Well, there are, but my mind is sporadic at best now. Fuck you, Netflix, for allowing me to easily click between episodes.
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"SPRING HEARTBREAK 1998" a playlist by fuckyeah1990s.tumblr.com
Here are some chill tunes with a tinge of hopefulness and a dash of regret. Spring Break hook ups happen, but they aren’t made to last. Especially back in the 90s, I mean barely any people had cell phones, and they sure as heck didnt have skype back then or like iphones or myspace or facebook or whatever. But, tbh, this mix isn’t really about anything, really, its just a few chill songs. So here you go, if you’re inclined.
- Deerhoof - The Comedian Flavorists
- Stereolab - Lo Boob Oscillator
- Two Lone Swordsmen - Sticky
- Superchunk - Kicked In
- Jawbreaker - Kiss The Bottle
- Ben Lee - A Month Today
- Screeching Weasel - Like A Parasite
- Funeral Oration - Do You Feel It
- Norman Bailer - She’s A Palm Reader
- Suede - The Chemistry Between Us
Watching a show continuously without revisiting the older seasons inures (is that the word I want? I’m slightly drunk, so it’s anyone’s guess) you from the changes certain characters have made.
Cause I’m watching season 1 again, and HOLY FUCKING SHIT, I MISS THIS DEAN SO MUCH, YOU GUYS. IT’S EVEN MORE PAINFUL THAN I THOUGHT.
Cause with S9 (especially), it’s hard for me to empathise with Dean, but S1 reminds me of how much I loved his character. Like, from the off, I’ve always related more to Sam (wanting to be your own person, the pursuit of knowledge through a more conventional path), but I could understand Dean nearly as well at the beginning, and I did see a lot of myself in him, too (masking feelings, being strong for someone else, supportive, a guiding light, as it were) (basically, I think inwardly I was S1!Sam, and outwardly S1!Dean), then, but as the seasons have gone on - and I think it tipped into me not being able to relate nearly as much when Dean became ‘the Righteous man’ - I relate more and more to Sam. I’m talking out my ass here, so definitely feel free to debate me on this, but I feel like Sam’s character has remained more consistent through the seasons, whilst Dean’s has become even more black-and-white, almost to the point of absurdity (but I fully recognise I think it’s absurd because I don’t, nor have I ever, seen the world purely in terms of black-and-white). I almost feel like Dean has become a caricature of what he was, and that breaks my heart.
I accidentally made a perfect loop gif while not on the page (I was going to see what my facial expressions are like while blogging) and I can’t even figure out the break and I am scared
i dont think you guys understand this really freaked me out
It’s the music and everything. The early seasons of Supernatural borrowed so heavily from The X-Files in all the best ways. That, and the fact that it was a story about two brothers are what got me into SPN right from the off in watching it.
BRING BACK THE OLD CREEPY, DARK FILTER OF THE SHOW.
Re-watching ‘Bloody Mary’ from Supernatural.
Even though I don’t believe in that sort of stuff, the what if from my childhood is enough that I still don’t fuck about with mirrors.
i want to live the kind of life where i can’t even remember the last time i wore a bra (but not because of memory loss)
Season 9 - Nothing is worth losing you.
Supernatural in Infographics: Seasons 1-8 (click to enlarge)
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