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earthdragon1:

caswouldratherbehere:

nerdinessboundaries:

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This is Dean experiencing the effects of one of the Four Horsemen, Famine.  This moment in context for you:

DEAN (to Castiel) So, what, you just happen to know he likes the cosmos at this place?
CASTIEL This place is a nexus of human reproduction. It’s exactly the kind of-(Castiel watches Dean put ketchup on his cheeseburger) -of garden the Cupid will come to— to pollinate.
(Dean puts his cheeseburger back down)
SAM Wait a minute. You’re not hungry?
DEAN No. What? I’m not hungry.
CASTIEL Then you’re not gonna finish that? (takes Dean’s cheeseburger.)( looking toward a couple at a table across the room) He’s here.

X- Transcript of My Bloody Valentine, 5.14
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SAM I thought famine meant starvation, like as in, you know, food.
CASTIEL Yes. Absolutely. But not just food. I mean, everyone seems to be starving for something—Sex, attention, drugs, love…

and then: 

DEAN Are you serious?
CASTIEL These make me…very happy.
DEAN How many is that?
CASTIEL I lost count. It’s in the low hundreds. What I don’t understand is…where is your hunger, Dean?
DEAN Huh?
CASTIEL Well, slowly but surely, everyone in this town is falling prey to Famine, but so far, you seem unaffected.
DEAN Hey, when I want to drink, I drink. When I want sex, I go get it. Same goes for a sandwich or a fight.
CASTIEL So…you’re saying you’re just well-adjusted?
DEAN God, no. I’m just well-fed. Look there.

Ok. Dean IS affected by Famine.  He is well fed, yes, but that does not leave him unaffected. Everyone, each person began craving what they did not allow themselves in their daily lives. Some people sex, others food, love, attention, whatever it is in their day to day life that they sacrifice for whatever reason… These people were craving it and seeking it fiercely.
Dean, however, seems to have his cravings dulled. He is, as he states, typically easy and quick to fulfill his own cravings. “When I want to drink, I drink. When I want sex, I go get it. Same goes for a sandwich or a fight.”
What Dean is experiencing as an effect of Famine is an absence of cravings. He is quite literally craving Abstinence. He is craving the loss of every craving he has ever fed. 
"I’m well fed." He says.
Dean, honey, you are fasting.

This is the first meta on Dean’s “hunger” that I’ve read that I can get behind.

To add a really sad note to this, I always thought Dean’s lack of appetite in this episode had to do with the fact that he just wanted everything to stop. That was what he was hungering for — an end to everything. A large part of Dean’s life is really about excess: too much blood; too much loss; too many fights; too much meaningless sex; too much pain; too much junk food; too much alcohol; too many small, meaningless, trivial gestures and words. What he’s always been lacking is the big, important stuff. And we’ve always known that Dean, deep down, just wanted all of it to stop. Just stop. He’s always been borderline, if not outright, suicidal. Famine most certainly did affect Dean; he opened up Dean’s deep-seated desire for everything to just stop, to stop gorging himself on the meaningless and trivial, for everything to finally just end.

earthdragon1:

caswouldratherbehere:

nerdinessboundaries:

X

This is Dean experiencing the effects of one of the Four Horsemen, Famine.  This moment in context for you:

DEAN (to Castiel) So, what, you just happen to know he likes the cosmos at this place?

CASTIEL This place is a nexus of human reproduction. It’s exactly the kind of-(Castiel watches Dean put ketchup on his cheeseburger) -of garden the Cupid will come to— to pollinate.

(Dean puts his cheeseburger back down)

SAM Wait a minute. You’re not hungry?

DEAN No. What? I’m not hungry.

CASTIEL Then you’re not gonna finish that? (takes Dean’s cheeseburger.)( looking toward a couple at a table across the room) He’s here.

X- Transcript of My Bloody Valentine, 5.14

see also:

SAM I thought famine meant starvation, like as in, you know, food.

CASTIEL Yes. Absolutely. But not just food. I mean, everyone seems to be starving for something—Sex, attention, drugs, love…

and then: 

DEAN Are you serious?

CASTIEL These make me…very happy.

DEAN How many is that?

CASTIEL I lost count. It’s in the low hundreds. What I don’t understand is…where is your hunger, Dean?

DEAN Huh?

CASTIEL Well, slowly but surely, everyone in this town is falling prey to Famine, but so far, you seem unaffected.

DEAN Hey, when I want to drink, I drink. When I want sex, I go get it. Same goes for a sandwich or a fight.

CASTIEL So…you’re saying you’re just well-adjusted?

DEAN God, no. I’m just well-fed. Look there.

Ok. 
Dean IS affected by Famine.  He is well fed, yes, but that does not leave him unaffected. Everyone, each person began craving what they did not allow themselves in their daily lives. Some people sex, others food, love, attention, whatever it is in their day to day life that they sacrifice for whatever reason… These people were craving it and seeking it fiercely.

Dean, however, seems to have his cravings dulled. He is, as he states, typically easy and quick to fulfill his own cravings. “When I want to drink, I drink. When I want sex, I go get it. Same goes for a sandwich or a fight.”

What Dean is experiencing as an effect of Famine is an absence of cravings. He is quite literally craving Abstinence. He is craving the loss of every craving he has ever fed. 

"I’m well fed." He says.

Dean, honey, you are fasting.

This is the first meta on Dean’s “hunger” that I’ve read that I can get behind.

To add a really sad note to this, I always thought Dean’s lack of appetite in this episode had to do with the fact that he just wanted everything to stop. That was what he was hungering for — an end to everything. A large part of Dean’s life is really about excess: too much blood; too much loss; too many fights; too much meaningless sex; too much pain; too much junk food; too much alcohol; too many small, meaningless, trivial gestures and words. What he’s always been lacking is the big, important stuff. And we’ve always known that Dean, deep down, just wanted all of it to stop. Just stop. He’s always been borderline, if not outright, suicidal. Famine most certainly did affect Dean; he opened up Dean’s deep-seated desire for everything to just stop, to stop gorging himself on the meaningless and trivial, for everything to finally just end.

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I was thinking about Crowley’s ‘666’ number

inthemysteryofyou:

nocasdatsgay:

and it occurred to me, Crowley has service in Hell. He has a number that is literally impossible. 

Therefore, Hell must have it’s own network

then it occurred to me only demons can use this network. But how? Must be in their aura or blood or something.

I repeat, it’s probably something in their blood

Sam has demon blood.

Conclusion: Sam gets his wifi from hell which is why he gets wifi everywhere

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