let go of a floating lantern

“I’m a guy and my parents never let me do many things growing up and they’re
really strict. I was usually home studying but I was always adventurous and always wanted to go out and see what the world has to offer, and when Tangled came out when I was in highschool I automatically felt so much in common
with Rapunzel. Her fake mom never let her out and she wanted to see the floating lanterns. I got courage to ask my parents for more freedom because of her”

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They’re floating lanterns in the sky. Can you believe that? Japanese lantern is a symbol of letting go of the past. Well, here’s a newsflash… we’re not Japanese. You know what they are? Children. Like lighting a candle’s going to make everything okay. Or even saying a prayer, or pretending Elena is not going to end up just like the rest of us murderous vampires. Stupid, delusional, exasperating little children. I know what you’re going to say. It makes them feel better, Damon. So what? For how long? A minute? A day? What difference does it make? Because in the end, when you lose somebody, every candle, every prayer is not going to make up for the fact that the only thing you have left is a hole in your life where that somebody that you cared about used to be. And a rock, with a birthday carved into it that I’m pretty sure is wrong.

THE 9 MOST DISNEY THINGS THAT EVER HAPPENED.
  • Rafiki presenting Simba to the Pride Lands all HERE IS YOUR NEW KING 
  • The ballroom scene in Beauty and the Beast and our subsequent tears at the beauty
  • “A Spoonful of Sugar” from Mary Poppins which makes us smiley even thinking about it
  • Aladdin and Jasmine’s magic carpet ride aka #goals
  • Cinderella losing her shoe and not going back for it like nope can’t I’m late
  • Ariel emerging from the water, so majestic
  • The floating lantern scene in Tangled being the most romantic thing in history
  • Elsa being all LET IT GO
  • Mickey Mouse in Steamboat Willie being the cutest lil guy
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make me choose:
anon asked: teen wolf or the vampire diaries

They’re floating lanterns in the sky. Can you believe that? Japanese lantern is a symbol of letting go of the past. Well, here’s a newsflash - we’re not Japanese. You know what they are? Children. Like lighting a candle’s going to make everything ok. Or even saying a prayer, or pretending Elena is not going to end up just like the rest of us murderous vampires. Stupid, delusional, exasperating little children. I know what you’re going to say. It makes them feel better, Damon. So what? For how long? A minute? A day? What difference does it make? Because in the end, when you lose somebody, every candle, every prayer is not going to make up for the fact that the only thing that you have left is a hole in your life where that somebody that you cared about used to be. And a rock.