Promise bread, then give me bread.
Promise future, then don’t leave.
Ask for friendship, then be there.
That’s what i ask, it’s all i need.

Request water, i shall let you
Quench your thirst however long,
Just see to it you take your shoes off,
Don’t bring dirt into my home.

If you dare to differ, surely
Know i don’t belong to man.
I will fly where you won’t reach me.
My roots were never on your land.

—  SH

But why hasn’t anyone drawn various character’s minds as if they were setup like the character’s minds from Inside Out? Do you realize how cool that would be!? And what an amazing character study it would be!?

Okay just picking random characters from Harry Potter as an example.

Like Professor McGonagall’s emotions would be evenly sized and would all be sitting around a table in an office-like setting, crisply talking to one another and getting sh*t done with 100% efficiency.

Whereas Alastor Moody would only have two emotions: a gigantic Anger and a gigantic Fear that are constantly running around in circles, screaming at one another.

Then you’ve got characters like Draco Malfoy. You’d assume that his strongest emotion would be Anger but in reality, his largest emotion is Fear and it dominates the rest of the emotions.

People should do this.


Shhhhh, love yourself.

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The show, titled MTV Unplugged, originally aired on MTV to help promote Carey’s album Emotions, as well as help shun critics who deemed Carey a possible studio artist. However, after its success, the show was released to the public as an EP, with an accompanying VHS titled MTV Unplugged +3. The album was a success, peaking at number three on the Billboard 200, and was certified three times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting shipments of three million copies within the United States.“I’ll Be There” was chosen as the lead single from the album. Due to its critical success up until that point, it was released one month before its parent EP, eventually becoming Carey’s sixth #1 in the United States, and one of the few songs to do so by two different acts. Globally, the song was successful, topping the singles charts in the charts in Canada, the Netherlands and New Zealand, as well as attaining the top five position in Ireland and the United Kingdom.

Celebrating 23 years of MTV Unplugged!