Yato singing Disney love song duets and crying when Hiyori doesn’t sing the female parts

If Disney Channel Could

Bring Back These Shows/Movies

•That’s So Raven
•Kim Possible
•Even Stevens
•The Proud Family
•Tru Confessions
•Lilo And Stitch
•Brandy And Mr.Whiskers
•Phil Of The Future
•The Buzz On Maggie
•Dave The Barbarian
•The Thirteenth Year
•Don’t Look Under The Bed
•Smart House
•Up Up And Away
•The Color Of Friendship
•Stepmother From Planet Weird
•Hannah Montana
•Cory In The House
•The Famous Jett Jackson
•Mom Got A Date With A Vampire
•Phantom Of The Megaplex
•The Ultimate Christmas Present
•The Luck Of The Irish
•The Poof Point
•Get A Clue
•The Scream Team
•Eddie Million Dollar Cook-off
•The Cheetah Girls
•Wendy Wu Homecoming Warrior



Poof on point. I dont usually go out in full pastel sweet like this (usually go for a white base and a main piece/kinda casual, or full on oldschool gothy looks) and WOW i got a lot of strange remarks. In all my time wearing lolita ive never gotten so much attention. Though i must say the mall was busier than usual with the release of the beauty and the beast remake so that might have something to do with it

Tldr: sweet lolita has been an /experience/ today

Rose is drawn differently - theory

Later edit: I know the characters will be drawn differently according to who is storyboarding. And I know Rose is pregnant. Thank you guys for all the notes. If there other people who saw this difference with Rose then please point me to them. Im sure im not the first one to notice. Ok so this is Rose Quartz in We Need to Talk - she looked different.

And this is Rose in Lion 3:

She is different. Her hair is more well defined and is even more curly than before.

I always wondered why this is. Why would the Crewniverse choose to draw her so differently without an explication?

In Lion 3 she looked highly idealised like she is being described by someone who heled her in high regard but she was not. She recorded herself and Greg so that’s how she looked. The question is why. The only thing I can think of is that she poofed at some point.


About the hypocrisy in Rose Quartz’s policy on shattering: 

Some people seem to be up in arms about why Rose was so vehemently against using something explicitly made to shatter Gems, the Breaking Point, to the point of poofing one of her own close friends in Bismuth, when it has been recently revealed, from a Homeworld Gem eyewitness, that Rose herself shattered Pink Diamond. People are calling her out for her hypocrisy, which I won’t deny. Her actions were hypocritical. But maybe some aren’t seeing the bigger picture.

Maybe the trauma from shattering a Gem, a Diamond, her Diamond, no less, is what caused her to be so anti-shattering in the first place. Like, she saw what shattering a Gem was like, how it felt to literally crush someone out of existence, and she decided that she didn’t want any of her soldiers to feel that ever again. 

Sure, you might retort that some of the Crystal Gems might have wanted to know what it’s like, to make that decision for themselves, but I’d return with this: as the leader of the group, it was up to Rose to make the rules that would achieve what she believed to be the best for everyone. This meant compromises, this meant sacrifices, and this meant generalizing and not accounting for every single possible situation. This is how it goes with real life laws as well. You, by very definition, can’t decide what’s best for everyone, but as a leader, it’s what you’re expected to do.

I’ve known many a soldier in my life, and only a couple have actually killed someone. When I was younger, I asked them what it was like, how it felt to know they took out one of the bad guys for good, and to my naive self’s surprise, their responses weren’t pleasant. They all retracted, telling me that it was one of the worst experiences they’ve ever had. Even if the shot was clean, even if it was in self-defense, even if it was for the greater good, they never felt right about ending another person’s life.

This whole arc that seems to be aiming to make us question ours and the Crystal Gems’ blind support of the actions taken during the rebellion by Rose Quartz is very interesting to me. It’s important, as parallels can easily be drawn to real life, and our sometimes unquestioning support of our political leaders leading us into wars we have no business fighting, on shores far from our own, while the media keeps us blind to the consequences of these wars.

Now, one could argue that maybe Rose Quartz is being set up, that she didn’t actually shatter Pink Diamond. Maybe somegem shapeshifted to look like her, and shattered Pink Diamond in her place, something Rose Quartz herself would never do, as the Crystal Gems have told us time and time again. Maybe the Gem that Rose shattered wasn’t actually Pink Diamond, but a facsimile of her, a plot they came up with to gain support for the rebellion by making it look like they took out a hugely powerful leader. Maybe Rose Quartz is Pink Diamond, and the Crewniverse is just setting us up before they pull a huge 180. Who knows.

Now, I myself am not fully on-board with any of these theories, I’m just throwing the possibilities, if not plausibilities, out there. Like I said, I’m not using this as a way to excuse Rose for shattering Pink Diamond, I’m just saying that maybe it was the catalyst that inspired her entire philosophy when it came to the Crystal Gems and their combat techniques.


Escenas de la película The Poof Point en las que Ryan Seaman tenía 17 años.

Scenes from The Poof Point movie when Ryan Seaman was 17 years old.

After “Crack the Whip” I decided to rewatch “The Return” and “Jailbreak”. I must say, Jasper is low key starting to remind me of a DBZ villain and I want to see her fight more.

Originally posted by k-oonata

Originally posted by nidoqueen

I enjoy her fights (hence my rewatching) but I was interested in how Stevonnie/Garnet each fought her. Garnet was defending Steven and to be honest, Jasper fucking cheated. I think she knew Garnet was the strongest in the group and intentionally took her out. She targeted Steven to provoke a response from Garnet then fucking split her in two. 

Originally posted by screamingflowers

Then when they fight again, Garnet makes the fight fair by taking the gem destabilizer away and breaking it. But if you really look at the way Garnet was fighting her the second time, they were pretty much evenly matched but Garnet could injure her (broke her helmet) but could not poof her.

Originally posted by dragoplateau

 Now look at Stevonnie they were also evenly matched and while Stevonnie won, they could not poof her.

Originally posted by 32floz

 At this point…I don’t think anyone besides Garnet or Stevonnie could take Jasper down and I kinda want em to do it together. 

Originally posted by wet-bulb

I know it’s been said, but both Lapis and Jasper were abusive.

Jasper was the one that was desperate for Lapis to fuse in the first place, yes, but Lapis CONTINUED to hold Jasper down as Malachite. The question is, why? She was surrounded by water anyway, so if they were to ever break free, Lapis could just easily destroy her. Jasper was by no means “sweet” to Lapis during their time as Malachite, but Lapis flat-out admitted that she liked taking things out on Jasper, even mentioning earlier that she “missed” Jasper. She took her anger from the past out on Jasper by KEEPING them as Malachite. Again, if Jasper were to break free, Lapis could just easily poof Jasper at that point, as they’re so far out in the ocean and they’re surrounded by water. It’s more along the lines of Jasper starting it and Lapis continuing it. Now Jasper is desperate to become Malachite again for power. She LOVED being with Lapis because she felt that only she could handle Lapis’ “power”. Lapis, of course, realizes that they should never fuse again and says in a concerned tone, “No!”. It really is great character development for her. While Lapis liked being Malachite after a while, she’s trying to break free of it so she can’t hurt Jasper anymore. Jasper is too deep into it and WANTS to fuse again because not only is she used to it, but it gave her a huge surge of power, kind of like Pearl and Garnet becoming Sardonyx.

They were both wrong, and the way the situation was handled was great. It’s been said before, but the ending of Alone at Sea is the perfect way to describe an abusive relationship to younger viewers.