#24 is really fucking sexy.
#24 is really fucking sexy.
Relevant: Jinkx Monsoon serving up Dia de los Muertos realness. She won the challenge that week.
It also gave us “This Used to be My Playground,” which is Madonna’s best ballad ever.
“People like me are blemishes on the family’s genetic résumé.” Jesus, that line shattered me. I’ve often felt the same way. It can’t compare to yours, but I’ve ended up in a rather uncomfortable situation like this myself. At any rate, masterfully written piece. “Powerful” is too weak a word to describe it. Definitely the best thing I’ve read in a long time… and I go to college with some very talented creative writers.
I’m not sure the Cheshire Cat is a villain. Chaotic Neutral, at worst. He doesn’t really care what side he’s on so long as he’s amused. Fun fact: in the manga adaptation of Kingdom Hearts, Maleficent offered the Cheshire Cat a seat in her “Hellfire Club” of villains, but he turned her down.
I got Maleficent. Damn straight I’m Maleficent.
Ironically, when Disney first started, it was the exact opposite. The Prince in Snow White was meant to have a much larger role, but he was cut from all but two scenes because the animators found it far too difficult to draw him. You might notice that that’s why his facial features are somewhat feminine, as well.
…You proud of yourself? You proud of what you’ve published here?
The screenshot for #6 looks like it could be from a whole different movie. Just saying.
Contrary to what the headline might lead one to believe, I think she was trying to give sound fashion shopping advice (less is more, quality over quantity) rather than trying to sound like an entitled bitch. I also wouldn’t say Vivienne Westwood is just a “fashion designer,” she’s Vivienne fucking Westwood.
Oh my god, this absolutely shattered my heart (and my tear ducts). I hope, in the end, Christopher Robin at least knew that his stories brought joy to and enriched the lives of countless people around the world.
Well, it was a different climate 100 years ago, combined with the fact that they’re already black, so that softens the blow somewhat. Not saying it’s right, but from what this list says it looks like they used it as a tool at some points, not as a constant thing (or used it to play into the minstrel stereotypes). But I could be wrong.
What in the actual hell.
It seems like there are a lot of kids at my college who are getting married, and they’re still early 20s. It’s ridiculous! I don’t get it at all. And some of those Disney Princess ages are incorrect. Sorry bout it.
Pretty sure if you showed the “target audience” of these “games” something like Xenogears or Bayonetta, they’d have aneurysms. Also worth noting, the four games for Nintendo systems were all unlicensed, meaning they weren’t approved by Nintendo and were only sold on the black market. Irony!
And who says Pokémon aren’t real? Also, #9, talk about legs for days, goddamn.
And Lance Bass was also Sephiroth.
…Are you drunk?
I’m changing my name to Homo Hot Lips.
Pre-fame (literally) Lady Gaga had an uncredited guest role on The Sopranos, Season 3 Episode 9 “The Telltale Moozadell.”
#22 is amplified immensely by the Joan Crawford magnet.