soher

so nobody’s seem to point this out yet and im Hyperfixiating so

here u are. 

when you design kid versions of characters you kinda gotta keep some elements in there so ppl can understand w/out explanation, kinda like a pokemon evolution. so…confirmed?

EDIT: okay so since ppl seem to think im like. shoving this as true i guess the confirmed thing was just to joke this is more of like an observation, food for thought

I originally didn’t plan to post these but bro found them in my pc and spent the last 3 days frowning at me so

here we go

CAN WE TALK ABOUT HOW MERYL STREEP OWNS THE OSCARS EVERY YEAR...

Like, starting by how stunning she looked as the HBIC that she is (and at 65 btw)

(And those legs alkjskfhjkslad)

Then showing up with her husband, married since 1978 and still rocking the Oscars together

Then, what’s the first Meryl reference of the night? : “Magic Meryl effin’ Streep” (so yeah, a pretty good description for Meryl at the Oscars) and the fact that she still gets adorably embarrassed when they joke about all her nominations

She blew us a kiss and blessed us while doing so

Her epic reaction to feminism

Giving THE BEST introduction ever, so beautifully delivered it almost won an Oscar

Fangirling over Julie Andrews like us

And as if that wasn’t enough, she ruled the selfies of the night once more

being an adorable dork in the meantime 

So thank you Meryl Streep for always making the Oscars an event worth watching, this is why

Female genital mutilation endangers the lives of young girls, often creating health problems when they later give birth. Sometimes, it is even fatal, as it was in the case of 13-year-old Soher from Egypt – where, although the practice is illegal, around 80 percent of girls born to poor families are subject to FGM. 

Edna Adan University Hospital and Tostan are two organizations working to end FGM. 

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welp, i hadn’t seen any crossovers yet so i took it upon myself to do so

here the undertale crossover nobody knew I they needed

and sorry about not updating in six million years