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zebablah:

television history

i’ve been trying to explain this sketch to people for years

there is literally no way to explain this sketch it’s just a thing you have to see and even then I’m not sure why it’s so funny

this is art

was that shia

awkward-fallen-angel:

theofficialdemon-dean:

grumpy-fallen-angel:

supienatural:

awkward-fallen-angel:

electrikfeather:

ever-so-plucky:

nooowestayandgetcaught:

raglemuffins:

zahhakward:

fasntnig:

just a little southeast of Phoenix, AZ, this is how the Outback Steakhouse restaurants line up.
i’d hate to be staying at a hotel right in the middle of delicious steak pentagram OH WAIT

The road that runs through is called Superstition Freeway omg

LOL It’s a demon trap made of Outback Steakhouses 

WHAT IS IN THE CENTER
WHAT IS IN THE CENTER
IS THAT A GATE TO HELL



Yes.

And then I died.

i love this fandom

GUYS

Okay, no. This gets even better. Let me tell you a story. So last summer, my best friend and I went on a trip to Arizona to see a concert, and we stayed at a KOA campsite in Phoenix.  As it turned out, this campsite was literally two or three streets from the Walmart that we have determined to be the gate to hell. So naturally, the both of us insisted on making the trip (we needed to pick up batteries for my camera anyways). But on the way there, I immediately noticed something peculiar about the route we’d taken:  We were driving on S. Winchester Road. On our way to the visit the Gate to Hell. And even better - along S. Winchester road, there’s another small turnoff:  S. Colt Road. 
I thought the fandom would be interested in these little fun facts.

one of the designers for AZ is holding back secrets 

plot twist Eric Kripke is actually a prophet 

awkward-fallen-angel:

theofficialdemon-dean:

grumpy-fallen-angel:

supienatural:

awkward-fallen-angel:

electrikfeather:

ever-so-plucky:

nooowestayandgetcaught:

raglemuffins:

zahhakward:

fasntnig:

just a little southeast of Phoenix, AZ, this is how the Outback Steakhouse restaurants line up.

i’d hate to be staying at a hotel right in the middle of delicious steak pentagram OH WAIT

The road that runs through is called Superstition Freeway omg

LOL It’s a demon trap made of Outback Steakhouses 

WHAT IS IN THE CENTER

WHAT IS IN THE CENTER

IS THAT A GATE TO HELL

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Yes.

And then I died.

i love this fandom

GUYS

Okay, no. This gets even better. Let me tell you a story.
So last summer, my best friend and I went on a trip to Arizona to see a concert, and we stayed at a KOA campsite in Phoenix.  As it turned out, this campsite was literally two or three streets from the Walmart that we have determined to be the gate to hell.
So naturally, the both of us insisted on making the trip (we needed to pick up batteries for my camera anyways).
But on the way there, I immediately noticed something peculiar about the route we’d taken:  We were driving on S. Winchester Road. On our way to the visit the Gate to Hell.
And even better - along S. Winchester road, there’s another small turnoff:  S. Colt Road.



I thought the fandom would be interested in these little fun facts.

one of the designers for AZ is holding back secrets 

plot twist Eric Kripke is actually a prophet 

searchingfortheholyherb:

doomed-p2iioniic:

thattallsummonerguy:

freshest-tittymilk:

shiveringandstunned:

Nothing, literally nothing could make me laugh harder than this did.

The scene in the train station where a young boy smiles at Cyclops and he smiles back was unplanned. The boy was a huge X-Men fan, and Cyclops was his favorite. The scene originally called for Cyclops to look at the train schedule, but according to Bryan Singer the boy could not stop smiling at James Marsden. Finally, during one shot, Marsden just looked back at him and smiled, much to the boy’s delight. Bryan Singer liked the idea so much, he kept it in the film

danalmostcaughtonfire:

THIS WILL ALWAYS BE MY FAVORITE VIDEO ON THIS WEBSITE