nausicaa83: (<hot fuzz> true love)
Just like I hoped, my birthday has been a turning point for me. I tend to fixate on dates and anniversaries, even too much, but sometimes that obsession does help. I feel like my birthday ended the awful year of illness and pain, and now I've started a new year of healing. I know it sounds a bit weird and new-ageish, but you know what I mean. I've spent a great week at home, I've made some wonderful new friends (thanks to [livejournal.com profile] capracotta, who is amazing), I've been to the bank and the restaurant and I've done laundry and everything feels normal and new at the same time. I feel like I'm taking control of my life once again, a life that includes monthly trips to the hospital, but also hanging out with my friends, going to the cinema, making marmalade with my aunt. I can do it. ^^

And in this spirit, here's an old meme because I need to start posting regularly here again, instead of only when I got news about chemo. New leaf.

day one • a song
day two • a picture
day three • a book/ebook/fanfic
day four • a website
day five • a youtube clip



And now, some fandom news! I finally watched that new Shane Black movie, The Nice Guys, and I loved it. It was funny as hell, the mystery was intriguing and had me on the edge of my seat trying to figure it out first, and Ryan Gosling and Russel Crowe have excellent chemistry. Plus the little girl was amazing, I can't wait to see more of her. I wish Shane Black did more movies, and that they did better at the box office. I think I liked this one even more than Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and that's one of my favourites. Highly recommended.

Brooklyn Nine Nine and Star Vs The Forces Of Evil are back, and they're both still amazing. I know I'm overdoing it with that adjective, but it's true, they're both objectively amazing shows. I still have to watch that new Once Upon A Time episode, mostly because I got derailed by Final Fantasy Type 0: I played it for a month more than a year ago, then stopped just before leaving for the final dungeon. I can't remember why. Then last weekend I finally finished it, witnessed the incredibly depressing ending (even sadder than Crisis Core's, come on!), and now I'm replaying it from start because I'm not ready to let go of these characters. And I love the gameplay. ^^ Also I hurt my shoulder playing drums. Probably the most metal thing I did all year.

So that's it for me today, but I promise to be back tomorrow.
nausicaa83: (<gravity falls> fangirling)
Guess what I just did!!! I just bought tickets to the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour concert in London, on 24th March 2017!!!

That's huge for a number of reasons, mostly because I'm making plans a year from now, because my health has improved so much I actually can. My therapist is going to be so proud. It's going to be Tati, my cousin Francesca, and me in London, in the same hall as Yoko Shimomura. I'm freaking out! That's one of my favourite composers ever, in one of my favourite cities ever, with Tati and Francesca, it's a dream come true!

Seriously, somebody pinch me right now. *____*
nausicaa83: (<literature> marilyn)
New Reading Bingo entry!



For the "The 1st Book in a Series" square I read Ben Aaronovitch's first novel in his Rivers of London series, Rivers of London. They changed the name to Midnight Riot for the US edition.

Let's face it, I couldn't not love this novel. It's basically Harry Dresden in London, except in this case the main character is a mixed race copper, and he's investigating a ghost who's re-enacting Punch & Judy by killing people. It's a love letter to everything that I love. *_______* There's supernatural creatures, genii locorum (the latinist in me was doing a happy dance constantly, as the latin is always correct and the history is spot-on), a lot of witty jokes, Blackadder references, a very diverse cast of characters, and the main character is constantly describing the route everywhere he goes, and as I've been to London enough times to easily know my way around it, it helped a lot with the feeling of immersion that the roads, tube stations, shops were exactly where they're supposed to be. ♥

I read it in e-book format, but halfway through it I was already ordering the paperback on Amazon. I know it makes little sense, but when I love a book I want to have a physical copy, a digital one just isn't enough. There's five books already published, with a sixth one coming out next year. Well, now we know how I'm going to spend my free time this month. :D

And a link for all of you lovely people: if you haven't already heard of Postmodern Jukebox, prepare to be amazed. ♥
nausicaa83: (<strange & norrell> practical magic)
On Monday I had a most wonderful evening: a dear friend invited me to a night at the Opera! At the La Fenice theater, the Opera Theater here in Venice, where I hadn't been in years. The philharmonic orchestra there played pieces by Béla Bartók, Johann Strauss and Leoš Janáček (here's the poster), and it was absolutely magical. The Strauss one was especially loved, and after that the soloist came back on stage and played a wonderful improv with four other musicians, who answered his variations in kind. It was so unexpected and lovely, and funny. Everyone loved it, although we were all really surprised, it was quite unexpected. :D



Here's a picture I took before I had to turn the phone off, the musicians hadn't come out yet. We counted 75 of them, a full orchestra, something very rare indeed! They even had one of them playing the tubular bells! I knew of them, but I had never heard them, and they sound exactly like church bells, to the point that more than once I thought the sound was coming from outside. :D

When we came out it was 10 pm, and we had a lovely walk through the quiet, dark streets: no tourists at that hour, it was almost like it used to be when I was a kid, clean and peaceful. It was the city like it should be, but sadly isn't any more.

Sort of on topic, because Venice plays a huge part in this as well, to those of you who haven't watched Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell yet, you should really, really do it. I can't recommend it enough. At first simply because it was one of my favourite novels, but after a couple of episodes it became clear this show is a beautiful masterpiece in its own right. Everything about it is perfectly crafted, the world feels alive, the magic real, and the acting is superb. Do yourself a favour and check it out, and be ready because it'll blow your mind. *_____*
nausicaa83: (<just dance> shake it)
Another Reading Bingo update, and sorry for spamming your friends page with these. ^^



For the "A Book With A One-Word Title" I read Rainbow Rowell's Fangirl. I bought it because the cover art was by gingerhaze, an artist I love. I devoured the whole book in less than a day, it was wonderful. It's the story of Cath, a fanfiction writer who's on her first year of university, has social anxiety, and whose relationship with her twin sister is starting to crumble. She falls in love, tries to keep the deadlines on her hugely popular Harry/Draco fic, all the while worrying about her family and her future. Story-wise, it's nothing new, but the characters are so alive and real that it all feels new and exciting. The importance of fandom for Cath is described with love and respect, and every chapter starts with an excerpt from either a fic by Cath, or from the imaginary Harry Potter books she adores (they're not called Harry Potter, but they're obviously talking about Harry and Draco). Plus the writing is great, fluid and fresh, and the author avoids all the tropes she could have easily fallen into. If I had to find one flaw, I'd say the ending is a bit rushed, but that's probably because I was loving the characters so much I didn't want it to end.

If you have the chance, read it, especially if you're a fanfic writer/reader and would love to see yourself represented in mainstream media. It's an act of love for fandom, and a beautiful story too. What more could we ask for? *_____*

And a couple of videos for you too! First, Nancy Sinatra's original music video for These Boots Are Made For Walking. It's the most 60s video to ever exist. If we had to explain what the sixties looked like to an alien, we'd just show them this video. I laughed so much I almost fell off my chair, and then I remembered my formative years were spent in the 80s and 90s and I have no right to talk. :D

Then, here's the latest Final Fantasy XV trailer. Oh yeah, look at those PS4 graphics! Dayum! Sadly Tetsuya Nomura just left the project to focus on Kingdom Hearts III, but he left the helm to the director of Crisis Core, so no worries there. ^^

And here's a random video from EuroAirDotCon, just because. :D

Now, it's back to working on my aunt's birthday gift. I have a week to complete it, and no time to lose! \o/
nausicaa83: (<adventure time> walkman)
September is here, and with it all the real life stuff I had put out of my mind during the holidays. I'm doing fine, with just a bit of nervousness in everything I do. I was supposed to go back to the gym yesterday, after I took a sabbatical because of that devastating panic attack last year. The friend who drives me there came with the flu, so we moved our return to next week. To get myself fit enough (which is, two steps up from a sea cucumber) I'm cleaning up the house like there's no tomorrow. I'm getting rid of all my old outdated university books, old magazines, stuff we brought from the old house when we moved here nine years ago, that's been gathering dust and taking too much space. It's heavy work, but very satisfying.

It also feels like closing a chapter, cleaning old wounds, allowing myself to heal. Next week it'll be three years of therapy, it's huge. And when I'm too tired, I do arpeggios on my ukulele. It's the hardest thing to do for me, that's why I'm doing all these exercises, I want to get at least moderately good at it. :D

And now, it's advertising time! Edlynn, a friend of mine who is a great singer and musician, recently released a beautiful album that I adore, Tales of Night and Fire and I just suddenly realized I've never linked anything here, because I'm a horrible friend. Time to fix that! Here's one of my favourites, Following The River. Isn't she great? *________*

And now I just realized I made a cup of herbal tea half-an-hour ago, and forgot it on the kitchen counter. Oops.
nausicaa83: (<supernatural> home)
Health update! I'm taking some cortisone-based meds and the coughing fits are slowly going away. When it happens, I still sound like a chain smoker since the age of 12, to the point that even my cat gives me the side eye, but it's getting better. I haven't had an infection like this since before high school, it's really weird. And my sense of smell is coming back at random, abrupt times, like I can suddenly smell ORANGES for a couple of seconds, then nothing for hours, then SHOWER GEL, then nothing again. Super weird.

Yesterday's episode of Supernatural was another little masterpiece. And one of those times when, as great art always does, it told a good story while telling me, the viewer, a lot about myself, and choices I made when I was younger. It came into my life exactly at the right moment. And it also made me want to sing Bryan Adams' Summer of 69 at the top of my lungs all morning, but since my bronchi still won't allow that, I settled for putting it on the stereo on loop.

Standin' on your mama's porch
You told me it would last forever
Oh the way you held my hand
I knew that it was now or never
Those were the best days of my life
Back in the summer of '69!!!


*rocking air guitar solo*

So yep, I'm doing better. Not out of the woods yet, but I'm being a good kid, resting and taking all my meds, so I'm going to give myself a good pat on the head and go back to my chores. ^^
nausicaa83: (<kingdom hearts> destati)
It's been two very busy days. Tuesday was Tati's first day of holiday, so we celebrated in true Kingdom Hearts fashion: eating ice cream, sitting together watching videogame people eating ice cream. It was great. :D And the paopu keychains I ordered to celebrate her return arrived yesterday, way sooner than I expected. Now we each have one! Problem is, I still have to decide where to keep mine. Not with my keys, it's polymer clay and I don't want to break it. It has to be someplace safe but where I can see it everyday.

*assumes Winnie the Pooh thinking position*

Yesterday afternoon, all of a sudden, I got sick. I went to therapy anyway, which wasn't my brightest idea ever, because I spent it curled up on the couch moaning about my stomach. My therapist called mom's doctor, and he told me I had caught a virus that's making the rounds lately. Nearly everyone in the ward had already gotten it. Thankfully, it'll go away in three days, he gave me some prescriptions, a pill for my stomach, and sent me home. As it turns out for the next two days I'm super contagious, so I'm stuck at home, with a blanket. Today I'm feeling a lot better, although still a bit ditzy, and already missing human company. It's been 12 hours, and I'm all ready to sing Rapunzel's song from my window.

To conclude, here's a song I've been obsessing over all week. Enjoy! ♥
nausicaa83: (<disney> menestrello)
September is coming, and I needed a new organizer, so on the way home I stopped at my favourite bookshop and browsed for a longer time than I'm comfortable admitting looking for the perfect organizer to accompany me for the next fourteen months. There just were so many bright, colourful ones! In the end I chose a lovely green one with pictures of rainbows and butterflies and flowers on every page. A happy organizer for a happy Nausicaa. :D

On the way to the register I noticed they had a lot of jazz/blues/chanson cds on sale, and I just had to buy two of them for 10 euros. Meanwhile this beautiful cd was playing in the store, and while I was paying I asked the cashier what it was. She didn't know, so she called a colleague, but she didn't know either. The third one told us it was "Madeleine Peyroux's new album", which made me squeal "oh my god, can I have a copy please, please, PLEASE?!", to everyone's amusement. :D



My cd player is broken (that's the big one in the living room), and lately I've used the Playstation to listen to cds. Since I couldn't wait to listen to Madeleine's new album, and I had to cook lunch, I digged up my old portable cd player and connected it to my jbl speaker. It wouldn't start, so after punching all the buttons, I checked the batteries. I took them out, and got battery liquid all over my hands. Apparently they decided to commit seppuku quite recently, because whatever was inside leaked all over my fingers as soon as I touched them. What the hell. Much swearing and scrubbing later, I'm finally listening to my beautiful new cd (the portable cd player is surprisingly still working) in the kitchen.

She even sings a cover of Leonard Cohen's Bird on the Wire! *_______*

By the way, the Ladies Sing the Blues collection reminds me of a meme I saw on tumblr a couple of weeks ago. Take a song that has the word "blues" in the title and substitute it with "feels". Folsom Prison Feels. Empty Bed Feels. I'm Left with Feels in my Heart. And of course, Lady Sings the Feels.

I'm going to hell for finding it so hilarious, I know. :D



And my Welcome to Night Vale official shirt just arrived! \o/
nausicaa83: (<adventure time> walkman)
IT'S HERE. My new iPod is here! The other day I downloaded a nice little program called iExplorer that allowed me to copy all the music/playlists from my old iPod into my laptop's iTunes, so it took me just a couple of minutes to move everything to the new one. Since the old one was called "G-ERTI", I thought it would be nice to continue the "fictional flying machines" tradition, and christened this one "Enterprise (NCC-1701)". :D


It's an iPod Nano 7th Generation, so it can play videos again (G-ERTI was 6th generation, only music). It is incredibly small and light, sort of like a credit card. I've already ordered a lovely padded case on etsy, until it arrives I'll use a little bag I found in a drawer that I'm 99% sure used to contain jewellery.


Having ordered it from the apple website I could have a free engraving too. It was either this or "sometimes when you fall, you fly" from The Sandman, but this quote seemed more apt for a device that contains music. ^^ I didn't really like any of the colours except for this one, and I'm in a "Hawkeye purple" phase anyway. ;)

It also came with weird headphones that looked like something Ziggy Stardust would use. I'm torn between keeping the old ones, that I bought more than ten years ago, or try these scifi ones. Uhm. I'll probably take them both and switch them when I'm on the bus if the new ones bother me.
nausicaa83: (<supernatural> the road so far)
Late entry for Supernatural's wonderful, epic season finale, Sacrifice, because LJ decided to take a holiday yesterday. Apparently it was a problem during maintenance, but my money is on "they tried to update something, and screwed up everything else". Good times.

Since I'm sure everything's been already said yesterday (or quite possibly sobbed and screamed), I'm going for a couple of visuals instead. Take your protein pills, put your headphones on, and pop under the cut. (I'm having a David Bowie sort of a day, sorry.)

Let the sky fall, when it crumbles, we will stand tall. )

Now I've got to run, but first I have to make a quick playlist for the finale in my iPod. *___*
nausicaa83: (<the hour> cooking hour)
After an obvious hiatus, because fever and flu and all around disgusting things happening, the Cooking Hour is back! I went for something simple, delicious, that reminded me of my beautiful trip to Scotland five years ago: Petticoat Tails!


The best part is I had to use my hands, no tools, not even a fork, so it felt a lot like being a kid playing with play-doh. Edible play-doh, my precious.


I must say, I'm very proud of myself, as they came out perfect. I bit one and I was instantly back in Edinburgh. *________*

Also, fair warning, I have jumped on the Imagine Dragons bandwagon too. I blame On Top Of The World, it is such a great song to dance to, especially while air-drying one's hair, using the brush as a mic. :D
nausicaa83: (<hobbit> fili & kili)
I kinda forgot I still had one day left on this meme. Sorry.

day one • a song
day two • a picture
day three • a book/ebook/fanfic
day four • a website
day five • a youtube clip

Anyway, I just finished watching Seven Psychopaths, and I loved it. It's actually easy to spoil a movie like this one, so I won't say anything about the plot, except that if you love talking about action movies it's the movie for you. ;) And it has Christopher Walken being amazing and Tom Waits carrying around a fluffy white rabbit. Plus, it introduced me to this stunning cover of one of my favourite songs from my childhood, from one of the first cds my dad ever bought (it was a Best Of Cat Stevens, in the early 90s). So here's P.P. Arnold, in her rendition of The First Cut Is The Deepest:



Then, because I'm on a roll and I had some brown sugar left from the mince pies, I made muffins! I tweaked the recipe a bit, and added Tardis tea to the dough. It gave them a wonderful aroma, while the brown sugar gave them this amazing colour.





They're very tasty, not too sweet, and they smell great. I ate one with tea, and then had one after dinner with a bit of ham and cheese, and it was superb. I love the contrast between salt and sweet (cheese and pears anyone?). *_________*

And my aunt called me while I was baking, and after I got them out of the oven, and she asked me for details and then to send her the recipe by email. I feel so grown up. :D
nausicaa83: (<disney> hungry)
First, real life news. I have to do an antibiotic therapy for the next two months. According to my oncologist (who I still consult over normal medical problems, obviously) they're strong stuff, but I'm "young and healthy" so I don't have to worry. That obviously means I haven't done anything but worrying since I talked to him this morning. Way to be a mature person. I even got a bit of a scolding from my therapist on the phone. Anyway by late afternoon I was fed up of wallowing in self-pity, so I got my recipe book out, and tried my hand at making mince pies. Because I needed something sweet and warm and made with my own two hands.




I got the measurements wrong, and the tops were too little. The result is still delicious, it just looks weird. :D



So now I have a stomach full of christmas-y delicious little pies, and I feel a lot better. Even though I'm starting this therapy on sunday, because tomorrow I have a few things to do and an appointment, and I don't want to get there all croggy. I'm feeling positive, not stupid. ^^

And I've been listening to the Guns 'n' Roses a lot these days, because someone pointed out on tumblr that Welcome to the Jungle is the perfect Purgatory song. It definitely is, and I missed listening to them. November Rain was mom's favourite song. ♥
nausicaa83: (<lotr> that which is fairest)
I should have learned by now to stay away from the Hard & Heavy section at the music store. Every single time I take a look at those shelves I see a cd some friend of mine burned for me back in uni, and I get this urge to buy the original and revel in the memories.



Oh well, the Blind Guardian are amazing, it was a great purchase. And the Hobbit calendar arrived, because I'm weak, and the calendars on Amazon are really cheap, and the pictures are so pretty. Plus I get Bilbo on my birthday month. :D



These last few days I've been always a bit on edge. As usual, it affected my sleep patterns, so I ended up sleeping a couple of hours less that I usually do. I decided to spend them watching british tv (because, seriously, what better way to spend the wee hours of the morning?). I finished the first season of Luther, and it was really, really good. I'm now shipping Luther and Alice too, because as previously stated, I am weak. Wish they released a soundtrack, so many great songs. I also watched the first season of Whitechapel, and I'm delighted to discover that the British can indeed make bad tv shows. Once in ten years, I gather, but it does happen. Good to know they're human like the rest of us. :D

Let's face it, it had bad acting, a stupid script, and the bad guy was the only talking character other than the cops. Never saw that coming. The parts about the original Jack The Ripper were interesting, but not enough to save the show. Shame.

Tomorrow I have to go to the dentist, which means I've been eating sweets all day. Sort of like a bear before going on hibernation, but with chocolate coins. :D
nausicaa83: (<disney> merida)
It's the Birthday Entry! This one was an epic one, at least for my standards. :D It's 29, the last year of my twenties. *drumroll*

First, a picture of yours truly in her lucky red corset (I just *love* it), eating sushi. See the hair? I'm going to cut it on wednesday. That already qualifies as "too long" in my mind. Although I do admit it has a certain puffy quality that on good days I define as "cute". My hair and I have a love-hate relationship.



This way for pictures of the celebrations, with colourful wagons on the streets and dancing men in lederhosen, and old phobias being crushed to the sound of wonderful music. And shoes. )

I had to skip the gym today because I slept on my stomach last night, which I never do, and woke up with a wryneck. Well, that, and the air conditioning still on on the bus yesterday. It's wine season, for god's sake! It's cold! I'm feeling fine now, but I thought it best not to stress the muscles too much.

Tomorrow it's vet time (for Sakura) and therapy time (for me), then back to Tati to start the second season of Teen Wolf together! She's in for quite a great journey. ♥
nausicaa83: (<disney> merida)
It's the Birthday Entry! This one was an epic one, at least for my standards. :D It's 29, the last year of my twenties. *drumroll*

First, a picture of yours truly in her lucky red corset (I just *love* it), eating sushi. See the hair? I'm going to cut it on wednesday. That already qualifies as "too long" in my mind. Although I do admit it has a certain puffy quality that on good days I define as "cute". My hair and I have a love-hate relationship.



This way for pictures of the celebrations, with colourful wagons on the streets and dancing men in lederhosen, and old phobias being crushed to the sound of wonderful music. And shoes. )

I had to skip the gym today because I slept on my stomach last night, which I never do, and woke up with a wryneck. Well, that, and the air conditioning still on on the bus yesterday. It's wine season, for god's sake! It's cold! I'm feeling fine now, but I thought it best not to stress the muscles too much.

Tomorrow it's vet time (for Sakura) and therapy time (for me), then back to Tati to start the second season of Teen Wolf together! She's in for quite a great journey. ♥
nausicaa83: (<sakamichi no apollon> drummer)
Rock Band Blitz is finally here! I managed to buy it yesterday (it's quite complicated, as one has to buy three different files to make it work), and after trying my hand at a few songs, I must admit it's more fun than I thought. The one big problem, though, is that after three songs my motion sickness starts acting up. After two more songs, I can't focus my eyes and my hands begin to cramp.

Not really a big problem, though, as I bought it mostly as a dlc pack for Rock Band 3. It has 25 beautiful songs, and especially Fun's We Are Young. It's Tati's and my 2012 song, we sing it out loud everytime we're together, usually while cooking, so we were ecstatic when they announced it for Rock Band. Today I tried my hand at singing it, obviously on Expert (ain't no short-ass gods around here), first solo then on harmonies (one person can sing harmonies, you just have to plug in two mics and hope that everyone sings the same thing). It is, unsurprisingly, very, very hard, but I managed to get five stars both times. The hardest part is obviously getting Janelle's part right, carry me home tonight, while I usually sing the na na na na part there, because the choir is louder than her.

And the best part is that since I have a boom microphone stand (Tati gave it to me two years ago as a birthday gift), singing this song at the top of my lungs gets a hundred times more awesome. I always feel like Carey Mulligan in Shame, the New York New York scene. ♥

Man, I do miss singing in a real choir. The drums are my love, but singing is so much fun, especially in a group. Maybe I should roll up my sleeves and look for a new choir to join.
nausicaa83: (<sakamichi no apollon> drummer)
Rock Band Blitz is finally here! I managed to buy it yesterday (it's quite complicated, as one has to buy three different files to make it work), and after trying my hand at a few songs, I must admit it's more fun than I thought. The one big problem, though, is that after three songs my motion sickness starts acting up. After two more songs, I can't focus my eyes and my hands begin to cramp.

Not really a big problem, though, as I bought it mostly as a dlc pack for Rock Band 3. It has 25 beautiful songs, and especially Fun's We Are Young. It's Tati's and my 2012 song, we sing it out loud everytime we're together, usually while cooking, so we were ecstatic when they announced it for Rock Band. Today I tried my hand at singing it, obviously on Expert (ain't no short-ass gods around here), first solo then on harmonies (one person can sing harmonies, you just have to plug in two mics and hope that everyone sings the same thing). It is, unsurprisingly, very, very hard, but I managed to get five stars both times. The hardest part is obviously getting Janelle's part right, carry me home tonight, while I usually sing the na na na na part there, because the choir is louder than her.

And the best part is that since I have a boom microphone stand (Tati gave it to me two years ago as a birthday gift), singing this song at the top of my lungs gets a hundred times more awesome. I always feel like Carey Mulligan in Shame, the New York New York scene. ♥

Man, I do miss singing in a real choir. The drums are my love, but singing is so much fun, especially in a group. Maybe I should roll up my sleeves and look for a new choir to join.
nausicaa83: (<supernatural> let's jam)
What a lovely weekend! We had our first storm in months, complete with random twisters all along the country, and me having to turn every electronic appliance off, and sit on the couch with a very distressed Sakura in my lap waiting for the lightning and thunder to subside. She does hate this kind of weather. I love it, because today the air is crisp and fresh, and I feel more energetic than I've felt all summer!

Yesterday I pre-ordered the Frankenstein tickets! 2nd October, 3 pm, no idea which version it'll be, which is a good thing because if it had been up to me to choose I would have just thrown the computer out of the window. Instead, it's going to be surprise!Creature day. :D

I should also add that I really, really love the Teen Wolf fandom. During the last few days I've downloaded a few fanmixes that introduced me to new amazing artists such as the Avett Brothers, A.A. Bondy and Johnny Flynn! Well, they're new to me anyway. It's like my first days in the Sherlock fandom, so much wonderful new music, so little time. ♥

And they also have amazing crossover videos as this one. I've been waiting for a Supernatural/Teen Wolf crossover since the first episode when they introduced the hunters, and this video is more than I could hope for. *_________*

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