posts about the 50th that confirms the Doctor Who fandom has finally lost it
No, we just have a sense of humor
No, we’ve lost it
We’ve definitely lost it. *pulls up a chair next to the Sherlock fandom*
the animators for this movie had a snowflake generator so that every single snowflake in the movie was different and if you don’t think that’s really punk rock idk what to tell u
shame they couldn’t do that with women’s faces
okay i could be completely wrong here because i only did research for about 5 minutes so i apologize in advance but
You know that Rapunzel is originally a German fairy tale, part of the collection assembled by the Grimm brothers. And Frozen is based off of a tale by danish author Hans Christian Andersen (The Snow Queen).
Look at their faces. Yes, there is a lot of similarities between the two. The animators may have been feeling a lazy, but realize that Germany and Denmark are literally right next to each other. Obviously there’s gonna be some similarities in their faces—they live in the same region. But, look at all the differences that do separate their two origins: Anna has lighter skin, different shaped eyes, a smaller, pointier nose, freckles, thicker eyelashes and eyebrows, rounder chin, thinner neck.
They look similar because there’s a regional similarity.
It makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside when tumblr feminists get burnt to a crisp. :)
You mean Eediache, right?
“Actually, I painted a picture of Rue,” Peeta says. “How she looked after Katniss had covered her in flowers.”
There’s a long pause at the table while everyone absorbs this. “And what exactly were you trying to accomplish?” Haymitch asks in a very measured voice.
“I’m not sure. I just wanted to hold them accountable, if only for a moment,” says Peeta. “For killing that little girl.”
Ok, moment of talking about this…
First off, you realize (at least in the books) Peeta never saw how Rue looked covered in flowers?! The Capitol never showed that footage, it was too inflamatory. So even when the Victor (or in their case the Victors) re-saw their games in the closing ceremonies, he didn’t see Katniss cover Rue in flowers (they showed her singing though), so he literally painted that by his memory of what Rue looked like and how Katniss described it, alone. And the Gamemakers knew what it was. They knew what he was doing and it scared them. While Katniss was always the shocking Girl on Fire, Peeta was the soft-spoken boy in love with her. That was what the Capitol’s image was of him… but right then, he shows to be just as angry, just as passionate and just as rebellious as Katniss. While Katniss has shocked everyone with her dresses, her actions against the Capitol in both games, and later the war, and has the government scared of her and trying to kill her because of it, Peeta’s thing runs even deeper in that moment. Peeta’s painting reminds them that Rue wasn’t just some little prop, some random tribute that Katniss covered in flowers and sang to at one point… she was a little girl. A little girl that they helped kill. And he didn’t even need to put it into words.
Seriously, Peeta is pretty badass and brave and anyone who says shit about him will feel my wrath.
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Someone wrote Sugar, were going down swinging on the bathroom wall in blood and now our school is on lockdown omfg
THE POLICE ARE HERE OMFG
There is this girl laughing her ass off in the corner of my classroom. I wonder if she…
I just made a new friend
are you not gonna ask her the fucking source of the blood
it was a girl. in a bathroom. figure it out.