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Supernatural, specifically Jensen Ackles
the arch of the eyebrows gives it away
My friends have been having a hellish week, and they're not the kind of problems I can flick away with magical friend powers. There's death and betrayal and lives come crashing down. My heart hurts.

Which is exactly the kind of moment when you want your brain to help you out and mine so did. It reminded me of the two funniest lines I'd read all week, both pertaining to Jensen Ackles. wax_jism said Jensen is lucky to have such a versatile face. He can be badass AND pretty boy AND damsel in distress simultaneously! Oh, and a giant dork, also. and laivine said Squee. Aw, I love the dear-in-headlights/stoned/tired Jenny because it's really the only way I can believe he's even real and not some CGI creation designed to make folks spontaneously orgasm. And yet, even here, it's still some pretty undeniable mojo. I laugh every time I think about those descriptions.

So, thanks you two. And to Jensen too.

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Ah, life hurts. This I know; last year wasn't pretty.

Yes, that's what gets me; his versatility. Plus, he's very cute... but he actually reminds me of... well, me and about half of my relatives, which is why I feel kind of icky with the idea of perving over him. I have issues, I know.

And the hits just keep on coming. One more friend asked me if she could spend the night and she'd had a major betrayal as well.

Thanks for the sympathy. It does help.

As an Indian girl, I haven't had a lot of those "recognition" moments with people I'm crushing on. It is a bit awkward when my crush exhibits behavior that I think of as pertaining to me or my brother, though, so I see where you're coming from.

Aw, I'm quoted. I feel so spay-shul! Glad to meet you in the wonderful world of SPN fandom!

I'm sorry you and your friends are having a rough time of it.

Nice to meet you too, laivine!

And thanks for the sympathy and, of course, for the initial hilarity.

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