Art Is In The Heart
secretarybird:

Playing Journey, and this is all that keeps coming to mind.

secretarybird:

Playing Journey, and this is all that keeps coming to mind.

walkingfoxiest:

a post where I explain with images how foxes are the best thing ever, and how if you disagree you are obviously wrong

torisora:

i-i dont know im sorry

i just

thought these dorks could be good friends ////;

hellatia:

the-maple-meme:

hetalianbae:

tom-sits-like-a-whore:

benot-may:

bluesigma:

piikopoko:

you were either a winx 

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or a w.i.t.c.h

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this makes me feel old.

I was totally a spy

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i was aLL THREE

was this the old superwholock? 

THIS IS THE OLD SUPERWHOLOCK

Why yes I was all freakin three.

bangingpatchouli:

winjennster:

destielpasta:

Omg look it’s two female characters with a purpose and emotions and BONUS they also mirror the lead two boys perfectly… I know what we should do. Let’s kill ‘em.

It’s important to note one thing about Jo and Ellen’s deaths.
Season five was intended by Kripke and all parties as the FINAL SEASON.
He was killing off everyone around Sam and Dean because the show was coming to an end.

They died heroes. Their deaths had such weight, so much impact. They were all soldiers in a war, and war has casualties. I love Ellen and Jo — what a great mother and daughter story and relationship. We can look at Ellen in contrast to John as a parent within the hunting community who tried to give her child a stable home life despite her husband having been killed by a monster. She didn’t go off on a vengeance quest. She put her daughter ahead of her own grief. And here’s the opposite fight to Sam going off to college. Ellen just wants Jo to be safe — stay at the roadhouse, go to college, just don’t hunt — but Jo knows she doesn’t belong in college. “I was a freak with a knife collection,” she protests. We know that Sam said he never really fit in at Stanford either. He’ standing right there watching this fight. He has to relate to Jo on some level. Maybe having Jess was the impetus that made him stay despite not fitting in, being a freak with a knife collection. We’ll never know.

Jo chose what was right for her just as Sam had in leaving hunting, but Ellen stood by her. She didn’t disown her as John had Sam. She respected Jo’s decision. Their death was heroic and heartbreaking and somehow inevitable within that world and storyline. I mourn it as I do the deaths of Victor Henriksen and Rufus and Bobby and Kevin.

spamaohno:

bedhead game so strong you be wakin up lookin like an anime protagonist