in mary's words

The Golden Child

Pairing: Deanxfriend!reader, Deanxbrother!Sam, John, Mary
Word count: 1,134
Warnings: Swearing

Part 2 of Can’t Forget You

Going straight home was the last thing that you wanted to do. If your father was home, chances were, one of the Winchesters would have called him by now. If he wasn’t, that was just a reminder of him working all the time. Sighing, you shoved your hand in your pocket and drank your soda.

You were back on your street when you heard Dean’s Impala. Rolling your eyes, you ignored it. He came to a stop next to you and leaned towards the passenger’s side. “I thought you went home?”

“I thought you moved out.” You replied.

He laughed, and nodded. “Yeah, well, job market isn’t exactly the best, sweet heart.” You turned to him, giving him a bored look. “Had lunch yet?”

You shook your head. “No.”

He motioned for you to get in. “Come on. Taco Bell, my treat.”

Dean had never done anything towards you like Sam and his friends, so you were torn. “Promise you aren’t just bringing my back to your house for another lecture?”

“Nah. I wouldn’t do that to you. Besides, I want you to tell me what a dumbass my brother is.” He grinned as you got in. “He’s the golden child, remember?”

You laughed at that. “Don’t I know it.”

He turned up the music and turned the car around. He’d always thought of you like a little sister, and it pissed him off that one day you were gone. You stopped coming over, stopped calling, and just vanished from the Winchesters’ lives basically.

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I go through phases. Some days I feel like the person I’m supposed to be, and then some days I turn into no one at all. There is both me and my silhouette. I hope that on the days you find me and all I am are darkened lines, you still are willing to be near me.
Many strong girls have similar stories: They were socially isolated and lonely in adolescence. Smart girls are often the girls most rejected by peers. Their strength is a threat and they are punished for being different. Girls who are unattractive or who don’t worry about their appearance are scorned. This isolation is often a blessing because it allows girls to develop a strong sense of self. Girls who are isolated emerge from adolescence more independent and self-sufficient than girls who have been accepted by others. Strong girls may protect themselves by being quiet and guarded so that their rebellion is known by only a few trusted others. They may be cranky and irascible and keep critics at a distance so that only people who love them know what they are up to. They may have the knack of shrugging off the opinions of others or they may use humor to deflect the hostility that comes their way.
—  Mary PipherReviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls

me: i know destiel isn’t ever going to become canon. jensen has said it on multiple occasions, they’ve all said that wasn’t a storyline they were going to go down, and i understand this and am now going to move on

an episode like 12x12: *happens*


Lin-Manuel Miranda discusses hip-hop song forms in Hamilton

I studied musicals a lot, but I also, you know, as you can tell I’m a huge hip-hop fan. So I love hip-hop that tells stories, but I also like lots of different kinds of hip-hop (x)