Backwards with Me

I will be posting pictures from the Mighty Boosh and/ or pictures of Noel Fielding, Julian Barrat, and the rest of the Boosh cast, because I loves them very much :3

You can find me on fanfiction on either of my two accounts:

Feel free to message me with any questions or suggestions you might have. I tend to like people most days :D

I might also post a bit of Harry Potter, Doctor Who, or In the Flesh. Whatever suits my fancy at the moment. But mainly Boosh.


re: Castiel seeing Dean as a “monster”, I think that:

1) This is indicative of the kind of person Dean has become and the kind of things he has done since he became a demon, and Cas can’t //believe// that this man could possibly be the same man as the one he risked everything for in s9 because everything that demon!Dean does is a demonstration of how he is just not a good person anymore

2) Castiel can’t reconcile this new Dean and so he believes that it //can’t// be Dean, that this is a demon who has taken control of Dean & corrupted him. It //can’t// be the same man

3) Misha’s assessment of Cas’ feelings are based on the first few scripts he’s read, and since we //know// that Cas is a complex character has multiple layers, we also //know// that it’s not a simple manner of Cas deciding, “Right, he’s a demon now, so he must be destroyed”. When it comes to Dean, Cas’ feelings aren’t so black & white. That’s what it might sound like on the surface, but once he’s past the shock and the anger he will undoubtedly change his position on the issue and come to grips with the idea that yes, //this is Dean and we can save him//

So, those are my thoughts.

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“Pink is just a color:” How one Seattle mom and her sons are destroying gender stereotypes

"Some boys like pink, and why not? Pink is just a color, and so is green, and blue, and yellow. No child should be teased for what they wear," she wrote on her Facebook page. 

Marketing of gender-conforming colors and toys, like blue and pink aisles in kids’ stores or the gender-specific doll and action hero options in fast food meals, can seem inescapable. But the positive response to Zoer’s campaign on social media suggests change is coming — or at the very least, that parents are becoming more aware of the issue.

How you can get involved

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Omg look it’s two female characters with a purpose and emotions and BONUS they also mirror the lead two boys perfectly… I know what we should do. Let’s kill ‘em.

It’s important to note one thing about Jo and Ellen’s deaths.
Season five was intended by Kripke and all parties as the FINAL SEASON.
He was killing off everyone around Sam and Dean because the show was coming to an end.

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