kyleehenke:

When my brother goes to fast food places and they ask for a name to put the order under he tells them “dad” and then you have a fast food guy holding a tray of food yelling for dad

nonasuch:

additionally, I CANNOT GET OVER Steve’s fucking Sadness Errands that he keeps running around DC, like, his schedule literally goes

6 AM: jogging

7:15: unburden soul to total stranger, lacking better options

3 PM: visit own museum exhibit to stare at the Dead Best Friend Wall

4:30: attempt meaningful human connection with sole surviving contemporary; fail due to Alzheimer’s

6 PM: dinner for one

7 PM: contemplate own loneliness, probably

I CLICKED PAST IT TOO FAST BUT GULLIVER DEFINITELY JUST MENTIONED “BOBBERY OF ROGUEPORT” WHEN I WAS TALKING TO HIM

NINTENDO YOU DO CARE

zulchep:

frostytower:

disneyaddictgirl:

neko-chicana:

tifamex:

"The first Disney Movie to tell girls they can fight too is Frozen!"

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"Frozen is the first Disney Movie where the girl didn’t need a man to save her!! <3 "

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"Frozen is the first Disney movie about loving sisters!"

"Frozen is the first Disney movie to question why someone would get married after knowing them for only a day."

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"Frozen is the first film to have a blonde male lead who doesn’t fit the cookie cutter mold

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I think a better way would be to acknowledge it as the first Disney Princess musical—which is a big difference. The Princess musical line tends to have a lot more influence with little girls than the non-musical, non-princess Disney films.

(also I don’t include Enchanted in pretty much anything because it was a steaming shitheap of awful)

Well, that’s true, it was the first Disney Princess musical to do those things. I’ll acknowledge that. But I’ve seen people who seem to act as if these prior films that did these things aren’t as important or simply didn’t happen and it just makes me so very sad. (Also, Mulan is technically part of the Disney Princess line-up. ;o)

I never saw Enchanted so I can’t comment on it beyond its premise being interesting. I’m just weird and my favorite Disney movies are the ones about anthropomorphic rats, Atlantis, and Hunchback of Notre Dame.

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This is definitely difference in upbringing talking but I still have to wrap my head around the idea that some parents limited/restricted their children’s access to video games or television or whatnot every now and again

Like, my own parents generally kept an eye on us to make sure we did our homework but if we got all of our responsibilities done then we were allowed to use our free time as we wished whether it was to read or play video games or play on the computer or watch television

And when I was in high school it seemed so strange to me to have friends whose parents didn’t let them play more than X hours of video games on the weekdays, or a friend whose parents only allowed them to play video games on Friday-Sunday (if I remember right)

It doesn’t make them worse parents, obviously, it’s just something that was different that I had literally no experience with (given my parents were also considerably lax with punishments because they really dreaded having to ground us or have to keep up with taking away privileges) and sometimes I still have to stop and think wait

not everyone was allowed to play game boy for 6 hours as long as they did all their algebra homework first

okay showertime now

irrayditation:

bUNNY

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hachibani:

haha ha happy birthday you snob

hachibani:

haha ha happy birthday you snob

frostytower:

disneyaddictgirl:

neko-chicana:

tifamex:

"The first Disney Movie to tell girls they can fight too is Frozen!"

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"Frozen is the first Disney Movie where the girl didn’t need a man to save her!! <3 "

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"Frozen is the first Disney movie about loving sisters!"

"Frozen is the first Disney movie to question why someone would get married after knowing them for only a day."

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"Frozen is the first film to have a blonde male lead who doesn’t fit the cookie cutter mold

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