“My daughter was asked by a little old lady in a London hotel restaurant what her daddy did. She answered, “He’s a pirate” - I was very proud of that answer.” - Johnny Depp

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I’m fabulous.

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theprincessofarendelle:

Make me choose: golden era or renaissance era

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marrvelll:

here together, friends forever

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kristoff like ‘got this’ and anna ‘nope nop nope’

Basically this sums up their characters WAY too freaking well. 

kristoff like ‘got this’ and anna ‘nope nop nope’

Basically this sums up their characters WAY too freaking well. 

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herestorightnow:

I don’t think people truly understand just how much I admire and love Walt Disney.

This man has been a part of my life ever since I could remember. Whether I knew it or not, he was a part of my life. I may have never known what or who Walt Disney truly was when I was growing up, but that never stopped me from loving Disney. Because of him, I had one of the greatest childhoods. I was taught a lot about life, family, friends, as well as myself. He taught me to never give up on my dreams, and that I never truly have to grow up. I believe Walt Disney is who started the “Kid at heart” saying. He’s one of those people that everyone, whether you realize it or not, has loved and will always love. He’s been a part of everyone’s life since the start of it all, and he will continue to be a part of children’s and adults lives forever. Uncle Walt is a true legend. He’s an inspiration to many, including myself. No one will ever be as incredible as him.
I know it sounds crazy, but I honestly dream about actually getting the opportunity to meet him. And, although he passed away many years ago, I will never give up on that dream. I will meet him one day. When my day comes, I believe he will be there, welcoming me into Heaven’s Gates.
I love you Uncle Walt. Forever & Always. Thank you for everything you’ve brought into this world, and for everything you’ve ever taught me and continue to teach me.

herestorightnow:

I don’t think people truly understand just how much I admire and love Walt Disney.

This man has been a part of my life ever since I could remember. Whether I knew it or not, he was a part of my life. I may have never known what or who Walt Disney truly was when I was growing up, but that never stopped me from loving Disney. Because of him, I had one of the greatest childhoods. I was taught a lot about life, family, friends, as well as myself. He taught me to never give up on my dreams, and that I never truly have to grow up. I believe Walt Disney is who started the “Kid at heart” saying.
He’s one of those people that everyone, whether you realize it or not, has loved and will always love. He’s been a part of everyone’s life since the start of it all, and he will continue to be a part of children’s and adults lives forever.
Uncle Walt is a true legend. He’s an inspiration to many, including myself. No one will ever be as incredible as him.

I know it sounds crazy, but I honestly dream about actually getting the opportunity to meet him. And, although he passed away many years ago, I will never give up on that dream. I will meet him one day. When my day comes, I believe he will be there, welcoming me into Heaven’s Gates.

I love you Uncle Walt. Forever & Always. Thank you for everything you’ve brought into this world, and for everything you’ve ever taught me and continue to teach me.

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dr-archeville:

hufflepuffsquee:

dangerous-ladies:

escortcube:

You will address me as Captain or Ma’am by Ryoko-demon

It is so exceptionally hard to pull off that cartoony look, but this chick like… knocked it out of the park. Perfection.

OH MY GOD THIS COSPLAYER 





seriously JUST BROWSE HER GALLERY

Hollywood: “But we can’t make the costumes look like they do in the comic books or cartoons!  It’s too unrealistic!”
Me: “Lies!”
Hollywood: “It won’t look right!”
Me: “LIES!”
Hollywood: “Fans demand realism!”
Me: "YOU SIT ON A THRONE OF LIIIEEESSS!!!!!"

Reblogging this again for the the amazing photo additions and comments. 

dr-archeville:

hufflepuffsquee:

dangerous-ladies:

escortcube:

You will address me as Captain or Ma’am by Ryoko-demon

It is so exceptionally hard to pull off that cartoony look, but this chick like… knocked it out of the park. Perfection.

OH MY GOD THIS COSPLAYER 

Untouchable by Ryoko-demon

Just follow your heart by Ryoko-demon

Crazy winter by Ryoko-demon

Where are You, Pikachu? by Ryoko-demon

My ferngully by Ryoko-demon

seriously JUST BROWSE HER GALLERY

Hollywood: “But we can’t make the costumes look like they do in the comic books or cartoons!  It’s too unrealistic!”

Me: “Lies!”

Hollywood: “It won’t look right!”

Me: “LIES!”

Hollywood: “Fans demand realism!”

Me: "YOU SIT ON A THRONE OF LIIIEEESSS!!!!!"

Reblogging this again for the the amazing photo additions and comments. 

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mermaidchan05:

mermaids-and-anchors:

thedisneyseries:

Ariel and Hercules have a lot in common:
they’re related,
both want something more,
and both did go the distance in the end.
for anonymous!

Two of my favorite Disney movies <3 ALSO Mermaid & Mythology, my two favorite obsessions haha

GAH THIS IS ALSO REALLY CUTE

mermaidchan05:

mermaids-and-anchors:

thedisneyseries:

Ariel and Hercules have a lot in common:

  • they’re related,
  • both want something more,
  • and both did go the distance in the end.

for anonymous!

Two of my favorite Disney movies <3 ALSO Mermaid & Mythology, my two favorite obsessions haha

GAH THIS IS ALSO REALLY CUTE

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esoteriques:

um so lemme get this straight…tiana starts her own business in a time where black women had next to no rights….mulan pretty much saves china and becomes a top ranking military official….but the annoying sister in frozen makes a throwaway line about being gassy and gets lauded as the the first feminist princess??

I actually thought it was the whole “sacrificing herself to save her sister” thing that made her feminist, but yes, EXCELLENT point on how other Disney princesses (both official and not) were strong, feminist role models LONG before Frozen. Bless this post. Though frankly, I found Anna adorable not annoying, but your other points are 100% valid

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