Just A Little Bit Of Everything

some-favourite-things:

Supernatural fans:

This is the Winchester “Mystery” House. Construction on it began in 1884 when its owner, Sarah Winchester, was told by a medium that she had to appease ghosts killed by the guns her late husband had sold.

Apparently the ghost of her husband had told her, “Sarah dear, if our house had not been finished, I would still be with you. I urge you now to build a home, but let it never be finished, for then you will live.”

She continued building the home with no plan whatsoever until her death in 1922 after which it was sold at auction.

But anyways, you probably caught the Winchester part. Yep, Eric Kripke gave Sam and Dean their last name based on his interest in this house. Which is said to be haunted.

I’m not even a Supernatural fan but this is still a really cool fact.

(via youkilledmyfatherpreparetopie)

moritzsstiefel:

my mom just came into my room and noticed my desktop background and said

“oh that’s so cute i think i recognize it from somewhere did you draw that when you were younger?”

mom

image

(Source: adamshankman, via gaaaaaaaaaambit)

macabrekawaii:

Sailor Moon is so important

(Source: wayward-inmate, via adventuretimewithdeanandcas)

incurablylazydevil:

to the very best of times, John

(via prettypeoplekillingthings)

agentrodgers:

risinyira:

stele3:

wimpytav:

kittykatparadox:

brs-official:

laughing-llama:

genufa:


sigur-roskolnikov:


This tree makes の sense.


*spits coffee*



Are you fucking kidding me.

#For the people who don’t know:#The character ‘の’ is pronounced as ‘no’#Also the tree is shaped like の#’This tree makes no sense.’#You’re welcome.

tHANK YOU, sCIENCE SIDE,

Actually that’s the language side—Japanese language, to be exact. We’re still waiting to hear from the science side of Tumblr as to how and why a tree would grow in this manner.

Trees grow in the direction of light, so clearly this tree had light in a strange loopy pattern during growth.
Plant follow light, light make loopy loop, plant go loopy loop.

thanks, science side

agentrodgers:

risinyira:

stele3:

wimpytav:

kittykatparadox:

brs-official:

laughing-llama:

genufa:

sigur-roskolnikov:

This tree makes の sense.

*spits coffee*

Are you fucking kidding me.

tHANK YOU, sCIENCE SIDE,

Actually that’s the language side—Japanese language, to be exact. We’re still waiting to hear from the science side of Tumblr as to how and why a tree would grow in this manner.

Trees grow in the direction of light, so clearly this tree had light in a strange loopy pattern during growth.

Plant follow light, light make loopy loop, plant go loopy loop.

thanks, science side

(Source: meme4u, via aquaeprompa)

liamstewrt:

there’s just too much that time cannot  e r a s e

(via abaddohn)

linneart:

Just when I think I haven’t heard the cutest stories/au ideas you guys just ATTACK ME WITH STUFF LIKE THIS OMG

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