Mwahhhahhha…oh the irony. Than your crush turns out to be a dick. Your best friend tells him to go fuck a porcupine (her words, not mine) and everything goes back to happiness, unicorns and puking raindows with best friend.
“You have to keep in mind that as soon as you put a rule in place, that’s the rule. I can’t tell you the number of times after we said that demons were once human that we turned to Ben Edlund who first suggested that and we were like, ‘Well thanks a lot for saying that demons were once human!’ ’Cause now we’re stuck with that, and it completely changes everything,” Gamble said.”—
Do NOT dis the Edlund, that was an awesome idea. Sorry that you have to try a little harder to actually do good writing because of it. *cough lazy writer cough*
Okay…Is she freaking serious? Does she mean what I think she means? Did she even watch the past seasons? Yes…It has been established that the “regular” demons are just really twisted ghosts but that’s not all. For example there’s Lilith. She was the first demon, the creation of Lucifer, so demons apparently can be CREATED by fallen angels. Or there’s Azazel. It wasn’t just his eyes that were different. He was supposed to be an angel (who served Lucifer) turned into a demon. How is that getting stuck with one thing? That gives plenty of plotbunnies even to me, who is not a professional writer.
Sorry for the rant. Sera please don’t give interviews. I know you are in charge and you want to have complete artistic freedom, but please stop acting in a way that just pisses the fandom of. Also it is very unprofessional to oint fingers at others when it is you who has no original ideas for and overall plot arch…
And now I just got incredibly sad because of my previous post...It made me realize how much I miss them together
It was incredibly cruel to tear apart a family like that (Bobby-Jim included) both on and off screen. You can say that it’s just ‘going back to the basics’ and ‘just the brothers’…but you simply can’t say that spliting them up was a good idea.
“Apparently, British diplomats and other embassy staff have found that the second hardest language is Japanese, which will probably come as no surprise to many, but the language that they have found to be the most problematic is Hungarian, which has 35 cases (forms of a nouns according to whether it is subject, object, genitive, etc).”
I just love my mothertounge.
It’s not THAT complicated…I mean if you study a language deep enough you’ll realize how complex and beautiful they are. And that was the linguist speaking from me now.
To be honest Hungarian is just different. For example it has only 3 tenses (Past, Present, Future) while English has 12! The real difference for me is that it’s phrases, structure, the methaphors it uses are so different from English or French or even Japanese. But I think it is true for all the languages of the world. You have to aquire the thinking of the native speakers, so the more languages you speak the more they enrich your personality and widen your view of the world. I think this is my main drive behind my love of linguistics…