oh god my family have just come in and they're all drunk

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Oh my god, Jensen and Jared gave zero fucks last night and were having such a great time but all of a sudden they delete that video and then are in panic mode about the hurricane?? I'm sure they care because it's scary and Texas is their home but come ON, PR totally made him delete and fake like they weren't having a blast together because of how it looked. My heart breaks for them constantly having to perform for PR. :( They're being robbed of their own personal lives. So sad.

Yeah PR made them delete that cute vid and post something for Jensen with the wife mention AND since that wasn’t enough they HAD to strike the pose with the anti gay crew posted by cockblock cliff just…
you can see on their faces that j2 aren’t happy about this bullshit dinner who robbed them from another date night

All that simply because Jensen wanted to show everyone they were together Friday night, you honestly can see on Jensens face that hes thinking “shit that really was a bad idea”

It’s really sad, I just hope the panels today won’t be too full of het stuff but there will obviously be a lot of “ are your families ok? We are so worried blablabla” from hets and j2 won’t have a choice but do some het talk

If no one asks them about that vid and if no one says they were adorable together IM GONNA THROW A FIT

And yeah I insist it’s really sad because I think Jensen wanted to do that vid, he WANTED to show he’s with Jared because they’ve been on that fucking lockdown for so long, it might have been too much for him and since he was drunk he let it out even if Jared was reluctant
UGH it’s so stupid, any actor can post a vid with his best friend, but even that is too gay for PR
Deleting such a vid that had nothing bad on it just proves they don’t want j2 publicly spending time together outside of work UGH thanks for proving j2 being always together threatens you PR

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