SWEET SWEET MISHA AT RANDOM ACTS
Bing - Misha Collins Doing
Misha: How much exactly are we putting?
West: A lot
WEST ANAXIMANDER COLLINS: REDEFINING PASTA AND THE SYSTEM OF MEASUREMENT
The French Mistake commentary
Bob Singer: Misha is great in this episode. The Misha persona he’s playing is not actually the real Misha persona. Him going back and forth between character and this thing he created as Misha is really terrific.
Ben Edlund: He was really, really enthusiastic to kind of warp the perception of him. There’s one moment in here where he actually pushes away an assistant and I kind of wish I pushed that a little bit more, like it was his idea and I think it works really well. He was really enthusiastic which was great.
Bob Singer: Yeah, we were worried about shooting ourselves in the foot and Misha was ready to shoot himself in the brain.
Ben Edlund: [laughing] He was loading six guns at once.
Then suddenly Misha’s phone rang and he had a hard time understanding the caller and tried to put the phone on speaker. So everybody was quiet and tried to listen and soon Misha asked a girl named ‘Victoria’ to the stage.
Of course everybody was completely confused when she got on stage – and that’s when her boyfriend proposed to her over the phone!!! Misha then pulled a ring out of his pocket and gave it to her. Of course she began crying and said ‘Yes’ and the audience cheered for the couple!
Then he hung up, handed her back her phone (XD) and the ring and told her, that her fiancé will repeat his proposal on a more private occasion.
OH MY GODSTIEL! THIS IS REALLY AWESOME SDLKJFSLD
So… how the hell did that guy Misha to do that?!?! Do they know each other or something?!
This is by far the greatest proposal I’ve ever heard of!
^ I heard the guy contacted Misha on Twitter and they talked there and organise it……..one of the greatest things that ever happened, seriously.
Oh my God this is amazing.
Sexual orientation: This gif of Misha Collins
FUCK YOU AND YOUR FUCKING PERFECT LIPS YOU LITTLE FUCKER
"I had this tendency, for some reason, when I was a kid to young adult, I would always - whenever I was on vacation of any kind, I would get sick or injure myself. Whenever I had a birthday, I was in terrible shape. I skateboarded backwards into a Dumpster and bruised my kidney on my birthday and I couldn’t walk. I had my appendix out on another birthday. I was in a coma on my birthday - no, no, I was in the hospital. I came out of the coma already. So that was an exaggeration. That was memorable. Well, part of it wasn’t. There was amnesia. I was riding my bike, believe it or not, to a doctor’s appointment. There was a quick release on the front wheel of the bike, and I had left it loose, I guess. I went over this little bump in the road coming down a big hill, and the force jammed down on the tire, and I flipped over so fast that my hands didn’t come off the handle bars. I just kept spinning at the speed the wheel had been spinning. So the tops of my wrists were scraped, and I landed on my face really bad. My face was swollen like this, and there was gravel and pavement stuck in the flesh of my face. They scoured it out with these brushes in the hospital. And they were like, “You are never going to look like a normal human being again.” They brought in a plastic surgeon and all this stuff. All I have is this sort of like pavement tattoo under one eye. *Indicates left eye* Very subtle. It worked out fine. Oh, the other part of that which was memorable aside from the fact that I didn’t remember a lot of things was that I rolled off to the side of the road, and I was just writhing around. I was wearing shorts and no shirt, and I was just writhing around in pain until somebody drove by to help me. And then it turns out later that I was rolling around in a poison ivy patch. So when I was in the hospital, my skin just like bubbled up. It was like pussing in itchy blisters. I was very miserable that birthday."