the pics are from google


There was someone in my inbox talking about Kaminari in a skirt and tbh I usually don’t draw bnha suggestions but the pun came to me and how do you ignore a pun 

(you don’t, that’s how)

anonymous asked:

I loved your Chen spam!!!! It was so nice. Can I get an another one?? If you don't want to do another one it's fine. 😄😄

ahhh of course!!!! i’m glad u liked the first one^^ (this time it’ll be with ‘12-’14 fansigns^^ not all of them, but still a lot lmao) again, my google drive is filled with pics of these fansigns




ren has too many pics of kjd pass it on

Don’t You Remember, part three

Characters –Sam x Reader, Dean

Summary – The reader and little Henry meet Uncle Dean and Uncle Cas.

Word Count – 3,698

Warnings – None

A/N – I truly had no intention of taking this particular story past part two, but I had so many requests for a third installment (and several requests for some Uncle Dean) that I just had to write one more part.  I just can’t resist Winchesters with babies!  *Gifs and still pictures came from a Google search and are not mine; pics of Jared and his kids are ones that Jared and/or Gen have posted to their social media accounts.

Thank you all for your continued support, and as always, I love feedback! If you’d like to be tagged in future stories, just let me know.  

Catch up: Part One, Part Two

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He turned slightly away from the crib and leaned into you, pulling you in for another hug.  Tentatively, he leaned forward and pressed his lips lightly against your cheek.  “I know I never answered your question earlier. I need you to know I did love you, as much as I possibly could without a soul.”  He took a deep breath.  “And I still love you, Y/N.  And I love Henry.  And I promise I’ll be here for both of you from now on.”

Sam had left shortly after that, promising to come back the next day with his brother.  Before he left, he took your phone and programmed his phone number into it, along with the numbers for Dean and Cas.  He wanted to be sure you could always reach someone in case you needed him, and he didn’t answer.  

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