“We’re not at a convention but we’re at a place where they’re doing a play based on the Chuck Shurley books. So not only are these books based on our lives, now people are doing a play based on these books, and someone is haunting it, so we go and try to investigate what’s going on at this play, based on the books about our lives.”

Jared Padalecki on the 200th episode (x)

The noise I just made was completely inhuman.

(via winjennster)

(Source: dorkycas, via impala-221b-tardis)

carryonmy-assbutt:

queen-of-destiel-land:

tuxedo-tshirt:

I think netflix made a mistake..

Laughed so hard I could barely click the reblog button

imagine all 9 season of supernatural but rather than the two Winchester brothers you have the three Kardashian sisters

carryonmy-assbutt:

queen-of-destiel-land:

tuxedo-tshirt:

I think netflix made a mistake..

Laughed so hard I could barely click the reblog button

imagine all 9 season of supernatural but rather than the two Winchester brothers you have the three Kardashian sisters

(via impala-221b-tardis)

davidthestrange:

mapsontheweb:

Cost of a year of undergraduate study in the EU

whattttt

davidthestrange:

mapsontheweb:

Cost of a year of undergraduate study in the EU

whattttt

(Source: twitter.com, via mothergoose333)

thejabberwocki:

If you ever get frustrated with your writing, just remember that Tolkien once described Feanor as
“wounded with many wounds”

(via thesignofholmes)

fridaclements:

totes my goats

fridaclements:

totes my goats

(via songsaboutghost)

facts-i-just-made-up:

Bacon is a delicious food that grows as a fungal parasite called “Baconweed” on trees across America and Southern Europe.  Needing little preparation beyond salting and frying, Baconweed is harvested by workers affectionately called “Pork Bellies” as is tradition. Bacon is unique in that it must be cooked at a very precise temperature, about 377-383 Kelvin, a temperature range known as “The 6 Degrees of Kelvin Bacon”.
Unfortunately for this thriving organic vegan industry, the Smoked Hickory tree on which Baconweed grows is endangered.  Botanists have suggested that the plant may be extinct as early as 2050 if measures are not taken.  The Bacon industry is on the problem, saving seeds and cultivating new, more resilient strains and even coding the plants DNA sequence, as well as hunting for new plants on which Baconweed can grow.  One of these plants, the Turkey shrub produces a different flavor of Bacon that has found an audience among those looking for a less fatty fungus.
Another threat to Bacon lies in the internet, a network of thinking machine “computers” known for wasting Baconweed by the ton on Bacon Ak-47s, Bacon bras, Bacon portraits and such.  To learn more about how you can help the Bacon industry, please write to the Baconweed Preservation Society of Luxembourg, baconweed@bacopresoc.lux.

facts-i-just-made-up:

Bacon is a delicious food that grows as a fungal parasite called “Baconweed” on trees across America and Southern Europe.  Needing little preparation beyond salting and frying, Baconweed is harvested by workers affectionately called “Pork Bellies” as is tradition. Bacon is unique in that it must be cooked at a very precise temperature, about 377-383 Kelvin, a temperature range known as “The 6 Degrees of Kelvin Bacon”.

Unfortunately for this thriving organic vegan industry, the Smoked Hickory tree on which Baconweed grows is endangered.  Botanists have suggested that the plant may be extinct as early as 2050 if measures are not taken.  The Bacon industry is on the problem, saving seeds and cultivating new, more resilient strains and even coding the plants DNA sequence, as well as hunting for new plants on which Baconweed can grow.  One of these plants, the Turkey shrub produces a different flavor of Bacon that has found an audience among those looking for a less fatty fungus.

Another threat to Bacon lies in the internet, a network of thinking machine “computers” known for wasting Baconweed by the ton on Bacon Ak-47s, Bacon bras, Bacon portraits and such.  To learn more about how you can help the Bacon industry, please write to the Baconweed Preservation Society of Luxembourg, baconweed@bacopresoc.lux.

(Source: steepravine, via harpguy)

timehlord:

This is how I cope with pain, don’t look at me.

(via thesignofholmes)