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Best part of waking up. Is Tostinos in your cup.

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camplehigh:

S.H.I.E.L.D. Slumber Party - Assassins take everything too seriously..

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strange—ink:

true friendship #licensetocreep #personal

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licensetocreep:

Shipped an order that paid for half the cost of my huge bottle of Excedrin in my black leather jacket with a black leather studded purse and to change it up, my shiny leather knee-high Docs. With a black halter and black skinny jeans. The only color I have on is my red sunnies, and my red nail…

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Dean Winchester in 9x16 ‘Blade Runners’

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crossroadscastiel:

I can’t stop thinking about this scene, how he doesn’t turn to his brother after he makes the kill, but to Crowley. Almost as if he is seeking guidance. You can see the gears turning in Crowley’s head, and he knows exactly what is happening, probably knew what effect it would have on Dean all along, but now that he’s seen it first hand…he knows Dean is a weapon he can not let slip through his fingers.

I don’t think Crowley took the blade only to save himself, but because he knows he can use it to manipulate Dean to do his bidding. Next week he will be “testing” him, and I wonder exactly what that will entail. I wonder what other plans Crowley has for him, other than just killing Abaddon? This is Crowley, he’s working an angle here that no one probably suspects, and he’s relying on Dean becoming so addicted to the effects of the blade that he literally can not put it down.

I wonder, if Dean does become addicted to it, will he be unwilling to kill Crowley? We’ve already seen over the past few episodes subtextual hints that Dean wants him around, and now tonight he was hesitant to kill him. I have to wonder why…why would Dean want him alive? Why would the blade seemingly exacerbate this desire? Does Crowley have some connection to the first blade that we are, thus far, unaware of?

It was Crowley who lead Dean to Cain after all, and I have a feeling that he knows even more about the blade, and the mark, and the effects it will have on Dean than he’s letting on.

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