🌵Lay down with me until the nightlights start to shine🌵
🐈 aka V trying to take photos of the sunshine but his black cat boyfriend wants to sleep more ~
(Jumin wearing one of V’s Arctic Monkeys shirt ) 🐱
J: Well, me, Kookie and Jimin all identify as gay, so we haven’t ever taken that possibility in consideration.
But Joonie and Yoongi are bi and Tae and Hobi are pan, we they have actually “experimented” with other genders before
“Could be a memory spell. Did his hair fall out? His body hair too?”
“From the neck down, is he smooth like a ken doll?”
“I don’t know, and I’m not checking, either.”
The problem is, as soon as Sam puts the phone down on Rowena and her barely concealed glee, he knows he’ll be checking. He might mouth off to Rowena about it, but if there’s a chance that Dean’s body hair is a clue to saving his brother and his memory, then he’s not going to pass it up.
He sighs to himself. He’s barely holding back panic by the skin of his teeth, but at the same time, the whole situation is so unbearably frustrating. Having Dean is rapidly descending into having a large, skilled toddler who has license, in the eyes of the public, to go anywhere and do anything that adults do - but without any of the sense of preservation that most adults spend their lives developing (never mind the heightened sense of awareness both Winchester’s have experienced since childhood). He feels like he has to watch Dean every second to make sure he’s not causing mischief or wandering off, putting himself into who knows what danger.
So Sam already knows that he’s going to try anything to fix this. Including checking out Dean’s body hair.
The problem is that Dean, with his dark blonde hair and fair, freckled skin, has always been so lightly haired. Sam himself is covered in dark fur on his chest, arms, legs, hell even his feet - easy enough to check. But Sam has been sharing motel rooms with Dean for almost his entire life and he knows that Dean couldn’t be more different. So he’s going to have to really look.
After seeing The Witch I was so inspired by it’s arresting visuals, crazy soundtrack and breakout star: Black Phillip. I didn’t see much merch for the film so I decided to draw up my own design to make available on shirts, mugs, bags, etc – inspired by 19th century etchings but injected with fresh, bold color.