Joohyun will want to live in an apartment for a little while longer, before you two make the huge investment of buying a house.
She call you yebeo 1000 times more now that you two are married.
Assigned days on who gets to play their playlist during cleaning days. But you both have a similar sense of music, so it’s still enjoyable to jam out.
You guys will have a ton of house plants. Not the boring, plain green ones, but beautiful seasonal flowers and hanging plants to make your home more lively and bright.
Joohyun will freak out when you interact with kids/babies. She’s always thinking, “Omo she playing so well with that baby. She going to ask about children when we get home..” She’ll get super panicky and anxious because you both agreed to wait a few years before having any children.
Joohyun always wakes up before you, and makes you coffee/hot chocolate on the mornings she has to leave you for a schedule.
“Yebeo does going to the grocery store together count as a date?” “Um, I haven’t thought about that before..”
She always lays on the bed and rolls around whenever you try to make the bed at night, and it drives you crazy.
There’s that warm feeling that engulfs you when you realize that the person you love knows you as well if not better than you know yourself.
Joohyun knows what shampoo you use, she knows how you like your eggs and bacon. You can tell if she’s mad by the way she moves her hands, and you know exactly how she loads and unloads the dishes. The little things add up.
Fights are rare but even still your arguments aren’t arguments, they’re silly disagreements. Like she wants to paint the living room yellow but you want to paint it blue. Compromise is the key to any disagreement, and you two are level-headed so it never lasts long.
Joohyun still likes to impress you, so she’ll braid her hair before bed. Since you really love the way her hair looks and feels when it’s curly.
The Ten Types of Supernatural Episode: an Illustrated Guide.
1. The Generic:
This is the kind of episode fandom veterans fondly refer to as “Old School Supernatural.” Features a 70s rock soundtrack, a classic (yet in hindsight, relatively nonthreatening) ghost or monster, comically bad special effects, and body horror. Probably from season one.
Examples: “Wendigo,” “Bloody Mary,” “Bugs.”
2. The Classic:
Not to be confused with the Generic, the Classic is the kind of episode that everybody remembers and everybody loves. It’s infinitely quotable, carefully toes the line between hilarious and absurd, and is still frequently blogged about even if it came out 7+ years ago. Almost definitely features Gabriel.
Once you see this episode, you will never be the same. Whether it introduces a beloved character, kills them, or raises them from the dead, the Life Changer is the episode that either sends you into a downward spiral of unhealthy obsession, or merely accelerates it.
Examples: “Lazarus Rising,” “Abandon All Hope,” “Lucifer Rising.”
4. The Black Comedy:
Though much of Supernatural revolves around a unique cocktail of horror and humor, the Black Comedy is almost impossible to miss. From famine-induced cannibalism, to a would-be antichrist, to a killer pagan Santa Clause, the humor of these episodes is darker than Batman’s worst nightmares and probably at least twice as depressing, yet manages to be oddly magical all the same.
Examples: “Yellow Fever,” “My Bloody Valentine,” “A Very Supernatural Christmas.”
5. The Crack Fic:
These are the episodes whose only real purpose is to make you wonder if Supernatural is some kind of elaborate fever dream. Neither advance the plot nor provide much further insight into its characters, but still entertaining in terms of pure absurdity.
Examples: “Man’s Best Friend with Benefits,” “It’s a Dog Dean Afternoon,” most of season seven.
6. The WELL-WRITTEN Crack Fic:
Despite having the same brand surreal absurdity of the Crack Fic, the WELL-WRITTEN Crack Fic not only serves to further character development, but will also tug at your heartstrings, make you laugh, and very likely make you cry.
Some shows break the fourth wall, but this one comes at it with a sledgehammer. From directly addressing the fandom and its terminology to the show itself, the Meta Fiction episode is usually surprisingly enjoyable and well-done, if you can get past the sheer mindfuck of it.
Examples: “Fanfiction,” “The French Mistake,” “Don’t Call me Shurley.”
8. The Tearjerker:
This one specializes in one thing and one thing only, and that is emotionally destroying you. May disguise itself as other kinds of episodes, like the Crack Fic and the Meta Fiction, before swiftly and efficiently moving in for the kill.
Examples: “the Rapture,” “After School Special,” “the Man Who Would be King.”
9. The Tragedy Porn:
Do you enjoy watching your favorite characters suffer and die horribly for no particular reason? No? Well in that case, you picked the wrong show, my friend. From the heart wrenching pain of Dean being forced to kick a newly-human Cas out of the bunker, to the soul-destroying injustices that were Kevin and Charlie, the Tragedy Porn is an episode that exists for no other reason than to make you want to crawl into a hole and die.
Examples: “I’m No Angel,” “Dark Dynasty,” “Rock and a Hard Place.”
10. The Grand Finale:
The Tearjerker, made ten times worse with the addition of “Carry on my Wayward Son” and a cliffhanger ending. Specializes in metaphorically ripping your heart out, making you sob like a pre-adolescent girl, and psyching you up for the next season, no matter how emotionally exhausted you may already be.
Examples: “No Rest For the Wicked,” “The Man Who Knew Too Much,” “Swan Song.”