I actually have a theory that this is at least partly because Sam’s worst, most aggressive impulses are vented on a regular basis because of his lifestyle as a hunter.
How many times a day does the average person want to punch someone in the face for whatever reason, and suppress that urge because it’s wrong and violent and uncivilized?
But Sam is violent and uncivilized on an almost daily basis, so there aren’t any pent-up violent urges lying underneath the surface, just waiting to burst out the moment there’s no conscience or empathy to keep them in check.
What Sam doesn’t do a lot of is speak his mind, so what we get is a fuckton of the snark that’s normally hidden behind his epic silently judging-you bitchface.
This scene actually works better as stills
A simple wallpaper of the Human gods including Kormir with some lighting effects over their Orrian Statues.
[Submitted by homo-squid]
King of Hell behaving like a 5 years old.
“Drogon,” she sang out loudly, sweetly, all her fear forgotten. “Dracarys.” The black dragon spread his wings and roared. A lance of swirling dark flame took Kraznys full in the face. His eyes melted and ran down his cheeks, and the oil in his hair and beard burst so fiercely into fire that for an instant the slaver wore a burning crown twice as tall as his head. The sudden stench of charred meat overwhelmed even his perfume, and his wail seemed to drown all other sound.
Castiel by euclase
John Poppleton’s latest, Black Light Bodyscapes, brings to us these amazing pictures of models painted with fluorescent bodypaints, then given incredible vibrant color through the use of black light.
Dean’s beauty appreciation post