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So every few months, the enterprising perverts at Blindfold SPN remind us all why Supernatural is the most magical, prolapsed, amazing fandom in the universe. Similarly, every few months, the rest of the FG staff stop talking to me because all I want to do is tell them about amazing diaper kink fic that someone has kindly filled on that kink meme, thereby instantly invalidating any and all discussion about varying levels of filth evident in other fandoms.

So far this year, in addition to a worrisome new trend for, well, diapers, and a story calling for a "Jensen/Stallion" pairing that we will not explore at this juncture, I found this magical nugget:

I think we can all agree that we all saw the writing on the wall for this one. And that it will be femdom involving a double-headed dildo and awkwardly located papercuts.
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It's time to stay at home mom suit-up, kids! NPH and his husband finally have their twin babies, which means they can finally hang the world's coolest Baby on Board sign in their rear window.
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In between Sandra Bullock being the classiest class act that was ever classy (yay) Twilight: New Moon winning seriously every award ever (inevitable), perhaps the best part of the MTV Movie Awards last night was the premiere of a new trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I:

It's been a while since we here at FG read the last book, but the trailer seems to hit all the major plots I remember:

1. Voldemort was kinda creepy.
2. The trio went on the longest, angriest camping trip since my family went to Florida for Spring Break in 1998.

But seriously, the trailer is pretty banging. It's interesting to see how far these movies have come visually since Chris Columbus' inaugural Potter film back in 2001. You can tell at a glance how much the story has evolved from the cheerfully glossy magical world we were first introduced to nearly a decade ago.

While I'm still not convinced this film needed to be two parts, I will of course be there with magical bells on when it comes out. And for the record, there are only 165 Days left until the movie is released. Who's excited?

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