Definition: A bitter, sharply abusive denunciation, attack, or criticism.
Ex: Dean’s diatribe against Sam and his demon blood addiction, calling his little brother a monster that needed to be killed, was the last straw that sent the younger Winchester over the edge, even though the voice mail was a fake planted by the angels to get what they wanted.
Definition: A figure, usually consisting of a line drawing, made to accompany and illustrate a geometrical theorem, mathematical demonstration, etc.
*Note: I’m really sorry, I can only find the original picture with Marshall from How I Met Your Mother and I can’t find where I got this edition from. If anyone knows, please add the source. Thanks!
Deux ex machina
Definition: Any artificial or improbable device resolving the difficulties of a plot.
Ex: In my opinion, Alcide’s death acted as a deux ex machina, as after all he’s gone through to be taken down by a normal human wielding a gun just when Sookie needed to face her feelings for him was all so anticlimactic and convenient.
Last night’s episode of Teen Wolf had me laughing so many times. Those characters/actors are such huge, adorable dorks and I love it.
I think my absolute favorite moment though was when coach said Stiles and Scott were like sons to him <3
I often have this issue where I forget to type the “c” in facebook, and so what comes out is faebook, and then I find myself wondering if this is the social networking site the fae use among themselves.
Someone’s having Lost Girl withdrawals.
Forever in love with that scene in Teen Wolf when the kids are trick-or-treating and Derek scares them off after giving them candy. It’s just precious
Definition: Mocking; jeering.
Ex: When Castiel’s powers are stopped by Eve’s presence in the town, Dean makes a derisive comment comparing him to “a baby in a trench coat,” and makes it known he thinks Cas is useless without his powers.
8 days until True Blood!
And that means 9 days until Teen Wolf!
hurray for summer shows!!
I’ve been thinking about hunters around the world
and a pretty cool notion occurred to me. Under the presumption that there are hunters not just in the US, what if in places like China and Japan, and other places where there’s the art of the samurai and ninjas, hunters’ weapon of choice was the throwing star, but their throwing stars had devil’s traps designs on them.
Idk, maybe I’ve been watching too much Supernatural while simultaneously reading City of Heavenly Fire…