5 Horrific Deaths You Forgot Were in Disney Cartoons

Someone dies in pretty much every Disney cartoon, but they do a good job of keeping it clean and bloodless. Most of the time the camera cuts away before the villain hits the bottom of that pitch black crevasse, and we’re left to merely imagine Gaston’s lifeless body impaled on a rocky spike somewhere. But once in a while, a gruesome death slips through the screening process…

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Ursula’s painting of Kiki, is titled “The Ship Flying Over The Rainbow”, and was painted by the students of a school for challenged children. Some minor alterations were made by Hayao Miyazaki and Kazuo Oga.

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Titanic (film) trivia: James Cameron wanted Kate’s hat at the beginning of the film to be absolutely gigantic, because the hats of that time were extravagant. James and costume designer Deborah L. Scott had to find a specific hatmaker in London able to make it, and even then they ran into troubles with finding the proper materials. “We didn’t have the same type of straw used in that period and getting the brim large enough was difficult without it collapsing. Finally, after agonizing and laboring over this hat, we gave it to Kate on the day of shooting and I saw that the car door she was meant to exit from was tiny. I was thinking what if she can’t get her head out of the doorway? There was no backup plan at all! But Kate very cleverly bowed her head down, and it’s a really great shot.”

7 Things That Still Bother Me About The Charlie Brown Christmas Special

1. Everyone’s giving Charlie Brown so much shit for what is clearly seasonal affective disorder

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Every Christmas, Charlie Brown gets sad and can’t figure out why - he knows he should be pumped for Christmas like all the other kids, but he’s depressed. Maybe it’s the commercialism (his theory). Maybe it’s the fact that he’s got no parents and is raising his little sister on his own and is completely bald (my theory). Or maybe it’s that this sounds exactly like seasonal affective disorder (a common mood disorder, typically affecting people at the onset of winter, in response to colder weather and less sunlight, amongst other causes).

Of course, this leads to all the kids treating Charlie Brown like garbage for daring to be clinically depressed. Lucy, Violet, and even Linus give Charlie Brown endless hassling for not feeling great. Lay off, you little assholes, he’s like 8 years old and is still having to deal with nearly getting strangled by his dog.

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Titanic (film) trivia: The ‘Titanic’ Los Angeles premiere was held on December 14, 1997 at Mann Chinese Theater in Hollywood. 1500 fans and heaps of A-List stars attended the event for the highly anticipated film.

(Kate Winslet was unable to make an appearance since she was in London, attending her childhood sweetheart’s funeral)

52 Totally Feasible Ways To Organize Your Entire Home

Use a Rail in Your Sink Cabinet for Cleaning Products

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Use a Magnetic Rack to Store Knives

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Use Tension Curtain Rods as a Divider for Cupboards

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Store Foil, Saran Wrap, and Wax Paper Rolls Inside of a Magazine Rack

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Use a Magazine Rack to Store Pot Lids

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Hang Pots and Pans on the Ceiling

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Attach Magnetic Spice Racks to the Side of Your Fridge

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Utilize Wall Space to Hang Utensils

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Use a Deep Kitchen Drawer to Store Utensils Vertically

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Supplement Your Fridge Storage

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Keep Bulk Items in Stackable Bins/Drawers

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Attach Undershelves in a Cabinet to Take Advantage of Vertical Space

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Hang boots with pants hangers.

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Hang Shoes on the Wall Using Crown Molding

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Label Your Hangers

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Turn Your Hangers to Find Out What You Really Wear

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Use Divider Shelves to Store Sweaters

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#49. Channel Orange was named the best album of 2012 by The A.V. Club, Billboard, Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune, Consequence of Sound, Entertainment Weekly, The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, musicOMH, The Sydney Morning Herald Now, Paste, PopMatters, Slant Magazine, Spin, The Washington Post, and Jon Pareles of The New York Times.
The album was also ranked #2 by Allmusic, Ann Powers, BBC, Complex, Exclaim!, Filter, Mojo, Pitchfork Media, and Rolling Stone, #3 by Clash, Jim DeRogatis, NME, State, and Time, and #5 by Uncut. The album was named “Album of the Year” by HMV’s Poll of Polls, an annual survey of UK critics and music writers from national print and online publications. Metacritic cited it as both the “top-ranked” and “best-reviewed major album” of 2012, as well as “one of the best-reviewed albums of the past decade”.

7 Dark but Believable Pokemon Fan Theories

7. Your dad was there all along

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Dads in Pokemon are like assholes: Everyone’s got one, and they all crush the spirits of their children with their continued and unexplained absence. The fact that almost every Pokemon trainer in the series lacks a father figure has long been the subject of speculation for fans. One of the most popular theories suggests that many of the world’s adult males died in the great Pokemon War, an ambiguous conflict referenced by the gym leader Lt. Surge in Red/Blue. As with the majority of depressing fan theories, it implies unspoken amounts of death and destruction that doesn’t line up with the tone of the source material. It’s like saying that Aladdin takes place after the apocalypse, or that everyone in Calvin & Hobbes is an imaginary construct representing the people Calvin has killed.

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