Little out of it?
#that is… a weid way to describe someone#when he describes Sam it’s always to the point#”Brown hair? Really tall?”#or crowley ”Poncey guy about yea big? Mountain of dicks?”#but here he looks like he has to think about for a second#he’s just grasping for a thing to say#besides the fact that he wears a trenchcoat#and is very squinty#and that his eyes are too sinfully blue for an angel#and that he’s daydreamed far too often about carding his fingers through his hair#or that he wants to bury his lips in the soft crook of his neck#or that castiel has become an amalgamation of regrets and hopes and repressed desires#so he focuses on the superficial and safe#dark hair#blue eyes#a little out of it#and then later on in the car he realizes that he wouldn’t have mentioned the eye colour#if he were describing anyone else#if it were anyone else he may not even have noticed#and he tells himself to be more careful#to bury it better next time (via yellow-turtle)
#Hugh Laurie for God
he kinda looks like he’s in the ‘i write sins not tragedies’ video
Seeing someone reading a book you love is pretty much a book recommending a person.
one month till eleven’s regeneration
social justice warrior is a decent class but I prefer anti-heteronormative mage
Perfect tag is perfect.
what if a guy in a hoodie comes up to you and hands you a giant book and gives you a sly smirk. when you start to read it, you realize it’s a book about your entire life. would you read it to the end?
what if you read it up to where you are now and then you realize that there’s only like three pages left when you get there
but why is the guy wearing a hoodie