Limonade

I drew something related to my current situation…It makes me feel a little less alone in all this… 

I had this head canon that Castiel as a human would have the problems he had as a angel shown in different way… in this case ” too much heart” being literal…

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Anonymous asked: "So wait, Sam can walk around soulless or possessed by an angel and Cas doesn't notice a thing... but Dean GETS A NEW OWIE ON HIS ARM AND CASTIEL CAN DETECT IT EVEN THROUGH DEANS MANY LAYERS?? *COUGH*DESTIEL*COUGH*"

justdestiel:

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justdestiel:

ANON, YOU ARE AMAZING. 

IT’S LIKE HE KNOWS DEAN INSIDE AND OUT SO HE WOULD KNOW IN THE CORE OF HIS CELESTIAL BEING IF THERE WAS JUST A TINY SCRATCH ON DEAN,

(Annoyingly, I think the real reason Cas couldn’t detect Gadreel possessing Sam was because when he was around Sam, Cas was human. Now Cas has angel mojo again he can tell when magic is afoot? But ssssshhhh I like your shipper reason much better. <3 )

ALSO, IMMA WAITING FOR THE FANART IN WHICH CAS STRIPS ALL OF DEAN’S CLOTHES OFF YELLING “DEAN, THERE IS SOMETHING DIFFERENT ABOUT YOU, I NEED TO CHECK WHAT IT IS.” :’)

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OMG YOU DREW THE THING I WANTED AND IT’S ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL ASDFGHJKL I CAN’T EVEN!!!!!!!


  • Me: You should see my medical file at the hospital... It has gotten medical encyclopedia tick.
  • Deanael: And I love you even with every single thing written in there.
  • Me: ....
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  • Me: ..... * tearful*
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Also! How to perform the Heimlich (?) manuver alone with a counter or chair or table or something! Extremely important!

Yup yup!! that was also taught! : 3  Use the back of the chair and try the Heimlich technique as hard as you can. (” J” shape under the ribs, you have to apply pressure on your diaphragm! ) , some people also try to drop themselves on the floor, belly first, but that can be risky since ribs can break, but it’s one of many ways. 

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Tips taught at first aid class : If you choke on a piece of food and is alone, do not panic , try to move the LEAST possible ( you will waste oxygen otherwise ) and immediately call 911 ( or any other number for emergencies , depending on your country. ) , EVEN if you think you can remove the piece yourself. That way , the ambulance will IMMEDIATELY be dispatched ( since the receptionist will be met with silence( you cannot speak.))  and thus send someone right away. You have to call with a HOMEPHONE , and the adress will immediately display on the receptionist’s screen. 

This is a way to prevent that you loose consciousness if you cannot dislodge the piece and not having called help of any kind. 

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Tips taught at first aid class : A person in Hypothermia will STOP shivering while a person having a Hyperthermia will STOP sweating. 

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Tips taught at first aid class : If you have an asthma attack and have no medication on you. Drink a cup of BLACK coffee, it is a bronchodilator for emergencies. 

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Tips taught at first aid class: Burns from abuse are very delimited , they end drastically on the skin  with a very clear delimitation and sometimes take the shape of objects.  Accidental burn are ” in layer” and goes from first degree to second degree on the skin.  ( since children have the reflex to immediately remove the surface in contact with hot things, ) 

abuse are very delimited because the parents will KEEP the surface in contact and thus a very clear delimitation is formed. 

if such thing is noticed, immediately call the police or child protection services.

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I had my last first-aid classes yesterday for ” first-responder assistance”  and the teacher told us that once he had to answer a call from parents pretending their children accidently landed on a hot oven… 

….when he got there, the entire lower half of the children was second degree burn and he had to call the police because it ended up being the PARENTS that dipped their child in BOILING WATER in the bathtub…. ( the type of burn from abuse is very easily identified compared to accidental burn. ) 

sometimes I can’t believe the atrocity that is humanity…

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exitpursuedbyasloth:

Hey, you know what other awesome thing was in SPN’s 9x18?

A complete lack of forced, creepy, and vaguely-to-intensely misogynistic heteronormalization of either Dean or Cas!

Good job, Supernatural, you got through a whole gosh-darn episode without it! And that’s like, what, only the second time this has happened this season? Did Robbie get a little visit from the Lack of Heteronormativity Unicorn, who blessed his script with it’s golden horn? I THINK HE DID!


Anonymous asked: "Sorry for asking but what does a Holter monitor do?"

"In medicine, a Holter monitor (often simply "Holter" or occasionally ambulatory electrocardiography device) is a portable device for continuously monitoring various electrical activity of the cardiovascular system for at least 24 hours (often for two weeks at a time).

The Holter’s most common use is for monitoring heart activity (electrocardiography or ECG), but it can also be used for monitoring brain activity (electroencephalography or EEG) or arterial pressure. Its extended recording period is sometimes useful for observing occasional cardiac arrhythmias or epileptic events which would be difficult to identify in a shorter period of time. For patients having more transient symptoms, a cardiac event monitor which can be worn for a month or more can be used.

When used for the heart, (much like standard electrocardiography) the Holter monitor records electrical signals from the heart via a series of electrodes attached to the chest. Electrodes are placed over bones to minimize artifacts from muscular activity. The number and position of electrodes varies by model, but most Holter monitors employ between three and eight. These electrodes are connected to a small piece of equipment that is attached to the patient’s belt or hung around the neck, and is responsible for keeping a log of the heart’s electrical activity throughout the recording period.”

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Any more questions? Feel free to ask!

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You look like a Mob Boss ordering a Hit

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byakko-sama asked: "OMG!! what happened? you're too young to have to use a holter cardiac monitor. My mom had to use that once, she is 55. Why you? D:"

;A; I know I’m too young, when I was in the cardiology department , EVERYBODY was staring at me with eyes that were saying : what the hell are you doing here? You’re 23! ”  and the nurse was like : that’s the first young patient I have . 

weird feeling… and quite sad too. 

but yeah, cardiac problems at 23 are never a good thing nor are they common…

I think it’s maybe due to the fact I was born 2 month earlier than supposed , my twin sister and I both have cardiac problems.  I’m still waiting for the results…

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I took a silly picture last time I had an holter cardiac monitor so let&#8217;s continue the tradition.

I took a silly picture last time I had an holter cardiac monitor so let’s continue the tradition.

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