the-whispering-loki

avengersonna:

Avengersonna giveaway!
Again I know it sucks. But why not
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Give away ends August 17
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~the stuff
Avengers assemble T-shirt size medium
Loki key chain
Captain America backpack (super size zipper)
Ironman seatbelt belt
Marvel sweater
iPhone5 case
Spiderman 3
Captain America/hulk /Wolverine/ Spiderman shoot glasses
Captain America mug

thank you ! May the odds be ever in your favor
"John, you should really take Sherlock out for dinner some time. All that running around from crime scene to crime scene can’t be very romantic. Sherlock could get lonely if you don’t go on a real date once in a while." Mrs Hudson said as she prepared a fresh pot of tea.
“Oh good lord, Mrs Hudson. I’ve told you a thousand times, Sherlocks not my boyfriend!” John snapped. It was like this every morning before Sherlock got up. 
“Well not for long, with that attitude!” she replied indignantly.
“Sherlock is not and has never been my boyfriend! I’m not even gay!” John said as loudly as he could risk without waking Sherlock up. 
“What?! Has he not even asked you out yet? Maybe he’s waiting for you to make the first move. I have some lovely chocolate roses if you want to ask him tonight.” Mrs Hudson said with a giggle.
“NOT. Gay.” John insisted, irritation thick in his tone.
“You keep saying that dear and Sherlock might start believing it. Then he really WON’T ask you!” she said, pouring them both a cup.
“God, lets hope he never asks me.” John said, despite Mrs Hudsons look of disapproval. He of course didn’t say out loud why he hoped Sherlock never made a move on him. Its not that John would dislike him if he did, much the opposite really. Its just, at this point John didn’t think he could bring himself to say no. He’d been fighting it sense the day they met, but Sherlock was really the best thing that could have happened to him after the war. If what he felt for his best friend wasn’t love, well, there wasn’t really any other explanation for it. Even a master of denial like him could only put off the obvious for so long.
John must have zoned out, because when he looked up from his tea, Mrs Hudson was giving him the most sympathetic look. John cleared his throat and stood to rinse his now empty mug. When he’d finished he turned to see a half asleep Sherlock had stolen his chair at the table. With a final smile and raised eyebrow in his direction, Mrs Hudson excused herself and left John and Sherlock to their breakfast.

"John, you should really take Sherlock out for dinner some time. All that running around from crime scene to crime scene can’t be very romantic. Sherlock could get lonely if you don’t go on a real date once in a while." Mrs Hudson said as she prepared a fresh pot of tea.
“Oh good lord, Mrs Hudson. I’ve told you a thousand times, Sherlocks not my boyfriend!” John snapped. It was like this every morning before Sherlock got up.
“Well not for long, with that attitude!” she replied indignantly.
“Sherlock is not and has never been my boyfriend! I’m not even gay!” John said as loudly as he could risk without waking Sherlock up.
“What?! Has he not even asked you out yet? Maybe he’s waiting for you to make the first move. I have some lovely chocolate roses if you want to ask him tonight.” Mrs Hudson said with a giggle.
“NOT. Gay.” John insisted, irritation thick in his tone.
“You keep saying that dear and Sherlock might start believing it. Then he really WON’T ask you!” she said, pouring them both a cup.
“God, lets hope he never asks me.” John said, despite Mrs Hudsons look of disapproval. He of course didn’t say out loud why he hoped Sherlock never made a move on him. Its not that John would dislike him if he did, much the opposite really. Its just, at this point John didn’t think he could bring himself to say no. He’d been fighting it sense the day they met, but Sherlock was really the best thing that could have happened to him after the war. If what he felt for his best friend wasn’t love, well, there wasn’t really any other explanation for it. Even a master of denial like him could only put off the obvious for so long.
John must have zoned out, because when he looked up from his tea, Mrs Hudson was giving him the most sympathetic look. John cleared his throat and stood to rinse his now empty mug. When he’d finished he turned to see a half asleep Sherlock had stolen his chair at the table. With a final smile and raised eyebrow in his direction, Mrs Hudson excused herself and left John and Sherlock to their breakfast.

the-honeyinthe-lion

the-honeyinthe-lion:

littledemontingy:

eyefuckingstiel:

surrenderingtosupernatural:

sonikkuruzu:

eyefuckingstiel:

So, unpopular opinion it is, but I personally want Gabriel to be dead. And certainly not because I don’t like him. Pretty much the opposite, I ADORE the hell outta him. The rebel angel who his brothers and sisters hurt so much everytime they were fighting and killing each other, who frigging loved them so much he just couldn’t stand watching them hurt anymore and decided to leave Heaven… I love his evolution, and I believe death is a very important part of it.

If you take away his death, it’s as of he didn’t sacrifice himself for the Winchesters — what am I saying, for humanity. It was just an easy trick he could have made any other day. And if it was the case, it wouldn’t have cost him anything.

The fact that he died, truly died from Lucifer’s hand is a risk Gabriel decided to take, because he’s matured. He finally decided he’s not going to run away anymore. He is certainly not a leader, but he was a coward. A very big one, and a douchebag who gave people lessons through his tricks but who never learned himself. Never until that night he decided to help the Winchesters escape from Lucifer.

For the first time, he didn’t run away but turned around and faced his fears — which are facing what a monster his brother has become while Gabriel was pointedly ignoring it all for it hurt him too much.

He knew he was going to die. But he showed up anywaybecause Gabriel had decided that humanity was worth the sacrifice. And maybe also because he hoped that after killing him Lucifer would finally snap out of his delusion that he could wipe out all humanity and accept his faith as second best in his Father’s eyes. Accept that this war is not only between he and humans but he and his family.

Gabriel died a hero, and his death was painful but so is life, and so are the things that really matter fighting for. The most important things and beliefs and freedom demand sacrifices.

Take away Gabriel’s death is take away his sacrifice, and the evolution his character has known, and the life lessons he’s learned. It’s taking away all of the powerful meaning behind it all.

So if you agree with this, please don’t “undead” him or repeatedly ask the writers to make him (because they could do it, to satisfy the audience *sigh*). They could always resurrect him, you know, which means bring him back from the dead and I have NO PROBLEMS with that. As long as he truly died that night, and believed it was the end.

It cheapens his sacrifice

I believe he went to the fight knowing he could/would die. That already IS the sacrifice. That is enough - to be ready to die. One doesn’t actually have to die.

Or are  the soldiers that went to the war and were lucky enough to survive less of the heros than the ones that were unlucky?

Intention is what matters. Even if Gabriel had survived somehow it doesn’t cheapen the fact that he was ready to sacrifice himself because of what he believed in (provided he wasn’t 100% certain he would make it. But he knew it was possible for him to die: he made preparations in case he didn’t survive). That can never be taken away. He will always be the hero who took the side of the humanity against the will of the heaven and hell.

I agree with you, but it’s so not about courageous men we’re talking here. I mean, Gabriel’s personality is self-centered, self-loving and egoistic and childish, so whenever he fought (IF he has) in the past, I’m pretty sure he always did it if he knew he’d gain something from it/win eventually.

So, concerning Gabriel SPECIFICALLY and ONLY HIM with his OWN character and background, I believe there’s a HUGE difference between having prepared a few tricks that could help him get away unharmed, and going knowing whatever he’ll do will be useless and only be able to buy his friends some time.

Gabriel surviving means to me that he knew he would, so deciding to come back and raise a sword against his brother was no sacrifice — it didn’t take him courage or any kind of big epiphany. He just pulls some tricks to take Lucifer’s attention away from his biggest one, the one that’ll help him fake his death.

Gabriel going without any, and I mean NOT A SINGLE hope that he’ll be able to fool Lucifer is truly heroic for him. For any soldier who has decided to enroll in the army, even without knowing that they’ll die, even if they know but come back alive, yes it’s already courageous. But Gabriel never wanted to be a soldier. He clearly rebelled and chose to live on earth instead. It’s not in his genes to go and be a hero and save people. He was kind of used to doing the exact opposite, even!

You are absolutely right about the intention, though, it’s true that it’s what matters the most, but again if Gabriel survived he can’t have done something so difficult by pure luck — which would have happened if he had not a single hope to survive but still did. So, it can only be from a very well thought plan/trick, (HE TRICKED SATAN FOR GOD’S SAKE) which would mean he knew, beforehand, that he had a chance of winning and thus, returning back to save the brothers wouldn’t have been THAT MUCH of a sacrifice to make.

You get my point?

I think the ideal scenario would be if Gabriel was brought back the same way Cas was the first time, which would force the show to FINALLY explain how Cas went from pile of minced angel to alive and healing Deans face. Gabriels already a plot point from early Supernatural and I would really like for the show to tie in more things from earlier seasons. I think the Gabriel reappearance has a lot of potential, especially if he really died that day.
How cool would it be to find out what happens to all the angels that have died, am I right?

I agree that it would be awesome for Gabriel to somehow really be back, but I don’t like thinking he is back and working for Metatron. I think if Gabe really did die, and then was somehow brought back (by God, or Metatron with all his new juice) it would be really interesting. I don’t want what happened in 9x18 to be Gabriel acting on his own volition though. Gabriel sacrificed him self and went up against Lucifer to protect Team Free Will. This was huge change from “Everyone play your role!” What if Metatron was able to bring Gabriel back because of the blood Kali took for her spell? And what if he was able to coerce Gabriel to play his role because of a blood spell? That could explain why Gabriel seemed sort of strange in Metafiction. Like Metatron was writing lines and actions that should have seemed right for Gabriel, but Gabriel was delivering them sort of woodenly. Maybe he didn’t want to play this role, but was forced to because Metatron has a vile of his blood (that he got from Kali somehow). I really want this to be the case, and somehow the boys get the blood back and recruit Gabe to team free will.

What if he was brought back by Kali and they lived happily together until Metatron somehow captures Kali and uses the threat of killing her to control Gabe?

the-honeyinthe-lion

eyefuckingstiel:

surrenderingtosupernatural:

sonikkuruzu:

eyefuckingstiel:

So, unpopular opinion it is, but I personally want Gabriel to be dead. And certainly not because I don’t like him. Pretty much the opposite, I ADORE the hell outta him. The rebel angel who his brothers and sisters hurt so much everytime they were fighting and killing each other, who frigging loved them so much he just couldn’t stand watching them hurt anymore and decided to leave Heaven… I love his evolution, and I believe death is a very important part of it.

If you take away his death, it’s as of he didn’t sacrifice himself for the Winchesters — what am I saying, for humanity. It was just an easy trick he could have made any other day. And if it was the case, it wouldn’t have cost him anything.

The fact that he died, truly died from Lucifer’s hand is a risk Gabriel decided to take, because he’s matured. He finally decided he’s not going to run away anymore. He is certainly not a leader, but he was a coward. A very big one, and a douchebag who gave people lessons through his tricks but who never learned himself. Never until that night he decided to help the Winchesters escape from Lucifer.

For the first time, he didn’t run away but turned around and faced his fears — which are facing what a monster his brother has become while Gabriel was pointedly ignoring it all for it hurt him too much.

He knew he was going to die. But he showed up anywaybecause Gabriel had decided that humanity was worth the sacrifice. And maybe also because he hoped that after killing him Lucifer would finally snap out of his delusion that he could wipe out all humanity and accept his faith as second best in his Father’s eyes. Accept that this war is not only between he and humans but he and his family.

Gabriel died a hero, and his death was painful but so is life, and so are the things that really matter fighting for. The most important things and beliefs and freedom demand sacrifices.

Take away Gabriel’s death is take away his sacrifice, and the evolution his character has known, and the life lessons he’s learned. It’s taking away all of the powerful meaning behind it all.

So if you agree with this, please don’t “undead” him or repeatedly ask the writers to make him (because they could do it, to satisfy the audience *sigh*). They could always resurrect him, you know, which means bring him back from the dead and I have NO PROBLEMS with that. As long as he truly died that night, and believed it was the end.

It cheapens his sacrifice

I believe he went to the fight knowing he could/would die. That already IS the sacrifice. That is enough - to be ready to die. One doesn’t actually have to die.

Or are  the soldiers that went to the war and were lucky enough to survive less of the heros than the ones that were unlucky?

Intention is what matters. Even if Gabriel had survived somehow it doesn’t cheapen the fact that he was ready to sacrifice himself because of what he believed in (provided he wasn’t 100% certain he would make it. But he knew it was possible for him to die: he made preparations in case he didn’t survive). That can never be taken away. He will always be the hero who took the side of the humanity against the will of the heaven and hell.

I agree with you, but it’s so not about courageous men we’re talking here. I mean, Gabriel’s personality is self-centered, self-loving and egoistic and childish, so whenever he fought (IF he has) in the past, I’m pretty sure he always did it if he knew he’d gain something from it/win eventually.

So, concerning Gabriel SPECIFICALLY and ONLY HIM with his OWN character and background, I believe there’s a HUGE difference between having prepared a few tricks that could help him get away unharmed, and going knowing whatever he’ll do will be useless and only be able to buy his friends some time.

Gabriel surviving means to me that he knew he would, so deciding to come back and raise a sword against his brother was no sacrifice — it didn’t take him courage or any kind of big epiphany. He just pulls some tricks to take Lucifer’s attention away from his biggest one, the one that’ll help him fake his death.

Gabriel going without any, and I mean NOT A SINGLE hope that he’ll be able to fool Lucifer is truly heroic for him. For any soldier who has decided to enroll in the army, even without knowing that they’ll die, even if they know but come back alive, yes it’s already courageous. But Gabriel never wanted to be a soldier. He clearly rebelled and chose to live on earth instead. It’s not in his genes to go and be a hero and save people. He was kind of used to doing the exact opposite, even!

You are absolutely right about the intention, though, it’s true that it’s what matters the most, but again if Gabriel survived he can’t have done something so difficult by pure luck — which would have happened if he had not a single hope to survive but still did. So, it can only be from a very well thought plan/trick, (HE TRICKED SATAN FOR GOD’S SAKE) which would mean he knew, beforehand, that he had a chance of winning and thus, returning back to save the brothers wouldn’t have been THAT MUCH of a sacrifice to make.

You get my point?

I think the ideal scenario would be if Gabriel was brought back the same way Cas was the first time, which would force the show to FINALLY explain how Cas went from pile of minced angel to alive and healing Deans face. Gabriels already a plot point from early Supernatural and I would really like for the show to tie in more things from earlier seasons. I think the Gabriel reappearance has a lot of potential, especially if he really died that day.
How cool would it be to find out what happens to all the angels that have died, am I right?

perlockholmes

perlockholmes:

Okay, just because I’m in the mood for it, I am doing a giveaway. For no other reason than to give one of my followers the chance of winning cool stuff. 

I have had a couple of times now where I probably should have done a giveaway, but didn’t do one at all… But don’t worry, I’m doing one now, so it’s okay and totally makes up for it, right?

And just look at what I’m offering:

  • A poster from The Hobbit - An Unexpected Journey
  • BBC Sherlock t-shirt (medium sized)
  • A copy of Time Magazine with some bloke on the cover
  • DW shoelaces! 
  • A Dalek badge
  • Two iron on thingies with the Silence and a weeping angel
  • Caramel tea from Fredsted

Do you want the things? Do you? All you gotta do is:

  • Follow me (this is a thing for my followers, so obviously you’ll have to follow me in order to win)
  • Reblog the thing (you can like the thing as well but it won’t count, and you can reblog the thing more than once if you want)

I’ll pick a winner Saturday May 31st at 19:00GMT. I’ll contact the winner and they’ll have 24 hours to respond. If they haven’t responded by then, I’ll pick a new winner. 

I will, of course, ship the items to the winner, no matter where they are (although I do want us to split the shipping cost if they live on the moon, sorry).

Good luck, lovelies<3

- Perns