HOW DOES POPCORN EVEN DO THAT THING
HERE I SHOW YOU THE THING
It’s like the cat realizes whose holding it in the second gif
is this heaven
you can almost hear the cat fangirling
This is flat out vulgar! There are minors present!
There are minors present
you know you don’t want to get in treble
do you ever just finish a book or tv show and then
Brave taught me that my fate is my own. Tangled taught me that its okay to take risks. The Princess and The Frog taught me to balance work and play. Mulan taught me that doing what’s right isn’t always doing what you’re told. Beauty and the Beast taught me that its what’s on the inside that…
What The Little Mermaid taught me:
- sometimes you have take risks.
-don’t listen to the ‘social norm’ or what someone tells you to do all the time. They just might be wrong.Find things out for yourself.
-Go out and explore the world. Discover new things.
-Help anyone if they’re in trouble and be open to anyone, even if it is discouraged by your society.
“Oh, Ariel gave up her voice to be with a man!” Do me a favour: go ask someone who is bound to a wheelchair. You never know, they might not think it’s such a bad idea. Also, Ariel wanted to go to dry land before she even saw Eric; did you not listen to “Part of that World”? Eric was the push. Ariel decided to not just be content with the world she was born into. She decided to be brave, adventurous and open, not conservative.
“Oh, Ariel is so weak. She needed to be saved by a man.” Yes, Eric does defeat Ursula but Ariel saves Eric from drowning…twice! And! Why does a ‘strong and brave’ woman have to be a fighter? You know what true equality is? Accepting the strength in both ‘feminine’ actions and ‘masculine’ actions, that both are strong no matter what gender.
So, to all people who think The Little Mermaid doesn’t teach anything and that Ariel is a bad role model, piss off. She was my favourite and taught me so much.