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intoasylum:

disney princesses + greek mythology

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zulidoodles:

[[I had to ok I watched this dang movie four times already]]

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berrykillings:

Remember when Nickelodeon had a song about sexual harassment

Never forget

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I’ve been stockpiling new arty stuff lately: charcoal, pencils, charcoal pencils, markers, etc. Problem being I can’t use them. I decided to try but my expectations were way too high for myself (still shit I have like zero confidence). But you have to start somewhere and hey it’s just for fun. So yanno this is what I’ve been doing this week, don’t judge me I know I’m crap.

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raymukada:

simon monroe + text posts.

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romantichic:

howaboutdisney:

OH MY GOD YOU ARE VERY TALENTED WHOEVER MADE THIS 

Omg

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If you were being flippant about it, you’d say that all it took was a little bit of fire, really, and some human shouting to go with it. You’d say that was all Liesel Meminger needed to apprehend her second stolen book, even if it smoked in her hands. Even if it lit her ribs.

The problem, however, is this:

This is no time to be flippant.

It’s no time to be half watching, turning around, or checking the stove—because when the book thief stole her second book, not only were there many factors involved in her hunger to do so, but the act of stealing it triggered the crux of what was to come. It would provide her with a venue for continued book thievery. It would inspire Hans Hubermann to come up with a plan to help the Jewish fist fighter. And it would show me, once again, that one opportunity leads directly to another, just as risk leads to more risk, life to more life, and death to more death.

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