I think this smackdown needs better, clearer rules. If Jasmine is allowed the tiger, then Rapunzel should be allowed Maximus. Y’know, for a fair fight. If Megara is allowed to have Hercules help her then Belle gets help from The Beast (If boyfriends are allowed). Better Movie? When did that become a way to win hand to hand combat?
Buzzfeed takes 5 minutes to write another article and annoys the crap out of everyone
I think he’s cute. Yeah the guy in a bear suit looks weird in a couple photos but the rest is cute
Response to Lego Just Got Told Off By A 7-Year-Old Girl:
Obviously written by a grown woman pretending to be her own daughter - real or imagined.
This 7 year old has amazing spelling skills for somebody her age. Would a 7 year old mispell “had” but get “adventure”, “barely”, and “section” correct first time? Not convinced by the purposefully mispelt-then-crossed-out easy words either.
Lego makes sets that will sell, so they can make money. They are purposefully made to be interchangable so you can easily turn Firefighter Man into Firefighter woman and sets include women in these roles anyway.
Children can play with any Lego toys they choose no matter what colour the box is. It’s up to parents to broaden their children’s horizons and let them know that even though there is a princess on the box, she might be an award winning rocket scientist super hero ninja too.
from a Doctor Who episode - Movellans, robot enemies of the Daleks
Response to “The Last Of Us” Built With Legos:
Lego is the name of the company, so even though there are lots of the bricks (or in the style of said bricks) it’s still called Lego (no ‘s). Not Legos. It’s not “Colgates” toothpastes, “Sonys” Playstation 4s or “Mattels” Barbies so it can’t be Legos Bricks.
Lego Bricks - get it right
Response to 25 Things That Will Make You Irrationally Angry:
Is the person featured in #18 Simon (honeydew) from the yogscast?
Response to 22 Things Every Mom Wants To Hear:
This shouldn’t be titled “what mom’s want to hear”: it implies that these statements are being made by their children… which makes these super creepy
? I don’t see the problem ?
I think this post is a FAIL
I’m adopted. I don’t mind being asked any of these questions. Maybe just chill out a bit? Each new person asking these questions might be the gazillionth time for you but it might be the honest first time for them, and these questions might be the first time they’ve ever thought about this situation.
Give them a break
The Time turners in Harry Potter help them to achieve the events that have ALREADY ACTUALLY HAPPENED… if somebody dies, they cannot be saved! Here’s why:
When they encounter the werewolf Lupin the first time it gets distracted by a wolf call, then when harry and Hermione return the second time it’s Hermoine that makes that wolf call - and so therefore she had made it the first time.
When Harry produces the Stag patronus the second time around he is only able to, because “I already had” - the first time around.
“Future them” are present the first time around but “past them” (and the audience) are unaware of that fact. There are several instances of this the first time around if you watch (or read) it again: Distracting themselves with a pebble, saving buckbeak and pissing off the executioner, making the wolf call, and saving harry and sirius at the lake’s edge. They were there the first time around in all cases so all the things they did when they went back in time HAD ALREADY HAPPENED. They didn’t change anything, they just fulfilled their roll in the events that had already occurred. If future Hermione hadn’t made that wolf call the werewolf wouldn’t have been distracted the first time.
So if something happens, it STAYS happened: they can’t go back to save anyone who dies, because if they do they already would have, and that person wouldn’t be dead. This is a time paradox that JK very cleverly avoided, but maybe wasn’t explained so well in the movies