C a r r y o n m y w a y w a r d s o o o o o o o n
T h e r e ’ l l b e p e a c e when y o u a r e d o o n e
L a y y o u r w e a r y h e a d t o r e e e e e e s t
D o n ’ t y o u c r y n o m o r e
FINALLY AN ACCURATE ONE
This is probably one of the reasons the rest of the world thinks we are meth addicts
If we shipped Steve and Sherlock we could call it CapsLock
AND ALL THE FANFICTION WOULD BE TYPED LIKE THIS
Which means Thor will have written it.
I LOVE TUMBLR.
YES THIS SHIP.
I LIKE IT.
STEVE GRABBED THE ALL-OBSERVING MAN, AND WITH THE PASSION OF A HUNDRED WARRIORS, THEY ENGAGED IN INTIMATE MOUTH TO MOUTH ACTION, MUCH TO MY PERSONAL SATISFACTION.
JJ Abrams to direct DS9 movie: Tom Cruise plays Sisko as the Federation save Bajor from the Cardassians. The Bajorans are really happy and grateful for the Federation’s help and Julian (played by Ryan Gosling) gets with Dax (played by Emma Stone).
I’ve noticed that SPN never really denigrates drug use, unless it’s a serious problem. For example, Dean has obviously tried psychedelics and cannabis in the past, a number of minor characters are shown with cannabis paraphernalia, and they use a powerful hallucinogen in the dream episode. Later, Sam obviously has a serious problem with demon blood, and Dean becomes an alcoholic. These two things are shown to be problematic, because they’re toxic addictions. Recreational drug use, on the other hand, isn’t an issue. Admittedly, at this point in their lives, the Winchesters don’t really partake outside of booze, but that’s mainly because Sam doesn’t care and Dean is satisfied with alcohol. Still, I like that the show bothers to differentiate between addiction and recreation. That’s not to say that the two are mutually exclusive. Just a thought I had.
“you shouldn’t be depressed, people have it worse than you”
finally, after years of searching, the person with the worst life ever is found. formally, they are granted permission to be sad. but only them. only they have earned it. no sads for anyone else at all ever
Start at 2:36 (or listen to the song first. It’s a nice song; it’s just not quite relevant.) Arlo Guthrie’s intro to “The Pause of Mr. Claus”.