THIS IS THE BEST GIFSET IN THE WORLD
stop being cute you live far away
I want to take a dollar bill and write “are you Misha Collins” on it and maybe one day it’ll end up in his hands and he’d be the one mind fucked for once
the journey has begun…
DOING THIS ON EVERY DOLLAR I COME ACROSS
Like I said
fandom will take over american currency
i cannot wait til he gets one and tweets about it omfg
GUYS ITS GETTING AROUND
my sister came up to me one morning and was really confused as to why she got money that said ‘are you misha collins?’ on it.
note:we live in europe
Yo guys I just found out we’re having shawarma for dinner. Just thought you might like to know.
UPDATE: it’s very good
STOP EVERYTHING YOU’RE DOING.
THIS IS A VIDEO OF JOSH KEATON (VOICE OF SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN) READING A SELECTION OF SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MEMES.
A WINNER IS YOU
it’s even better than that because he’s trying to protect trevor’s ears instead of his own XD I love you neville<3
#and ron is so badass he doesn’t even need to cover his ears #he’s all like ya’ll mad?
Ron is used to it because Percy loves to sing in the shower.
but omfg the knight in the background is all like wHO DARE COMES TO ATTACK ME
SIR CODAGAN TO THE RESCUE! If you don’t know who that is, I’d advise you read the books
Maybe it’s a trick of the eye but I would like to point out the two in the far right holding hands for brief second.
The dwarf tugged at her a third time. Stubbornly she pressed her lips together and pretended not to notice.
where is the award
This is literally me when people challenge me in Harry Potter
What purpose do eyebrows serve like seriously
To keep… your… forehead… warm?
matt smith cries in the distance
“I have lost things you will never understand”
1. producing or creating heat or warmth.
2. having, being, or maintaining an optimal temperature.
Etymology: ‘eu’ (εὖ) Ancient Greek for good, well + ‘thérmē’ heat.
Dating to about 1850, this beautiful gold tiara is set with round and leaf-shaped cabochon garnets in the form of a half-circlet of flowers and foliage. Made in England, the tiara shows the sort of requisite ornament worn by aristocratic English ladies at important functions. Similarly, it’s wholly demonstrative of the jewelry designs of the 1850s—designs which relied on natural ornament and motifs based on the beauty of the English garden