a little girl in the grocery store just asked me if i was a princess because my dress was pretty and i said everyone’s a princess and she pointed to her dad and asked if he was a princess too and her dad said yep its true im a princess and she looked so happy idk it was adorable
so of all things tumblr needs to know i’m picking this, but i’m so happy right now cuz like, for the last 2 ish years (more???) I did this thing where i bought white/light coloured tops but forgot i didn’t have a white or beige (that shit is no ones skin colour lol) bra so i had to wear a white undershirt if I really wanted to wear one of those shirts which just got annoying so I didn’t wear them much at all. But I went to La Vie en Rose today (i’m doing my best to move on from the generally uncomfortable bras La Senza has) and got a super comfy beige colour bra. I’ll need to save up more to get fancier more exciting colour bras (which was sooo hard not to buy) cuz my other random bras are starting to not fit as well.
aside from that, but on a related note, i’m also pretty nervous right now, cuz i just did some online shopping for some dresses, so with some serious amounts of prayer, voodoo, luck, etc. they just might fit me, lol.
"I wrote down this speech that I had no time to practice so this will be the practicing session. Thank you Alfre, for such an amazing, amazing introduction and celebration of my work. And thank you very much for inviting me to be a part of such an extraordinary community. I…
oh my god one of the little kids at the camp i work at made a game called wreck it ralph tag
basically theres one wreck it ralph whos it and when they tag someone they shout ‘IM GONNA WRECK IT’ and the person who got tagged has to crumble like a building and sit and wait for a fix it felix (which is who ever isnt either it or crumbled) to come along and tap them ten times with their hammer to fix them
One of the best Superman moments never appeared in a Superman comic. A 2008 issue of Nightwing included a scene of Superman and Nightwing talking in a dark, after hours Central Park. A security guard, flashlight in hand, tells them to scatter before he realises whom he’s addressing. ‘Oh, hey, jeez, Superman, Nightwing, my bad,’ he stammers, mortified by his own mistake. ‘The park can’t get any safer having you guy guys patrolling it, can it?’
Superman doesn’t miss a beat. ‘You mean having the three of us patrolling it,’ he answers. That’s it. That’s Superman. And he doesn’t deliver the line with a sarcastic eye roll or a sly ‘can-you-believe-this-guy?’ wink in Nightwing’s direction. Superman is just stating the facts. When he looks at this man, he doesn’t see an interloper or a pretender. He sees a peer.
That’s life in Superman’s world, here the most powerful being on the planet is glad to call you a friend as long as you work hard and help others. The ability to leap tall buildings in a single bound has nothing to do with it. Born on Krypton but raised in Kansas, Superman is a small-town boy who never developed a shell of big-city cynicism.
Critics sometimes throw jabs at the character, saying that Superman’s off-the-scale power makes him hard to relate to. Not true. Superman is just Clark Kent from Smallville at heart and he’d happily munch on a burger chatting with you about football prospects.
Superman’s humble roots enable him to empathize with all people from the mighty to the meek. He’s not Superman because he has the power to take over the world, He’s Superman because he won’t.
The very first super hero is the one with the biggest heart. After 75 years we’re all still looking up in the sky.
like i think this is interesting because oftentimes if you hear someone trying to academically or conceptually analyze animation and especially earlier looney toons or disney stuff theres a feeling that the person acknowledges that theyre projecting a type of…