Hey, my name's Bex. I'm 17 and this is my multifandom blog, plus whatever else happens to wander across my dash. I'd love to talk to more of you guys so go ahead and message me, you are not bothering me! Links to posts about specific fandoms can be found in the linkbelow
I have this headcanon that femm!Dean would be incredibly stunning and she knows it and she likes flaunting it, although there are days (or weeks) where she foregoes bathing and putting on nice things for a hunt or just to stay in and recoup from a hunt gone bad. She has this constant inner debate between being masculine enough for John - strong enough to protect her loved ones, being a genius mechanic, handling a gun just as well, or even better, than her dad - versus being feminine - indulging in her love of cooking, fixing up her hair, shopping for the best suits/dresses. Later on, she learns that the battle between what she considers her masculine vs her feminine features is completely moot; she learns to accept that all those - her mechanical prowess, her accurate shots, her great lasagnes and fashion sense - are neither more masculine or more feminine than the other, but that they are all a part of her. There’s no debate, no battle - just a whole host of things that make her awesomely kick-ass.
I feel like this line right here from Rory is one of the most underrated lines in the whole of the Ponds Era. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen this moment on my dashboard before which I can’t quite understand because for me, it’s one of my favourite moments in Rory and Amy’s relationship. It may not be as big a gesture as waiting outside a box for 2000 years or jumping off a building together, but this line just means so much.
Rory is told that he will spend the rest of his life in a hotel room, never being able to see the outside world again, and what is his first and only question? “Will Amy be there?” Because as awful as the situation sounds, he’d be willing to do it if he could have Amy by his side. And that for me is why his moment is so important. I truly believe that if The Doctor had said Amy would be with him, he wouldn’t have even attempted to run or put up a fight. Instead he’d happily spend the rest of his life alone with Amy, never seeing anyone or anything but her. Because that ladies and gentlemen, is just how much Rory Williams loves his wife.
now i’m just imagining sailors out at sea and they start hearing some strange murmurs in the distance and they decide to follow it and it turns out it’s a siren but they still can’t quite make out what is being sung and they get close enough to understand and it’s this.