Wednesday, 20 November 2013

What I learned about life... from Supernatural

There are certain truths about life that we all seem to know,

such as the sky is blue, blondes have more fun and the only certain 

things in life are taxes and death.

So today, I thought Id' share with you (in no particular order) just a few of the life lessons 
that Supernatural has taught me over the last nine years...

1. Planes crash and clowns kill.

2. Flickering lights are a BAD sign. 

3. It's essential to have salt in the house - it protects you against all sorts, 
including (but not limited to) ghosts and demons.

4. There's no such thing as mandroids.

5. Bigfoot's a hoax.

6. People are crazy.

7. Zeppelin rules!

8. Bon Jovi rocks, on occasion.

9. Bert and Ernie are gay.

10. Always carry a paperclip.

11. If it bleeds, you can kill it.

12. 'Jerk' and 'Bitch' are terms of endearment.

13. Latin is not a dead language; it's actually pretty useful for exorcisms.

14. Death (the horseman) will reap God eventually.

15. Endings are hard.

Now, I appreciate that to the majority of you, this makes no sense. 
If you'd like it to, please turn on Netflix and catch up on the past 180 episodes
or email me and ask for a link to watch the show illegally online :)

You can find out more about Supernatural here and here

Happy hump day!
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Come back on Friday when I'll share with you what I learned about life from Dawson's Creek

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