I follow too few blogs and need more. So please like and/or reblog if you post:

  • Life is Strange
  • Wreck-it-Ralph (or just Disney/Pixar movies in general)
  • Saints Row
  • Jacksepticeye
  • Shake it Up! (or lots of Disney shows)
  • Hey Ash Whatcha Playin’ (or Ash or Anthony solo)
  • FNAF
  • The Walking Dead game
  • Steven Universe
  • World of Warcraft

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How about a short where Mr. Litwak gets into an accident and leaves responsible Moppet Girl and his wild niece in charge of the arcade while he recovers 

It goes okay for the first little while until the girls (especially the niece, who’s a super bad influence on Moppet Girl) start goofing off, messing with things, and ignoring their responsibilities, and then some of the kids from school convince them to open the arcade in the middle of the night

anonymous asked:

Vanellope for the character meme :)

character: hate them | don’t really care | like them | LOVE them | THEY ARE MY PRECIOUS

ship with:  NO ONE. NO NO NO, NOPE.

general opinions: I honestly was so annoyed with Vanellope at first, but then, just like what was supposed to happen, I began to learn more about her. She became really sweet and likable. I basically had the same opinion that Ralph had about Vanellope before and after. She works hard, and she’s strong. I thought I would despise her when I first watched Wreck-It Ralph, but she ended up being my third/fourth favorite character in a film that I love all the characters.

Send me a character!

Animated movies that don't get enough love
  • Megamind:Strong female character, funny jokes, anti-bullying, great animation with touching scenes, and strong moral messages
  • Wreck it Ralph:Again strong female characters, plus overcoming mental hardships, proving that being different is okay, amazing moral messages, beautiful animation and a hella rad plot
  • Brave:Strong female characters, different views, wonderful animation, proved that you don't need a man to save you, cutting your own destiny, awesome characters, magic broken by actual love, and strong mother-daughter relationship
  • Peabody and Sherman:Is packed with witty dialogue, good morals about unconventional families, fatherhood, and childhood struggle, it respects the intelligence of its younger audience, does actually manage to teach some history to its watchers, and has well animated characters (plus mr. peabody is a boss ass bitch)
  • Atlantis:whats this i smell? Its...its more STRONG FEMALE CHARACTERS, roots for the underdog, over coming physical and mental hardships, shows religious differences, beautiful animation, witty character dialogue, sassy one-liner dialogue and humor, and a detailed plot and story line
  • How to train your dragon 2:Beautiful animation, MORE STRONG FEMALE CHARACTERS, plus characters who aren't physically strong being portrayed as strong, showed that war isn't always the answer, major feels trip, shows friendship and compassion, mother-son relationship rekindled, DRAGONS, ADORABLE PRECIOUS DRAGONS, CANT BELIEVE THIS MOVIE GOT OVERSHADOWED BY FROZEN