They’ll write songs about us, graphic novels: The Misadventures of Crowley and Squirrel. Dean Winchester completes me.

(Source: benjaminlafitte)

vanconcastiel:

#tbt to Kamloops last year with my excellent homies Brayden and Bradon. #beautifulBC #winter #snow #perfect

vanconcastiel:

#tbt to Kamloops last year with my excellent homies Brayden and Bradon. #beautifulBC #winter #snow #perfect

yamino:

booksnbutterbeer:

yooooo every city in america needs to get on seattle’s level! :DD and BELLINGHAM!! YOOOO! (i’m a member of a coast salish tribe!! so my family is super happy about this, and indigenous communities all across the state are rejoicing, and this is just!! amazing!!)

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As an Italian-American who was born and actually lived in Italy and probably has more Italian culture in one pinky than the hipsters objecting to this change have in their entire bodies, I applaud the Seattle City Council.

Italian-Americans don’t need a special day to celebrate our heritage. Pizza is mainstream, we have representation in every medium, and we own a “Little Italy” chunk of every major city. Celebrating Indigenous culture should have a higher priority.  If these folks are so concerned with “celebrating” being Italian-American, why don’t they actually learn Italian?  I’ve yet to meet one who can.

(via robinade)

Let's Talk About: Creating Villains

anomalously-written:

A villain (also known in film and literature as the “antagonist,” “baddie”, “bad guy”, “heavy” or “black hat”) is an “evil” character in a story, whether a historical narrative or, especially, a work of fiction. The villain usually is the antagonist (though can be the…