if i'm late to this party i apologize

I should really stop getting so personally offended when tv shows/films feature the Overly-Posh-English-Villain™ 

Dammit I am starting to like Mr. Ketch though, if only for the fact that he’s not pretending to be anything other than what he is - a killer, a grunt who follows orders and gets the job done. There’s something tragic about villains who truly believe they’re doing the right thing, but I do also love the twisted nature of villains who fully accept themselves as who they are, and Ketch doesn’t seem the type to adhere to a cause.

There was another post I’ve just read talking about taking on guilt, Mary’s role in Wally’s death, her and Dean feeling guilt over cas nearly dying etc and Ketch makes a really nice opposition to Dean in this regard. He’s even almost like demon!Dean - any remorse or guilt at causing pain to others or killing others just slips away. 

Dean sees it in Ketch and is appalled, despite on multiple occasions having committed such acts himself. When he goes out with Ketch, I wonder if it crosses Dean’s mind at any point that they are in fact similar, and seeing Ketch’s capabilities is reminding Dean how he too has been to such lengths. And what Dean is capable of has always horrified him - the guilt in this case has kept him human, even if it has driven him mad. (Suddenly reminded of that convo I was having about Michael and why he would create a weapon designed to torture, though we probably won’t hear another word about Michael in the show). When Ketch plans to torture the vampire in front of him, Dean stops Ketch, but when Ketch carries Pierce away at the end of the episode he simply swallows and remains silent. He does not feel that this is good.

The shot at the end of the episode with the Impala standing opposite to Mr. Ketch’s bike also reminds me of Jensen’s idea about Dean riding away on a bike by himself at the end of the series. Not that I think this is necessarily going to happen, it just offers a really nice visual metaphor of Dean standing with his family next to the car that represents his family, his soul, whilst opposite is the lone bike. The prospect of freedom, no ties, no guilt. *Note the Impala is also half in and half out of the warehouse, another visual tie to the Winchester’s current relationship with the BMoL. Maybe it’s gonna be more a case of which Winchester will take the bike…

Side note: What does Mr. Ketch plan on doing when all the monsters are wiped out and there’s no one left to kill? Since this seems to be his one motive at the moment…?

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It is said that your soulmate’s touch leaves a colourful imprint on your skin.

Grace didn’t believe that. And surprisingly, neither did Frankie. She loved Sol with all of her being and she believed he was her true love, colour imprints be damned.

Both of them are too busy to notice the colours the other woman awakes dancing on their skin with the lightest of touches. They are always turned around, distressed or too high on peyote to realize. Until the Say Yes Night…

JayDick Week: First Date

Summary: 80′s!AU where Jason, your local punk kid, is helplessly infatuated with one confused Dick Grayson, (also contains super lame 80′s slang you have been warned okay bye)

Dick Grayson was a stud, ridiculously attractive in every sense of the word if one excluded the hideous mullet and garish clothes of course. Those weren’t really Jason’s thing. While Dick was all about the new wave in terms of fashion, Jason was still sorta stuck in the mid-70’s punk revolution in his combat boots and ripped jeans. He was one of those kids who liked to get in trouble, make a scene while Dick Grayson was the kind of a guy who turned heads without even trying, sporting those pegged jeans that left little to the imagination, wearing a smile so full of joy and shine it alone could solve world hunger and make anyone weak at the knees.

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anonymous asked:

Apologies if I'm late to the party but I really hope you understand that you're shipping something that makes a lot of people very uncomfortable for legitimate reasons. Ship what you want, but to dismiss everyone who's upset at the implications it might be canon as just being salty is a severe misunderstanding and pretty shitty TBH.

As an abuse victim myself, I think I have every right to say that shipping something fictional isn’t bad just because it makes some people feel uncomfortable.