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popularboyfriend:

my life is one part “wait” and another part “what”

ydrill:

Cats in love

sharped0:

beyonceofmysticfalls:

Imagine the middle child wandering by herself onto your aisle at Walmart.

ok but what about the youngest child? ‘human being’ sounds like she’s secretly a reptilian and is trying very hard to convince everyone she isnt.

sharped0:

beyonceofmysticfalls:

Imagine the middle child wandering by herself onto your aisle at Walmart.

ok but what about the youngest child? ‘human being’ sounds like she’s secretly a reptilian and is trying very hard to convince everyone she isnt.

pleasantgoose:

pleasantgoose:

the app store has really stepped up its game

i didn’t set my ipod on fire for 5 notes

pleasantgoose:

pleasantgoose:

the app store has really stepped up its game

i didn’t set my ipod on fire for 5 notes

milesjai:

all-brawn-no-brain:

the-girl-who-laughed:

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THIS IS HILARY DUFF.

THIS QUEEN BUILT DISNEY CHANNEL AND DIDN’T HAVE A SAD, DISAPPOINTING DOWNSPIRAL.

SHE IS THE ONLY DISNEY STAR THAT GOT IT RIGHT AND NOW SHE’S A HAPPILY MARRIED MOTHER.

THAT’S HOW ITS DONE.

CAN I ALSO ADD THAT SHE BATTLED ANOREXIA AND BEAT IT ALL TO HELL

“THE ONLY DISNEY STAR THAT GOT IT RIGHT”????

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otterly-riddikulus:

lyssismore:

Always reblog Easy A.

This movie is gold

notinfrontofthecat:

this-i-swearbythestars:

wish-upon-the-disney-star:

This scene is SO important. Maleficent is with someone she trusts, someone she considers a friend. And then the next thing she knows, she wakes up in pain, bleeding, with her wings burned off. A huge part of her has been destroyed.

Rape is so prominent in our culture that it is in a Disney movie. Maybe not explicitly, but it is very clear what this scene represents and it is so sad.

Normally I hate adding comments to posts but considering Angelina Jolie is very involved in women’s rights and works overseas to bring awareness to sexual assault/rape/etc, I’m betting she did this intentionally to highlight it. I think she had a lot of control over this movie.

He didn’t just take her wings either, he DRUGGED her first. It was very clear and terrifying. I also enjoyed this movie because instead of being about a girl who finds love with a boy it was about a woman who finds her way back to herself after going through such a terrible betrayal by loving a little girl and fighting tooth and nail to protect her. “True loves kiss” wasn’t about a prince coming to Aurora’s rescue, it was about THIS woman coming to her rescue. Women looking out for women (or in this case, woman looking out for young innocent girl) needs to happen more in Disney movies. 

captainlitebrite:

is there anything on earth more anxiety inducing than being given unclear instructions and then put under time pressure