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Interviewer: Favorite music? (MUST READ!!!)

  • Jensen:

    Garth Brooks. Best concert of my life. My dad, brother and I went. Never forget it. I own every single one of that guys albums. Umm I love the king of pop, r.i.p. Marc Broussard, Marty Robbins, Stevie Ray Vaughan.

  • Jared:

    And country.

  • Jensen:

    Yes, country.

  • Jared:

    I like country, but Jensen loves country.

  • Jensen:

    Yeah.

  • Jared:

    There nothing like being woken up in your trailer at four o’clock in the morning to Taylor Swift blasting from the trailer next to yours.

  • Jensen:

    Whatever.

  • Jared:

    What? You love Taylor Swift!

  • Jensen:

    I know I do.

  • Jared:

    You seriously just admitted that in public. And here I was calling you a manly-man earlier.

  • Jensen:

    She’s a good little songwriter!

  • Jared:

    Umm I’ve really been getting back into Pearl Jam lately. I’ve been on an everything Pearl Jam kick.

  • Jensen:

    Yeah. Cause there’s nothing like waking up to ‘Jeremy’ blasting from the trailer next to yours at four o’clock in the morning for the like, thousandth time.

  • Jared:

    Hey! Jeremy is a good, complicated, emotional song! It helps me get in Sams head.

  • Jensen:

    And it helps Dean get closer with a gun.

  • Jared:

    But no, I like country. And I actually think I like classic rock more than he does. I’m more of the Dean in the music world and Jensen listens to .. Taylor Swift.

  • Jensen:

    Let it go, man.

  • Jared:

    Even Sam would never admit it if he listened to Taylor Swift.

  • Jensen:

    Sam has no soul!

  • Jared:

    Dude, trust me, it doesn’t matter.

theoldkingsofwinter:

courtnog:

okay so if harry potter was born in 1980, and went to hogwarts in like 91, that means he was in his sixth year in 1996
do you think he knew about the spice girls? i mean.. i know he had shit going on with horcruxes that year but wannabe isn’t something that happens without you taking note of it

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