They grew up great
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Most Influential Person: Sam Winchester.
This man right here is Sam Winchester. Unfortunately, I will never meet this lovely fellow. However, he has been an influence on me.
On November 2nd, 1983, Sam Winchester was exactly six months old. He also lost his mother on that day. Ever since, he and his brother and father have been on the road, searching for the thing that killed his mother. He didn’t have a childhood, he didn’t have a mother, and it was almost like he didn’t have a father. The two would fight and fight until finally, Sam left for Stanford to study Law.
On September 13, 2005, he was 22 years old. His brother, Dean, came to his dorm saying that their father was missing. Sam went with Dean for one last hunt. He came back a couple days later to find his girlfriend was supernaturally forced to the ceiling with her stomach cut open. She was then engulfed in flames. She had died the same way his mother had.
Along the way, Sam and his brother both became orphans, losing their dad. He died himself but came back, lost his brother about 1,002 times (but thankfully he came back as well), became addicted to demon blood, went to hell, lost his soul, opened the gates of hell (although he had help with that one), tried to close the gates of hell, almost died again, had an angel stuck in him for quite a while, and killed many, many monsters, and maybe a couple people, throughout his lifetime.
But in the end, Sam Winchester has gotten through it. Sure, there was pain, both physical and emotional, but Sam Winchester has gotten through it.
The reason he affected me is because if I know he can get through that, I know I can get through whatever is thrown my way. Sure, my problems aren’t as extensive as Sam’s, but I have gotten through the death of my father, all of my grandparents, aunts, uncles, and close friends that I consider family more than my own family. Of course, there has been more problems along the way, but those problems are nothing compared to most people’s problems because I know everything can be fixed. I know there is a way to get through whatever situation there is and I also know that everyone handles pain differently. But no one says it will be easy. No one says you’ll make it through all in one piece.
Sure, Sam Winchester is not a real person, but he has influenced me in quite a real way.
Sam is now 32, ten years older than what he was when his brother picked him up from college to help him find their father. He is wiser. He is stronger than what he was ten years ago. Which can only prove that wounds heal. But scars will forever remain.
Sam Winchester, the most broken boy, will always get me through any situation. I know there is a light at the end of any tunnel because he has shown me that there is.
Sam and Dean versus Jared and Jensen
Could you imagine if Jared ever ended up in a coma? Like a stunt gone wrong one day and Jared ends up in intensive care. Jensen would sit at his bedside for hours just saying nothing, and he’d do this.. He’d push against Jared’s arm expecting him to smile and wake up.
#and to add to this depressing situation - i just realized - of course many many many maaany years ffrom now #one of them is actually gonna pass before the other #and probably many of us will still be around #and we will hear about this #and we’ll remember all those years of friendship - of brotherhood #all those years they kept us on the edge of our seats with their talent #with the amazing stories they had to tell us #and we will cry #like we’ve lost one of our own too #and if we cry - for someone we didn’t have a real life / constant relationship with #how will one of them react #i don’t even want to imagine #now i am so sad
How dare you.
What is wrong with you people?
That is not ok
Well this is depressing
(via tehbeatles)Source: codependentsamanddean
What’s going on?
#they’re both so grown up #and imagine #imagine being that girl who opens her door every day #waiting for the boy who once kissed her #to be on the other side #and you open that door day after day #week after week #month after month #and its never him #that sweet boy #with grave dirt in his pockets and lighter fluid on his hands #he never comes #so you stop thinking about him and you stop wishing #and then #ten years later #you open the door #and it’s him #and you barely recognize him for the shadows under his eyes #and the hurt set to his mouth #this is not the boy you met ten years ago #he has the same name and he stands about the same height #he still looks kindly and treads softly #but this is not sam #you barely recognize sam #and it’s not until he says your name #soft and gentle and a little shy #that you’re able to even recognize #this boy #this man #this weathered down hero [via]
Jared and Jensen will always have jobs in television after SPN ends, their recognizable score and Q (likable) score are among the highest. Jensen has a higher recognizable number and Jared has a slightly higher likable score.
It’s always been my opinion that Jared has mainstream fans and Jensen has cult followings, which is a perfect combination needed for a little show on a little network.