what if with our first clot of air when we are born we inhale a soul, and every time we breathe out, we squeeze a tiny part of our souls out. would our final breath actually be the very last soul fragment leaving our bodies?
Woah woah wait
you know those things that say “you become like the 5 people you hang out with the most”
that would explain why, because you would actually be inhaling little parts of them over time
Oh my god
This dude was happily taking pictures of girls legs, feet and whatever else he pleased without their consent. So I snapped my own pic and said “enjoy the internet motherfucker’. He laughed at me. Plz share. #publicshame #newYork #subway
God it looks like its mostly the same cast as the first one!
the rebranding of abercrombie and fitch. if you support this company, you’re a useless piece of shit. i’ll be hitting up some of the local goodwill stores this week.
Signal boosts this so hard. Props to what this guy is doing!
THIS IS SO GOOD. EVERYONE WATCH IT AND SPREAD IT.
Clara is cal you can’t make me change my mind. That’s why she and River where still linked.
Remember when they were going to censor the internet?
Remember when people cared about Kony?
Remember when people did the cinnamon challenge?
Remember when everyone played Temple Run?
Remember the Alamo?
Remember the Titans?
remember who you are
Merida, from the animated movie Brave, has just been inducted into the pantheon of Disney Princesses. As the daughter of a king and the star of a Disney/Pixar movie, she does seem like an obvious choice. The only problem is that prior to being officially crowned as a Disney Princess, she was given a makeover.
In Brave, Merida has messy, curly hair to match her rebellious personality. She wears a long, plain dress, looks like normal girl in her early teens, and is seldom seen without her bow and arrow. Disney’s “Princess” Merida tells a different story: flowing hair, a more “adult” figure and facial features, and an off-the-shoulder dress with sparkly details. Instead of having a quiver full of arrows slung around her hips, she accessorizes with a stylish belt.
Brave fans are far from happy about this new development, but few are as annoyed as Merida’s original co-creator, Oscar-winning director Brenda Chapman… [READ MORE]
I AM SO MAD ABOUT THIS. I loved this movie precisely for all the reasons listed in the article, and would have loved her infinitely more if the movie had come out when I was little. (See also: MULAN. I wasn’t athletic but I loved tomboyish girls because I never felt especially feminine as a kid, either.) It’s so distressing to see Disney reinforcing the notion that there’s only one kind of girl who would be interested in their various properties. There are lots of different types of girls! MAYBE YOU SHOULD TRY TO MAKE MOVIES FOR ALL OF THEM. Just a thought.
I mean, it’s bad enough they slap a pair of c-cups on Snow White, who’s essentially 14, but this?
JUST FUCK OFF WITH THIS SHIT, DISNEY. You’re undermining your own messages, and it’s… it’s fucking laughable…
Also, taking away her bow and arrow? The real Merida would’ve put up one hell of a fight, and she sure as hell wouldn’t be smiling. Nor would she be seen dead in that turquoise abomination.
looks like they need about 40k more signatures.