Hello! My name is Nykolle. You can call me that, doodle, or anything you deem suitable.

This is mostly a multi-fandom blog, mixed with things I find amusing/interesting. I take no responsibility for the terror your eyes will undoubtedly witness here. Feel free to chat with me or ask any kind of questions! I am not shy and am willing to help to the best of my abilities. The bolded is what I am reblogging most at this time of year.

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Things I like:

Shingeki no Kyojin, Game of Thrones, Evangelion, Lord of the Rings, BBC Sherlock, Supernatural, Free!, Avatar: The Last Airbender/Korra, Pokemon, Naruto, Ookiku Furikabutte, The Avengers, How to Train Your Dragon, Disney, Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes, Aitsu no Daihonmei, The Amazing Spiderman, The Hunger Games

Other:

Animals, These Lovely Ladies, Funny Tag, Feminism, Personal

Important Things!

Anonymous sent: could you please elaborate on how you think that jensen acts differently with misha versus jared? i've noticed that j2 act pretty douche-y sometimes when they're together. thanks for answering.

baconeatsyou:

he-is-lightning-in-a-bottle:

Well, to start with, the Jensen that’s with Misha is a little more… open? He lets Misha cross boundaries that he doesn’t let Jared cross.

FOR EXAMPLE:
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vs.

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To me, the difference isn’t necessarily because there’s something romantic between J & Misha, but because Misha brings out a side of Jensen that’s a little more self-secure and relaxed.

With Jared, the vibe is very dudebro, and Jensen does a lot of over compensating. He’s got his most masculine, heteronormative foot forward.

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With Misha, the vibe is far more relaxed. He’s more willing to do things that might make the audience question his sexuality.

For example, Jensen is willing to dance TOGETHER vs. just on the same stage, more willing to dance suggestively than just like a goofball.

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Plus the kind of humor Jensen has with Jared is sometimes (only sometimes!) kinda douchey — generally by making fun of people and insulting their masculinity by calling them “girl” (if they identify as male), etc.

But when he’s with Misha, his humor is full of sexual innuendos (particularly on set, remember 9x06) and he seems okay insulting HIMSELF. He’s willing to laugh at himself around Misha, and I just don’t see that when he’s around Jared.

And finally, when Jensen is with Jared, their joint body language is towards the audience. They’re a team, a brotherhood, facing the audience down.

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But with Misha, their body language is towards each other. They’re in their own little world, and Jensen can forget about the audience and just have fun.

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This is beautiful…

violue:

tonighti-mgoingtobejohnwayne:

misha wanted to keep my minion i had to tell him no

omg girl if Misha Collins wants your minion, HE GETS YOUR MINION
Jensen: No pictures
Jensen: We'll post when we think it's the right time
Misha: LOOK BABY
Misha: ANOTHER ONE
Misha: LOOK AT THE HUMANS I HAVE CREATED
Misha: WATCH THE BABY COOK
MIsha: I PUT THE BABY IN THE GROCERIES
Misha: ......
Misha: BABY

"My wife is always stupidly optimistic and supportive of the strange things I do." - Misha Collins #aecon4

(Source: heavenandhellcastiel)

deanandsammyandcastiel:

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.

I’m frankly surprised by the show. There’s stupid things - there’s - sorry people who write the show and everybody who works on it and everything, but there’s stupid things on the show that they shouldn’t do. Like, why do they have to say “bitch” and kill all the women? You know? Because there are certain small ways in which the show is sort of gratuitously misogynistic when it doesn’t need to be. When I read the scripts, I cringe sometimes. Yeah, there’s a million other things you could say, you don’t need to do this. Or, um, you have killed every other female character who had more than a two-episode arc. Do you have to take this one? Charlie’s still around! Although she’s not a threat to the boys as a romantic interest because she’s gay.

Misha on the misogyny of Supernatural (via strangepicturesofmishacollins)