Though few and far between on most college campuses, this strange and unusual creature is one of the rare few who actually does his assignments when he’s supposed to. He keeps up with required reading, has a clearly defined study schedule, and writes five-page essays earlier than the night before.
Is aggressively despised by his procrastinating peers, unless they have an assignment they need to copy.
2. The Grind:
This person is the Responsible One on steroids. The two are easily differentiated based on the fact that the Grind is even more difficult to come by, and unlike his predecessor, you may legitimately be concerned for his health.
Spends finals week camped out in the library in a makeshift tent, and prioritizes good grades above health and personal hygiene.
3. The Procrastinator (Model A):
This person avoids living in constant panic by systematically ignoring his problems. Presentation in the morning? Paper due in an hour? Dormitory literally on fire? There is no pressing issue that this model can’t stubbornly refuse to acknowledge.
Is most frequently seen binge watching Friends, going to parties, or off hunting supernatural creatures with his father – anything to avoid actually dealing with the far more pressing issues at hand.
4. The Procrastinator (Model B):
Not to be confused with Model A, although he may have at one point been one. This is a person who has come to terms with his impending demise and is surprisingly unbothered by it. Is usually either a senior, clinically depressed, or both.
5. The Clueless One:
In spite of his best efforts, this person never seems to know what’s going on. Whether he can’t quite get his head around advanced calculus, shows up to class an hour early, or wrote down all his French exam answers in Spanish, the Clueless One will always be just a little out of sync with his peers.
Not to be confused with the Procrastinators, the Clueless One is almost always trying his hardest in any given situation, whether or not he actually succeeds at it.
6. The (Super)Natural:
Not to be confused with the Responsible One or the Grind, the Natural is a person who is acing all her classes with seemingly zero effort. Costs seamlessly through classes that are destroying nearly all of her peers, and how much they despise her for it varies depending on how much of a jerk she is about it.
7. The Cheater:
This is another person remarkably nonplussed by the oncoming finals, albeit for a very different reason than his predecessor: this man rigged the system. He knows every trick in the book, from simple notes up his sleeve to a cheat sheet under the coca cola label. May or may not be willing to share his services, for the right price.
8. The Sore Loser:
This person persistently mopes about poor grades. Expects sympathy from others, despite the fact that you know he put virtually zero effort into achieving a better outcome.
Whether he cheated and got caught, kicked all the angels out of heaven and stole his brother’s grace, or simply didn’t study, there’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that the Sore Loser deserved what he got (except maybe his own.)
9. The Cheerleader:
Despite having an abundance of her own problems to contend with, this person devotes her life to basically adopting fellow students. She coaxes her friends through everything, from late night study sessions to emotional breakdowns, and though she’s not always appreciated for her efforts, the world is a better place for having her in it.
10. The Ball of Anxiety:
Prone to late night rants at himself in the library bathroom, stress eating, and is convinced a poor grade will mark the end of his academic career.
Usually a Procrastinator whose poor habits have caught up with him.
Like we have episodes where:
Sam meets young Dean.
Sam meets old Dean.
Sam and Dean meet their young parents.
They go on a killing spree, but those are actually leviathans, not them.
They go in an alternate universe, where they are Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles.
We show you Sam Winchester, but he can be Lucifer, Gadreel, leviathan or shapeshifter.
They die pretty often, just don’t stay dead.
John gave his life for them and was tortured in Hell for 100 years, yet anyone hates him.
They go back in time sometimes.
You see Misha Collins. He can be Jimmy Novak, Castiel or Lucifer. You won’t know.
The devil, yes. Pretty chill actually. We have three actors to play him. Misha Collins, Jared Padalecki or Mark Pellegrino.
Angels can be dicks. Damn, most of them are.
Everyone seems to love the devil, but hate the scribe of God. He is a total dick.
The King Of Hell is actually adorable and he “deserve to be loved”
Most of the girls die, so most of our ships are gay.
Every single season something even worse happens.
We laugh, we cry at the most random things and you don’t understand why.
Bobby Singer was their adoptive father.
Dean loves pie, Sam sometimes forgets to buy it.
Everyone tries to kill them or save them. Either way, they end up dead.
Family doesn’t end with blood.
We all forget about Adam.
I did talk about this in part 1 of my episode review but since you actually sent this ask in before I’d even watched the episode I’ll just sum up what I said there for extra emphasis… (even though this has been meta’d to death by this point)
The show tells us via Metatron that Castiel’s true weakness is that he is in love with humanity. Metatron’s words. in love with humanity. Not “he loves..” or “he chooses…” no. the words used were “in love”. Which is only ever used in a romantic sense.
Ishim calls Lily his “human weakness”.
Ishim said he was “in love” with Lily. In Ishim’s mind, that love was true, romantic love.
Therefore we can conclude that Ishim’s “human weakness” was being in love with Lily.
Ishim then says that Castiel also has a human weakness. Like Metatron, Ishim also thinks Castiel is “in love”.
Ishim threatens to cut out Castiel’s human weakness. Saying that it will cure Castiel. He then goes to kill Dean.
Therefore, Ishim thinks that Castiel is in love with Dean.
This is like the mega upgrade to Metatron’s line. Metatron’s “He’s in love… with humanity” was followed only an episode later by the phrase “you draped yourself in the flag of heaven, but it was all about saving one human.” Which blew all our minds because this was Metatron’s way of saying that Castiel was in love with Dean. But it was still built into the subtext and spread across two episodes. It was still hidden basically, so to not be too obvious.
Ishim’s line though? There is nothing subtle about that. This is undeniable. I don’t see how the anti’s could possibly argue this. Ishim saw Dean and Castiel’s interaction, along with what he knew of Castiel’s history already, and came to his own conclusion, just like Metatron before him. That conclusion is solid and canon in the show. Both Metatron and Ishim thought that Castiel is in love with Dean Winchester.
So basically when people say that Destiel doesn’t exist, they are denying the canon of the show. Isn’t that a beautiful thing?