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butterbeermustache:

So I finally cracked open my Princess Diaries special edition dvd, and immediately went to the bloopers, as you do, and decided that the internet needed even more reasons to love Julie Andrews. You’re welcome.

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howaboutdisney:

lovedyouatonce-onceuponadream:

Me as a mom

this was a severe plot twist for me

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maz-z:

cl0ud-dust:

These shorts are getting weirder…

YOU MEAN BETTER.

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timeturner:

zeherili:

I am so done with white people wearing bindis. Do white people even understand the significance of a bindi? If you do understand the significance but choose to blatantly ignore it, then congratulations for ignoring cultural appropriation and for looking like the white trash you are.

what the fUCK IS THIS WHY ARE YOU LINING THE BINDIS ALONG YOUR EYEBROWS VANESSA HUDGENS WHY ARE YOU BEING SO GROSS TAKE THE SYMBOLS OF MY CULTURE OFF YOUR FACE THEY ARE NOT YOUR TACKY FASHION ACCESSORIES

timeturner:

zeherili:

I am so done with white people wearing bindis. Do white people even understand the significance of a bindi? If you do understand the significance but choose to blatantly ignore it, then congratulations for ignoring cultural appropriation and for looking like the white trash you are.

what the fUCK IS THIS WHY ARE YOU LINING THE BINDIS ALONG YOUR EYEBROWS VANESSA HUDGENS WHY ARE YOU BEING SO GROSS TAKE THE SYMBOLS OF MY CULTURE OFF YOUR FACE THEY ARE NOT YOUR TACKY FASHION ACCESSORIES

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disneymusictime:

m3at-dagg3r:

elleandtheoubliette:

vixianna:

yamino:

heckyeahelsanna:

headcanonsforelsanna:

sandwichesandsideburns:

I love how Hans is all subtle and Anna just CRASHES into him.

Does Anna even know how strong she is? I mean, she hit a wolf away with a lute. She just batted it away like it was nothing. And then she punches Hans flying off a boat. He arches. Arches.AND LET’S NOT FORGET SHE JUST ACCIDENTALLY THROWS A BUST FAR AWAY LIKE IT’S NOTHING. HOW STRONG IS THIS GIRL?

People also forget that she pulled kristoff up a cliff and pulled a tree down to hit marshmallow in the face… this girl

Anna born with superstrength and her while life her parents just told her she was clumsy and ordinary.  They didn’t want to deal with another weird superpowered daughter.

Headcanon accepted! Anna has super strength and Elsa has Ice Powers. They’d make a great crime fighti- wait…haven’t we seen that before?


HEADCANON DEFINITELY ACCEPTED NOW

Strength? Ice? SIBLINGS? Guys, you’re missing a thing:



Do you wanna throw the Mjolniiiiir? Or cross the Bifrost to Midgaaard?

disneymusictime:

m3at-dagg3r:

elleandtheoubliette:

vixianna:

yamino:

heckyeahelsanna:

headcanonsforelsanna:

sandwichesandsideburns:

I love how Hans is all subtle and Anna just CRASHES into him.

Does Anna even know how strong she is? I mean, she hit a wolf away with a lute. She just batted it away like it was nothing. And then she punches Hans flying off a boat. He archesArches.AND LET’S NOT FORGET SHE JUST ACCIDENTALLY THROWS A BUST FAR AWAY LIKE IT’S NOTHING. HOW STRONG IS THIS GIRL?

People also forget that she pulled kristoff up a cliff and pulled a tree down to hit marshmallow in the face… this girl

Anna born with superstrength and her while life her parents just told her she was clumsy and ordinary.  They didn’t want to deal with another weird superpowered daughter.

Headcanon accepted! Anna has super strength and Elsa has Ice Powers. They’d make a great crime fighti- wait…haven’t we seen that before?

HEADCANON DEFINITELY ACCEPTED NOW

Strength? Ice? SIBLINGS? Guys, you’re missing a thing:

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Do you wanna throw the Mjolniiiiir? Or cross the Bifrost to Midgaaard?

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jerkidiot:

wlovepierce:

jerkidiot:

sonnyforpresident:

jerkidiot:

jerkidiot:

IM A TEENAGER I WANNA BE DANGEROUS I WANNA DO SOMETHING CRAZY I WANNA GO STEAL A TRAFFIC LIGHT

REBELLION

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AM I THE ONLY ONE WHO THOUGHT TRAFFIC LIGHTS WERE A LOT SMALLER

YOU THINK THAT’S BIG?? CHECK OUT THIS STOP SIGN I JUST GRABBED

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STOP STEALING ROAD NAVIGATIONAL ESSENTIALS.

NO

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once-upon-a-time-the-end:

He said if he ran in those shoes, they’d fall off.

once-upon-a-time-the-end:

He said if he ran in those shoes, they’d fall off.

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sincerelybillie:

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I recently saw a tweet and promptly corrected and unfollowed someone who designated Vanessa Hudgens “queen of Coachella”. Rather dramatic intro, I know, but let me explain.

For those who haven’t succumb to the ironic mainstream trend of attending indie-underground music festivals, Coachella is a massive musical and arts gathering of (genuine) fans of artists such as MGMT, Kid Cudi, Grouplove, Zedd, etc. I mean, that’s what it’s supposed to be, right? That’s why I would go. That’s why any remotely musically aware and passionate person would go.

But recently, I feel like it’s become a disgusting fashion show. And the theme every fucking year? CULTURAL APPROPRIATION.

Cultural appropriation is the adoption of some specific elements of one culture by an entirely different one. It’s why people get so offended at white girls wearing bindis to Coachella, as well as kortas and saris and dresses and crop tops. The Native American tribal attire is also common at these events, as the queen of cultural appropriation shows here.

It’s absolutely stupid, and I know attacking idiots isn’t as important as educating the ignorant, but excuse me for somehow doing both because

I

AM

PISSED.

When you’re an Indian immigrant or a Native American (who by the way aren’t Indians, if you haven’t caught on to the fact that Columbus was wrong), you attend school and work and you get strange looks for looking the way you do, trying to preserve your roots. If I dressed traditionally and un-Americanly (whatever that is defined as: jeans and shirts, tanks and skirts), I would get such stares. And some people don’t mind. They wear their bindis (MARRIED INDIAN WOMEN) and their kortas (WITH PANTS BECAUSE THE CULTURE DOESNT EXPOSE A LOT OF SKIN) and saris with their midriff mostly covered (BECAUSE ITS NOT A CROP TOP AND WE’RE NOT A CULTURE OF BELLY DANCERS) proudly and appropriately. And they get judged for not assimilating into American norms.

Yet white people and people completely separate from the Indian ethnicity, completely unaware of how important and meaningful that culture is to its people, go to events like Coachella and butcher it.

You’re a cute white girl at Coachella.

You’re a foreign Indian girl everywhere else.

Fuck whoever promotes that. You don’t look cute, you look like a fucking jackass with “I Am A Rather Racist Hypocrite Who Doesn’t Really Know What’s Going On” stamped on your damn forehead.

Now, I’m not bashing Vanessa Hudgens personally. I’m mad at what she represents and promotes. Lou Teasdale and Gemma Styles have put their idiocy on Instagram for the world to see. And when fans and followers see it, they get influenced and wanna follow this cool trend.

I just wish famous people used their positions more wisely and realized how disrespectful they’re being by undermining, casualizing, and westernizing something so significant and precious to people who face hypocritical discrimination for the exact same attire worn correctly!!!

You don’t look good. Your “outfit of the day” designates you the “ignorant asshole of the day”. And if you’ve attended Coachella in the past like this, shame on you and please learn from this and never do it again. Who are you impressing? The other clueless shits who want likes on Instagram or to blend into a gypsy hippie culture perpetuated by lack of knowledge? And if you’re attending the upcoming weekend festivals, reconsider your outfit.

You can look good without pissing off people. And it’s not the same thing as someone saying “Oh, you’re dressed so risque.” Showing skin is awesome, go you. But this is “Oh, you’re dressed like a people who you know nothing about and this is not the occasion for it.” And that is something someone has the right to be pissed off about.

Educate yourselves. And go to Indio to enjoy the fucking music. That’s why you paid $400, right?

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sincerelybillie:

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I recently saw a tweet and promptly corrected and unfollowed someone who designated Vanessa Hudgens “queen of Coachella”. Rather dramatic intro, I know, but let me explain.

For those who haven’t succumb to the ironic mainstream trend of attending indie-underground music…

if it was down to me to save your life, would you trust me to do it?

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kruelkids:

As a little girl, I loved getting ready for Indian weddings. It was one of the few occasions my mom would let me wear her red lipstick. Right before we would leave she would call me into her room and let me pick out a bindi to wear to go along with my colorful lengha. Back then I only understood bindis as pretty sparkly celebratory stickers that would eventually slide around my sweaty forehead on the dance floor.

As I grew up more and more people informed me I was not really American, I was Indian, and not just Indian, I was “dot-not-feather-Indian.” I was mocked for that dot. People would put stickers on their foreheads, chant fake prayers, roll their eyes back and bobble their heads. “Look, I am Indian too.” Their ignorant fallacy of Indians was boiled down into that dot and burned into my skin.

One halloween my Mom and older brother were sweet enough to take me trick-or-treating around the neighborhood. I wore fairy wings and my brother had a Scream mask on. I remember my brother being embarrassed my Mom was wearing traditional Indian clothes, but I didn’t understand. Why were we allowed to wear silly costumes, but my Mom was not allowed to wear her real clothes? It started to get dark out and my Mom was worried, but I begged to stay out a little longer. As we rounded a neatly trimmed cul-de-sac a group of white boys on bikes slowed down. They began shouting things at us. Then they started pelting eggs at us. My brother ran after them and they took off. Later, he explained that they had been yelling at us for being Indian. For simply being. My Mom was silent the entire walk home. 

In college, my first American boyfriend told me that when his friends found out I was dot-Indian they asked if my pussy tasted like gross curry. It made my face burn red and my eyes well up as I finally came to the understanding that despite being born and raised in New York I would forever be considered a foreigner to these people. It didn’t matter if I wore clothes like them or spoke like them. I will always be a dot.

If I were the same little girl who was just excited to wear lipstick to weddings I wouldn’t care about you wearing a studded bindi to your EDM concert, but being called shitskin really changes things. I have been branded with this dot since I was born, along with every stereotype it holds. My dot is not a fad for you to wipe off when you are done with it. You cannot pick and choose with parts of my culture you will welcome into America with open arms for fashion’s sake while still barricading my family out. 

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“When I first got this role I just cried like a baby because I was like, “Wow, next Halloween, I’m gonna open the door and there’s gonna be a little kid dressed as the Falcon.” That’s the thing that always gets me. I feel like everybody deserves that. I feel like there should be a Latino superhero. Scarlett does great representation for all the other girls, but there should be a Wonder Woman movie. I don’t care if they make 20 bucks, if there’s a movie you’re gonna lose money on, make it Wonder Woman. You know what I mean, ’cause little girls deserve that.”

Anthony Mackie (via rexilla)

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30secondstocalifornia:

 Songs that are turning 10 years old In 2014 (Based on release dates)

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