Brendon Urie realizing he shouldn’t have just said “whore” during an on-air performance.
This always makes me happy.
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These dudes are legit. They don’t just show up one day in court, either, they actually make friends with the kids and let them know they have a support system and that there are people in the world who care about them and will always have their back. And less important, but also cool, is that the few times a couple of them have come into my cafe, they’ve been super friendly and polite and when I told one of the guys that I noticed his Bikers Against Child Abuse patch and wanted him to know how awesome I thought he was because of it, he got kind of shy and blushed and said, “The kids are the awesome ones, we just let them know they’re allowed to be brave.”
Day 16: A picture of someone who inspires you
I’m pretty sure almost everyone who is following me not only knows who this man is, but could give a brief bio on him on the spot, any time, anywhere. But just in case you don’t know all of the details, let me give a short summary:
- Misha’s family was homeless, briefly, when he was little, and lived in a park. A random stranger saw the family and that they had children, so they got them a room to stay in and gave them a gift certificate for a meal. At the time, little Misha was blown away that anyone could ever spend fourteen whole dollars in one place. And since, he’s said that this person probably didn’t even know what they were doing would have such an impact on his life, but it did, and it inspired him to want to be able to do the same thing for someone else.
- In high school, he was super weird and embraced that weirdness to an awesome degree.
- He also met the love of his life, Victoria Vantoch, who he is now married to.
- Once, he worked in the White House
- And for NPR
- And started his own software company
- He worked as a carpenter to put himself through college
- And actually built his house, and most of the furniture in it
- He’s a published poet
- He’s a Buddhist who spent time in Nepal and goes on regular retreats there
- He currently plays Castiel on Supernatural
- And has founded a non-profit, The Random Act, with which he hopes to take over the world…with kindness. He ran a marathon to raise money for it, funds orphanages in Haiti, and does a whole host of other wonderful things that you can learn about on the website.
- He’s ridiculously kind to his fans, and regularly engages with us in fun, silly ways (creating scavenger hunts, games, etc)
- He trolls his own fandom. And he loves it.
Basically, this man has remained positive, confident, and true to himself through everything, and he’s made a fun, wonderful, and lasting impact on the people around him. And I think that’s incredibly inspiring.
I shall just show people this post whenever they ask me why I love Misha Collins so much
This is beautiful.
FRIENDS is actually an acronym for the names of the characters :)
Hypothesis: if women are worse at parking, it’s only because they’ve been lied to about what eight inches is their entire lives
I just invented a new word:
i think it’s a universal truth that everyone in our generation takes pluto’s losing its planetary status as a personal offense
pluto is smaller than russia. why did we ever even consider it a planet?
BECAUSE IT’S A PART OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM
OHANA MEANS FAMILY
FAMILY MEANS NO ONE IS LEFT BEHIND
"What does the chef recommend?"
"Sir, this is a mcdonalds"
Shit gets real at roleplay prom
asking the tough questions
This could be us