oodyssey
hello yes this is blog
oodyssey
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mausspace:

the dog and cat on this packaging are so gone 
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carniccity:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

littlebitofallonsy:

He’s waited so long. In the dark. And the cold. And the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot. With blood. And pain.

This is, literally, one of the best episodes in new Who. Everything about it was so smartly written. I know when we think of creep factor in DW, we tend to always think of Moffat, but this was one of the few non-Moffat antagonists that seriously scared the shit out of me.This thing is ancient…it had been there for who knows how long, just waiting, biding its time. Who knows how many identities it has stolen in its life time…and it’s so powerful it could even “steal the voice” of a Time Lord. Mind you, not only does this thing “steal someone’s voice”, it shows a clear capability to actually learn. This thing is learning as the episode progresses, creating a sync with whatever organism it encounters while it learns to mimic it, and mimic its thoughts, and possibly learn to think like said organism at a quicker speed. This creature, literally, became the Doctor for a brief moment and began to think faster than him.There’s never even an explanation of what this thing is. You never even get to see it. It’s this entity, this thing. I can’t begin to explain how fucking brilliant this episode was. People can hate RTD all they want, but this episode was masterful. I’d say this thing, which is never even named, stands as probably the absolute fucking creepiest antagonist in the new series, followed really closely by the Silence and the ancient entity in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.There are also a lot of complaints about the way Davis writes the 10th Doctor and how arrogant he is, and I think this is one of the few episodes where his arrogance nearly gets him killed. This thing only took over his voice because he just had to tell everyone in the room how clever he was.This isn’t even taking into account that the entire episode was told in one set. They never leave the shuttle bus  It was nerve wrecking, and a brilliant decision. This is one of the reasons why I think series four of new Who is one of the absolute best in the new series overall.

ironically enough, this was a scrapped idea from the old series. It’s so cool.
carniccity:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

littlebitofallonsy:

He’s waited so long. In the dark. And the cold. And the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot. With blood. And pain.

This is, literally, one of the best episodes in new Who. Everything about it was so smartly written. I know when we think of creep factor in DW, we tend to always think of Moffat, but this was one of the few non-Moffat antagonists that seriously scared the shit out of me.This thing is ancient…it had been there for who knows how long, just waiting, biding its time. Who knows how many identities it has stolen in its life time…and it’s so powerful it could even “steal the voice” of a Time Lord. Mind you, not only does this thing “steal someone’s voice”, it shows a clear capability to actually learn. This thing is learning as the episode progresses, creating a sync with whatever organism it encounters while it learns to mimic it, and mimic its thoughts, and possibly learn to think like said organism at a quicker speed. This creature, literally, became the Doctor for a brief moment and began to think faster than him.There’s never even an explanation of what this thing is. You never even get to see it. It’s this entity, this thing. I can’t begin to explain how fucking brilliant this episode was. People can hate RTD all they want, but this episode was masterful. I’d say this thing, which is never even named, stands as probably the absolute fucking creepiest antagonist in the new series, followed really closely by the Silence and the ancient entity in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.There are also a lot of complaints about the way Davis writes the 10th Doctor and how arrogant he is, and I think this is one of the few episodes where his arrogance nearly gets him killed. This thing only took over his voice because he just had to tell everyone in the room how clever he was.This isn’t even taking into account that the entire episode was told in one set. They never leave the shuttle bus  It was nerve wrecking, and a brilliant decision. This is one of the reasons why I think series four of new Who is one of the absolute best in the new series overall.

ironically enough, this was a scrapped idea from the old series. It’s so cool.
carniccity:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

littlebitofallonsy:

He’s waited so long. In the dark. And the cold. And the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot. With blood. And pain.

This is, literally, one of the best episodes in new Who. Everything about it was so smartly written. I know when we think of creep factor in DW, we tend to always think of Moffat, but this was one of the few non-Moffat antagonists that seriously scared the shit out of me.This thing is ancient…it had been there for who knows how long, just waiting, biding its time. Who knows how many identities it has stolen in its life time…and it’s so powerful it could even “steal the voice” of a Time Lord. Mind you, not only does this thing “steal someone’s voice”, it shows a clear capability to actually learn. This thing is learning as the episode progresses, creating a sync with whatever organism it encounters while it learns to mimic it, and mimic its thoughts, and possibly learn to think like said organism at a quicker speed. This creature, literally, became the Doctor for a brief moment and began to think faster than him.There’s never even an explanation of what this thing is. You never even get to see it. It’s this entity, this thing. I can’t begin to explain how fucking brilliant this episode was. People can hate RTD all they want, but this episode was masterful. I’d say this thing, which is never even named, stands as probably the absolute fucking creepiest antagonist in the new series, followed really closely by the Silence and the ancient entity in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.There are also a lot of complaints about the way Davis writes the 10th Doctor and how arrogant he is, and I think this is one of the few episodes where his arrogance nearly gets him killed. This thing only took over his voice because he just had to tell everyone in the room how clever he was.This isn’t even taking into account that the entire episode was told in one set. They never leave the shuttle bus  It was nerve wrecking, and a brilliant decision. This is one of the reasons why I think series four of new Who is one of the absolute best in the new series overall.

ironically enough, this was a scrapped idea from the old series. It’s so cool.
carniccity:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

littlebitofallonsy:

He’s waited so long. In the dark. And the cold. And the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot. With blood. And pain.

This is, literally, one of the best episodes in new Who. Everything about it was so smartly written. I know when we think of creep factor in DW, we tend to always think of Moffat, but this was one of the few non-Moffat antagonists that seriously scared the shit out of me.This thing is ancient…it had been there for who knows how long, just waiting, biding its time. Who knows how many identities it has stolen in its life time…and it’s so powerful it could even “steal the voice” of a Time Lord. Mind you, not only does this thing “steal someone’s voice”, it shows a clear capability to actually learn. This thing is learning as the episode progresses, creating a sync with whatever organism it encounters while it learns to mimic it, and mimic its thoughts, and possibly learn to think like said organism at a quicker speed. This creature, literally, became the Doctor for a brief moment and began to think faster than him.There’s never even an explanation of what this thing is. You never even get to see it. It’s this entity, this thing. I can’t begin to explain how fucking brilliant this episode was. People can hate RTD all they want, but this episode was masterful. I’d say this thing, which is never even named, stands as probably the absolute fucking creepiest antagonist in the new series, followed really closely by the Silence and the ancient entity in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.There are also a lot of complaints about the way Davis writes the 10th Doctor and how arrogant he is, and I think this is one of the few episodes where his arrogance nearly gets him killed. This thing only took over his voice because he just had to tell everyone in the room how clever he was.This isn’t even taking into account that the entire episode was told in one set. They never leave the shuttle bus  It was nerve wrecking, and a brilliant decision. This is one of the reasons why I think series four of new Who is one of the absolute best in the new series overall.

ironically enough, this was a scrapped idea from the old series. It’s so cool.
carniccity:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

littlebitofallonsy:

He’s waited so long. In the dark. And the cold. And the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot. With blood. And pain.

This is, literally, one of the best episodes in new Who. Everything about it was so smartly written. I know when we think of creep factor in DW, we tend to always think of Moffat, but this was one of the few non-Moffat antagonists that seriously scared the shit out of me.This thing is ancient…it had been there for who knows how long, just waiting, biding its time. Who knows how many identities it has stolen in its life time…and it’s so powerful it could even “steal the voice” of a Time Lord. Mind you, not only does this thing “steal someone’s voice”, it shows a clear capability to actually learn. This thing is learning as the episode progresses, creating a sync with whatever organism it encounters while it learns to mimic it, and mimic its thoughts, and possibly learn to think like said organism at a quicker speed. This creature, literally, became the Doctor for a brief moment and began to think faster than him.There’s never even an explanation of what this thing is. You never even get to see it. It’s this entity, this thing. I can’t begin to explain how fucking brilliant this episode was. People can hate RTD all they want, but this episode was masterful. I’d say this thing, which is never even named, stands as probably the absolute fucking creepiest antagonist in the new series, followed really closely by the Silence and the ancient entity in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.There are also a lot of complaints about the way Davis writes the 10th Doctor and how arrogant he is, and I think this is one of the few episodes where his arrogance nearly gets him killed. This thing only took over his voice because he just had to tell everyone in the room how clever he was.This isn’t even taking into account that the entire episode was told in one set. They never leave the shuttle bus  It was nerve wrecking, and a brilliant decision. This is one of the reasons why I think series four of new Who is one of the absolute best in the new series overall.

ironically enough, this was a scrapped idea from the old series. It’s so cool.
carniccity:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

littlebitofallonsy:

He’s waited so long. In the dark. And the cold. And the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot. With blood. And pain.

This is, literally, one of the best episodes in new Who. Everything about it was so smartly written. I know when we think of creep factor in DW, we tend to always think of Moffat, but this was one of the few non-Moffat antagonists that seriously scared the shit out of me.This thing is ancient…it had been there for who knows how long, just waiting, biding its time. Who knows how many identities it has stolen in its life time…and it’s so powerful it could even “steal the voice” of a Time Lord. Mind you, not only does this thing “steal someone’s voice”, it shows a clear capability to actually learn. This thing is learning as the episode progresses, creating a sync with whatever organism it encounters while it learns to mimic it, and mimic its thoughts, and possibly learn to think like said organism at a quicker speed. This creature, literally, became the Doctor for a brief moment and began to think faster than him.There’s never even an explanation of what this thing is. You never even get to see it. It’s this entity, this thing. I can’t begin to explain how fucking brilliant this episode was. People can hate RTD all they want, but this episode was masterful. I’d say this thing, which is never even named, stands as probably the absolute fucking creepiest antagonist in the new series, followed really closely by the Silence and the ancient entity in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.There are also a lot of complaints about the way Davis writes the 10th Doctor and how arrogant he is, and I think this is one of the few episodes where his arrogance nearly gets him killed. This thing only took over his voice because he just had to tell everyone in the room how clever he was.This isn’t even taking into account that the entire episode was told in one set. They never leave the shuttle bus  It was nerve wrecking, and a brilliant decision. This is one of the reasons why I think series four of new Who is one of the absolute best in the new series overall.

ironically enough, this was a scrapped idea from the old series. It’s so cool.
carniccity:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

littlebitofallonsy:

He’s waited so long. In the dark. And the cold. And the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot. With blood. And pain.

This is, literally, one of the best episodes in new Who. Everything about it was so smartly written. I know when we think of creep factor in DW, we tend to always think of Moffat, but this was one of the few non-Moffat antagonists that seriously scared the shit out of me.This thing is ancient…it had been there for who knows how long, just waiting, biding its time. Who knows how many identities it has stolen in its life time…and it’s so powerful it could even “steal the voice” of a Time Lord. Mind you, not only does this thing “steal someone’s voice”, it shows a clear capability to actually learn. This thing is learning as the episode progresses, creating a sync with whatever organism it encounters while it learns to mimic it, and mimic its thoughts, and possibly learn to think like said organism at a quicker speed. This creature, literally, became the Doctor for a brief moment and began to think faster than him.There’s never even an explanation of what this thing is. You never even get to see it. It’s this entity, this thing. I can’t begin to explain how fucking brilliant this episode was. People can hate RTD all they want, but this episode was masterful. I’d say this thing, which is never even named, stands as probably the absolute fucking creepiest antagonist in the new series, followed really closely by the Silence and the ancient entity in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.There are also a lot of complaints about the way Davis writes the 10th Doctor and how arrogant he is, and I think this is one of the few episodes where his arrogance nearly gets him killed. This thing only took over his voice because he just had to tell everyone in the room how clever he was.This isn’t even taking into account that the entire episode was told in one set. They never leave the shuttle bus  It was nerve wrecking, and a brilliant decision. This is one of the reasons why I think series four of new Who is one of the absolute best in the new series overall.

ironically enough, this was a scrapped idea from the old series. It’s so cool.
carniccity:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

littlebitofallonsy:

He’s waited so long. In the dark. And the cold. And the diamonds. Until you came. Bodies so hot. With blood. And pain.

This is, literally, one of the best episodes in new Who. Everything about it was so smartly written. I know when we think of creep factor in DW, we tend to always think of Moffat, but this was one of the few non-Moffat antagonists that seriously scared the shit out of me.This thing is ancient…it had been there for who knows how long, just waiting, biding its time. Who knows how many identities it has stolen in its life time…and it’s so powerful it could even “steal the voice” of a Time Lord. Mind you, not only does this thing “steal someone’s voice”, it shows a clear capability to actually learn. This thing is learning as the episode progresses, creating a sync with whatever organism it encounters while it learns to mimic it, and mimic its thoughts, and possibly learn to think like said organism at a quicker speed. This creature, literally, became the Doctor for a brief moment and began to think faster than him.There’s never even an explanation of what this thing is. You never even get to see it. It’s this entity, this thing. I can’t begin to explain how fucking brilliant this episode was. People can hate RTD all they want, but this episode was masterful. I’d say this thing, which is never even named, stands as probably the absolute fucking creepiest antagonist in the new series, followed really closely by the Silence and the ancient entity in The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit.There are also a lot of complaints about the way Davis writes the 10th Doctor and how arrogant he is, and I think this is one of the few episodes where his arrogance nearly gets him killed. This thing only took over his voice because he just had to tell everyone in the room how clever he was.This isn’t even taking into account that the entire episode was told in one set. They never leave the shuttle bus  It was nerve wrecking, and a brilliant decision. This is one of the reasons why I think series four of new Who is one of the absolute best in the new series overall.

ironically enough, this was a scrapped idea from the old series. It’s so cool.
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assbutts-in-purgatory:

cumberbitch-freebitch:

thesleepingsoldier:

missing-misha:




Things you should know about Misha Collins 
His full name is Dmitri Tippens Krushnic. 
He’s from Greenfield, Massachusetts.
He married his high school sweetheart.
He built his wife a house.
They made each other personalized rings.
He has a BA in Social Theory.
He used to play the saxophone when he was younger, but he lost his stuff when their house burned down, and then he wasn’t able to get another one. [x]
A 300 years old maple tree fell in his mother’s yard so he made a bed out of it for his girlfriend.
He once got arrested because he went to read a book on top of a bank because he needed better lighting.
He likes green tea and kale.
He has (or probably had) two turtles.
He wore a turtle costume to his first Halloween party. It was a negative experience for him because it was handmade and done in a way he had to crawl on all four in order to move.
He smells like watermelons and cinnamon (according to people who met him)
He has spent several months in seclusion in monasteries in Tibet.
He is a certified lifeguard, EMT, and motorcyclist.
He has slept in an igloo.
He kayaks, snowboards, bycycle tours, and runs. 
After a devastating forest fire in Los Angeles that killed an innocent tree, Misha and a band of visionary renegades gave it the Christian burial it deserves by planting it illegally in Hollywood.
He interned at the White House during Clinton Administration.
He made jokes on his FBI background check.
He stole security badges from the White House and made a mobile out of them.
He is a published poet. [x] [x]
He made most of the furniture in his house.
He does a lot for charity and uses his influence to encourage his ‘minions’ to contribute.
He goes to Haiti every year to help buid an orphanage.
He dressed in drag to renew his wedding vows. In a supermarket. With a bouquet made of vegetables.
He organized a tea party in the middle of a highway with his (amazing) friends. The cops stopped by and had tea  with them.
He does Tibetan throat singing.
He found out he was very flexible at a fitness test when he was in high school and was very proud to be the most flexible boy of anyone who had ever participated in the history of this fitness test. He later found out that his flexibility is due to a birth defect in his spine. After a bike accident, an MRI showed that stretching too much could leave him paralysed. [x]
When he was a kid, he forced himself to eat dirt because he believe it would improve his immune system.
He posted a picture of himself naked on a horse via twitter.
He dressed in drag at a highschool party, he was so pretty his classmates didn’t recognize him and hit on him. His girlfriend (now wife) was not pleased.
Once, he was alone at a restaurant with his son. The owner brought him flowers and wished him a happy mother’s day. And this time, he was not in drag.
He is a Guinness World Record holder. He and his minions made the greatest international scavenger hunt the world has ever seen (aka GISWHES). We made the news for making Christmas trees fly.
He made hundreds of young women wear dresses only made of bacon. He made a calendar out of it.
He was named after his mother’s Russian ex-boyfriend.
Jared beat Misha in Words with Friends. Misha owed $1970, paid in coins, 4 buckets worth.
source:http://meanwhilemishacollins.tumblr.com/perfect-human-being




THIS IS WHY I LOVE THIS MAN


EVERY TIME I SEE THIS POST IT MAKES ME WANT TO CRY BECAUSE LIKE HELLO WHAT AM I DOING WITH MY LIFE, LOOK AT WHAT MISHAS DONE
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madinaaa15:

I was at JIB4 & now I understood:  COCKLES IS REAL AND NOTHING HURTS! Here is my story) 
Warning: this post is for Cockles-lovers only – for those of them who believe ) The rest may go home. I saw it with my own eyes that Cockles is real and I don’t care if anyone thinks otherwise. If someone simply told me about it I would shrug my shoulders too, but I’m used to believe my own eyes and my gut feeling.As for now I’m sorting through my photo-video-impressions, but I feel an obligation to write about the Cockles that I witnessed)It was on the last day of Jibcon, about 40 minutes before Misha and Jensen’s panel. By that time I was through with autographs and photo-ops and I decided to accompany my friend E-Katy to her Misha’s autograph – I just wanted to take an extra look at this wonderful man.We come to the autograph room, E-Katy takes her place in the line, and I’m standing right beside Fantasmagory who is there just for the same purpose as myself. The staff ask us why we are not in the line and I explain that we’re here with a girl who doesn’t speak English, so we’re going to interpret for her.At this very moment Jensen, who is at the table nearby, finishes with his autographs, gets up together with Daniela and heads for Misha’s table. E-Katy has already taken Misha’s autograph, and an Italian girl gets out a huge book to be signed and puts it on the table in front of Misha. The three of us are huddled together in about 2 meters from the table beside several demons who are queued towards Misha. So we have a perfect vantage point ) Actually we weren’t waiting for anything, we just wanted to drool at those two together, and as for myself, I thought Jens was about to walk past Misha behind his back and turn into the meet-and-greet room. So Jens approaches Misha from behind, leans heavily with his chest on Misha’s back and covers Misha’s hands with his own, you know like someone’s sitting and you’re hugging them from behind. We’re like, WTF? – it’s all happening in a couple meters from us… Then Jensen takes the marker out of Misha’s hand, still lying on top of him with all his weight and almost pressing Misha into the table – Misha even said “ouch”! – so obviously Jens was very heavy on him Jensen signs the book, still squishing Misha down with his body, then he rises a little, digs his nose into Misha’s hair and draws it like that from side to side a couple of times, rubbing his face against Misha’s hair. Our jaws are dropping, eyes basically popping out, and our feet seem frozen to the floor. The Italian girl who also sees all of it – by the look on her face, she’s feeling much the same as us – wide-eyed, mouth open. She’s looking round her, obviously in search of her friend. The demons are in the line, they’re puffing at each other’s napes so they cannot see any of this. As a result, only five people are the witnesses – the three of us and the two Italian girls in front of the table.Jensen goes on with his caresses. I guess he wrote something funny in the book, or he simply wanted to apologize for snatching the marker from Misha’s hand. Holding Misha’s chin with one hand, Jens presses his cheek against Misha’s. Like, sorry, I’m so sorry!.. Then Jens backs off a little, making a step back, and Misha’s looking up at him. Then they smile simultaneously, and Jens has those crinkles around his eyes, he’s literally shining. Misha’s also shining, and we’re almost swept off by the affection and tenderness in their eyes. For about half a minute they’re just looking into each other’s eyes, and, as they say, the whole world has stopped around them and only they two exist. Very meaningful glances, so much intimacy. They didn’t give a damn about us, about the staff and the Universe in general. There were literally hearts in their eyes. It couldn’t be rendered in words, even in a video – all that chemistry between them, all that affection OMG!Then Jens turns off, still smiling, and he’s shining like a new dime when he and Daniela walk past us towards the exit (i.e., he hasn’t been going to the meet-and-greet room, he’s come up to Misha on purpose! Misha’s table wasn’t on his way; he turned to Misha because he just couldn’t miss the opportunity!). And Misha lowers his eyes with a smile and starts signing the book. And here our shame begins as we’re just done.We three turn back like we’re one, then make something that can be described as three awkward steps and then we just hurl out of the room (i.e., Misha can see us and he’s perfectly aware why this three morons are clattering on their high-heels. We stop only in the hall, look at each other and then SQUEE!!! (Which of course can be heard from the autograph-room).The staff are gaping at us like we’re lost our minds. E-Katy and I, we realize that we must relate all of this to Swoon. And we must do it ASAP. Then I had a chance to learn from my own experience what Motor ass means. We (still in high-heels) rattle to the panel room, and stuff open the doors for us (usually they ask to show them the pass). We rush into the room, run to our places where we land and start yelping into Swoon’s ear, “Swoonie, Swoonie! There’s Cockles there!” But she’s meditating at Brock’s panel, so she hisses back, “Hush!” We again, “Swoonie, Swoonie!” She, “So what do you have there, Cockles? What Cockles? Here’s Brock”. And she turns off, totally indifferent. You know, it’s rather inconvenient, impossible even to sit quiet when one has a burr under one’s saddle. So, as soon as we understand that Swoonie is a lost case, we take off and head for the exit again, fly out the doors (poor staff) and just run with no aim, for the sake of running. On our way we meet the girls from the groop Vkontakte, then Kid and Giovedi, and then Winchester. We tell everyone everything that happened (shouting and squee-ing applied), then we rush to the room where I left my phone to charge. We dial up Kim_lm and RED, squee and demand that they write some entries in their blogs right away. All in all, I just didn’t expect that we, the three well-balanced grown-up women as we are, could be so bashed by the affection between two men. It’s such a pity that using camera wasn’t a possibility – Daniela was standing right there and we would’ve been kicked from the room immediately. And it’s a pity that one cannot have tiny cameras inside one’s own eyes. It would’ve been a coming-out. Do I have to add that Misha got the bracelet on his arm somewhere between the autograph room and the panel? And that Misha’s panel was delayed for twenty minutes? The staff were puttering about and shrugging their shoulders, and Matt on the scene had to entertain the audience as Cockles got stuck somewhere else. I want to say that what I saw wasn’t interaction between two friends, it was between two lovers. Jensen has a crash on Misha – do not believe when someone says that Jens fends Misha off, that he’s cold to him and is being dismissive of him in general. Jensen adores him. And how is it possible not to love Misha? – Actually, he’s very nice, humble, self-conscious, very pleasant man – one can fall in love with him heels over head, especially a top like Jensen. BTW, Swoon officially asked to say for her that JENSEN IS A TOP and that she doesn’t doubt it now that she’s seen the way they interact with each other (as for me, I never had any doubt).But what stunned us the most was that affection, that love that was streaming from them both while they were staring at each other.All in all, COCKLES IS REAL AND NOTHING HURTS! And I’m not going to persuade those who don’t believe. I saw enough! Now I believe that Jared actually whispered to a fan that he knows about Cockles. And that he actually posted the photo with wine glasses, titling it “this is what you’ve been waiting for”. And many other things. I’ll be updating this entry as all I’ve been capable of for now is this hectic report.
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proof (source:   http://amethysthollis.tumblr.com  )    
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mishas-assbutts:

Based on this poem [x]
mishas-assbutts:

Based on this poem [x]
mishas-assbutts:

Based on this poem [x]
mishas-assbutts:

Based on this poem [x]
mishas-assbutts:

Based on this poem [x]
mishas-assbutts:

Based on this poem [x]
mishas-assbutts:

Based on this poem [x]
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wemayaswellbestrangers:

whatabraveassbutt:

soulfisting:

goodnight-tinyhumans:

jarlitos:

siekcsroe:

i-am-unamoosed:

spacesharkswithbanjos:

My shirt that was signed by Richard Speight Jr. at Nashcon yesterday.  Seemed appropriate.

 RSJ SHIPS SABRIEL. EVERY ARGUMENT IS NOW INVALID.

That. Is. Awesome.

OH MY GOD HE SHIPS IT
WHAT NOW, SABRIEL HATERS?
WHAT
NOW.

Most epic win of all time. OF ALL TIME.

i actually cannot stop laughing omg

MY LIFE IS MADE. 

EXCUSE ME BUT RICHARD. He ships it.
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whiskyandoldspice:

The download links aren’t working, but I made an 8track playlist (FINALLY) so I’m reblogging this in case you’re interested.  
Playlist is here.  Enjoy!
The Winchesters
Dean Winchester: Old Number 7 (The Devil Makes Three)





I grew up fast, I guess I grew up mean / There’s a thousand things inside my head I wish I ain’t seen / And now I’m just wanderin’ through a real bad dream / Feelin’ like I’m coming apart at the seams





Sam Winchester: So He Won’t Break (The Black Keys)





Gone like the wind / And the state it put him in / To hold his head high / When he really wanna die





Mary Winchester: Raise Hell (Brandi Carlile)





You have a mind to keep me quiet / And although you can try / Better men have hit their knees / And better men have died





John Winchester: Rattlin’ Bones (Kasey Chambers)





But I cut my hands and break my back / Dragging this bag of stones/ Til they bury me down beneath the ground / With the dust and rattlin’ bones





The Angels
Castiel: For the Widows in Paradise, for the Fatherless in Ypsilanti (Sufjan Stevens)





Even if I come back / Even if I die / Is there some idea / To replace my life?





Balthazar: The W.A.N.D. (The Flaming Lips)





They got their weapons to solve all your questions / They don’t know what it’s for / Why can’t they see it’s not power, it’s greed / To just want more and more?





Anna: Abraham’s Daughter (Arcade Fire)





And with his sword up, raised for the slaughter / Abraham’s daughter raised her bow / “How darest you, child, defy your father?” / “You better let Isaac go.”





Lucifer: Human (Civil Twilight)





There’s one way out and no way in / Back to the beginning / There’s one way back to home again / To where I feel forgiven





Michael: Slow Dancing in a Burning Room (John Mayer)




We’re going down / And you know that we’re doomed / My dear, we’re slow dancing in a burning room




Gabriel: Sabotage (Beastie Boys)





I got this fuckin’ thorn in my side / Oh my god, it’s a mirage / I’m telling y’all, it’s sabotage





Raphael: Culling of the Fold (The Decembrists)





It may break your heart to break her bones / But someone’s got to do the culling of the fold





Uriel: Knights of Cydonia (Muse)





No one’s gonna take me alive / The time has come to make things right / You and I must fight to survive





Samandriel: Levi (Old Crow Medicine Show)





Tough as iron but with a heart as soft as leather / Levi / Lord, lord, lord, they shot him down






(Under the cut: Hell, and the Humans.)

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