tacendans:

I’m finding a couple internship positions being posted online.

At this point, is it worth filling out a couple more random applications without talking to a rep like at a career fair?

idk.

Absolutely!! Just because you didn’t speak to someone in person doesn’t mean you are automatically discounted from the position. It’s always worth a shot!

trencly:

trying to cheer your favourite person up

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youngharrisonford:

when u think u see someone hot but then realize they ugly

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massholehackey:

go-back-to-ikea:

tuukkarasksass:

Rask has since commissioned his mask artist, Ron Slater, to design Maddie a mask of her own.

The finished product is identical to the one Rask wears in net, with a few notable alterations: Maddie’s name (rather than Rask’s surname) is spelled out below the cage, and the back plate features a yellow ribbon and the words “Kick Sarcoma” — a reference to the disease Maddie is suffering from.

Excuse me for a second, my heart

Tuukka is goin to be a kickass father

It’s been a very rough week already but today was a turning point. And it will get better. #KeepOnKeepinOn

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deeeeaaan:



Game of Thrones Wedding Cake


oh yeah lets just have a game of thrones themed wedding
what can possibly go wrong?
deeeeaaan:



Game of Thrones Wedding Cake


oh yeah lets just have a game of thrones themed wedding
what can possibly go wrong?

deeeeaaan:

Game of Thrones Wedding Cake

oh yeah lets just have a game of thrones themed wedding

what can possibly go wrong?

komlin:

livingonmusicals:

komlin:

livingonmusicals:

komlin:

livingonmusicals:

ok y’all 

how do i ask a boy out 

roses are red
violets are blue
guess what, my bed
has room for two

OH MY GOD NO

twinkle twinkle little star
we can do it in a car

STOP IT

row, row, row your boat
gently down the stream
merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily
i can make you scream

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asisfanpage:

fandomskeepmesaneandhappy:

asisfanpage:

fandomskeepmesaneandhappy:

asisfanpage:

disneyisperfection:

demongodzoro:

inwhichifeelallthefeels:

the-english-honeybadger:

thesegirlsareperfectprincesses:

Conceal… Don’t feel…

So wait does this mean that if we took away the whole being able to produce ice thing. This movie might have been about depression?

Disney has come out and said it’s about anxiety and depression so… yeah

the writers literally said that Elsa is a metaphor for depression

But I’m so glad little children look up to this character, and they probably won’t understand what she’s, and I’m sure, some of them will suffer some of these symptoms and look back to this movie, and be amazed by how they idolized this character without truly understanding her until now that they’ve grown up.
Meanwhile there are teenagers and young adults (me included) who are going through this on any level, or have suffered these and can go and watch this movie and feel identified and see a ray of hope for them. I mean, I just read all of the symptoms and this post describes me so well it’s unbelievable.
I don’t think that Elsa is the only metaphor in this movie. Anna, in my opinion, is a metaphor for hope. Since she’s pulled apart from her sister she still tries to get her back for years and years, she doesn’t lose hope for her, even though she does not understand what her sister is going through, she never gives up on her and keeps fighting for her. Anna is Elsa’s anchor. She knows they can fix it together.
Can I now comment on the adult view? My mother’s first thought after watching the movie was: “I wish my sister was like that”. Even adults can feel identified with this story, not on an entire level, but they can pick several aspects where they can feel related to. It amazes me the depth this movie can have if we start analyzing it bit by bit and this is why Frozen is truly a masterpiece.
For people who say disney/animated movies are just for kids you just got slapped in the face.

I love that the story has a deeper meaning and message

Can I add that even though Elsa was a metaphor for depression, she still had the LOVE and STRENGTH to protect Anna by distancing herself from Anna? It was such a tough thing for Elsa to do, but she did it anyway. IMO, Elsa is a metaphor for depression, strength, and hope. Yes, she did feel like shit, she did feel like a monster unworthy of love. Still, she had love. So. Much. Love. Love for Anna, love for her parents, love for the people of Arendelle, that she kept on isolating herself (For years, mind you) in order to protect them from the monster that is herself. If that’s not what strength is, I don’t know what is. 
What is Anna a metaphor for, then? Faith. Undying, unwavering faith and love, and trust in her sister. Even when she was stunned by Elsa’s powers (at the coronation), she was still so certain that Elsa would NEVER hurt her. Even though Elsa’d shut her out for so many years, she NEVER gave up on Elsa. She kept trying to bring Elsa out of her shell, and was willing to sacrifice her life for what she believed in— Elsa. Because they were family, and that’s what family do for one another and because she loves Elsa (and probably knows Elsa loves her too…) 
*clears throat* Anyway…
That is why Frozen is so special. To me, to people going through all the bull that we go through in life because we’re presented with two ladies with vulnerabilities, with insecurities, but yet, their strength, faith, and love are able to pull them through. This MOVIE represents hope. Hope that we can be like the two main characters. Strong, steadfast, afraid and insecure at times, but we’ll get through just fine in the end.

Preach it. Honestly I was so pleased with disney and the way the characters of Anna and Elsa were approached. IMO they are two of the most relatable characters because they represent states/phases of emotions that almost everyone can say they have experienced. Not everyone is depressed, but I know everyone sometimes let their fears get the best of them. And I love that overcoming that fear was a tagteam effort on Elsa and Anna’s part because sometimes people aren’t strong enough to overcome a trial or embrace their true self without the help of others who truly love them.

Totally. I think this was— is— the strongest selling point of Frozen. The fact that these characters were so complex and… alive. For once we have characters from Frozen that are not that far off from us. Yes, we do silly things under misguided thoughts (please refer to lyrics of fixer upper…heh.) but this movie really made me realise that we are more than our flaws and our strengths. It showed me that we’re also defined by the people we love, the people that surround us. Both Elsa and Anna would not have been who they were if not for each other. I seriously think that Elsa would have strayed and really become “evil” if not for her love for Anna. 
And another thing I like about this movie? It tells us that we are not alone, that its okay to receive help and trust people (especially your family). It’s okay to lean on people for awhile. Though we may get betrayed (i’m looking at you, Hans.), that’s how we sort out the sincere and those who are not worth giving the time of day. That’s how we weed out the people who are worth having in our lives.. And that is why Frozen is my favourite movie. It thought me so many things! yippeeee!

This post and your comments literally made my day <3 asisfanpage:

fandomskeepmesaneandhappy:

asisfanpage:

fandomskeepmesaneandhappy:

asisfanpage:

disneyisperfection:

demongodzoro:

inwhichifeelallthefeels:

the-english-honeybadger:

thesegirlsareperfectprincesses:

Conceal… Don’t feel…

So wait does this mean that if we took away the whole being able to produce ice thing. This movie might have been about depression?

Disney has come out and said it’s about anxiety and depression so… yeah

the writers literally said that Elsa is a metaphor for depression

But I’m so glad little children look up to this character, and they probably won’t understand what she’s, and I’m sure, some of them will suffer some of these symptoms and look back to this movie, and be amazed by how they idolized this character without truly understanding her until now that they’ve grown up.
Meanwhile there are teenagers and young adults (me included) who are going through this on any level, or have suffered these and can go and watch this movie and feel identified and see a ray of hope for them. I mean, I just read all of the symptoms and this post describes me so well it’s unbelievable.
I don’t think that Elsa is the only metaphor in this movie. Anna, in my opinion, is a metaphor for hope. Since she’s pulled apart from her sister she still tries to get her back for years and years, she doesn’t lose hope for her, even though she does not understand what her sister is going through, she never gives up on her and keeps fighting for her. Anna is Elsa’s anchor. She knows they can fix it together.
Can I now comment on the adult view? My mother’s first thought after watching the movie was: “I wish my sister was like that”. Even adults can feel identified with this story, not on an entire level, but they can pick several aspects where they can feel related to. It amazes me the depth this movie can have if we start analyzing it bit by bit and this is why Frozen is truly a masterpiece.
For people who say disney/animated movies are just for kids you just got slapped in the face.

I love that the story has a deeper meaning and message

Can I add that even though Elsa was a metaphor for depression, she still had the LOVE and STRENGTH to protect Anna by distancing herself from Anna? It was such a tough thing for Elsa to do, but she did it anyway. IMO, Elsa is a metaphor for depression, strength, and hope. Yes, she did feel like shit, she did feel like a monster unworthy of love. Still, she had love. So. Much. Love. Love for Anna, love for her parents, love for the people of Arendelle, that she kept on isolating herself (For years, mind you) in order to protect them from the monster that is herself. If that’s not what strength is, I don’t know what is. 
What is Anna a metaphor for, then? Faith. Undying, unwavering faith and love, and trust in her sister. Even when she was stunned by Elsa’s powers (at the coronation), she was still so certain that Elsa would NEVER hurt her. Even though Elsa’d shut her out for so many years, she NEVER gave up on Elsa. She kept trying to bring Elsa out of her shell, and was willing to sacrifice her life for what she believed in— Elsa. Because they were family, and that’s what family do for one another and because she loves Elsa (and probably knows Elsa loves her too…) 
*clears throat* Anyway…
That is why Frozen is so special. To me, to people going through all the bull that we go through in life because we’re presented with two ladies with vulnerabilities, with insecurities, but yet, their strength, faith, and love are able to pull them through. This MOVIE represents hope. Hope that we can be like the two main characters. Strong, steadfast, afraid and insecure at times, but we’ll get through just fine in the end.

Preach it. Honestly I was so pleased with disney and the way the characters of Anna and Elsa were approached. IMO they are two of the most relatable characters because they represent states/phases of emotions that almost everyone can say they have experienced. Not everyone is depressed, but I know everyone sometimes let their fears get the best of them. And I love that overcoming that fear was a tagteam effort on Elsa and Anna’s part because sometimes people aren’t strong enough to overcome a trial or embrace their true self without the help of others who truly love them.

Totally. I think this was— is— the strongest selling point of Frozen. The fact that these characters were so complex and… alive. For once we have characters from Frozen that are not that far off from us. Yes, we do silly things under misguided thoughts (please refer to lyrics of fixer upper…heh.) but this movie really made me realise that we are more than our flaws and our strengths. It showed me that we’re also defined by the people we love, the people that surround us. Both Elsa and Anna would not have been who they were if not for each other. I seriously think that Elsa would have strayed and really become “evil” if not for her love for Anna. 
And another thing I like about this movie? It tells us that we are not alone, that its okay to receive help and trust people (especially your family). It’s okay to lean on people for awhile. Though we may get betrayed (i’m looking at you, Hans.), that’s how we sort out the sincere and those who are not worth giving the time of day. That’s how we weed out the people who are worth having in our lives.. And that is why Frozen is my favourite movie. It thought me so many things! yippeeee!

This post and your comments literally made my day <3 asisfanpage:

fandomskeepmesaneandhappy:

asisfanpage:

fandomskeepmesaneandhappy:

asisfanpage:

disneyisperfection:

demongodzoro:

inwhichifeelallthefeels:

the-english-honeybadger:

thesegirlsareperfectprincesses:

Conceal… Don’t feel…

So wait does this mean that if we took away the whole being able to produce ice thing. This movie might have been about depression?

Disney has come out and said it’s about anxiety and depression so… yeah

the writers literally said that Elsa is a metaphor for depression

But I’m so glad little children look up to this character, and they probably won’t understand what she’s, and I’m sure, some of them will suffer some of these symptoms and look back to this movie, and be amazed by how they idolized this character without truly understanding her until now that they’ve grown up.
Meanwhile there are teenagers and young adults (me included) who are going through this on any level, or have suffered these and can go and watch this movie and feel identified and see a ray of hope for them. I mean, I just read all of the symptoms and this post describes me so well it’s unbelievable.
I don’t think that Elsa is the only metaphor in this movie. Anna, in my opinion, is a metaphor for hope. Since she’s pulled apart from her sister she still tries to get her back for years and years, she doesn’t lose hope for her, even though she does not understand what her sister is going through, she never gives up on her and keeps fighting for her. Anna is Elsa’s anchor. She knows they can fix it together.
Can I now comment on the adult view? My mother’s first thought after watching the movie was: “I wish my sister was like that”. Even adults can feel identified with this story, not on an entire level, but they can pick several aspects where they can feel related to. It amazes me the depth this movie can have if we start analyzing it bit by bit and this is why Frozen is truly a masterpiece.
For people who say disney/animated movies are just for kids you just got slapped in the face.

I love that the story has a deeper meaning and message

Can I add that even though Elsa was a metaphor for depression, she still had the LOVE and STRENGTH to protect Anna by distancing herself from Anna? It was such a tough thing for Elsa to do, but she did it anyway. IMO, Elsa is a metaphor for depression, strength, and hope. Yes, she did feel like shit, she did feel like a monster unworthy of love. Still, she had love. So. Much. Love. Love for Anna, love for her parents, love for the people of Arendelle, that she kept on isolating herself (For years, mind you) in order to protect them from the monster that is herself. If that’s not what strength is, I don’t know what is. 
What is Anna a metaphor for, then? Faith. Undying, unwavering faith and love, and trust in her sister. Even when she was stunned by Elsa’s powers (at the coronation), she was still so certain that Elsa would NEVER hurt her. Even though Elsa’d shut her out for so many years, she NEVER gave up on Elsa. She kept trying to bring Elsa out of her shell, and was willing to sacrifice her life for what she believed in— Elsa. Because they were family, and that’s what family do for one another and because she loves Elsa (and probably knows Elsa loves her too…) 
*clears throat* Anyway…
That is why Frozen is so special. To me, to people going through all the bull that we go through in life because we’re presented with two ladies with vulnerabilities, with insecurities, but yet, their strength, faith, and love are able to pull them through. This MOVIE represents hope. Hope that we can be like the two main characters. Strong, steadfast, afraid and insecure at times, but we’ll get through just fine in the end.

Preach it. Honestly I was so pleased with disney and the way the characters of Anna and Elsa were approached. IMO they are two of the most relatable characters because they represent states/phases of emotions that almost everyone can say they have experienced. Not everyone is depressed, but I know everyone sometimes let their fears get the best of them. And I love that overcoming that fear was a tagteam effort on Elsa and Anna’s part because sometimes people aren’t strong enough to overcome a trial or embrace their true self without the help of others who truly love them.

Totally. I think this was— is— the strongest selling point of Frozen. The fact that these characters were so complex and… alive. For once we have characters from Frozen that are not that far off from us. Yes, we do silly things under misguided thoughts (please refer to lyrics of fixer upper…heh.) but this movie really made me realise that we are more than our flaws and our strengths. It showed me that we’re also defined by the people we love, the people that surround us. Both Elsa and Anna would not have been who they were if not for each other. I seriously think that Elsa would have strayed and really become “evil” if not for her love for Anna. 
And another thing I like about this movie? It tells us that we are not alone, that its okay to receive help and trust people (especially your family). It’s okay to lean on people for awhile. Though we may get betrayed (i’m looking at you, Hans.), that’s how we sort out the sincere and those who are not worth giving the time of day. That’s how we weed out the people who are worth having in our lives.. And that is why Frozen is my favourite movie. It thought me so many things! yippeeee!

This post and your comments literally made my day <3

asisfanpage:

fandomskeepmesaneandhappy:

asisfanpage:

fandomskeepmesaneandhappy:

asisfanpage:

disneyisperfection:

demongodzoro:

inwhichifeelallthefeels:

the-english-honeybadger:

thesegirlsareperfectprincesses:

Conceal… Don’t feel…

So wait does this mean that if we took away the whole being able to produce ice thing. This movie might have been about depression?

Disney has come out and said it’s about anxiety and depression so… yeah

the writers literally said that Elsa is a metaphor for depression

But I’m so glad little children look up to this character, and they probably won’t understand what she’s, and I’m sure, some of them will suffer some of these symptoms and look back to this movie, and be amazed by how they idolized this character without truly understanding her until now that they’ve grown up.

Meanwhile there are teenagers and young adults (me included) who are going through this on any level, or have suffered these and can go and watch this movie and feel identified and see a ray of hope for them. I mean, I just read all of the symptoms and this post describes me so well it’s unbelievable.

I don’t think that Elsa is the only metaphor in this movie. Anna, in my opinion, is a metaphor for hope. Since she’s pulled apart from her sister she still tries to get her back for years and years, she doesn’t lose hope for her, even though she does not understand what her sister is going through, she never gives up on her and keeps fighting for her. Anna is Elsa’s anchor. She knows they can fix it together.

Can I now comment on the adult view? My mother’s first thought after watching the movie was: “I wish my sister was like that”. Even adults can feel identified with this story, not on an entire level, but they can pick several aspects where they can feel related to. It amazes me the depth this movie can have if we start analyzing it bit by bit and this is why Frozen is truly a masterpiece.

For people who say disney/animated movies are just for kids you just got slapped in the face.

I love that the story has a deeper meaning and message

Can I add that even though Elsa was a metaphor for depression, she still had the LOVE and STRENGTH to protect Anna by distancing herself from Anna? It was such a tough thing for Elsa to do, but she did it anyway. IMO, Elsa is a metaphor for depression, strength, and hope. Yes, she did feel like shit, she did feel like a monster unworthy of love. Still, she had love. So. Much. Love. Love for Anna, love for her parents, love for the people of Arendelle, that she kept on isolating herself (For years, mind you) in order to protect them from the monster that is herself. If that’s not what strength is, I don’t know what is. 

What is Anna a metaphor for, then? Faith. Undying, unwavering faith and love, and trust in her sister. Even when she was stunned by Elsa’s powers (at the coronation), she was still so certain that Elsa would NEVER hurt her. Even though Elsa’d shut her out for so many years, she NEVER gave up on Elsa. She kept trying to bring Elsa out of her shell, and was willing to sacrifice her life for what she believed in— Elsa. Because they were family, and that’s what family do for one another and because she loves Elsa (and probably knows Elsa loves her too…) 

*clears throat* Anyway…

That is why Frozen is so special. To me, to people going through all the bull that we go through in life because we’re presented with two ladies with vulnerabilities, with insecurities, but yet, their strength, faith, and love are able to pull them through. This MOVIE represents hope. Hope that we can be like the two main characters. Strong, steadfast, afraid and insecure at times, but we’ll get through just fine in the end.

Preach it. Honestly I was so pleased with disney and the way the characters of Anna and Elsa were approached. IMO they are two of the most relatable characters because they represent states/phases of emotions that almost everyone can say they have experienced. Not everyone is depressed, but I know everyone sometimes let their fears get the best of them. And I love that overcoming that fear was a tagteam effort on Elsa and Anna’s part because sometimes people aren’t strong enough to overcome a trial or embrace their true self without the help of others who truly love them.

Totally. I think this was— is— the strongest selling point of Frozen. The fact that these characters were so complex and… alive. For once we have characters from Frozen that are not that far off from us. Yes, we do silly things under misguided thoughts (please refer to lyrics of fixer upper…heh.) but this movie really made me realise that we are more than our flaws and our strengths. It showed me that we’re also defined by the people we love, the people that surround us. Both Elsa and Anna would not have been who they were if not for each other. I seriously think that Elsa would have strayed and really become “evil” if not for her love for Anna. 

And another thing I like about this movie? It tells us that we are not alone, that its okay to receive help and trust people (especially your family). It’s okay to lean on people for awhile. Though we may get betrayed (i’m looking at you, Hans.), that’s how we sort out the sincere and those who are not worth giving the time of day. That’s how we weed out the people who are worth having in our lives.. And that is why Frozen is my favourite movie. It thought me so many things! yippeeee!

This post and your comments literally made my day <3

a-big-furry-rat:

I want to see the distraught look on their faces. I would pay to see that.

a-big-furry-rat:

I want to see the distraught look on their faces. I would pay to see that.

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fanboyin:

Stephen King being Stephen King
fanboyin:

Stephen King being Stephen King
fanboyin:

Stephen King being Stephen King

fanboyin:

Stephen King being Stephen King