"they’re just a character"
gently takes your hand
leads you outside
lets go of your hand
goes back inside
locks the door
mouths “fuck you” from the window
"I’m trying to mold Dean into the way I remember John being. I’ve always thought that Dean will become his father at some point."
it takes 237 muscles to fake an orgasm but 15 to say “it’s called a clitoris and it’s right here”
#don’t ever fake an orgasm let them know they disappointed you
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A very good reference for Writers, too. The color of a room, or someone’s clothing can convey emotion or a state of being, or even set the tone for a setting or a situation.
Colors often come with ingrained connotations - they certainly have strong meanings in Asian cultures, and in European cultures they have intrinsically understood meanings.
Red - passion, blood, anger, fire (for example)
This is going in my writer’s journal.
This is also incredibly true for scenery and costumes! I had an entire class devoted to this sort of thing, the color you put someone around or in can REALLY convey a message, even subconsciously for people who don’t know this chart. People see red and they all feel somewhat the same vibe that comes from it!
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