I need to get to know London again. Breathe it in.
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When we started casting, we had archetypes in mind, which were Han Solo and Luke Skywalker. We were really looking for Sam to be empathetic, kind, and likeable, and really the audience surrogate. The person who the audience would most see themselves as and really carry the story through their eyes. And that required a really unique likeability. For Dean, we were looking for Han Solo. We were looking for devil-may-care, charismatic, a little rough around the edges, a little edgy, says things that are not always the kindest thing, as long as they’re funny. And that was really what we started out with.
And Jared and Jensen both just so inhabited those parts, and then proceeded to blow us away with how dimensionalized they were. For Jensen, the level of emotion and totally flawed, screwed-to-hell psyche that he brings to Dean, we really are enamored with. This idea that on the surface here’s this Han Solo devil-may-care persona, but when you really scratch beneath the surface, you see that anyone who has that persona has it because they are just so messed up, and that you would have to be so screwed up and damaged to be the person who always jumps first off a cliff.
So, he really brought Dean to life in a really three-dimensional way, and Jared did the same thing with Sam. Yes, Sam was likeable, and the audience surrogate and all the things he was supposed to be, but also angry, and disaffected, and, at times, hilariously funny, loyal, and despondent. He brought in all of these different colors that have really brought these characters to life, which I think is probably very rare for a genre show to have—characters as dimensionalized as ours—and I’m really proud of it. - Eric Kripke [x]
having to delete songs for making room in your ipod is like having to kill some of your children because you cant feed them all
When To Move On From A Friendship
In life, friends come and go. Here are 10 signs that it’s time to move on from a friendship:
1. The common ground is gone. Sometimes when whatever brought you together is gone you don’t have any reason to stay friends. If you are friends through school and then you graduate you might not be able to sustain a friendship when the common ground is gone.
2. They’re a toxic friend. If they’re just a bad friend all around, it’s time to move on. You shouldn’t have to wonder if it’s the right choice if they are a toxic person in your life.
3. They’re holding you back. If they are holding you back and keeping you from perusing your goals then it’s time to move on. Your friends should help to elevate you in life, not hold you back.
4. You can’t relate to each other. If you’re not on the same page anymore then it’s time to let the friendship go. If you’re in different places in life and just can’t see where they’re coming from, it’s ok to move on.
That half-hearted struggle to stop your relatives from giving you money.
“No no, really no, I won’t take it, please no…okay thanks.”