Lizilla's Raaaaaaaaaants

leannamarie00:

My life in one gifset

iloverichardwright:

estychan:

I have been waiting for this post my entire life.

Gonna scream

chrislilleyfans:

First glimpse of Jonah from Tonga!

Jonah From Tonga takes us on an adventurous journey into the life of 14-year-old rebellious schoolboy Jonah Takalua, his family, friends and the crew of teachers and counsellors who are exhaustively trying to help him channel his seemingly limitless energy into bigger and brighter things.

thesmartestnonasian:

I can’t wait.

therothwoman:

shh-im-wondering:

seekingthespheres:

"What they don’t understand about birthdays and what they never tell you is that when you’re eleven, you’re also ten, and nine, and eight and seven, and six, and five, and four, and three, and two, and one." -Sandra Cisneros, "Eleven"

Oh no this is super adorable

I finally stopped to take a closer look at this and oh my GOD this is amazing.

aboutanothergameover:

come on guys, let’s take a pic for the instagram 

the-differentiator:

KFC shared this. 

the-differentiator:

KFC shared this. 

  1. Kiss like you mean it.
  2. Remember their birthday, every year.
  3. Make them feel special, even on a monday night with a forecast of rain.
  4. Befriend their Mom, she will tell you stories that no one else can.
  5. Order each other food at restaurants, just to try something new.
  6. Shower together, you may learn to love your body, by seeing the desire and passion in your partners eyes.
  7. Leave notes when you go out for the day, it will make you feel safe.
  8. Watch the Breakfast Club, and pump up your fist in the end, even if it only happens once.
  9. Care for each other when sick, soup is the easiest thing to make.
  10. Make chocolate covered strawberries in summer simply because you can.
  11. Go fishing with their Dad, and listen to what he has to say, even if he may have trouble saying it.
  12. Give each other little presents, even if its just a rose on friday the 13th.
  13. Get angry, but forgive.
  14. Love, love with all you’ve got.
14 things to remember in a relationship (via hollowfawn)
The only thing that really surprises me is that everybody makes a big deal of women being seen as a sexual object or being seen as sexy and hot. But nobody realizes that guys have been doing this forever, from Motley Crue to this new generation of bands that are showing abs or covering themselves in tattoos and taking pictures with no shirts on. So it’s pretty much the same thing. Girls are looking at attractive guys. Guys are looking at women. The point is that I would never want to be a man. Being as a woman, I accept my sensual part and accept the fact that I can be attractive toward somebody else.
Cristina Scabbia (via l-o-s-t-i-n-h-e-a-v-e-n)
bri-ecrit:

kristoffbjorgman:

peter-acorn:

howdoyoutakeoff:

disneymagicman:

imagineertobe:

disneymagicman:

These are real villains of the story, I’ve not seen one single person point that out…

They were not abusive, you guys all suck.

Are you kidding? They are King and Queen, they are supposed to know what is best and love their children. But what they taught her is to conceal and hide herself from the world in her room for countless years. If thats not abusive for influencing and scaring a child into thinking she is dangerous then you have a strange idea of parenthood.

What, do you think they were doing it on purpose?? They wanted to help. They didn’t go about it the right way, and they made mistakes, but they didn’t want her to feel like a freak. Their methods were highly counterproductive, but they weren’t abusive.

mother gothal was abusive. these guys were just innocently clueless.

"innocently clueless" and "abusive" aren’t mutually exclusive
did they mean well? yes
were they actively trying to harm elsa and anna? no
were they abusive parents? fuck yes
abuse =/= intent

It’s actually a pretty great and subtle message (Frozen is really, really good at those): sometimes even the most well-meaning of parents make really terrible decisions that completely fuck up their kids.

bri-ecrit:

kristoffbjorgman:

peter-acorn:

howdoyoutakeoff:

disneymagicman:

imagineertobe:

disneymagicman:

These are real villains of the story, I’ve not seen one single person point that out…

They were not abusive, you guys all suck.

Are you kidding? They are King and Queen, they are supposed to know what is best and love their children. But what they taught her is to conceal and hide herself from the world in her room for countless years. If thats not abusive for influencing and scaring a child into thinking she is dangerous then you have a strange idea of parenthood.

What, do you think they were doing it on purpose?? They wanted to help. They didn’t go about it the right way, and they made mistakes, but they didn’t want her to feel like a freak. Their methods were highly counterproductive, but they weren’t abusive.

mother gothal was abusive. these guys were just innocently clueless.

"innocently clueless" and "abusive" aren’t mutually exclusive

did they mean well? yes

were they actively trying to harm elsa and anna? no

were they abusive parents? fuck yes

abuse =/= intent

It’s actually a pretty great and subtle message (Frozen is really, really good at those): sometimes even the most well-meaning of parents make really terrible decisions that completely fuck up their kids.