11 house

Aaron’s Review: The Loud House

A Nickelodeon show that on the surface looks pretty generic. Which…I can’t fully say it isn’t. Some of the jokes and plot threads, you can see coming a mile away. With that being said, that is literally the only problem I have with this fun show.

Originally posted by nickelodeon

Guys, Gals, & Non Binary Pals, this is Animated-Aaron’s Review of ‘The Loud House’.

!Background!

Originally posted by theloudhouse

Lincoln Loud is the only boy in a house with 11 kids. Yep. On top of being the middle child, the other children are girls. He has to argue, defend, scheme, and survive life along with them and the show focuses on their cartoony day to day lives.

!Story!

Originally posted by nickelodeon

Okay, let’s get this out of the way. 9 of the girls get a fair amount of screen time as the show goes on. Number 10 is a baby so…yeah. Lincoln acts as the narrator for the show by breaking the fourth wall. Often giving a brief explanation of an aspect about his life at the start of each episode. Whatever happens in said episode is going to in some way focus on that. Him planning on getting the best seat in the van before a long trip. Trying to avoid a classmate he sort of has a crush on but is really rough. Luan always takes her pranks to an extreme on April fool’s day. That sort of thing.

Whoever comes up with these plots for episodes obviously grew up with multiple siblings. While the threads are simple and have been done before, the addition of multiple family members arguing or helping each other get over the problem of the day seems to add just enough life into comedy. Seeing each sister bounce off of one another in different situations is what I really enjoy about the show. I’m not laughing at the fact that Lincoln reads his comic books in his underwear. I’m laughing at his Goth sister’s dry reaction to it. It’s not that Lori is making Lincoln do a double date with her and Bobby where Lincoln is stuck with Bobby’s little sister Ronnie. It’s the way Lincoln & Ronnie end up actually having a good time despite being forced into it. The pranks Luan is pulling on her sisters (and Lincoln) aren’t making me laugh. Their ways of trying to avoid pranks only to walk into one, is.

There’s a few jokes that feel forced, but the voice actors/actresses manage to make it entertaining. Speaking of the voice actors, they give so much life to the characters that would’ve come across as generic otherwise. Well, I mean the writing is good too and the animation obviously plays a part. But you know what I mean.

!Characters!

Originally posted by theloudhouse

There’s 11 siblings so forgive me if it seems like I’m breezing through some of their characteristics.  

Originally posted by theloudhouse

Lincoln Loud (voiced by Grant Palmer in episodes 1–22; Collin Dean in episodes 23–present), is the 11-year-old protagonist that can be identified by his white hair.  A comic books/superhero fanatic who tries to keep the peace amongst his siblings unless he specifically wants the ‘insert item here’ for himself. His comedy is mostly tongue and cheek since he talks to audience but he receives most of the slapstick in the show.

Oldest to youngest:

Originally posted by theloudhouse

Keep reading

A Hufflepuff that didn’t want to be sorted into Hufflepuff crying on their first night and then being joined by some older Hufflepuffs who bring hot chocolate and other food from the kitchen to make them feel better, then listening to why the 1st year is so upset, and sharing their own stories to make them feel included and at home.

A terrified first year being sorted into Slytherin and fearing having to write home and explain how they got put in the ‘bad’ house, then being joined by some older Slytherins who show them a part of the common room where you can look out into the lake and occasionally see some of the creatures that live in there - ‘was that the squid?!’ - and forgetting why they were afraid in the first place because these people are actually really nice.

support systems within the houses for 11 year olds who don’t understand why they were placed in a certain house!!!!!

11th House in Air Signs: Don’t feel negative or odd about the importance friendship has to you. Your friends will always impact you strongly.

11th House in Earth Signs: Don’t feel bad that your trust takes so long to gain. Friendship is a weird phenomenon that takes time to build.

11th House in Water Signs: You know better than anyone how love and friendship intermingle too often. Is it normal to be so sensitive towards your friends? For you yes, you can get overwhelmed by pals’ problems.

11th House in Fire Signs: Why do you always instantly connect with new friends so often? Who cares, embrace the gift.

20. The Amazing World Of Gumball

19. Rocko’s Modern Life

18. The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes

17. Sym-Bionic Titan

16. Transformers Animated

15. El Tigre

14. The Spectacular Spider-Man

13. Xiaolin Showdown

12. The Loud House

11. Wander Over Yonder

10. Avatar: The Last Airbender

9. Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends

8. Star Wars: The Clone Wars

7. Kim Possible

6. Danny Phantom

5. Teen Titans

4. Gravity Falls

3. The Powerpuff Girls

2. Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil

1. Samurai Jack

Send me a number to find out:
  • 1. Who was the last person you held hands with?
  • 2. Are you loud and outgoing or shy?
  • 3. Who are you looking forward to seeing?
  • 4. Are you easy to get along with?
  • 5. Have you ever given up on someone?
  • 6. How many pillows do you sleep with?
  • 7. Have you ever been skinny dipping?
  • 8. Do you have any tattoos?
  • 9. Do you have any piercings?
  • 10. How big is your house?
  • 11. What do you typically have for breakfast?
  • 12. Have you ever fired a gun?
  • 13. What is your favorite swear word?
  • 14. What is the longest you have gone without sleep?
  • 15. Do you have any scars?
  • 16. Have you ever had a secret admirer?
  • 17. Are you a good liar?
  • 18. What is the most challenging thing you have ever been through?
  • 19. Are you a good judge of character?
  • 20. What is your favorite accent?
  • 21. What 3 words would you choose to describe yourself?
  • 22. What is your most expensive article of clothing?
  • 23. Are you left or right handed?
  • 24. What are some of your biggest fears?
  • 25. Are you a clean or messy person?
  • 26. If you were drunk, who would you want to take care of you?
  • 27. Do you like big crowds of people or smaller groups?
  • 28. Do you think you will be in a relationship 2 months from now?
  • 29. Does talking about sex make you uncomfortable?
  • 30. Do you believe in luck or miracles?
  • 31. Are you religious?
  • 32. What does your most recent text say?
  • 33. Who was the last person you had a deep conversation with?
  • 34. Who from the opposite sex is on your mind?
  • 35. How do you feel about abortion?
  • 36. What good thing has happened to you this month?
  • 37. Would you kiss the last person you kissed again?
  • 38. Do you think there is life on other planets?
  • 39. Do you still talk to your first partner?
  • 40. Do you like bubble baths?
  • 41. What do you do to relax or unwind?
  • 42. What are your neighbors like?
  • 43. What are your bad habits?
  • 44. Do you like to travel?
  • 45. Do you have trust issues?
  • 46. What is your favorite part of your daily routine?
  • 47. What was or is your favorite academic subject?
  • 48. What body part are you most uncomfortable with?
  • 49. What is the first thing you do when you wake up?
  • 50. Who are you most comfortable around?
  • 51. Do you ever want to get married?
  • 52. Do you ever want to have children?
  • 53. If you could change one law, what would it be?
  • 54. Is your hair long enough for a ponytail?
  • 55. Would you rather live without TV or music?
  • 56. What language do you want to learn?
  • 57. What are you paranoid about?
  • 58. Do you think age matters in relationships?
  • 59. Do you play sports?
  • 60. When you are extremely quiet, what does it mean?
  • 61. Spell your name with your chin.
  • 62. What do you say during awkward silences?
  • 63. Have you ever liked someone and never told them?
  • 64. Do you smile at strangers?
  • 65. Do you want a roommate?
  • 66. What is your best friend like?
  • 67. What stores do you shop in?
  • 68. Do you believe everyone deserves a second chance?
  • 69. What is the meanest thing someone has ever said to you?
  • 70. What is your ex-partner like?
quick signs in houses match up

aries: exciting
taurus: excessive
gemini: intelligent
cancer: caring
leo: creative
virgo: virtuous
libra: personable
scorpio: all-consuming
sagittarius: philosophical
capricorn: hard-working
aquarius: altruistic
pisces: empathatic 

first house: I see myself as ____
second house: I value ____ things/people
third house: I communicate in a ____ way
fourth house: my home life must be ____
fifth house: I express myself in a ____ way
sixth house: the way I work is ____
seventh house: partnerships for me must be ____
eighth house: I transform myself in a ____ way
ninth house: my beliefs lie in ____ things
tenth house: I am responsible by being ____
eleventh house: I need others to be ____
twelfth house: deep down I am ____

Hemispheres of the Chart

The birth chart is divided into 4 different hemispheres. Where the planets fall at in your chart determines what sides of the chart are your dominant sides. The only planets to take into account are the luminaries and the main 8 listed in the natal chart. Excluded are the nodes and chiron.

Northern Hemisphere

The northern hemisphere is composed of the first 6 houses. Astrologers consider it to be “below the horizon”. The first 6 houses are the areas that develop your personality. They shape the individual identity which is why this portion of the chart is personal. When you have many planets in the northern hemisphere, you are known as a more private individual. You are more concerned with your inner world. Like a flower, you need privacy in order to blossom. You are intrinsically motivated. Great jobs for this type of individual would be: Writer,  Doctor, Psychology, Law, Publishing, etc.

Southern Hemisphere

The southern hemisphere is composed of the last 6 houses. Astrologers consider it to be “above the horizon”. The last 6 houses are the areas that collective identity. This would be social events, morals on a grand scale,etc. When you have many planets in the southern hemisphere, you are more outgoing and sociable. Your professional world is important to you as you wish to assert yourself in society. Great jobs for this type of individual would be: Actor, Politician, Reporter, Spokesperson, etc.

Eastern Hemisphere

The eastern hemisphere is composed of the 1, 2, 3, 10, 11, and 12th houses. This is also the left side of the birth chart. The individual with a strong left hemisphere in their chart would be more initiating and assertive. They would be concerned with going after what they want. An example of a chart with heavy eastern hemisphere influence is Oprah Winfrey.

Western Hemisphere

The western hemisphere is composed of the 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9—th houses. This is also the right side of the birth chart. The individual with a strong right hemisphere in their chart would be more receptive and focused on others. Astrologers call these types of charts “Royal Charts”. The name was given to a chart with heavy western hemisphere because the chart holder was said to have things handed to them on a silver platter.