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northern girl, autumnborn, strange & sparkly, stubbornly full of hope, overemotional optimist, hopeless romantic. has probably touched glitter today.

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lilopelekai:

Mini Disney Movie Challenge 
↳ Your favourite song the song that defined your entire childhod

He Mele No Lilo 
He Inoa No Kalani Kalakaua — kulele!

this wasn’t that hard to find actually

oh and here’s another one

(Disney Holiday Magic!!!!!! in case you need some extra holiday cheer :D)

blurrymelancholy:

I want adventure in the great wide somewhere. I want it more than I can tell. And for once, it might be grand, to have someone understand. I want so much more than they’ve got planned.

This is my reasoning by the way:

1. Apparently, the kingdom Rapunzel’s family rules over is named Corona.

2. I listened to “Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard” on the way home:
well, I’m on my way.
I don’t know where I’m going,
I’m on my way.
I’m taking my time, but I don’t know where
Goodbye to Rosie, the Queen of Corona
See you, me and Julio
Down by the schoolyard


3. Therefore, Rapunzel’s mother is named Rose and Paul Simon calls her Rosie for some reason (presumably they are friends).

IRREFUTABLE LOGIC

izzydoodledump:

Here is 3, The Guys 

Set 1 - The Offical Princesses.
Set 2 - The Non Princesses

View these separately here!

Have a Happy Halloween everybody!

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thedizbizz:

Disney Thoughts:

Lessons the Disney Princesses teach us that don’t involve men, love, or beauty.

I made this post because I am tired of seeing people bash the princesses because they only serve as love interests and think that they show women that a woman’s purpose is to be submissive to men, or that beauty is the only thing that matters in a woman.

All of the Princesses had personalities and lives without their Princes, and on their own, they are able to teach girls several other important lessons about life in general. These are all characters, and whether or not you believe that because they are love interests that that reduces their character, they still have some sort of trait that is valuable to have for any woman, in love or not. 

And before anyone can argue Ariel’s character or lesson, I want to point out that her dream was to be a human, and it was her dream long before she laid eyes on Eric. Eric was just an another incentive for her to become human. While the lesson she teaches might be the only one based on rash and poor decisions, it’s important to point out she learns her own lesson. She see the consequences of her actions, and apologizes and fights to make things right. That is one of her valuable traits.

Let’s Get Down to Business

Bibbity Boppity Boo!

Credit to all the original owners are captioned.

leupagus:

prustens:

sicklysandy:

And the reason everyone love Lottie is because holy hell does she exceed expectations.

Not only is she openly best friends with a colored woman, something downright shocking for their time period, right when you expect her to yell at Tiana for embarassing her and ruining the beignets intended to win over Naveen, she doesn’t. She immediately helps the poor girl in the house, cleans her up, and gives her the prettiest dress she has. Who honestly saw that coming?

And my god, the ending. She’s ready to kiss the frog, and get the prince she’s always wanted, and the moment she finds out Tiana loves him? 

She agrees to kiss him so he and Tiana can get married. No strings attached. And she’s crying tears of joy because Tiana finally found her man. She loves Tiana that much.

Lottie is a character who came out of nowhere, is spoiled sweet, and won over everyone in the theater. And she looks damn great doing it.

i actually came across this brilliant oneshot about lottie that i love to pieces. everyone go read it.

nonespark:

gohomepandayadrunk:

majorsarcasm19:

lifeofadisneykid:

BEST

Flynn Rider has his priorities sorted. 

Flynn Rider is the only sane person in Disney.

other than

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