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we are the hunters

Paul Wesley at PaleyFest 2014


assholedisney:

the year is 2068. leo dicaprio is on his deathbed. his family and friends gather around, hug him, and ask him if he has any last requests. yes, he responds. cremate me. hollow out a statue. place me on the mantle. i am the oscar.


I shouldn’t be the superhero’s girlfriend. I should be the superhero.


imminentlyginger:

you fucked up

I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING IT HURTS




elenagllbert:

my skin has turned to


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Will you come home and stop this pain tonight? 
Stop this pain tonight.
(I miss you, I miss you) x

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

badcompanys:

It still irritates me so much that we never got her background, but we got Crowley’s. She’d been on Spn since season 1, the beginning, but we learned more about Crowley, his human name and where he came from, how he got to hell, even though he wasn’t even introduced to the show until season 5…
And Meg was so mysterious a character! Back when she possessed Sam she says she has had many names. So who is she? Originally? What was her name? Where is she from? How old is she? What century is she from? How did she end up in hell? Did she sell her soul too? And if so, what for?
"You don’t know Crowley."
That’s another plot the writers never delved into either. How does she know Crowley? How did they meet and become enemies? She says, “Crowley is ALWAYS the problem.” What is their history together, huh? What happened between them? I wanted to know all of this! I kept waiting and waiting and every time I saw Rachel Minor’s name show up, I thought, this is it. This is the episode we learn about Meg and who she really is. I cannot believe they never ever took the opportunity to delve into the longest running villain and female character on the show. Blows my mind.

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" Read. Read. Read. Just don’t read one type of book. Read different books by various authors so that you develop different style."
R. L. Stine (via bookporn)


dunklab:

Paul George Drains the Deep 3 Pointer (x)

dunklab:

Paul George Drains the Deep 3 Pointer (x)


waterage:

i dont think there will come a day when I do not want to reblog this

waterage:

i dont think there will come a day when I do not want to reblog this