Ladies and gentlemen, this is what social anxiety feels like.
IMPORTANT CHARACTER IS IMPORTANT. Never has Disney produced such a realistic character, female, male, villain or princess, ever before. This is a woman who we watched grow up completely suppressing her natural gifts and true self. How many of us have had to hide things? Our love of dance from our overly macho dad? Or homosexuality from right-winged parents? A love of the arts because our families want us to have “real jobs”? Our ADHD, dyslexia, or other “disabilities” because it didn’t fit into traditional learning environments? How about the part where she felt completely an under anxiety her entire life to the point where her interactions with other humans were affected determinately? How many times have we all been under so much constant stress that we feel like this nice snow storm is battering around inside you? And let’s not forget her chronic depression, a side affect of her crippling anxiety and years of self denial. Elsa is literally every single teenager who ever existed and she is so incredibly real beecause she reacts selfishly, she reacts rashly, she reacts illogically, because that’s what real human people do. They go through hell and they fuck up. But they’re truly good people at heart who want love and freedom just like everyone else, the road is just harder to get there. But it makes the end all worth while.
And the most important part in all of this? The world is going nuts for Elsa. Everyday I see little girls running around the Magic Kingdom dressed as her, carrying her dolls, wearing her shirts, standing in line 5 hours just to meet her. They’re going to grow up worshiping her and looking up to her and singing Let it Go at the top of their lungs. And they’re going to make the world a better place because she exists. This is a character who is going to live forever because Disney let her be real and flawed and incredibly human. Elsa is the greatest creative achievement in Disney history, hands fucking down.
I don’t think society is ever going to let them grow out of Drake and Josh.
I feel okay with that.
don’t ever watch interviews with a celebrity if u love them u will see all the little personality quirks and habits they have and most likely see and hear them laugh several times and it will destroy u u will fall in love with them even more don’t do it do not fuckin do it ever i am warning u now save yourself before it is too late
Neilson: Mr. Archer, at the count of three, shoot Doctor Watson.
Sherlock: I don’t have the code.
Sherlock: I don’t know the code.
Sherlock: She didn’t tell me. I don’t know it!
Neilson: I’m prepared to believe you any second now. Three.
Sherlock: No, stop!
If you start watching this scene at the moment the agents come in with John, you see that Sherlock is all snark and sass, perfectly composed (“Don’t you want me on the floor too?” “American. Interesting. Why would you care?”), ready to integrate this new variable into the game. Then Neilson orders Archer to shoot John on the count of three, and all that snark and sass goes right out the window because John’s life is at stake now - someone who is more important to Sherlock than all the puzzles in the world - and you can see the panic rising on Sherlock’s face. As you keep watching, you can see how nervous he is while dialing in the combination, hoping that he got all the clues, that he got it right, because John’s life still hangs in the balance. He’s not putting on an act for anyone at that point - he’s facing away from everyone, facing the safe, and the only reason the audience sees the panic on Sherlock’s face is because we have the vantage point of the safe. We see what he won’t show to anyone else. The visible relief on Sherlock’s face when the safe unlocks is also witnessed by no one but the safe (and therefore us).
Doesn’t matter if you don’t ship it romantically. That these two idiots love each other is not even a matter of debate. John will follow Sherlock into the fire time and time again, and Sherlock will always protect John when John’s life is in danger. Doesn’t have to be romantic to be love.
Liam Hemsworth on working with Jennifer Lawrence
an anon asked me my ideal wedding one time. shazam and it hath appeared.
My school was inspired by the What I Be project by Steven Rosenfield. This project is also apart of our diversity week.
This was an incredible project to be a part of.
Adorable Dog (Frenchie!) Plays with NYPD Police Horse on Wall Street [x]
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