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OMFG THIS BITCH RT A SCREAMER AND I FELL FOR IT I WAS PASSING OUT NOW I WANNA CRY LISTEN IF ANY OF YALL STILL THINK SCREAMERS ARE FUNNY OR STILL SPREAD/POST THEM HAVE FUN ROTTING IN HELL U INANE PIECES OF SHIT

anonymous asked:

How do I get myself past the "ugh I'm too tired to work out" phase? When I'm at work, I think "oh when I get home I'll work out" etc. but by the time I get home I'm so tired & frustrated w/ my coworkers that I just wanna sleep. Sorry for my life story

Real talk: I was so fucking tired this evening and I honestly just wanted to go to bed at like eight, but sometimes you just have to drink a glass of ice water and start doing it, and the energy will come. Don’t hurt yourself if you’re genuinely too exhausted to do anything properly, but if it’s just that 7PM slump or whatever, just do what I do and tell yourself to suck it up and get it over with. That half hour or hour will pass regardless of whether you work out, and honestly, you’d probably just end up dicking around on the internet for most of that time anyway, so… might as well do something productive, you know? That’s just my two cents!

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I’m surprised I haven’t seen more people talking about this scene. Dean has always held Cas up on pedestal. Which is why it hurt so badly when Cas betrayed them in Season 6.

And while their relationship has definitely gone through a few loops since then, there’s still this part of Dean that holds onto “the wonder” that is Cas. I firmly believe that’s why he always gets SO upset whenever Cas screws up (i.e. the angel tablet). Dean’s always held Cas in SUCH high regard that any little screw up seems monumental.

So now here we have Cas - as human as can be. He literally has no powers. As he himself says earlier in this scene, he “has nothing.” He is no longer this “all powerful” thing that can come in and save the day. Yet Dean is still here singing his praises. And that amazes me.