may-lecter:

YELLOW EYES

Supernatural season 1.

kansaskissedlips:

like, let’s talk about sam’s face pressed into castiel’s shoulder as sam comes hard around his cock, hole contracting rapidly and he’s shaking, thighs clenching and cas is just stroking him through it, sam’s sticky mess smeared between them

<3

sweetsandsheets:

here’s some megstiel pegging i drew months ago~ 

Don’t stop now.

zeppo-in-a-trenchcoat:

Misha talking about West’s weird food habits.

If you use this video for anything, please link back to me and credit me.

oh my darling West oh my god

Sam can always picture it, how he’ll plant his hands against the counter, legs spread as he turns to look at Dean. “That’s right, Dean, come on, lick me open for that huge cock,” he’d say, and Dean’s breath would catch and his dick would leak onto the slippery floor. “Fuck me with your mouth Dean, come on, get your fucking face in there and taste me before you come inside me.” Maybe Dean wouldn’t even be able to speak, he’d just stick his tongue up Sam’s ass and moan pleadingly, desperate, leaking wet and stripping his dick as Sam fucks himself onto Dean’s mouth. - Playing Dirty

Rachel: What’s the word on any female characters on Supernatural this season?
While females generally don’t have the longest life span on this CW fan-favorite series, the show is currently casting the role of Claire Novak, a 17-year-old tough, angry teenager described as “punk-rock-pretty.” Claire is sarcastic, smart and defiant because of her rough past: she has bounced from foster home to foster home since the death of her father and the disappearance of her mother (we’re guessing from supernatural forces?). Even though Claire is always in trouble, underneath it all she has a big heart. Let’s hope that heart makes her a survivor!

antiquers:

sam winchester does not have to respect dean for violating his body. sam winchester does not have to forgive dean for violating his body. sam winchester is not obligated to keep his trauma to himself just because it might MAKE DEAN SAD.

of course dean wants sam alive but there is such a thing as bodily integrity. people aren’t allowed to touch you without your consent. there are laws about people touching you without your consent. even if you’re dead, there are laws protecting your body.

it doesn’t matter if dean was coming from a place of love. let me repeat that, IT DOESN’T MATTER IF DEAN WAS COMING FROM A PLACE OF LOVE. what he did is still wrong. he ignored sam’s rights, he tricked sam, he put an angel inside sam, and he did this to a person with a gruesome and extensive history with possession. and sam is allowed to feel upset about this. SAM IS ALLOWED TO VOCALIZE THE TRUAMA HE’S BEEN PUT THROUGH.

sam winchester does not have to respect dean for violating his body.

denugis:

themegalosaurus:

Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid (5x15)

This moment struck me on rewatch in the context of discussions on the S9 DVD extras about the end of Season 8 and how Sam tends to prioritise the bigger picture where Dean is preoccupied by family. Here is that exact dynamic happening in microcosm. 

It still bothers me a lot that TPTB are framing the discussion in those terms. It’s not just a matter of family vs the bigger picture, with Kevin’s death the emblematic Bad Thing. It’s how profoundly dark the modes of ‘prioritizing’ Sam/family that were so starkly intensified in 8.23/9.1 are. It’s in how he does family that Dean has touched on real evil. 

And I actually think that something a bit more complicated is going on here in this s5 scene. Bobby, arguably, is the one prioritizing the personal over the public by defending his wife when the town is overrun by zombies. But what Dean is having trouble seeing isn’t the public/private distinction. When he retorts to “It’s his wife” with “We're his family,” he's weighing family vs family, and what he's missing isn't the larger issue, it's the fact that Bobby's subjective world, his definition of family and priorities within it, may not correspond to Dean's subjective world, how Bobby fits into his own definition of family. Sam is more able to see both Bobby's perspective (his wife might trump his quasi-parental relationship with Sam and Dean) and a larger picture (that reacting emotionally to this conflict between Bobby's different levels and definitions of family should maybe take a back seat to dealing with the zombie crisis). Sam's habit of analytic distance causes its own problems and has led him down his own dark paths, but as far as Dean goes it's important not to look only at the private/subjective vs public/objective orientation (which is by no means always an ethical handicap; I'd regard it more as a neutral aspect of personality, which can certainly be dangerous and damaging but isn't inherently bad and contributes as much to the best of Dean as to the worst), but also at his difficulty in allowing for other subjectivities and other definitions of family. When Dean goes furthest wrong it's not a matter of choosing the good of family over the good of the many, it's a matter of losing track of the autonomy and equal subjective reality of the people who are family in his head.

texanpadalecki:

oh my god just wait until the end

i’m loving this for the story, but also for the fact that Rob and Gabriel are in the same room together. i always wanted Chuck and Andy to be friends ;__;