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OH MY GOD

are these linkin park lyrics

It’s so unreal

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“I think you just have to keep an eye on things. I’m not immune to anything, but I’m aware of my weaknesses and THE BEAST WITHIN”- Michael Fassbender

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misha7collins:

This is a gif of Misha in the middle of talking about the fact that while he built his house he lived in his backyard under a carport and had to shower with a hose and go across the street to the library to use the bathroom for about two years because that was all he could afford. 
I just want to say this: For someone who has constantly had so little in his life, the fact that he became someone who gives so much and loves so much and inspires so many is amazing.

i have just recently realized the life this man had before when i found out he self harmed i seriously curled up and cried because several reasons he gave me hope second of all i just wanted to travel to the past and hug him and tell him that one day he would be an angel and he would go somewhere in life when and have millions of fans and be famous and that it would all be okay and just sit there with him because i know that thats all that i want and i just i loved him but now i just LOVE HIM because guys he made it he srvived and look at what he became he became him the misha we know the happy bubbly misha with a great personality and i just can fucking even hes so great 



This makes me feel…

In life, the people with little or who always had little tend to give what they have, even if they have nothing, because they know that their is someone out their who has less. Those people in life that give everything they have to better someone else’s life, even if that means that they are left with nothing themselves, in the end are truly the angels and the light of this dark and corrupted world.

okay seriously I’m crying now. This is beautiful and sad.

I love him so much, even more now that I know what he’s been through. Yesterday I saw this post and I didn’t read it all the way through and I kinda regret that a little. Going from where he was then to where he is now is a beautiful and amazing opportunity, one that so few get. I’m so glade he is happy now and is the beautiful, funny, crazy Misha we have today. As far as the self harm goes, I feel like he can relate to so many of us that deal with that every day. He understands because he’s been through it. I, personal, have never put a blade to my skin, nor will I ever think of it when I feel I should again. I did what Misha did once with a pen on my arm. Wrote out every word I felt I was, every word I was feeling, and it nearly broke me. This man, this one man, gives me so much hope in my life. Because he went through it, he beat the odds and now is doing something nearly every day to give back. To me, he is truly beautiful, inside and out. I really wish there were more people like him in the world. I really do.

it upsets me that literally all I can say is I’m in tears. Cause this is truly damn beautiful and emotional and it means so much. Not only is Misha truly wonderful and has been through so much and look at where he is now. It’s amazing and inspirational.  That it should also make you realize all of you are. All of us. It shows that no matter where you are at or what you think of yourself you can truly make the best of life and be amazing. We are all beautiful and I think that’s something that Misha would like everyone to realize.

i-am-mishafuckingcollins:

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deanieweenies-fallen-angel:

copious-quantity-of-fallen-angel:

crying-fallen-angel:

fluffygadreel:

falle-nangel-and-hurting-hunter:

misha7collins:

This is a gif of Misha in the middle of talking about the fact that while he built his house he lived in his backyard under a carport and had to shower with a hose and go across the street to the library to use the bathroom for about two years because that was all he could afford. 

I just want to say this: For someone who has constantly had so little in his life, the fact that he became someone who gives so much and loves so much and inspires so many is amazing.

i have just recently realized the life this man had before when i found out he self harmed i seriously curled up and cried because several reasons he gave me hope second of all i just wanted to travel to the past and hug him and tell him that one day he would be an angel and he would go somewhere in life when and have millions of fans and be famous and that it would all be okay and just sit there with him because i know that thats all that i want and i just i loved him but now i just LOVE HIM because guys he made it he srvived and look at what he became he became him the misha we know the happy bubbly misha with a great personality and i just can fucking even hes so great 

This makes me feel…

In life, the people with little or who always had little tend to give what they have, even if they have nothing, because they know that their is someone out their who has less. Those people in life that give everything they have to better someone else’s life, even if that means that they are left with nothing themselves, in the end are truly the angels and the light of this dark and corrupted world.

okay seriously I’m crying now. This is beautiful and sad.

I love him so much, even more now that I know what he’s been through. Yesterday I saw this post and I didn’t read it all the way through and I kinda regret that a little. Going from where he was then to where he is now is a beautiful and amazing opportunity, one that so few get. I’m so glade he is happy now and is the beautiful, funny, crazy Misha we have today. As far as the self harm goes, I feel like he can relate to so many of us that deal with that every day. He understands because he’s been through it. I, personal, have never put a blade to my skin, nor will I ever think of it when I feel I should again. I did what Misha did once with a pen on my arm. Wrote out every word I felt I was, every word I was feeling, and it nearly broke me. This man, this one man, gives me so much hope in my life. Because he went through it, he beat the odds and now is doing something nearly every day to give back. To me, he is truly beautiful, inside and out. I really wish there were more people like him in the world. I really do.

it upsets me that literally all I can say is I’m in tears. Cause this is truly damn beautiful and emotional and it means so much. Not only is Misha truly wonderful and has been through so much and look at where he is now. It’s amazing and inspirational.  That it should also make you realize all of you are. All of us. It shows that no matter where you are at or what you think of yourself you can truly make the best of life and be amazing. We are all beautiful and I think that’s something that Misha would like everyone to realize.

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the-fallen-angel-has-the-tardis asked: Out of all the famous actors/actresses spouses that have gotten hate on Twitter and other social media, I really think that Danneel's is one of the must unnecessary that I've seen. Like she's really sweet and nice, and replies to her fans on twitter, and even though she and Jensen live really private lives, she still says little blips about how JJ is doing and she does this all on her own. No one is making her talk to all these people or talk about her life. She just does it. Who could hate her?

yall-mothafuckas-need-misha:

Right? She’s such a sweetheart! And I love her relationship with Misha. And Misha, being the absolute sweetheart he is, would never become really good friends with an asshole.

God, I love Danneel.

And you’re right. She doesn’t have to let the fandom know a single thing about her and JJ, but she does anyway because she’s a sweetheart.

Hating on people just because they’re your favorite’s significant other is pretty much the dumbest thing you can do.

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jensen is trying to kill all of us with that look

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Thorin Cat

So majestic ^.^

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yeahcoolduck:

bangingpatchouli:

sam-winchester-admiration-league:

the-winchester-world:

Exactly.

Tbh I think it’s plot device because most of SPN is Dean’s pov so writers  throw out character growth and “look, manufactured drama!” in season 8, which led us to one of the most heart wrenching confession in any finale and rewatching that church scene over and over and over again.  
Season 9 saw Dean NOT blaming Sam for anything so it’s back to character growth.
*make up your mind writers*

If you’re saying that season eight was a clusterfuck of manufactured drama, then yes, I agree.

If they could just talk to each other like functioning human beings, they could have avoided 98% of the season’s bullshit, but the fact that they can’t/won’t talk to each other doesn’t seem entirely manufactured to me.  I mean, I have hefty problems with the way late seasons have been handled, but I’m not sure communication breakdown is one of them, for me.
It’s not about Sam’s magical capacity for forgiveness while Dean’s just a big meanie.  Dean doesn’t forgive Sam because he can’t actually blame him, and not “can’t” as in Sam is blameless - whether he is or not is besides the point.  Dean is mentally barred from fully blaming Sam for anything, because he’s been made responsible for Sam’s choices, something which has only been reinforced over the years when it’s not simply being ignored.  However angry Dean might get at Sam, there’s the underlying principle by which he operates: if Sam does something wrong, it’s Dean’s fault for failing to prevent it.  So he can’t blame Sam without blaming himself, which is intrinsically unfair, but it’s part of why Dean never fully addresses his issues with Sam, or he throws something in Sam’s face only to completely shut it down in the next moment.  His frustration comes out in these passive-aggressive bursts because by his logic, it’s illogical to be angry with Sam, yet he still is angry, but he can’t be, so he’s not, but he is.  He wants to address it, but he can’t because it’s his fault, but it’s not his fault, it’s Sam’s, but it’s not Sam’s, so he can’t be angry, but he is…
Dean has to allow himself to be fully angry, to separate himself from Sam and Sam from himself, so he can be purely angry at just Sam and not himself, blame just Sam, not himself, before he can realize that he’s not actually angry at Sam, that Sam doesn’t deserve to be blamed and neither does Dean.  It’s just these feeling go in a circle like a buzz saw and cut into whoever happens to be in the way, be it Sam or Dean himself.
The person Dean needs to be angry with, the real anger that needs to be processed, is his anger with John for making him responsible for Sam in the first place.  It’s not Sam’s fault Dean doesn’t trust him: it’s John’s.  He put that rift in their relationship decades ago.  He didn’t do it on purpose, but it’s what he did.  Dean does know this and he touched on it to his projected demon self in s3.  Now that that has actually come to pass it looks like we may see that manifesting a little more based on the way Dean is treating “his father’s” car, his father’s memory.  He needs to be allowed to be angry before he can begin to let it go.
/ramblin’ ramblin’

That’s a good point. I’ve touched on that idea before too that Dean thinks that he is responsible for Sam’s actions because John made him responsible for Sam. He’s responsible because he’s responsible, however illogical it may be, it was drilled into him as a child, so logic has no place in it. Dean’s job was to look out for Sam, make sure he did what he was supposed to do. So, yeah, he shouldn’t be mad at Sam for making mistakes or being acted on by outside forces for fuck’s sake or at himself for allowing those things to happen. He should be mad at his father for making Sam his responsibility.

While I agree that they can’t/won’t talk to each other isn’t entirely manufactured drama making by the writers, I think y’all need to stop blaming John 100% for Dean’s or Sam’s issues.  They’re grown men. 

arkvark:

bangingpatchouli:

yeahcoolduck:

bangingpatchouli:

sam-winchester-admiration-league:

the-winchester-world:

Exactly.

Tbh I think it’s plot device because most of SPN is Dean’s pov so writers  throw out character growth and “look, manufactured drama!” in season 8, which led us to one of the most heart wrenching confession in any finale and rewatching that church scene over and over and over again.  

Season 9 saw Dean NOT blaming Sam for anything so it’s back to character growth.

*make up your mind writers*

If you’re saying that season eight was a clusterfuck of manufactured drama, then yes, I agree.

If they could just talk to each other like functioning human beings, they could have avoided 98% of the season’s bullshit, but the fact that they can’t/won’t talk to each other doesn’t seem entirely manufactured to me.  I mean, I have hefty problems with the way late seasons have been handled, but I’m not sure communication breakdown is one of them, for me.

It’s not about Sam’s magical capacity for forgiveness while Dean’s just a big meanie.  Dean doesn’t forgive Sam because he can’t actually blame him, and not “can’t” as in Sam is blameless - whether he is or not is besides the point.  Dean is mentally barred from fully blaming Sam for anything, because he’s been made responsible for Sam’s choices, something which has only been reinforced over the years when it’s not simply being ignored.  However angry Dean might get at Sam, there’s the underlying principle by which he operates: if Sam does something wrong, it’s Dean’s fault for failing to prevent it.  So he can’t blame Sam without blaming himself, which is intrinsically unfair, but it’s part of why Dean never fully addresses his issues with Sam, or he throws something in Sam’s face only to completely shut it down in the next moment.  His frustration comes out in these passive-aggressive bursts because by his logic, it’s illogical to be angry with Sam, yet he still is angry, but he can’t be, so he’s not, but he is.  He wants to address it, but he can’t because it’s his fault, but it’s not his fault, it’s Sam’s, but it’s not Sam’s, so he can’t be angry, but he is…

Dean has to allow himself to be fully angry, to separate himself from Sam and Sam from himself, so he can be purely angry at just Sam and not himself, blame just Sam, not himself, before he can realize that he’s not actually angry at Sam, that Sam doesn’t deserve to be blamed and neither does Dean.  It’s just these feeling go in a circle like a buzz saw and cut into whoever happens to be in the way, be it Sam or Dean himself.

The person Dean needs to be angry with, the real anger that needs to be processed, is his anger with John for making him responsible for Sam in the first place.  It’s not Sam’s fault Dean doesn’t trust him: it’s John’s.  He put that rift in their relationship decades ago.  He didn’t do it on purpose, but it’s what he did.  Dean does know this and he touched on it to his projected demon self in s3.  Now that that has actually come to pass it looks like we may see that manifesting a little more based on the way Dean is treating “his father’s” car, his father’s memory.  He needs to be allowed to be angry before he can begin to let it go.

/ramblin’ ramblin’

That’s a good point. I’ve touched on that idea before too that Dean thinks that he is responsible for Sam’s actions because John made him responsible for Sam. He’s responsible because he’s responsible, however illogical it may be, it was drilled into him as a child, so logic has no place in it. Dean’s job was to look out for Sam, make sure he did what he was supposed to do. So, yeah, he shouldn’t be mad at Sam for making mistakes or being acted on by outside forces for fuck’s sake or at himself for allowing those things to happen. He should be mad at his father for making Sam his responsibility.

While I agree that they can’t/won’t talk to each other isn’t entirely manufactured drama making by the writers, I think y’all need to stop blaming John 100% for Dean’s or Sam’s issues.  They’re grown men. 

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Funny it made me think of that scene too!

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