”..there was a line in the last episode that I shot where, um, Jensen’s character says “I love you” to Castiel. And I’m like 98% sure that that was in there for that reason? The writers were like “You know who would really love this? The Internet!” [audience laughs]. That line didn’t make the final cut, so for all you know I’m lying, but um, yes. I think—I think that what I said was true, and that I was right.” -[x]
So, we’d been together for ten years, and we were going through kind of a— we’d been going through this kind of rough patch, and it was a little bit about like “are we gonna do this forever; what’s gonna happen,” and she was opposed to the idea of the institution of marriage because gay people couldn’t get married, and it’s kind of a fucked up thing anyway, and I wasn’t— but I wanted, I wanted to do it. It was somehow important to me, and— um— I really didn’t know what she thought about it, and we had this weird thing where we really didn’t talk about it— um— but I thought it was a crossroads, like, we’re either gonna do this or we’re gonna not and we’re gonna move on.
And so, I was working on a movie that was shooting on an island off the coast of Maine, and I was there for like three months, and I found this little jewelry making shop, and the guy— there’s three guys that work there, but one of them had just died so his bench was open. And they let me come in and work at this jewelry making bench, and I spent like a month— I didn’t— I’d never made any jewelry before, so I didn’t know what I was doing, and it took me a really long time. It took me about a month to make this ring, and— uh, and I did. It was gold. I carved the wax, and I cast the gold and set the stone. And I had built— I had made a little wooden ring box a couple years before that I still had with me ‘cause I’d been thinking about it for a long time.
So, anyway, she— uh— she comes out for our ten year anniversary, and she gets there. I have this elaborate picnic out on the pointe. I— uh [chokes up and laughs at himself] I don’t know what happened to me. I need more sleep.
Um, so I got down on bended knee. I said, you know, “We’ve been together for ten years, do wanna get married?”
And she said, “Ten years?… No, we’ve been together for nine.”
And I’m like, “No, no, it’s ten… Is that a yes?”
And she sort of looks at me incredulously and says, “I guess so.”
It was really deflating and totally unsatisfying, but she took the ring, and she put it on, and then I actually had to go shoot that day, and I came back to the inn where we were staying, and— uh— we crawled into bed together, and she was sort of squirming under the sheets really excited.
[audience laughs] Come on, people, this is a sweet story.
And she— uh— she slipped a ring on my finger, and I was like, oh that’s so sweet, while I shooting she had gone out and she had gotten a ring for me, and— uh— it turns out, in fact, she had stayed up after I had gone the sleep the night before, and after I fell asleep she had sized my finger and called back to the jewelry—
[starts tearing up again] This is pathetic. This was ten years ago too, so I’ve had time to deal with it.
She had called back to the jewelry making shop in Santa Monica where she had been making me a ring. and I beat her to the punch by— by one day, so she was like arrghh. But she had made this ring that had— which I’ve now lost— but she made this ring that had nine holes, one for each year that we’d been together. So when she found out that it was actually ten, she was like, ohh no.
Now I see why we’re not supposed to do those stories. I get it now.
Asylum 7 (video)
There is this famous post and forward mail going around about Love According to 4-8 Years Old (x) Well, I can’t help it… not really.
“Love is what makes you smile when you’re tired.” Terri - age 4
“Love is when you tell a guy you like his shirt, then he wears it every day” Noelle - age 7
“Love is when mommy sees daddy smelly and sweaty and still says he is handsomer than Robert Redford.” Chris - age 8
“When you love somebody, your eyelashes go up and down and little stars come out of you.” Karen - age 7
“Love is when you go out to eat and give somebody most of your French fries without making them give you any of theirs.” Chrissy - age 6
(Ignore Sam’s face, please)
So, my point is clear.
None of the gifs are mine. If they are yours, please let me know.
Thank You Letter and Photo from Jensen Ackles and Team Levi
and thus I came everywhere
Best crossover ever?
Best crossover ever.
Took someone long enough… I was expecting it from the moment I heard that sentence xD
YES, GOOD, THIS
I just finished this episode like 10 seconds ago…
So, this is good. This is very, very good.
I don’t even watch Supernatural and was hoping for this xD
Not gonna lie. I sorta wished Dean would say in the 1940’s and just solve old hunting cases with sassy detective Elliot while making all the wrong modern-era Sean Connery one-liners.
AND YOU KNOW? IN THE 1940’S…CAS IS STILL ALIVE.
This picture was supposed to be an entry for this contest. To sum it up, it’s about inter-faith tolerance and acceptance. The theme was to draw two or more people with different faiths ”in a peaceful and friendly mood”. Knowing the importance of accepting others regardless of what they believe in, I decided to give this theme a try. I had the idea for this picture stuck in my head: two girls, one Muslim and one Christian, in love.
I wanted to erase the stereotype about ”all religious people hating gays” and similar prejudices.
But then I saw rule g; ”no nudity, sex, gore, yaoi, yuri, inappropriate things”. Now, I was not intending to draw any inappropriate stuff or nudity, but the terms ”yaoi” and ”yuri” confused me, as they are term for japanese gay porn, NOT gay relationships in general. So I asked if I could draw two girls in love.
I wish I had screencaps for this discussion, because it was rather disillusioning and offensive. The creator of this contest of TOLERANCE basically said zoophilia and homosexuality were the same.
”based on your logic, someone can also say he loves his pet animal and by this, zoophilia will be also considered love.”
He also excluded gay Muslims from their faith, and spoke as if they do not exist. I for sure KNOW that there indeed ARE gay Muslims, and I ALSO know that being a homophobe isn’t a criteria for being a Muslim.
Why on earth would someone hold a contest about accepting and tolerating others regardless of what they happen to believe in, when they do not tolerate other’s way of life? I know that many gay people are rather hostile towards Islam because they think that all Muslims hate gay people. This is a stereotype. Why reinforce it when you are trying to fight this kind of prejudice? It’s awfully ironic.
He suddenly blocked me during the discussion, abruptly ending the conversation while still getting the last word.
Now: I encourage you all to draw a shitload of gay Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, Hinduists, Jews - heck, people of every different religion ever. Religion does not equal narrow mindness. Please spread this message and be a better example than this guy I had the discussion with.
hey look look
isn’t this beautiful ;__;
Just plop this down on about 20+ acres please.