lizzie | eighteen | scottish
i read a lot of books, watch a lot of anime and hoard a lot of makeup.
this blog is full of all the things that make me smile. (◡‿◡✿)
hey guys! c:
in case you haven’t noticed i’ve pretty much stopped using tumblr altogether. i’m going to leave my blog up because i think it’s a nice thing to come back to and look at sometimes but i won’t be using it from now on.
if you want please add me on twitter instead and if you want to add me on instagram i’m lizziehannah_ on there. those are the two social media sites i like best.
goodbye friends (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
Some things you probably didn’t know about Misha Collins
- Misha was arrested for reading a book on top of a bank because he “needed better lighting”.
- He stole security badges from the White House and turned them into a mobile.
- He has spent the night in an igloo (it was not a pleasant experience).
- Misha smells like cinnamon and watermelon.
- He renewed his wedding vows at a supermarket. With a bouquet of vegetables. Dressed in drag.
- When Misha was younger, he was known for stealing people’s shoes and licking strangers’ ice cream cones
- He organised a tea party in the middle of a highway. He made the police who were sent to charge him sit down and had tea instead.
- He lost to Jared Padalecki in Words With Friends. He owed him $1970 and paid in four buckets of coins.
(Source: raggedytrenchcoats, via winchesterwithaguitar)
“Allow me to present a completely incomplete and totally off-the-cuff definition of ‘art’. Art serves as a reminder. When we participate in art, when we make it or see it, or smell it, or hear it, or sit on it, we are being reminded of something. We are being reminded that something different is possible. When we see a sea bird sculpted from feminine hygiene products, we are reminded that things are not what they seem and that beauty can be found in the most unexpected crevices. When we find ourselves dressing in pork fat or singing to strangers in the name of art, we are reminded that when we stretch beyond our comfortable routines into the unknown, spectacular adventure is born. When we watch a decorated Christmas tree hover weightless over a field, we are reminded that our perceptions of the possible are only limited by the scope of our imaginations (and physics). You all made some amazing art and you all reminded me that there’s a world of possibility awaiting us when we are ready.” - Misha Collins
(Source: misha-collins, via niceknickerss)
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