credit to who did


If your argument for abortion is

-I can’t afford a baby

-I shouldn’t be forced to have it

-it will ruin my life/body

-I don’t want to be a parent

-putting up for adoption isn’t free

-I made/have no money

-my body my choice

-I really don’t want to have a baby

-I don’t want to be pregnant

-stop taking my rights

Then that’s okay and we completely support you because those are all 100% very valid.


Sorry but I love this so much
- M xx

bang pd nim more like min yoongi bs&t era 50 years later ((@ anyone who’s reblogging this i am nOt making fun of him cmon im going emo all over the tags;_;))

Please stop giving credits on imagines on other platforms by saying ‘all creds to tumblr authors’.

That isn’t cool. People don’t read descriptions a lot, it’s much more likely they won’t realise those imagines aren’t yours, please - especially on Wattpad where I am seeing this more and more - please give credit in chapters to the individual authors by name. If you can copy and paste, you can also copy and paste the URL.


This is an interesting thread I found on twitter talking about what could possibly be DnP’s secret project! All research credits go to @//deathielhowell on twitter! She did a great job finding this stuff!!

Also @//justalilhowell on twitter added this image:

This is the company that Faraz Osman works for looking for people to work on documentaries (fact-ent)… just a little curious how relevant the subject matter is to DnP’s branding isn’t it? 

Now I don’t know what the fuck is going on up in here on this day, but this thread certainly piqued my interest… thoughts?

happy 420 connor day

i cant believe the greasy boi is growing up yall

Stop giving Bernie credit for minimally doing his job 2k4ever

Disney Songs in German

Disney songs from some popular Disney films dubbed in german! Music is a brilliant way to immerse yourself in your target language, and what better way than the Disney way? Many of these songs are from our childhoods, so it’s some nice nostalgic immersion. 

*The english titles next to the german is not necessarily a translation, but rather the english title. Also the year next to the title of the film is the year that the initial english film was released, not necessarily when it was released or dubbed in german.

Some notes: I apologize if your favourite Disney film or song didn’t make the list, I definitely didn’t get all of them. Maybe a part 2 is in order? Also, I tried my best to find videos that had subtitles and a translation, but unfortunately not all of them have it. You can always do a quick google search if you want the lyrics and/or english translation. Be sure to check the descriptions as well, some of them have the lyrics in there. Some videos are better or worse quality than others, but they’re all generally listenable.

I’d also like to give a huge thanks and credit to the creators who translated and subtitled these videos! They did all the work, afterall.


Mulan (1998)

Pocahontas (1995)

Dornröschen [Sleeping Beauty] (1959)

Tarzan (1999)

Cinderella (1950) 

Note: While the german name for ‘Cinderella’ is ‘Aschenputtel’, she goes by Cinderella in the german-dubbed Disney version. Aschenputtel is also an alternative title to the film.

Aristocats (1970)

Schneewittchen und die sieben Zwerge [Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs] (1937)

Note: Disney’s Snow White has been re-dubbed a couple times in german for some reason, so the particular year a song is from may differ from another. They’re all from the same movie though.

Arielle, die Meerjungfrau [The Little Mermaid] (1989)

Note: Same situation as Snow White.

Aladdin (1992)

Der König der Löwen [The Lion King] (1994)

Der König der Löwen 2 – Simbas Königreich [The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride] (1998)  

Küss den Frosch [The Princess and the Frog] (2009)

Rapunzel – Neu Verföhnt [Tangled] (2010)

Die Eiskönigin – Völlig Unverfroren [Frozen] (2013)

Das Dschungelbuch [The Jungle Book] (1967)

Alice im Wunderland [Alice in Wonderland] (1951)

Hercules (1997)

My other Disney compilations: French Arabic  


Concept art for the stargate sequence in 2001 A Space Odyssey. These are from the book The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001 A Space Odyssey by Piers Bizony. An amazing book but an absolute but pain to read and scan because of its vertical ‘monolith’ shape. It would’ve been better presented in landscape format. Sadly the book doesnt credit these concept illustrations but it may be Roy Carnon who did some production artwork, it may have been production designer Tony Masters or even special effects wiz Douglas Trumbull.