noora and william were both in the wrong, stop. his family is his biggest weakness and she lied to him about it. it’s totally understandable that she did, but william distancing himself after finding out she lied isn’t a weird or horrible reaction either. y’all are already jumping on him again for not being there 100% for her, but it’s hard to fully support someone when they don’t tell you the truth and you have to find out via a letter from the police.
she also left him without saying anything. and this is of course a reason for people to jump on him again, cause he didn’t come after her. she left him, and that’s probably how it felt for him too. if he had traveled after her people would be calling him abusive and manipulative again for going against her wishes, since she’s the one who left.
she hasn’t contacted him either. they’re BOTH in the wrong, they BOTH don’t communicate. stop blaming everything on him because tumblr keeps telling you how awful he is.
this whole storyline shouldn’t even be here to be discussed but okay.
word count: 9,018 (i was gonna split this up, but decided to just keep it together. it’s long. put on your favorite sweatpants and grab that bag of hot cheetos you’ve been saving before you dig into this thing.)
author’s note: GUESS WHO’S BACK, BACK AGAIN? BERRY’S BACK, TELL A FRIEND. welcome to the first installment of my college!shawn series, which takes place during Y/N’s (that’s you) freshman year. it’s got fluff, angst, and some pretty stupid decisions on everyone’s part. title from “shot down” by khalid, as per a recommendation from @light-up-shawn. enjoy.
Upon your arrival to college, you had been on the receiving end of entirely too much advice from various relatives, older friends, and even strangers. Don’t walk alone at night, don’t sign up for eight AM classes, don’t drink the “jungle juice” at any frat parties.
Your parents had told you to focus on your studies and seek tutoring help if you needed it. Your sister had encouraged you to join a sorority to really be at “the heart” of university life, as if you knew what that meant. The only advice your cousin gave you was to always remember your room key and to pack a pair of shower shoes, the latter of which she accompanied with a shudder - you could piece together that anecdote on your own.
But nobody had prepared you for this particular problem.
it’s confirmed that mimh is still in fact a sasaeng n like i understand that she takes good photos but i don’t appreciate that kind of behaviour under any circumstance taking good pictures is not a good enough reason to excuse someone of such disgusting behaviour n even when it was ‘cleared’ that she wasn’t one idk why some thought it was okay to excuse her from being rude to jaehyun at a fan sign event n several other members on several other occasions
in an ideal world everyone would stop reposting her photos n stop supporting her bc that just encourages her behaviour
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I've noticed Jensen shuts down or says Destiel doesn't exist only when he does panels with Jared. But when he does panels with Misha he gives or tries to give a more honest meaningful answer about their characters relationship. He doesn't shut it down so quickly. Thoughts?
So like I said in the previous post
[x], I feel like this has
less to do with the specific question being asked, and more to do with Jensen’s
overall personality. Now let me preface this by saying, I don’t think that
Jensen loves Jared more than Misha or vice versa—I think they’re both his best
friends and he loves them equally. Their friendships are different however, and that makes all the difference in how Jensen
acts when he is alone with either of them. Age has a lot to do with it; and I
will use myself as an example here: I have (had
… one passed away) two best friends who I adore with all my heart. One friend
is younger than me by a few years, and the other was my age—older only by a
couple months. Although I love them equally, I acted completely different with
each one when we’d hang out. My younger best friend is like my little sister. I
want to protect her first and foremost. I feel like that’s my job, so even
though we can both get crazy and silly when we’re out and about, my first
reaction whenever she suggests going on some new adventure, is to be calm,
subdued and think “is this a good idea?” because—well, that’s the role I’ve
always played in our friendship. I am the older, “wiser”, moral compass of the
two and I need to help her navigate the best paths through life.
Now my other best friend … she and I always got into stupid
situations together—and I was usually the one spearheading those plans. We
would be loud and obnoxious and weird, because we weren’t necessarily “looking
out for one another” (although, we did that too) but we were always trying to
push each other a little further outside of our comfort zones. We saw ourselves
in each other, and therefore, we saw our strengths and our weaknesses for what
they were, and we tried to improve our lives—together. Whenever one of us got too “protective” of the other, it
usually caused conflict, because neither of us played that role in the
relationship. We were “equals” when it came to authority … and I think that is
more the way Jensen and Misha see one another. Jensen looks at Misha as that
crazy guy with no inhibitions whom he wants to be like; so when they’re
together one on one, it’s like he has permission to let down his guard. When
Jensen’s with Jared however, he needs to be in that big brother-protector mode.
He watches over Jared as the guy explores his own limits.— and don’t get me wrong, I think Jensen loves that role. That’s
a deeply ingrained position for him, not just because that’s what he plays
opposite of Jared on the show, but Jensen is a big brother in real life, and he’s
used to being that protective watchman for his little brother and sister as
well. I know I love being that person for my younger best friend (as well as my
biological younger sister). I love being the one she can lean on, depend on,
look up to. It’s very important to me and I think it’s extremely important to Jensen. Just look at how he acted when Jared
had to leave Rome early because he was having a hard time with his depression.
Jensen wanted nothing more than to protect that man, and he was a little
anxious since Jared wasn’t within eyesight—he wanted to be able to make sure that he was okay.
So how does this affect the way he answers questions, you
ask (to finally get back to the matter at hand) well, everything that I already
pointed out, explains why Jensen responds differently in similar situations.
When he and Jared are on stage, Jared usually does most of the talking, and
Jensen jumps in when he feels it’s necessary. And any question that a fan asks
him directly is usually answered in a brief and vague sort of way. Jensen is
not long-winded when he’s on stage with Jared because his focus wants to be on Jared. He wants to be able to stand
back a bit and “keep watch” and that’s easier when Jared is the one doing all
the talking, so Jensen will keep his own answers brief.
With Misha however, he doesn’t need to be the protector (in
fact, he might need a protector from some of Misha’s craziness every now and
then … which is why Jared and Misha can get along so well). So he can break into these long winded, deep,
enthusiastic answers to questions because he knows that Misha is perfectly fine
in the meantime, and probably doing something crazy behind him while he talks.
So no matter what question he’s
answering, whether it’s something simple or something about ships or what have
you—Jensen will speak more, be more open, be more free with his words because
he doesn’t have to take things as seriously with Misha around. More likely than
not, if things start getting too serious on stage, Jensen knows he can count on
Misha to break the tension at just the right time.
With my best friend who was a little older than me—I knew
that when I started to get a little too loud, a little too crazy, she would
always be there to quiet me down and to distract other people from my
awkwardness. I think that’s how Jensen and Misha’s friendship works. Their
reactions have nothing to do with any specific question that they get asked,
and everything to do with the roles Jensen, Jared and Misha all play in each
other’s lives. Each one is vital to who they are, and they all managed to slip
perfectly into those places. They each fit together like puzzle pieces, and the
final image is that of three best friends who make each other so happy and feel
so complete, that their joy becomes infectious and radiates through anyone who
So we need to stop assuming that one particular action or
one particular response is a blanket-emotion for Jensen’s (or anyone’s) life.
Every situation is unique, but if you dig deep enough, you can find the real
reason why someone reacts the way they do—and nine times out of ten, it’ll be
due to love and a feeling of necessity rather than one of hate and loathing.
Jensen is a complex human being, but when it comes to Jared
and Misha—his mannerisms become pretty simple. He loves them both. They’re
both his best friends, and no one, solitary moment on stage is going to prove