Is a bit like teaching poetry to fish...
Hey there. The name is as Ema, breed- swede, and I'm gay either way.
Also, my teeth are kinda' nice and my hair is not impossible.
"There's a hard life for every
silver spoon, there's a touch of gray for every shade of blue.
That's the way that I see life- if there was nothing wrong then there'd be nothing right."
// Rise against 'What a shame'
True story; The first time I remember seeing anything from Supernatural, probably about a year or two before I started watching, before I knew what it was. [ I realized first when I got to the scene, and recognized it, that this happaned.]
I was zapping around the tele, looking really hard for something gay because I was pissed off that Tv in general was/is heterosexual-
It was the scene where Dean get back from hell and meets Sam, and Ruby and Sam try to act like nothing and Ruby asks; "So are you two like.. together?"
And Sam says; “What? No, no.. He’s my brother.”
and I went; Not gay enough.
My first encounter with Supernatural, I called it “Not gay enough”..
Christmas is closing in. Hear the christmas-icons sing.
TYPE YOUR URL: destiel-is-music
TYPE YOUR URL WITH YOUR ELBOW: destieeeeel.-is-musicx
TYPE YOUR URL WITH YOUR EYES SHUT: destiel-is-music
TYPE YOUR URL WITH YOUR CHIN: dsvhdffy -ix-m uxskic
SLAM YOUR FACE ON THE KEYBOARD: gf
(I am working the register over Christmas.)
Me: “Find everything today?”
(Note: she is silent through the transaction, which includes a gift card.)
Me: “How much would you like on this?”
Customer: “Oh, sorry. Can I have $150?”
Me: “No problem.”
Customer: *after paying* “Can you do me a favor?” *she hands me the gift card* “The next customer you see that you think could use this, could you give it to them?”
Me: *stunned* “…Of course!”
(After a minute another customer comes up, a visibly upset young woman.)
Me: “Hi! How are you?”
Customer #2: “I’m okay, thanks.”
(Clearly she is not ok, but she is trying very hard to be pleasant. She is getting very basic items: milk, bread, eggs, etc. Nothing very festive.)
Me: “So your total comes out to $0.00.”
Me: “The person before you gave me a $150 gift card to use for the next person I thought could use it. You look like you’re having a rough day, so here are your groceries, and there’s about $130 left on this card.”
(The customer just started crying. Once she could, she thanked me about 100 times. Made my whole Christmas season.)