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16 February 2025 @ 10:26 pm


In the interests of being better organised, here is the link to my fanfic.net page where every fanfic I have ever written is listed in chronological order.

http://www.fanfiction.net/u/2384416/Dizzo

Most of these fics have appeared over here at one time or another, but it's hard to keep track of them, so I'm very happy to sit back and let FF.net do the work for me :)


 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
15 January 2019 @ 06:46 pm
Day 14 - In your own space, talk about what you think the future holds for fandom. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.

What does the future hold for fandom? 

Honestly, I have no idea.   Fandom constantly ebbs and flows, and at the moment, it's going through a bit of a purple patch.  It seems to be about as mainstream as it ever has been.  I don't think there's any one reason for this, but a combination of factors such as an increasing range of platforms in social media, top drawer genre shows such as Game of Thrones that appeal to all sections of society, a succession of blockbuster fantasy/sci fi franchises over recent years such as LoTR, The Hobbit, Harry Potter, Star Wars prequels and sequels, Star Trek Reboots, the Marvel and DC universes etc, and popular shows such as The Big Bang Theory that make geekiness 'cool'.

This acceptance is a great thing.  For too long, 'fans' have been tarred with the nerd brush, and have often been regarded with anything ranging from amusement to pity by the 'normals' in society.  Now, fans can step out and wear their fandom with pride.  Fandom no longer feels like an underground movement, but what it mustn't do is become too normal.

The whole joy of fandom is that it's quirky.  It's a place of individuality, creativity and whimsy, and it needs to keep that essence to appeal to the people - the fans - that make it.  It needs to keep that edge of geekiness to exist.

So, my hope for fandom's future is a balance.   That it continues to find the acceptance that it has been receiving, and in so doing, it continues to grow and flourish.  Conversely, I also hope that it remains the haven of eccentricity and unconventionality that we all love and value so dearly.

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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
13 January 2019 @ 05:46 pm
Day 13 - In your own space, set some goals for the coming year. They can be fannish or not, public or private. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.

Last year as a direct outcome of the Snowflake challenge, I set myself a number of goals, both fandom and real life goals, which I ended up putting myself under quite a lot of pressure to achieve.  Out of all of them, there were two goals which I failed to achieve.

The first of those was to lose some weight and get a bit fitter ... mainly because I have no willpower ( !! ) and because last year was a very sociable, big birthday year, so dieting - or any kind of long-term healthy eating - was just a bit of a lost cause 

The second was to do something for a good cause which didn't just involve donating money.  I'd actually signed up for a Pretty Muddy fun run/assault course in aid of cancer research, but I'd barely even started to train for it when my well-documented fractured shoulder happened and subsequent doctors orders put the kibosh on any assault course plans!

So, I'm going to set myself those two goals for this year. Nothing else, just focussing on those two things because they are both interlinked, and if I achieve one, I can achieve the other.

As an aside, I would like to write more fandom words (30,250) than I did last year, but I'm not putting myself under pressure to do that - and hopefully the words will flow as a result, I'll just keep that as 'a nice thing to do'.
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
12 January 2019 @ 07:26 pm
It's a little bit late in the day, but I want to add my voice to the throng wishing the happiest of happies to our lovely milly_gal

Here's a bit of Moosey magnificence for you - I hope your day is equally magnificent my lovely friend!!

 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
12 January 2019 @ 06:30 pm
If anyone wants to send anything to jj1564, just let me know and I can let you have the posting details!
 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
12 January 2019 @ 06:09 pm
Day 12 - In your own space, create your own challenge. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.

My challenge is to spread the love and security of fandom to the real world.  Make someone smile each and every day.  It takes so little to brighten someone's day; a 'good morning', a 'thank you', a 'how are you?' Just the tiniest gesture can give someone's day a lift.


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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
12 January 2019 @ 11:33 am
Day 11 - In your own space, talk about your creative process(es) — anything from the initial inspiration to how you feel after something’s done. Do you struggle with motivation or is it a smooth process? Do you have any tricks up your sleeve to pull out when a fanwork isn’t cooperating? What is your level of planning to pantsing/winging it? Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.

As an artist and author within fandom, I don't really have that much of a 'process' in either case.  I suppose I'm a 'winging it' sort of person.  Generally, I'm a 'linear' writer; I'm not one of these people who can have three or four WIPS on the go at the same time.  If I start a story, I have to work through it and finish it before I can start the next one.

When I write a longer story, I weave a loose story plot in my head, which I may or may not put down on paper/screen.  Once the story is finished, however, it has elements of my loose plot, but quite often, it's deviated or expanded to an extent that the initial plot is barely even noticeable!  I sometimes struggle with plot ideas, and my muse isn't always the most co-operative, which is why I enjoy story challenges because the prompts help  me enormously.

I always write in the Summergen challenge over on LiveJournal, and because I love to write humour, spn_bigpretzel is a community that promotes 'the sunnier side of Supernatural' and affords lots of story challenges where humour fits the bill perfectly.

I don't tend to use betas; but I do carry out several read-throughs on a story.  When I've finished writing, I call that my 'rough finish', then as I read through, I pick up typos, poor wording, spelling and punctuation errors, maybe even something big like a plot hole.  Depending on the length of the story, this can go through several stages of polishing, and I tend to keep several hours between each read through, otherwise the repetition blunts my concentration and can blind me to anything I need to see.

I have to have complete silence when I write, I find it very hard to have any other kind of distraction.

Conversely, when I draw or create digital art, I like a bit of background noise; music or TV, I really don't mind.

With digital art, once I have a plan in my mind, the hardest part for me is finding reference pictures to use in my artwork.  The tools I use for digital arting are GIMP and Picmonkey.

With traditional art, the part I find most difficult and least satisfying is drawing out the initial outline.  However, this is the most important part of the picture - like building a house; if your foundations are weak, your house will look crooked, and will probably fall down!

Once the initial outline is drawn out, I trace it through onto the paper for the final picture.  My medium of choice is pastel pencils, and I love working on a dark or black background.  I use a paper with a slight tooth for the pastel work, such as Ingres or Mi-Teintes which are specifically designed for pastel use.

When I can crack on with the shading and contouring of the picture, that's when my real love of what I do takes over, and I can lose myself for hours working on turning that plain pencil line into a real picture with texture, form and - hopefully - character.

If a piece of artwork I'm working on isn't working out, I try to salvage it.  In couple of instances that has worked but generally if my 'gut' is telling me it doesn't look right, I abandon it, walk away for a day or two then start again.

In between times, I like to fill up my time writing drabbles for a couple of weekly challenges I take part in.  Drabbles are such a fantastic little brain trainer, and often my drive to and from work is a good opportunity for thinking up ideas.











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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
11 January 2019 @ 09:29 pm
Day 10 - Create a fanwork. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.


Unfortunately I missed yesterday as my work day spilled over into my home evening, but tonight, I've had the chance to catch up for day 10 with a multi-purpose fanwork!





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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
11 January 2019 @ 06:58 pm
Hey gang!
I'm posting on behalf of our lovely Miss jj1564

As many of you may know, she's been poorly since well before Christmas, and combined with her long-standing health issues, this has left her weakened to the point that her mobility has suffered.

A couple of days ago she was admitted to hospital for some respite/rehabilitation care, but she is having some technical issues in her hospital room, not least of which is that she can't get on to Livejournal!

It looks like she's probably going to be in hospital for at least a week, and she has asked me to pass on the following message to you all:

Everyone at the hospital is really kind and helpful, and she's seen the Occupational Therapist and the Physio who are going to start gently to help her build up her weakened core muscles  She says thank you to everyone for their kind messages of support; she really appreciates them and she's going to reply once she's got her technical hitch sorted out.

If any of you would like to contact JJ, you can get in touch with a PM, or pass a message onto me and I will be sure to pass everything on to JJ.

And finally, because JJ is an awesome person, she even asked me to treat you all with a nice picture of Dean (hang on, is there any other kind of picture of Dean??)

So, with love from JJ, have some tongue porn ...

 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
10 January 2019 @ 08:19 pm
I don't have anything important or profound to say today, so I thought I would impart a funny little moment that happened on my drive to work this morning ...

Mr D and I were talking about our late friend, Steve last night. (Many of you may remember my previous posts about Steve who passed away last summer after a long and brave battle against cancer).

We'd found some old photos on his laptop and were having a laugh looking through them.  That train of thought must have carried through to this morning because while I was on my way to work, sitting in a queue of traffic, my mind began to wander (well, something had to, the bloody car wasn't going anywhere), and I found myself thinking about good times with Steve.

Then I felt myself start to get a little teary.  So I allowed myself a 'moment,'  then I decided; 'right, traffic's moving again.  I need to clean myself up because I'll be at work in ten minutes.'

So, I was sure that I had a little travel pack of tissues in my bag, which was sitting beside me on the passenger seat of my car, and I rummaged blindly in the bag, feeling for them, until evenutally my hand grasped something small and vaguely rectangular wrapped in crinkly sellophane.

I triumphantly withdrew apparent tissue pack from the bag, only to find it was, in fact, an individual, shrink-wrapped chicken fillet that I was taking for my lunch.

I grumbled to myself; "oh FFS!  I can't wipe my nose on a bloody chicken fillet!!"

Then the sheer absurdity of what I said hit me, and within a second I went from wistful sniffling to giggling uncontrollably.

It occurred to me that that's exactly the kind of thing that would have tickled Steve; in fact, he'd probably have gone off and written a limerick about it or something.

And I never did find any tissues - still, I guess that's what sleeves are for - right?
 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
09 January 2019 @ 08:02 pm
Day 9 - Commit an Act of Kindness. In your own space, share what you’ve done, talk about what you’ve done, or simply leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.



This isn't something I was planning to make public, so I will be deliberately vague, but I guess it fits the bill for today' challenge!

I have a very dear friend who has been poorly for a while, so yesterday I sent her a surprise bouquet.


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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
08 January 2019 @ 08:00 pm
Day 8 - In your own space, post self-recs for at least three fanworks that you created.

I love writing Supernatural fanfic, and have several hundred drabbles and short one-shots to my name.  I especially love creating works that have a touch of the absurd, or that are a little 'off the wall'.  After all, our show isn't exactly what you'd call conventional!

So I've decided to rec four of my very short stories/drabbles which I think fall into that category.  I had lots of fun writing these; I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed creating them!

EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE ONE

BARD DAY AT BLACK ROCK

THE WATCHER

THE CAR'S THE STAR
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
07 January 2019 @ 07:51 pm
Day 7 - Stretch yourself a little and try something new. Go play in a new fandom or with a new pairing. Try working in a new medium. Or check out some fanworks that are new to you.

I've always been active solely in the Supernatural fandom, however in October last year, I travelled to Paris to go to a convention for the TV show, Spartacus. In terms of conventions dedicated to just one show, this was the first non-Supernatural con I'd ever been to, and I had a great time. Going to the convention also prompted me to do some fan art for the actors to autograph, such as the examples below:




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Seeing today's challenge has prompted me to explore some Spartacus fanfiction, and I have a couple of promising fics downloaded onto my e-reader, I'm looking forward to getting started!


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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
06 January 2019 @ 07:24 pm
Day 6 - In your own space, create a list of at least three fannish things you'd love to receive, something you've wanted but were afraid to ask for - a fannish wish-list of sorts. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your wish-list if you feel comfortable doing so. Maybe someone will grant a wish. Check out other people's posts. Maybe you will grant a wish. If any wishes are granted, we'd love it if you link them to this post.


My fandom wishes:

I'm always in the market for banners for my stories.  I've made a lot of banners myself, but there's nothing to compare seeing someone else's creative take on your work.  Stories I'd particularly love banners for are:
Dreams to Reality
Good Samaritan
The Hunters' New Clothes
An Angel's Guide to Partying


I'd love to receive any recs for good long Jensen-centric J2 stories, particularly ones with a good dollop of hurt/comfort and/or relationship building. Humour is cool, and always appreciated too.  Along the lines of The Play Nice Proviso or Just One Breath (in case there's just one left).  Gen or Slash, I don't mind!


I would love to give a good, loving home to any plot bunnies for gen Dean-centric fics.  
Casefics, hurt/comfort, and/or humour plots would be particularly appreciated by my muse!







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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
06 January 2019 @ 05:54 pm
So Christmas decorations are down and I finally get the chance to collect all my fandom cards in one place.
I'm so overwhelmed with all my lovely cards and their adorable messages, pictures, poems and/or cute little inserted gifts!  I hope I've included everyone's cards here, if not, let me know.

A huge thank you (in no particular order) to stellamira, andiivalo, jj1564, amberdreams, herminekurotowa, deanshot, fairyniamh, sillie82, heavenli24, sasha_dragon, meazrael_64, julchen11, xlittleangx, theymp, supernutjapan, kiramaru7, dean_hugs_sammy, jdl71 and also Wendy, Alison, Viana, Jacq, Malou, and Stephanie (not on Livejournal)


 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
06 January 2019 @ 02:34 pm
One of my non-fandom friends posted this on Facebook earlier.




ALL TOGETHER NOW ...

 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
05 January 2019 @ 09:18 pm
2018 was a very significant year for me.  As you are all no doubt aware, and sick of hearing about, this was a milestone year for me.  I turned 50 in April, and my plan was to make this milestone year a year to remember.  I had a number of plans and special events planned, some fandom-related and some not.


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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
05 January 2019 @ 06:40 pm
 

Day 5 - In your own space, promote three communities, challenges, blogs, pages, Twitters, Tumblrs or platforms and explain why you love them

spn_summergen


This is an anonymous, prompt-based fanworks exchange challenge which runs every summer on Livejournal, and always attracts a huge number of participants.  There are a lot of challenges within the Supernatural fandom which focus on slash fiction and art and produce some great works.  These represent probably the majority of fanworks within the fandom.  Summergen, however, is different because it focusses solely on gen fiction and art.  Every year it produces a truly amazing array of gen fanworks; hurt/comfort, crack, angst, drama ... it runs the whole gamut of fan creativity and the standard of work it produces really is top drawer.  I've taken part for the last five years as an author, and it's always been a fandom highlight of my Summer.

 
Snowflake Challenge

There's no need to introduce this challenge here, but I genuinely do enjoy it; it's such a positive way to start the new year.  I always meet one or two new online friends through this challenge, and every year, it almost feels like pressing a reset button; an annual reinforcement of why I Iove fandom, and why I feel so lucky to have found it.

spn_on_parade

Please forgive my indulgence because this is a community on Livejournal that I co-mod and that is very dear to my heart.

The Parade started out of very simple beginnings: three ladies, a lot of Pop Funko dolls and a healthy disregard for social norms.

In 2014, I and a couple of friends had been making little comic strips with our Funkos (otherwise known as 'minis') just to amuse each other, and we decided to start up an online community where we could keep our works in one place.  Plus we thought if we could make a couple of people smile along the way, then everyone's a winner!  

Since then, the community has gained over 120 members who watch, and often join in the madness at this little bucket o' crazy.  With regular features such as Guess the Episode, Cooking with Crowley and a Caption Competition, the mini madness just keeps rolling on, making the Parade one of the cutest and friendliest corners of LiveJournal.


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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
04 January 2019 @ 10:18 pm
Day 4 - Comment to someone you haven't ever interacted with before or introduce yourself to someone you've interacted with and friend/follow them.

I've corresponded on Dreamwidth with another user who commented on one of my Snowflake posts - her icon of Patrick Stewart drew me to her, and of course she is a big Patrick Stewart fan.  As as Mr D and I are marathoning Star Trek TNG at the moment, it  seems like a nice timely coincidence!

And in other news, here's Jensen looking thoughtful and gorgeous!


Credit as per watermark

 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
03 January 2019 @ 07:35 pm
Day 3 - In your own space, share a favorite piece of original canon (a TV episode, a song, a favorite interview, a book, a scene from a movie, etc) and explain why you love it so much.

There are many things I love about Supernatural. I could wax lyrical about it ad nauseum, but for the purposes of today’s Snowflake task, I’m going to discuss one of my favourite pieces of canon which is Dean’s subtly understated intelligence.

Throughout the show, Sam is generally regarded as the brain, whereas Dean is seen as the brawn. That’s not to say that Sam isn’t, indeed, intimidatingly intelligent, because he absolutely is, but across fourteen seasons of our show, we occasionally see glimpses of Dean’s formidable brainpower as well.

I’m talking about the Dean that rebuilt the Impala from the ground up; who made his own sawn-off shotgun in sixth grade; who has an almost encyclopaedic knowledge of the Wild West; who reads Vonnegut; who built an EMF meter out of an old Walkman and who effortlessly disabled the burglar alarm at old Gert’s fancy cocktail party.

Time and again Dean proves his intellectual mettle by quoting lore off the top of his head and thinking on his feet to solve a problem or a tricky situation.

It’s also canon that Dean didn’t do well at school. He refers to himself as a 'high school drop-out'. However, history as shown us that not excelling at school is no reliable indicator of lack of intelligence – Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Richard Branson, anybody?

I believe there are several reasons for his apparent failure at school. The first of which was the boys’ upbringing. How could Dean possibly have the incentive, or even the energy, to study, when he was too busy being mother, father and brother to Sam? Secondly, Dean’s particularly practical, problem-solving, street-smart form of intelligence isn’t necessarily one that would have the opportunity to flourish in a more academic environment. Finally, I think Dean is so proud of Sam’s academic accomplishments, he’s happy to see himself as ‘the dumb one’ so Sam’s intellectual prowess is always showcased. That, in itself, would be such a ‘Dean thing to do.

So yes, I love our goofy, daft-as-a-brush Dean with his low aspirations, his questionable table manners and his hilariously random pop culture references; but it just makes my little heart flutter with joy every now and again when we get a glimpse at that great big brain behind that handsome face!







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02 January 2019 @ 07:19 pm
Day 2 - Rec at least three fanworks that you didn't create

For this challenge, I decided to raid my favourites list on my Fanfiction.net account.  These fics are mostly older ones, representing a fairly broad cross-section of genres, and are written by authors who are not prominent or no longer active in the Supernatural fandom.  However, that aside, I believe they still deserve plenty of love and appreciation!

The Users Guide to Supernatural Characters by Homeric, September 2009
This is one of the first fanfictions I ever read after discovering the Supernatural fandom.  I remember crying with laughter at the brilliant and scarily accurate descriptions in the technical manuals for our lovely boys, It was one of many reasons why I enjoy writing humour so much in my fics, because I love the thought of someone reacting to my stories the way I reacted to this!

Double Whammy by Vanessa Sgroi, July 2007
A very enjoyable humour and hurt/comfort story from a great author who went on to become a dear friend.  Not for the squeamish, as the summary suggests: 'Two men, two cases of food poisoning, one toilet'. :D

A Fresh Twist to a Knot which I do not wish to untie by Mousme, September 2010
This is a very unique take on an Mpreg, which manages at the same time to be bittersweet, angsty, cracky and full of delicious hurt/comfort.  

Letting Go by Snchills - May 2016
WARNING: DEATH!FIC.  This was one of the first and only deathfics I ever read.  It takes place after the events of 'Faith' and centres around what would have happened if Dean hadn't been healed.  I can only read it very rarely, because it affected me on a very profound level, and was the reason why I will never, EVER, read a death!fic in the office during my lunchbreak at work again! 

I hope these fics bring you as much pleasure as they have to me over the years.


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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
01 January 2019 @ 08:52 pm
Mr D found this little article on the BBC website today, and it's about a German new year obsession with a very short, obscure English/German film.  It's not something either of us have ever heard of and it seems like a really cute, fun little story.

We were just curious about how much truth there is in the story, (I mean, this is the internet after all!)  So I thought I'd ask the people really in the know!  Is this something any of you are aware of, or that you take part in?  I'd love to know :)
 
 
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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
01 January 2019 @ 04:55 pm
Day 1

In your own space, talk about your Happy Place—the things that give you joy, calms you or keeps you sane. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.

My happiest happy place is at conventions, or meeting up with my fandom friends.  These are the times and places where I feel like I am surrounded by people who 'get' me, and I don't ever feel like I have to put up any shutters or pretence.  I feel like I can truly be 'me'.

Also, there is a nice coffee shop in the village where I live, which turns into a wine bar on Friday evenings.  This is where Mr Dizzo and I go after work on Fridays to reconnect, and chill out over a glass of wine and some delicious antipasti.  It's our ritual to mark the end of our working week.  It's where we go to just be together and chat; no TV, no laptops, no phones … just us.




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Dizzojay's Dean Dreams
So here we are, 31st December, the end of the year.

It's been an eventful year both globally, and for many of us, on an individual level.  I'm so glad to have been able to share my year wiith you all, and to have had the privilege of sharing yours.

Of course, we also had the privilege of sharing the year wth someone else.  Or three other people to be precise.  And so, here, as my final post of 2018, is the story of an amazing year told through the medium of Jensen (with sterling assistance from Jared and Misha).

Before we proceed to the pretty, all that remains is for me to wish all my love and best wishes to you and yours for the new year.  To all you beautiful and creative peeps that bless my F/list, tomorrow is the first page of a 365-page book; I wish you a bestseller in 2019!
xx


So, 2018 has seen Supernatural hit its 14th season, and the filming of our 300th episode.  It's seen our boys on chat shows, magazine covers and at all sorts of events,  It's seen them running marathons, running beer companies and making public information films.  In between all that, they seem to have been more active on social media this year than ever before.

It's no wonder Jensen needs to get ready for bed, and get a bit of rest!






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