Stranger 1: hello, dean
Stranger 2: Damn it, Dean, not again…
Stranger 1: sam, is that you/
Stranger 2: Uh, yes? Who’s this?
Stranger 1: i am castiel. sam, i have a question for you.
Stranger 2: Okay, shoot.
Stranger 1: how do you make capital letters/ and question marks/
Stranger 2: Shift key, Cas.
Stranger 1: OH, I SEE. THANK YOU.
Stranger 2: No, you hit the capslock…dammit, stay there. I’m coming to help you.
Stranger 2 has disconnected
Stranger 1: Now that we’re alone…how would you like your slutty angel to entertain you, Dean?
I’ve definitely reblogged this already once before but I needed to again.
aaaaaah the picture of cas at the computer though
How would you like your slutty angel to entertain you Dean.
Oh my god.
Cas’ little wings though
Both heterosexuals and homosexuals view bisexuality with misunderstanding, mistrust, hostility, and alienation. These scenarios do not leave bisexuals in the situation often referred to as ‘‘having the best of both worlds,’’ because ‘both worlds are closets’.
it should be a high school requirement to work in food and retail for at least 6 months a piece so everyone can understand not to be assholes to employees who are just doing their jobs
and so we actually have some work experience to put on resumes
that’s actually a really good idea
dragon ball z cakeballs
ummm remember when i tried to make cake balls covered in carmalized sugar and it didn’t work?!?!
TELL ME THIS SECRET
After you make the cake balls, put them in the freezer. They shouldn’t be completely hard but they should be stiff. Not so much so that you can’t get the stick in though.