never forget that:
- cas has lived for millions of years
- cas probably has more experience with military strategy than most people could ever even dream of having
- cas could probably destroy entire cities if he wanted to
- cas is actually a being the size of the chrysler building…
somebody at my college literally went to all the signs and replaced all the R’s into P’s so now i have class on the second floop today
Are fedoras really that bad?
YES YES THEY ARE
I don’t really believe this mumbo jumbo
I mean it’s a goddamn hat.
The white rose, it symbolizes the unique beauty of all the women who wish not to be with a nice guy such as myse-
OH MY GOD THATS A TRILBY NOT A FEDORA
Biting into a delicious choclatey chip cookie only to realize it is oatmeal raisin
I bet Medusa used to take selfies and send em to people she disliked like surprise you little bitch
i kinda wanna write that idea about a cat being possessed by the dark forest (or equivalence) i think im gonna do it
look at that sloppy lazy-ass strumming
my dad wanted to hear me play and I’m still learning this song so this is rough as fuck. also it was recorded outside so have fun with that wind. birds chirping in the background like I’m a goddamn disney princess.
im not even joking i need to go to japan immediately so i can have coffee while holding a white faced scops owl THEY ARE LIKE MY FAVE OWL OH MY GDOOOOOOOO IM PUMPED AND I CANT EVEN GO
Forget cat cafes. Or black cat cafes. Or penguin bars. Japan’s latest novelty cafe is the “fukurou cafe” (フクロウカフェ), or the “owl cafe.”
Owl cafes like Fukurou no Mise (“Owl Shop”) and Tori no Iru Cafe (“The Cafe with Birds”) started getting noticed online in Japan late last year.
This summer saw more owl cafes open, and currently there are owl cafes like Fukurou Sabou (“Owl Teahouse”) in Tokyo, Owl Family in Osaka, and Crew, another owl cafe in Osaka, among others.
omg must go live here o.o
if this is whats gonna be on my dashboard for the next few weeks then i clearly need to turn my xbox on more than usual
I wonder what they’re looking at.