Kevin: do it. fight the little fucker. he’s a scrawny, megalomaniacal dickface, it’ll be easy. punch him right in the face, his family will thank you. (just make sure he can’t get his hands on a bow and some arrows because your chances of winning decrease dramatically in that event) 10/10
Elliot: 100% go for it. destroy this whiny mofo. u could blow on him and knock him over, he doesn’t stand a chance. 8/10
Patrick: I mean, you could fight Patrick. you’d probably win, too. but why would you he’s beautiful and gay and very sad. also Charlie will probably beat your ass. 0/10 would not recommend.
Daniel: this hippie probably weighs 15 whole pounds soaking wet, and he has sideburns. yeah, you could fight him, but consider this- hasn’t he suffered enough? 2/10 just leave him alone with his tears.
Leon Dupuis: sure, he’s distractingly pretty, but his name is Leon. 9/10fight him.
Credence Barebone: there are 2 reasons why fighting this tiny child will be the worst mistake of ur life. reason #1 he’ll cry probably, and then you’ll feel like a monster, and reason #2 he can literally destroy you. -1000/10 do not fight this precious boy.
Barry Allen: 10/10 FIGHT THIS NERD!!!! you won’t win, he’s very fast, but fight him anyway.
To get a son, one more child. Having been able to give Estelle a sibling. It has been fantastic to experience little Oscar. He is already almost a year old so a lot is happening for him. It is a great gift to be able to follow a little child from so close and see his growth
Crown princess Victoria at Året med Kungafamiljen
a simple title. It’s short, sweet, to the point, and a perfect
summary of what you’ll get: there’s singing, and lots of it. And
this simplicity doesn’t stop there! The plot we’ve got is your
standard ‘save the theater’ sort of plot, with lots of
miscommunications and characters going through very standard arcs
you’ve seen a million times before, it’s all been done to death
in a million other films.
then why was this movie so fucking good?
all odds – Illumination’s spotty track records, some iffy trailers
including one that spoils, some questionable talent in the cast, some
songs – this movie is a charming, fun, and fantastic experience.
This movie is great and… well, let me not blow my load so soon, let
me summarize the plot first:
Moon (played by Matthew McConaughey) is an overly optimistic koala
who, in a last ditch attempt to save the theater his father worked so
hard to get him, decides to put on a singing show to draw in a crowd.
The reward is only supposed to be $1000, but his secretary
accidentally made a typo, causing the flyers for the event to read
$100000 instead. And so we are introduced to a ragtag group of
talented wannabes: Rosita (Reese Witherspoon) a frazzled pig
housewife who just wants a break from constant housework to show off
her pipes; Mike (Seth MacFarlane), a jerkass mouse street performer
who is only in it for the fortune; Johnny (Taron Egerton), a teenage
gorilla delinquent who is stuck working in his dad’s gang but who
aspires to be a singer; Ash (Scarlett Johansson), a punk rocker
porcupine who is being held back by her lame boyfriend and teen
angst; and Meena (Tori Kelly), an uber-shy elephant who is afraid to
show off her astounding singing due to fear. Will
things work out for all these folks? That’s a rhetorical question,
you know they will somehow.
This is my second Christmas writing Tony and i am in absolute awe from all of your support and kindness!. Another Holiday has come and gone and i still love Tony as much as i did the day i made his first blog back in 2015. i never thought for a single second that any of my muses would last this long due to the fact that i have somewhat of a track record of changing my mind every five minutes. I am so happy to still be here, and to have had the chance to get to know you all. I hope you all have a fantastic holiday and i wish you the best in 2017!!<3
NOTE : to those i may of missed, i apologise but i don’t have the best memory, just know that you are loved!<3
baes : those you have made my rp experience fantastic!!
I feel weird, because I’m really enjoying series 4 and I loved The Final Problem. Though I think Moriarty is one of the best TV villains ever, the concept of Eurus is fantastic: her “experiment”, Mycroft’s questionable choices, and, above all, Sherlock and John. This show is not about solving crimes, it never has been.
I say “we” because this last week has been amazing. so many people have sent me such encouraging and friendly messages, it’s really been a fantastic experience. So, in celebration of hitting a milestone and for how amazing the community has been to me, I’m going to have a contest!
Starting now and ending on Friday, November 26th, 2016, at 11:59 EST, I’m going to start putting together an image of the Royal Canterlot Winery bustling with customers. Those customers will be some of you!
All you need to do is reblog this post with a reference of the OC you’d like to see visiting the Royal Canterlot Winery, and I’ll add you to the picture! I’m not expecting too many entrees, but if something silly happens I’ll choose as many as I can handle with a random number generator. So it’s not really a “contest” per say, but I couldn’t think of a better word. New followers are, of course, also welcome to enter.
Thank you again for supporting this little blog, it means an awful lot to me and has given me the motivation I’ve needed to work harder on my art.
tldr; I hit 50 followers, thank you, reblog with a reference for a chance to have your character drawn in the winery!
Anyway guys, one thing ALL OF US learned this weekend is that quotes that come out of other cons are probably almost always skewed. The drama and negativity that erupted this weekend was frustrating on so many levels, primarily because it just wasn’t true!
Cons are a fantastic experience for both the actors and the fans, and it’s disappointing that they almost always turn into this horrible thing online. Rule of thumb: if you don’t hear it from a source you trust (video feeds are the best) and preferably MULTIPLE sources you trust, don’t believe it.
It’s also important to remember that:
1) Con goers are all human and we don’t have perfect memories. We can’t always quote verbatim and sometimes we miss things or don’t hear the full question.
2) Paraphrasing is absolutely essential when livetweeting. Things can get accidentally taken out of context (especially when someone applies a shipping lens to it).
3) Some things just don’t translate well to the internet after hearing it in person. So again, something you read online could have a completely different connotation than what was actually said out loud.