I need Edna Mode as a life coach
Teen Wolf + awkward, unnecessary yelling
The Hemsworth brothers, Tom Hanks, and Meryl Streep star in a 1:00 “Charlie Bit My Finger” spoof
me when someone asks me to do math
wiener dogs stuck in sleeves are my new favorite thing
iconic video of my childhood
I can’t reblog this without providing a link in case anyone doesn’t know what this is. Because everyone should know what this is, I feel.
ok, true story. my professor saw this video a long time ago and thought it was really funny and he wanted to do a collab with the person who made it. so after a ton of researching he found out it was this teenager in california, and he called his home to see if he could contact him. his parents ended up answering, and so he told them about the video and asked permission to talk with their son. well the thing was they didnt know about the video. so after my professor told them about it, they looked it up and were super angry about all the profanity and crude humor and so they grounded their kid for a year. my professor got the creator of this video grounded by his parents, the internet is amazing.
Void Dylan causes a ruckus [x]
All I wanted was to receive the love I gave.
--10 word story (via loveyourchaos)
The complexity of character’s emotions in this movie is incredible.
Because of Anna’s past and having doors in her face throughout her childhood she’s developed a fear of them not opening.
Younger kids who watch Frozen now will probably completely overlook Anna’s hesitation. They’ll think of it as a funny line that Olaf said about her not being able to knock. But years from now when they re-watch this beautiful film they’ll notice just how sad it is. As they grow older and go through the same type of heartache Anna is experiencing; that same hesitation, they’ll understand just what this poor girl is going through.
They’ll relate to Frozen in a way that much more deep than just “that movie I watched as a kid” they’ll grow up learning new life lessons each time they watch it. Just like me, and many other Disnerds have with the films we used to watch as kids. I can’t wait til the younger generation starts picking up on just how amazing it is that they have Frozen to grow up with.