neatpotatoes:

me during the whole month of october 

Posted 8 hours ago on October 01, 2014 @ 11:37pm with 78,841 notes
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Those lines were lifted verbatim from my boyhood diary.

Posted 1 day ago on September 30, 2014 @ 6:47pm with 2,405 notes
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get to know me meme [2/5] male characters: ben wyatt

"Nerd culture is mainstream now."

Hi, I’m Chris Pratt and I’m hosting the Season Premiere of Saturday Night Live

Posted 3 days ago on September 28, 2014 @ 4:41pm with 1,636 notes
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But he did care, and I loved him for that.
— 10 word story

methhomework:

cyberho:

Steal her style: Leslie Knope after severe fall into Sullivan Street pit 

Ann Taylor Grey skirt suit  ( $220 )

vivienne Westwood Ladies Orange red bow blouse  ( $159.99 ) 

Steve Madden Wynston Black pumps ( $89.95 ) ( that’s the price for a pair but the look as seen on the picture above requires only 1 shoe so it’ll actually be $44,97 )

PLEASE STOP THESE

Marvel’s Star Wars

Posted 3 days ago on September 28, 2014 @ 4:39pm with 32,529 notes
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When I went to my first fan convention in New Jersey, in my first few minutes on-stage I realized I just couldn’t do what everyone expected. I tried to answer the questions, but I just felt like, a) this is too boring; and b) I don’t know enough about the show to answer the questions accurately. The average fan knows a lot more about it than I do! So I just started playing with it to make it more fun for me. And before I knew it, as the months went by, that became my onstage character. It’s funny, the same thing happens when you’re building a character for a show. You just start playing with stuff, and then certain things become codified and that’s how that character remains. I think that’s what happened with Castiel on Supernatural, with his physicality, vocal quality, and the way he stares blankly at people. None of that was based on conscious decisions, but little things that fell into place, and then that just became how it was. That’s part of what happened with me onstage and with Twitter as well. Although on Twitter, I was more consciously satirizing the self-important celebrity from the beginning.

 - Misha Collins, “Life Changing: Supernatural and the Power of Fandom.” In Fan Phenomenon: Supernatural, edited by Lynn Zubernis & Katherine Larsen (Intellect Books, 2014). (via rohoshi-shipper)

kermitthefrrog:

listening to a good song but it was in a shrek film so the entire time ur like

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Miscah Misha Collins on the set of SPN ()

Posted 2 weeks ago on September 17, 2014 @ 1:02am with 741 notes
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