My name is TanyX Winchester, and I love Supernatural. Not so much the latter seasons, but like, in the days when Destiel were free to declare their love for each other in the pit of purgatory. I don’t understand why their wedding wasn’t televised, but their happily married selves have settled into a “no-homo” camouflage situation, and while I understand the need to hide from homophobes, you guys can be yourselves at home. And yet, you don’t seem to know that.
ANYWAY there’s a really old SPN book tag, made before Jack’s time. Let’s do this!
The Colt: If you could own a fictional item, what would you choose?
I don’t particularly want any of the Deathly Hallows, so i’m going with a series I had a difficult relationship with and broke it off: the sword pen from Percy Jackson. You could kill someone and no one could find the murder weapon, and carry it with you always, like pepper spray. V convenient, as long as you didn’t mistake it for an actual pen and stab your desk.
The Impala: If you could own a fictional vehicle, what would you choose?
The TARDIS! I know, I should choose the actual Impala. But the TARDIS is more practical. She doesn’t need anything; as long as you love her and land on a ley line once in a while, she’ll love you back. She’s an entire house, pool, wardrobe, time and space machine all in one!
Crowley: a villain you love to hate
I love so many villains it’s hard to find anyone except Umbridge that I hate. I hate pink, I hate it when teachers abuse their power to torture students, and i hate the third grade teacher that she reminds me of. I hate this question because answering Crowley with her taints his evil name. I love Crowley; genuinely love him, and I don’t want his image associated with the likes of her.
Sam & Dean: Two characters from different books that’d make a perfect team to fight evil
I don’t usually think about crossovers! Sherlock and Data! Data loves the old Sherlock stories and usually spends his free time playing Sherlock on the holodeck- but what would it be like if Data and Sherlock worked together, instead of Data playing as Sherlock? It would let both of their humanities show as they try to work out a crime of passion, rather than relying on themselves to make logical deductions.
Destiel: Two characters from different books that’d make a perfect couple
Again with the crossovers! How about Dimtri from Vampire Academy and Edward from Twilight?
Bobby: Your favorite fictional mentor-figure
Lupin! He was the best Dark Arts teacher and really allowed his students to grow and enjoy themselves.
The Angel Tablet: One Of The Best Books You’ve Ever Read
If We Were Villains!
The Demon Tablet: One of the worst Books you’ve ever read
Hmm… I really believe in DNFing books if you don’t enjoy it, but the book I was forced to read? ROMEO AND JULIET. This could be the way it’s taught, that this is a serious piece of literature, and not the satire that it actually is. Still not going to reread it.
Shapeshifter: A book with a better cover in a foreign country
I don’t actually pay that much attention? But after some research, I think the Dutch and Italian versions of Leah On The Offbeat are prettier. I also don’y like how the American versions of the other two in the semi-series have the same blue and red palette but Leah has a slightly different shade. I want consistency!
Hunters: A character you’d love to hunt
Laura Hollis must die. I love Carmilla, respect that she’s killed people and hopefully will kill people, and would be willing to give her my blood whenever she wants. Laura Hollis is nothing but a bigoted human that only cares about her fantasy of Carmilla, and not Carmilla herself.
Chuck: A book you guessed the plot twist or ending to
I remember Uglies being really predictable when I read it in middle school. I still loved the series, but the MC could be really dumb.
Cass’ Trenchcoat: A book that looks much better without it’s dust jacket
I’m sure there’s special editions and things, but why.
Carry On My Wayward Son: Put your playlist on, what book does that song remind you of?
Lucky Strikes by Troye Sivan. Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets Of The Universe (which is getting a sequel!!!) They’re both set in the summer and are full of gay longing while your love interest is right there.
Charlie: Your ultimate fanfolk moment thus far
I sit at computer and blog about books. Not fanfolk moment, fanfolk life.
I do think I have a tendency to talk about the most obscure fandom to the wrong people. When I first moved into college, I asked my dormmates if they wanted to see a viewing of Serenity and no one knew what Firefly was. I defended Loki against my pro-Captain America friends. A guy climbed up the walls to show off his parkour or whatever and I called him Spiderman. There were a few days when I was obsessed with cass’ trenchcoat and asked everyone why he never takes it off.
I swear I’m asexual.
I tag you! What do you associate with Supernatural?