I got Aladdin, which is my second favorite and I absolutely love it. My actual favorite is Emperor’s New Groove, which is forgotten a lot. I also love Great Mouse Detective :)
Response to Which Movie Is This? The Emoji Edition:
8/8 first try. Pretty easy
Someone literally came into my work last night and asked if we had grey hair dye. My response was, “all the hair color we have is meant to cover grey up.”
Response to What Book Made You Fall In Love With Reading?:
Absolutely, 100% The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. I remember, I was 6 years old and my mom told me about the Hobbit for the first time, how much she loved it as a kid, and I said I wanted to read it. She got me my own copy and I inhaled the damn thing! I wanted to know everything I could—about Bilbo and the Ring, about Middle Earth—and I needed more! She saw how much I loved Tolkien’s world and surprised me with a copy of LOTR. I’ve never looked back. To date, I think I’ve read it 11 times. And I’ve viewed the movies an ungodly number of times too (Fellowship alone is 244!), but because of those stories, I developed my deep love of books. And now I read everything with as much joy and excitement as I did the first time I sat down to join Mr. Bilbo on an unexpected journey all those years ago. And I’m also thankful that they were my book-loving catalysts, because every time I re-read them, it feels just like the first time :)
Response to Which Book Is Best To Read For The First Time?:
I’m going to say Battle Royale by Koushun Takami and Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez. Both—upon my first reading—brought me to tears, made me laugh, smile, gasp and want more. I’m sure if anyone had been around me while I was reading them, I would have gotten a fair few odd looks. But they were both such realized worlds, with so many rich characters, that I would give anything to be able to experience diving into them all over again for the very first time. Mostly because I want to feel that same gut-wrenching feeling of betrayal and heartbreak I felt the first time around, and that oh so sweet feeling of being truly, blissfully happy. Until that point, only a select number of films had been able to deliver (Looking at you, Fellowship).
The Mason-Dixon Line has nothing to do with Virginia, or any state, belonging to the “north” or “south”. It was meant to determine who held claim over Philadelphia between Maryland and Pennsylvania.
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