"My cheeks grow dandelions, and I always thought they were so pretty until I was told they were weeds, and I spend most of my days wondering about the difference, and wondering if I can ever forgive the person who pointed it out."
Destiel is like if I accidentally got chocolate on your peanut butter and you accidentally got peanut butter on my chocolate and then we both spent the next five years pretending Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups don’t exist.
this is possibly the most accurate thing i’ve ever seen
"Your world is so different from mine. Do you guys have anything in common with humans?”
He looks at me with those killer eyes in that perfect face over his Adonis body. “Nothing we’ll admit to.”
“There’s no way around it, is there?” I ask. “We’re mortal enemies and I should be trying to kill you and everyone like you.”
He leans over, touches the tip of his forehead to mine, and closes his eyes. “Yes.” His gentle breath caresses my lips as he says the word.
I close my eyes too, and try to focus on the warmth of his forehead resting on mine.”
― Susan Ee, World After"
I wonder if people fully grasp the ironic beauty of Suzanne Collins choosing to end The Hunger Games series with Katniss saying the word “Real” to Peeta. It’s ironic. And it’s beautiful. Because for the span of three books, the main protagonist’s survival lingered on a fake…
"Those who cannot conceive of Friendship as a substantive love but only as a disguise or elaboration of Eros betray the fact that they have never had a Friend."
C.S. Lewis, The Four Loves, “Friendship” (via outlawroad)
Even C.S. Lewis thinks the FriendZone is an idiotic concept.