If you want to use your money to show Disney you’ll support them if they make more movies about folklore from other cultures, buy a copy of Arjun: The Warrior Prince instead of a ticket to see Frozen on November 27th. The film was written and directed in India, Inspired by the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata, and co-Produced by Walt Disney Pictures.
Supporting Disney’s effort to branch out and give studios in other countries funding to tell their own stories does more to show them the direction you want them to head than skipping another movie they’ve made. Boycotting one movie tells them what you don’t like, supporting another shows them what you do.
Plus, if they see movies like this selling well in America, it stands a better chance of convincing them to make more like it in America.
The rendering is not that great but overall this looks really awesome story and design wise (also layout and actual animation are quite cinematic)
I BOUGHT THE BABY A DOLL BED WHILE GARAGE SALE SHOPPING THINKING SHE WOULD JUST SNIFF AT IT AND NEVER SLEEP IN IT BUT SHE ABSOLUTELY ADORES IT AND HASN’T GOTTEN OUT OF IT IM SO HAPPY LOOK AT MY BABYDOLL
I’m so fucking happy this is getting notes this is the only post of mine that deserves this many notes please help me make it more popular than that awful fucking yeehaw post of mine
Swing/Jazz era slang - note many words have retained their slang meaning to now, some have disappeared, and still others’ meanings have changed greatly (and humorously as well!)
I am fucking swellelegant
Let’s bring ‘em all back, kids.
I never thought I’d need a gif of what looks like someone vacuuming a duck in my life.
to this day i think the best response to street harassment is when i saw this two dickheads from my block riding around yelling at girls and they screamed “SHOW US YOUR TITS” to this one woman who was running and she just took off her sunglasses and stared them down and you could hear “OH FUCK THAT’S MY MOM HIT THE GAS” and i’m pretty sure that boy is still grounded
SUMMERHILL SCHOOL!!! ENGLAND!!!!
My teacher told me about this in high school. As humans we have a natural thirst for knowledge. While naturally kids did their own thing for the first few weeks they eventually started going to class. It teaches them to want to go to class. You’re not forced to learn and because of that you want to learn.
Also they believe children should study at their own pace, not by age. So if you’re really smart at 14 you can be sitting a GCSE exam.
IS ANYONE ON TUMBLR FROM THIS SCHOOL?