Two nieces, a trip to England, and a lifetime later-

Two nieces, a trip to England, and a lifetime later-


awwww-cute:

I thought the shopping bags were a bit heavy

awwww-cute:

I thought the shopping bags were a bit heavy

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castielssexappeal:

… T h e   b r i g h t e s t

castielssexappeal:

… T h e   b r i g h t e s t

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posted 6 days ago66137 notes (adorabucky source stormdrogon)

http://unbearable-bear.tumblr.com/post/95762271209/satincas-i-really-want-a-france-au-where-dean

satincas:

i really want a france!au where dean is studying abroad in france for a year (because he’s a genius thank you very much), but he’s actually truly awful at speaking french

because he’s a chemist who got into a special program and everyone at the research center speaks english, so…

posted 6 days ago1314 notes (unbearable-bear source satincas)

mlysza:

big headache

mlysza:

big headache

posted 6 days ago2293 notes (adorabucky source mlysza)

closertoblasphemy:


a deancas wedding planner au - birthday gift for the lovely Kristin

Dean Winchester’s little brother is getting married and it’s up to Dean as the best man to get involved in organising the whole even along with the bridesmaid, Anna - except Anna has troubles of her own and her brother happens to be a wedding planner. A scowling, dark-haired, grumpy, rude and absolutely adorable wedding planner. Dean doesn’t like him, but he’s hot and as soon turns out - a weird, dorky guy that Dean falls for harder than he’d ever like to admit. Turns out, hours of bickering over the right flower arrangements and the eternal band or DJ argument, has them being mistaken for the couple getting married time and time again; as the wedding approaches, they grow closer and fonder of each other and let’s just say, the wedding night? Sam and Jess aren’t the only ones having fun. 18 months and 5 days later, Cas wakes Dean up to propose in the middle of the night and they star to plan their own wedding.

closertoblasphemy:

a deancas wedding planner au - birthday gift for the lovely Kristin

Dean Winchester’s little brother is getting married and it’s up to Dean as the best man to get involved in organising the whole even along with the bridesmaid, Anna - except Anna has troubles of her own and her brother happens to be a wedding planner. A scowling, dark-haired, grumpy, rude and absolutely adorable wedding planner. Dean doesn’t like him, but he’s hot and as soon turns out - a weird, dorky guy that Dean falls for harder than he’d ever like to admit. Turns out, hours of bickering over the right flower arrangements and the eternal band or DJ argument, has them being mistaken for the couple getting married time and time again; as the wedding approaches, they grow closer and fonder of each other and let’s just say, the wedding night? Sam and Jess aren’t the only ones having fun. 18 months and 5 days later, Cas wakes Dean up to propose in the middle of the night and they star to plan their own wedding.


Hanna is Not a Boy’s Name by Tessa Stone

webcomicsweekly:

So we are slowly but surely entering Fall, and with it come all of my favorite things.    Changing leaves, pumpkin flavored drinks, warm sweaters, and best of all HALLOWEEN.  In honor of the approaching holiday (THE BEST HOLIDAY in my opinion) I’m going to spend the next 6 weeks reviewing comics that deal with the paranormal, otherworldly, and downright scary.

Now this comic truly needs no introduction, but I’m giving one anyway.  It’s been requested several times, and though it already has an improbably large fanbase, but it would be downright wrong to do a Halloween Countdown without including a review of this short-lived, well-loved work of art.

Hanna is Not a Boy’s Name (or HiNaBN), by the prolific Tessa Stone, centers on the often zany, sometimes bloody, and constantly dangerous adventures of Hanna Falk Cross, a self-styled paranormal investigator, and his recently acquired zombie sidekick.  A visual feast teaming with outlandish characters and good old fashioned monsters, Ms. Stone’s comic constantly toes the thin line between comedy and horror, sandwiching witty banter and quoted Queen lyrics in between strange and morbid curiosities, but always does so with the utmost style.

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teen:

i wanna meet the male version of me 

posted 1 week ago74355 notes (secretlyfuckingdean source teen)

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