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7 Things We Learned From Misha Collins' Existential Crisis On Facebook

Who is a celebrity, really?

Yesterday (August 14), "Supernatural" star Misha Collins shared this long post on his Facebook page. Apparently, Facebook deactivated his account because he "impersonated a celebrity." In true hilarious Misha Collins fashion, he runs with the idea of what it actually means to be a "celebrity." Look out, folks. We're going all existential here.

  1. Misha Collins doesn't write down his Facebook password.

    Since this isn't the first time he's forgotten his password, he should probably come up with a system or something in order to remember it.

  2. Co-starring on a hit TV show since 2008 apparently doesn't qualify oneself as being a "celebrity."

    So, exactly how many seasons should one be on a show to be considered a full-fledged celebrity? Well, both Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki have been on "Supernatural" since the beginning, way back in 2005, and they're considered celebrities. Guess that means you have to be on a TV show for at least 10 years before Facebook deems you celeb-worthy.

  3. The Kardashians are considered famous by Facebook, while Misha Collins is not.

    "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" has been on since 2007, but that's still a year longer than Misha's been on "Supernatural." Hmmmm. #ShotsFired

  4. Therefore, it's probably safe to assume Facebook prefers "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" over "Supernatural."

    Big mistake, Facebook. I'd rather have Kardashians after me than Winchesters.

  5. Facebook apparently dislikes like the name "Misha Collins."

    Personally, I think it's a kick-ass name, but I guess Facebook doesn't. Perhaps it likes the way "Dmitri Krushnic" sounds more so than "Misha Collins."

  6. Misha Collins doesn't always believe in capitalizing "I" and "I'm."

    Maybe Facebook believes celebrities should obey the laws of the English language? I don't know. I don't make the rules here.

  7. Misha Collins is able to explain existentialism better than that philosophy class you took back in high school or college.

    Like, it all makes sense now. He doesn't know who he is; he doesn't know how he fits into the world around him. I GET IT NOW.