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Happy Croatoan Day!

Supernatural Croatoan Day by Fangirl Quest

The Supernatural fandom has been celebrating Croatoan Day internationally (and why shouldn’t they? It’s here now and soon gone!) and we’ve seen a lot of photos and tweets about it all day, even Facebook events.

We decided to celebrate with these photos that we took at an awesome location in Cardiff Bay, Wales: The Coal Exchange. (It’s also a filming locations for Doctor Who!)

Hope you like how they turned out. We got a huge amount of giggles out of creating them so running around in the rain looking like complete dorks was totally worth it. So, from all of us to all of you…

HAPPY CROATOAN DAY! 

And remember the wise words of Chuck when the Apocalypse strikes:

HOARD IT.

 

What’s Croatoan Day? In Supernatural season 5, episode 4 (“The End”, 2009) Dean finds himself in the future. From Supernatural Wikia: “He looks back to see the No Entry warning sign on the fence designating Kansas City as a Croatoan Virus Hot Zone. It’s dated August 1st, 2014.

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Tiia / Fangirl Quest
Tiia / Fangirl Quest
Photographer, illustrator, graphic designer, copywriter, marketing assistant. I once traveled across North America in flipflops. I love dogs, ketchup and many inspiring people. Visit my photo portfolio here.

3 Comments

  1. Nasir says:

    Flip? No way. Practical? Yes. I should be the one angoolizipg for trying to bring innocent people into my madness. I can’t speak for all writers, but if my characters didn’t exist as real people in my mind, I’d have nothing to write. I wouldn’t necessarily call that magic but it’s something I’m unable to explain.

  2. ha ha ha! i never knew rob was a model! that is hilarious but also really cool! it’s sort of a good thing to not care what people think! im sorry about that job but hey look on the bright side, you’re now an actor and under the hottest celebs of the year!

  3. http://www./ says:

    Ok….I have never even auditioned for a part, yet I know I am a good actor.Hell, I do it everyday in real life. I have a great sense of the moment. I’m from St. Louis, Mo. Where do I start?(short funny story) When I was in college another lifetime ago, I volunteered as a crisis counselor. Part of the training involved role playing. I took the part of the suicidal caller. Afterward, the trainer praised my role playing ability. The funny part was, I wasn’t acting. I was the part. That’s when I knew. I’ve been on stage ever since.

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