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Dirty Jokes In Disney Movies: Then vs Now

Childhood = ignorance is bliss

Re-watching and understanding for the first time

Wanting to look cool in front of friends (hint: you didn’t)

Watching with a parent and pretending not to understand

When you and your friends can be immature together

Alternatively, when a child asks you why you laughed at that bit

OK BUT I JUST REALIZED SOMETHINH AND I DONT KNOW IF SOMEONE ELSE HAS POINTED IT OUT YET BUT…I’LL SAY IT ANYWAY.
John’s hands. One on Sherlock’s nek and the other on Sherlock’s arm. Doesn’t it remind u something? It’s exactly the same way Sherlock hugged John in TLD. Coincidence? Nope. In this show coincidences don’t exist. It means, if you think about it, that Sherlock not only remember how John hugged him, but also that Sherlock thinks that it is the way John want to be hugged, I think. It is the way John makes feel someone loved and safe and it is probably the way Sherlock felt and so Sherlock did the same when John needed, he hugged him with one hand on John’s nek and the other on John’s arm. Bacause in that moment John needed love and to feel safe.

I…I don’t know if it makes sense but this hug, John’s hug, hit me and reminded me of Sherlock’s hug.
I don’t know what to think now, I need a blanket.
Also, I feel really stupid cause probably someone just noticed it ages ago soooooooo now it’s time for me to go. And hide. Bye.

actual canon lines in bbc merlin
  • “Tell me, Merlin, do you know how to walk on your knees?”
  • “(moaning) Arthur…Arthur, go faster…”
  • “I’ll have YOU for breakfast!”
  • “I have to pee. Sorry, unless you want to watch me.”
  • “Merlin can’t even find his own backside.”
  • “Three’s always better than one, eh, Merlin?”
  • “I’m always peeing, ask Arthur.”
  • “You’re not Merlin.”
fyi

The point isn’t that John is thrown a rope despite being chained to the bottom of the well. The point isn’t that they managed to leap to safety from an exploding flat. The point isn’t that Mycroft, previously referred to as the ice man, is terrified and repulsed to the point of vomitting. The point isn’t that we never saw the contents of John’s letter. The point isn’t that the timeline for Eurus meeting Moriarty doesn’t actually make sense within the previously established narrative. The point isn’t that a kid went missing and no adult authority thought to check in the nearby well. The point isn’t that John’s hair grew seemingly overnight. The point isn’t Sherlock failing to notice missing glass. The point isn’t that John strong moral principle Watson could have an affair and beat his best friend to a pulp. The point isn’t that we never found out who the “mutual friend” was. The point isn’t that there was a dog bowl. The point isn’t that paper somehow survived the flat going up in flames.

The point is that all these things happened together. There isn’t just one singular thing to look at and go “that’s why series 4 sucked”, it’s all of these inconsistencies put together. I just keep seeing people say things like “omg obviously we didn’t need to see John getting unchained to know that it happened” and “would people get over the fucking letter, it wasn’t important what it said its just about the drama” and I’m like that’s totally valid if we were just looking at any one (or even a couple) of these things happening throughout this series. But we’re not. All of these things happened. Yes people are making a big deal out of little things, but it’s because when you actually add up the amount of little things…well turns out that list isn’t actually that little.

This series displayed some truly lazy writing, and not on a small scale.

10

The Sword in the Stone Part 2 (4x13): Merlin gives Arthur faith. a.k.a. Merlin is the bestest damn friend ever.

When the sword was thrust into the stone, the ancient king foretold that one day it would be freed again at a time when Camelot needed it most.

Prompt Day 10 || Path I - Favorite Moments

I know I already filled this prompt, but I have MANY favorite moments, okay!

This moment, in particular, made me emotional. I remember having to take a deep breath because if I didn’t, I was going to cry. I think this scene truly highlights Merlin’s faith and loyalty in Arthur and it is so damn beautiful. The delivery of the lines are especially gorgeous! GUH!

Okay so I finally got my hands on Jim Moriarty’s coat

aaand..

it has skulls on the button cuffs.

Some of my fave Merlin bloopers:
  • when colin does the cartwheel into the tavern
  • when gwaine dies and percival leans in like he’s going to kiss him and gets like a cm away from his face and they both crack up
  • “pub’s not that way mate”
  • the one with the glove
  • when merlin and arthur run into the room and shut the door and it breaks and colin laughs but bradley just drags him away
  • when anthony stuart head pushes colin’s chair over
  • every single one where eion macken just like. falls down.
  • but esp the one where colin is walking in front of him and eion falls and he keeps doing his line then turns around and laughs at him
  • “bradley, not bradley that’s arthur!”
  • when katie’s dress got caught on the prop and she almost fell
  • how nathaniel parker couldn’t get through a scene without giggling
  • *quirks eyebrow* hello
  • “This is one of those rare occassions………….” “you forget you’re line”
  • “Why would I forget that word I’ve been saying it all day?”
  • all of them basically
  • every single one