PrttyPlz

Why, Simmons? WHY?

sandracl13:

indigoneversleeps:

crazyfilipino:

Florida

reblogging for the excellent gif usage.

harryandtommo:

John Barrowman’s favorite One Direction member x

"There was a picture that I..’tweeted’..?…I put out there, that was a selfie of Jared and I sitting in the Impala. My camera, the selfie one, was busted, so I actually took that with Jared’s phone.” [video]

psa

thatonelesbiangirl:

co8alt-thief:

if you spell skeletons backwards it still spells skeletons

Man I can’t wait for Halloween to see some snoteleks

jellyfishingtime:

cleverwittystatement:

celestialdeth:

betweenelsewherenevermore:

whatthebuckybarnes:

imagine a muggle-born Hogwarts student during a Yule Ball enchanting various musical instruments so that they play the Macarena

and all the muggle-borns swarming to the centre of the Great Hall and baffling the entire room with their sychonronised dancing and AYYYY MACARENA *CLAP*

imagine

Just wait until they bust out The Electric Slide

Ladies and gentleman this is Mambo No. 5

YMCA tho

Time Warp

The Chicken Dance!

waywardsonsandaughters:

#SPN10 countdown challenge | day 23 - episode 8 | A Very Supernatural Christmas
I want to write something grand about this. Something touching. Something that expresses the great meaning of this entire episode. But, it’s so hard when words can’t really express the depth of this episode. Mid-winter finales are always important, there’s always some form of break through moment, something that shows growth or change in the story, in the boys, in relationships.
For a while the episodes leading up to this one were about the brothers figuring out how to engage with one another, especially after Season 2, especially after Dean’s deal. Their relationship was thorny, and interactions between the pair was touchy but in each episode prior they were faced with someone (or multiple someones) who mirrored aspects of Sam and Deans relationship. Finally, in A Very Supernatural Christmas they came to some sort of understanding, and even though they still don’t see eye-to-eye they’re family and in the end that’s all that matters, and they’re going to make the most of the moments they have.

waywardsonsandaughters:

#SPN10 countdown challenge | day 23 - episode 8 | A Very Supernatural Christmas

I want to write something grand about this. Something touching. Something that expresses the great meaning of this entire episode. But, it’s so hard when words can’t really express the depth of this episode. Mid-winter finales are always important, there’s always some form of break through moment, something that shows growth or change in the story, in the boys, in relationships.

For a while the episodes leading up to this one were about the brothers figuring out how to engage with one another, especially after Season 2, especially after Dean’s deal. Their relationship was thorny, and interactions between the pair was touchy but in each episode prior they were faced with someone (or multiple someones) who mirrored aspects of Sam and Deans relationship. Finally, in A Very Supernatural Christmas they came to some sort of understanding, and even though they still don’t see eye-to-eye they’re family and in the end that’s all that matters, and they’re going to make the most of the moments they have.