by: alice

I love when you’re first trying to get someone into podcasts and you watch them listen to it and you’re just like

anonymous asked:

Hello ! Any feel good/funny films directed by women you could rec me please ? I'm trying to do the #52films challenge but only watching drama or films on serious issues is a little exhausting and that's what most lists of good films made by women seem to recommend :s

First off, congrats on a) attempting the 52 films challenge and b) on not giving up when you hit a snag and making sure you complete it!

Second of all: absolutely I have suggestions!

The Bridget Jones trilogy (all three are directed by women)
Clueless and Vamps both by Amy Heckerling
The Heartbreak Kid (1972) version directed by Elaine May
A New Leaf directed by Elaine May
Zero Motivation directed by Talya Lavie
Desperately Seeking Susan dir. Susan Seidelman
2 Days in Paris and 2 Days in New York (both by Julie Delpy)
D.E.B.S. directed by Angela Robinson
Obvious Child by Gillian Robespierre
Slums of Beverly Hills by Tamara Jenkins
The Parent Trap directed by Nancy Meyers
Enough Said directed by Nicole Holofcener
The Dressmaker directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse
Saving Face directed by Alice Wu
Bachelorette directed by Leslye Headland
In a World… directed by Lake Bell
Bend it Like Beckham directed by Gurinder Chadha
You’ve Got Mail directed by Nora Ephron
The Trouble with Angels directed by Ida Lupino

Also a lot of big 90s comedies I’m not super into, but you might like such as The Brady Bunch, A Very Brady Sequel, Wayne’s World, and Billy Madison are all directed by women. 


In which Alice and Wendy play chicken with their feelings.

I’m thinking that the two met at finishing school at around 14. They are very different and at first, they argue constantly. Alice never follows the rules exactly and tends to be overly literal, favoring math and logic in her studies (When she actually does deign to devote any attention to them) whereas Wendy is more emotionally mature and romantically inclined.  They both bug the heck out of each other, with Wendy working hard to succeed in school and Alice coasting by on natural talent. 

In case if you couldn’t tell, I really love this pairing and at one point I even made a playlist for them. I can link it if anyone wants.


It’s that time of year again…time for so-um-hi’s Spring 2017 Anime Watchlist!

There are A SHIT TON of anime airing this spring, and only so much time to watch them! Here are the TWELVE (please pray for me) series I plan on following this spring! I’m extremely hyped for all of them! :)

anonymous asked:

I know your blog is to do with Miraculous Ladybug (tysm for all your hard work), but you have any ideas when Zak Storm come out?

Hey anon!

Zak Storm premiers in the UK in a week! Air dates outside of France for other countries is yet to be announced, although it will probably be airing soon :)

The English trailer for Origins aired on Pop today for the first time (I believe). Scheduling is only done a week in advance, so more episodes are likely to be announced in the upcoming week. 

Hope this helps :3

Disneyland Band Shenanigans #4

SOMEHOW my two friends and I found a way to fit into ONE teacup from the ride at Disneyland.  This is what happened.

Ride Attendant: -says long spiel about watching kids and what not-  Now everyone I have a challenge for you.  Whomever spins the fastest AND SCREAMS the loudest can get on the ride one more time.  Got it?  We want all of Disneyland to know that this is the best ride. -smiles-

Me: BRUH. (insert Friend 1′s name) AND I GOT THIS IN THE BAGGGG…

Friend 3: okay guys just not too fast…i get sick

Friend 1 and I: hahah no promises.  ignorance is bliss.

~ride starts~


Friend 2:  O H   M  Y  G  O D D D     D D

Me: -laughing-

~ride ends~

Ride Attendant: -walks over to us- Y’all can stay.

Friend 1 and I: YES! -high fives each other-

Me: -smiling and laughing-


Me: what in tarnation. -touches lip/gum- oh yeah…hey..


Hanami aesthetic (x)

Hanami is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the transient beauty of flowers, almost always referring to those of the cherry. This delicate flowers were seen as a metaphor for life itself, luminous and beautiful yet fleeting and ephemeral.