Anonymous said: Hello! I contemplated sending this message a few days ago but then felt bad so I didn't but I love your blog and don't want to unfollow.. Could you possibly tag self harm stuff, I'm going through a super sensitive time at the moment and having terrible urges and the smallest things are setting me off and I feel really bad asking cos I know the whole world doesn't revolve around me but yeah.. I love this tumblr :-) it makes me super happy. Sorry if this annoys you! Have a good day!
Oh, of course! I’ve tried to tag things, but I sometimes forget, and sometimes I’m not sure what to tag. I thought that if people had Tumblr Savior set to blacklist the words “self-harm” that it would work for posts with those words in the text, not just in the text. I guess I was wrong!
This isn’t a blog about self-harm, but I have been favoring reblogging some posts about. Since I started tracking web traffic, I became aware that many people found this blog by doing a search for “misha collins self-harm” as well as “misha collins leg scar” and related searches. I didn’t realize it at the time, but I think it’s something that resonates with a lot of my readers.
Edit: The top ten searches that lead to this blog are, in order, misha collins, misha collins tumblr, misha collins naked (lol), misha jensen hugs, misha collins wife, strange pictures of misha collins, misha collins accident, misha collins self harm and http://strangepicturesofmishacollins.tumblr.com/ (just put the URL in the top of the browser!).
Other fun searches: “does misha collins smoke” (no), “is misha collins a vegetarian” (no), “is misha collins his real name” (well, not his birth name), “does misha collins spine defect hurt” (I hope not!), “misha collins hates karla " (yes he does), "misha collins first car" (I have no idea), "can misha collins sing" (does Tibetan throat-singing count?), "how tall is misha collins?" (little under 6’0"), "is karla a good movie" (no), "fan says no to a hug from misha collins" (what?!)
Edit 2: Also, I would like to sincerely apologize to both you and anyone else who was triggered by those posts. I knew that they were triggering, and I’m very sorry that my neglect to tag them could have lead to someone being triggered. That was the opposite of what I hoped to achieve with them: I wanted to help people stop self-harming. I’m very sorry, and I hope I can make it up to you.