funeral wedding

The signs as romantic movies
  • Aries: 4 Weddings & A Funeral
  • Taurus: Say Anything
  • Gemini: Valentine's Day
  • Cancer: Something Borrowed
  • Leo: If I Stay
  • Virgo: Moonrise Kingdom
  • Libra: We Bought A Zoo
  • Scorpio: The Breakfast Club
  • Sagittarius: 10 Things I Hate About You
  • Capricorn: 500 Days of Summer
  • Aquarius: Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist
  • Pisces: He's Just Not That Into You

Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) directed by Mike Newell

anonymous asked:

So essentially, in Underfell, the meaning of black and white are swapped? Black you would wear to a wedding, and white you would wear to a funeral, instead of vice versa? Correct me if I'm wrong.

Let me correct you then!

In Underfell, usually everyone wears black, so I thought it would be a poor choice for a mourning color. Instead, I thought white would be a perfect color. It can be seen as the color of monster dust, and some countries [like japan, as far as I know?] use it as a funeral color too, so why not?

This doesn’t mean they use white to marry, since as I said, monster dust is what white represents in my universe, and using that on a wedding would be strange. Not like they actually have wedding ceremonies, because that’s a human thing to do… maybe some do. And in case someone does, they could use… I am not sure, but maybe red is a good wedding color.


Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) directed by Mike Newell