I had a moment when I first got on supernatural when I was like, “Oh my god, people are paying attention to me, I have fans, maybe I should cultivate an image and try to seem really cool.” I had this moment of being commercially self conscious and it took maybe a month for me to realize no, this is not who I fucking am, and here’s a picture of me in drag. Which is, by the way, so much more liberating and relaxing. There’s not a more sure fire way to give a stifled, boring, empty, vapid, meaningless interview than trying to say the right thing.
life heroes: misha collins
[on his Random Acts charity]
Basically, I’m trying to help galvanize my Twitter base to doing some cool projects together. I kind of noticed early on that there was a lot of people putting a lot of creative energy into being my Twitter followers or being Supernatural fans or whatever. And that it might be a worthwhile endeavor to try to harness some of that energy and focus to it into something kind of productive and kind.
Oh my god, I forgot about the Tiger Woods one.
Misha’s favorite Castiel lines