I remember when I thought people in their 20’s were adults. Now all of my friends are in their 20’s and everybody is just kind of fumbling around bumping into each other, trying to figure out where the free food is
Excellent gif use
Remember all the times that your heart was ripped from your chest?
Disney movies (and others like it) taught us how to love, how to cherish life and how powerful death can be. At a young age, these were very important lessons.
YOU MOTHERFUCKER TOY STORY THREE CAME OUT WHEN I WAS 18 AND I BALWED LIKE A BABY YOUNG AGE MY FOOT
True fact, when I saw Toy Story 3 the theater was packed with teens and young adults and not a child in sight.
Every one of them was bawling by the end of the movie.
The fuck thought it was a good idea to put every single emotionally traumatising childhood moment in the same gifset??!!!!
I’ve never seen Toy Story 3 and judging by the gif for it, I think I know it will destroy me. So maybe I shouldn’t see it.
Two childhood friends unexpectedly reunite on opposite sides of a demonstration in 1972
Just imagine the pain…
This is such an amazing photograph
this picture makes me so sad, he looks like hes in so much pain it hurts my heart
Build a new life for my son, in the air! Then everyone will be on equal ground! So to speak.
Alright, folks. Let’s talk about representation!
Imagine that you’re in the seventh grade. Middle school is…well…middle school. You love Avatar: The Last Airbender. Of course you do. It’s a wonderful show. And you love the airbenders. If there’s any bender that you could be…
Now imagine that you’re disabled and your doctors are telling you that your condition is worsening. You can barely walk down the hallway. Finally, one doctor quietly declares that you need a dangerous surgery. The room is spinning around as the nurse puts the mask over your nose. You count to ten and wake up several hours later. The doctors give you the grave news. The surgery didn’t go as well as they had hoped. You might be able to walk short distances but you will have to spend the rest of the time in the wheelchair. You’re twelve. You’re scared. You’re lying in the blindingly white hospital room. You pick up that weird remote that’s attached to the bed and turn on the television. The Northern Air Temple is on in a marathon that’s leading up to The Fury of Aang. You watch as Teo happily zooms through the air, his wheelchair converted into an amazing glider. A smile spreads across your face as you realize that you’re watching a character who is in a wheelchair and can still be an airbender. A character who is optimistic and filled with spirit, despite his disability. A character who is shown struggling with his disability but still finding hope. A character who gives you hope.
Now imagine that you’re twenty and entering your junior year of college. You still watch Avatar because it’s still a wonderful show with excellent characters. And you still remember how, many years ago, one of those characters gave you hope.
And that’s why representation is important!
And that’s one of the reasons why Avatar is such a great show.
And that’s why I will always be grateful towards Bryke and the rest of the cast/crew.
Beautiful, marauders4evr :)
Gryffindor: I’m a fucking hero.
Slytherin: I’m fucking badass.
Ravenclaw: I’m smart as fuck.
Hufflepuff: My dorm is near the kitchen.
hufflepuff sounds like tumblr
You win this round, Hufflepuff.