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Do the people compaining about coke bottle names know that they're all regional? Like, in Spain they have Spanish names, in Germany they use German names. If the bottles in your area all have "boring white names" you're obviously in an area where those names are popular. I live in the UK, culture is pretty mixed here, in the store near my house they have a lot of Hindu and eastern European names, because a lot of people with those names live in my city. Get over your victim complex plz
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I wonder if some of these people bitching that a lot of ‘POC’ might also have those ‘boring white names’ because, ya know, not every PoC has some sort of ‘ethnic’ name they always seem to think we do. Thanks for telling every Black kid who is named David, Judy, Amy, James, Chris ect ect they have boring white names you fucks.

WiR fan writing post that I am too bleeeh to post on my C-Butt blog at the moment so I’m going to post here but either way I know no one would look at it anyway.
PORN ON MY DASH WHILE BROWSING AWAY FROM HOME

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OH GOD

Is it the good porn?

Anime porn.

PORN ON MY DASH WHILE BROWSING AWAY FROM HOME

OH GOD

Is it wrong that I think that the story in Frozen was a bit weak? like I love the characters but the story fall so flat to like it could have been so much more :/

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*long post ahead*

Having rewatched the film recently, the strongest thing to me about Frozen is the relationship between Anna and Elsa which I get behind 100%.

It IS a family story because in the end, Anna and Elsa only have each other left after the death of their parents. They may have had the castle staff but those two were sisters and throughout the childhood and after their parents’ death they knew so little about each other and what happened after Elsa’s coronation was the thing that finally made them both realize ‘Well, shit. We have a ton of things to work on and maybe fucking talking with each other instead of shutting ourselves out and being oblivious would help’

I think the weakest part of the whole movie to me was the romance because IT WASN’T NEEDED at least in the way it finally eneded up. I think Kirstoff is a cutie patotie and a good deviation from Disney’s USUAL prince type (You know what I’m talking about Cupcakes) but even with the time they spent together, Anna and Kristoff didn’t hit it off as much I LIKE it because in the end, he was more support than love interest; he had his own goals that HE wanted and he was there to make sure that she made it to the ice palace in one piece but as far as romance?

No, it was just weak and the whole thing with the trolls, as cute as they were, they just didn’t add anything. It seemed more forced to me because if they wanted the whole thing to be Anna being pretentious herself over caring for rich dudes instead of a bumpkin like Kristoff they should have established that better. Ya know, show Anna being really selfish to Kristoff who is helping with the festival (I don’t know, he….brings carrots or something.) and then Hans comes in and actually ADDS TO THE ASSAULT by treating him like dirt as well. Anna sees this as Hans being more of a ‘gentleman’ and sets off the spark even more, Only later when Anna and Kriss run into each other later and they HAVE to depend on each other do we see that Anna can actually work with him or something.

That’s cliche as hell too but at least there would have been SOME ground work to it and we could see more of Kriss’ interaction with the kingdom as an ADULT before he just shows up out of nowhere after we see the shots of him as a child. 

Before I get hunted with torches and pitch forks, please hear me out;

I thought Frozen was an enjoyable movie but I am not going to deny there were some things that felt rushed as hell and under utilized as far as characters and set up.

For one thing, I REALLY REALLY wish they would have established WHY Elsa had her powers. I realy don’t buy the excuse that it wasn’t important because considering how to causes so much pain for Elsa, IT KINDA IS. WHY was she cursed? Was it like a Rapunzel thing were the PARENTS were cursed first and had to pass someone on to their first born or what if the parents (one of them, possibly the mother) was actually decedent from magical blood but in marrying a human, she cursed her child or whatever. 

You get the point; IT SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN LEFT OPEN.

Second, the Duke. The Duke was seriously the most pointless character in the movie. I get he was supposed to be a fake out but as a fake out he failed because he never did anything to accomplish anything. Everything that was fake was taken by Hans. Why not make him sort of like a side-kick ala Gaston and Lefou (sp) who did his job by being the gopher for Gaston and was used. Or better yet, the Duke could have been silly and stupid but in the end, Hans tries to use him as ‘proof’ that Elsa is dangerous but the Duke turns on HIM, telling Hans that the only thing he saw was Elsa protecting Anna and HANS was the one who drew the knife. But instead, the Duke is turned away because of…reasons and his character is there for….REASONS.

Yeah.

 And finally, one of the biggest things that could have happened beside more interaction between Elsa and Anna (okay, I get there was plenty) was some interaction between Elsa and HANS, with Elsa actually catching Hans in the act which is one of the triggers that makes her break. Though she knows her responsibility as queen DOES give her powers to oust Hans for conspiring against her kingdom, she doesn’t know what to do and its made worse when Anna just hops in and declares that Hans has asked her to marry him. Elsa KNOWS this is bullshit but just can’t explain why, especially when Anna is so happy and actually going against her wishes. So wrapped up in hiding her actually feelings, she finally breaks through and its THEN when her powers are released and its because of that the kingdom fears her and can no longer trust her words. At least in this way, Elsa HAS something over Hans but because of the kingdom’s sudden fear of her, she is powerless to reveal the truth to them and thus goes on her isolation of if the kingdom doesn’t believe her, she’ll just have to let EVERYONE see what she means and creates her own kingdom and begins to freeze her own.

So yeah, Frozen redone?

I don’t know but THAR YA GOOO.

I get your your saying,
for me I kind wanted Elsa to be the villain will kind of
like I wanted Elsa to be pushed where she was a villain where she really thinks no one cares about her and tries to get pay back untill the part where Anna sacrifices herself to save her showing that she loves her
and realizing what shes done and filled with regret (listen to life’s to short reprise and you’ll get)
I’m stopping now cause if I get to deep I’m going to rewrite the movie  :’D 

Hey, that would have been awesome. Plus, it would have made Han’s knock out even more tastier since he would try to play it up by excusing actions and saying he was misunderstood like Elsa but in the end, she would know its bullshit and cart the bastard off.

Is it wrong that I think that the story in Frozen was a bit weak? like I love the characters but the story fall so flat to like it could have been so much more :/

*long post ahead*

Having rewatched the film recently, the strongest thing to me about Frozen is the relationship between Anna and Elsa which I get behind 100%.

It IS a family story because in the end, Anna and Elsa only have each other left after the death of their parents. They may have had the castle staff but those two were sisters and throughout the childhood and after their parents’ death they knew so little about each other and what happened after Elsa’s coronation was the thing that finally made them both realize ‘Well, shit. We have a ton of things to work on and maybe fucking talking with each other instead of shutting ourselves out and being oblivious would help’

I think the weakest part of the whole movie to me was the romance because IT WASN’T NEEDED at least in the way it finally eneded up. I think Kirstoff is a cutie patotie and a good deviation from Disney’s USUAL prince type (You know what I’m talking about Cupcakes) but even with the time they spent together, Anna and Kristoff didn’t hit it off as much I LIKE it because in the end, he was more support than love interest; he had his own goals that HE wanted and he was there to make sure that she made it to the ice palace in one piece but as far as romance?

No, it was just weak and the whole thing with the trolls, as cute as they were, they just didn’t add anything. It seemed more forced to me because if they wanted the whole thing to be Anna being pretentious herself over caring for rich dudes instead of a bumpkin like Kristoff they should have established that better. Ya know, show Anna being really selfish to Kristoff who is helping with the festival (I don’t know, he….brings carrots or something.) and then Hans comes in and actually ADDS TO THE ASSAULT by treating him like dirt as well. Anna sees this as Hans being more of a ‘gentleman’ and sets off the spark even more, Only later when Anna and Kriss run into each other later and they HAVE to depend on each other do we see that Anna can actually work with him or something.

That’s cliche as hell too but at least there would have been SOME ground work to it and we could see more of Kriss’ interaction with the kingdom as an ADULT before he just shows up out of nowhere after we see the shots of him as a child. 

Before I get hunted with torches and pitch forks, please hear me out;

I thought Frozen was an enjoyable movie but I am not going to deny there were some things that felt rushed as hell and under utilized as far as characters and set up.

For one thing, I REALLY REALLY wish they would have established WHY Elsa had her powers. I realy don’t buy the excuse that it wasn’t important because considering how to causes so much pain for Elsa, IT KINDA IS. WHY was she cursed? Was it like a Rapunzel thing were the PARENTS were cursed first and had to pass someone on to their first born or what if the parents (one of them, possibly the mother) was actually decedent from magical blood but in marrying a human, she cursed her child or whatever. 

You get the point; IT SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN LEFT OPEN.

Second, the Duke. The Duke was seriously the most pointless character in the movie. I get he was supposed to be a fake out but as a fake out he failed because he never did anything to accomplish anything. Everything that was fake was taken by Hans. Why not make him sort of like a side-kick ala Gaston and Lefou (sp) who did his job by being the gopher for Gaston and was used. Or better yet, the Duke could have been silly and stupid but in the end, Hans tries to use him as ‘proof’ that Elsa is dangerous but the Duke turns on HIM, telling Hans that the only thing he saw was Elsa protecting Anna and HANS was the one who drew the knife. But instead, the Duke is turned away because of…reasons and his character is there for….REASONS.

Yeah.

 And finally, one of the biggest things that could have happened beside more interaction between Elsa and Anna (okay, I get there was plenty) was some interaction between Elsa and HANS, with Elsa actually catching Hans in the act which is one of the triggers that makes her break. Though she knows her responsibility as queen DOES give her powers to oust Hans for conspiring against her kingdom, she doesn’t know what to do and its made worse when Anna just hops in and declares that Hans has asked her to marry him. Elsa KNOWS this is bullshit but just can’t explain why, especially when Anna is so happy and actually going against her wishes. So wrapped up in hiding her actually feelings, she finally breaks through and its THEN when her powers are released and its because of that the kingdom fears her and can no longer trust her words. At least in this way, Elsa HAS something over Hans but because of the kingdom’s sudden fear of her, she is powerless to reveal the truth to them and thus goes on her isolation of if the kingdom doesn’t believe her, she’ll just have to let EVERYONE see what she means and creates her own kingdom and begins to freeze her own.

So yeah, Frozen redone?

I don’t know but THAR YA GOOO.

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lizbethvaughn:

extraordinaryfearlessness:

lizbethvaughn:

staystrongandshinebright:

xaldien:

Hans + saying the one thing he knows will break each sister

Gotta love how Disney has created one of the most realistic portrayals of a sociopath in recent history, and it’s actually terrifying.

that is why he is the scariest villain of Disney to date. because he was “normal” just like the rest of us.

For me the scariest Disney villains are Judge Frollo, Hans, and Mother Gothel. Because they’re all so realistic. We see them in our everyday lives. Judge Frollo is the corrupt politician who uses their power to persecute others, Hans is the con artist who plays with people’s feelings to get what he wants, and Gothel is the emotionally abusive parent.

I agree with all of these, and I’d have to add Gaston to the list, and possibly at the top. Gaston is the man who was rejected by a woman and then decides to hurt others because of it. Is there anything more relevant to society right now?

Perfect addition! I can’t believe I forgot about Gaston!

People always tend to forget about Atlantis: The Lost Empire for some reason ?
 What about 
Lyle Tiberius Rourke, who wanted to cause the genocide of an entire civilization because he wanted to use their technology and knowledge for money, hence being a fascist (if you know what I mean?)

Rourke was awesome as well; he was the best traitor Disney had in a while since he turned on Helga and fucking MURDERED HER (yes, she might have been alive to give the final shot but you could tell she was dying before being roasted in the volcano) in order to make it out with Kida.

He didn’t care; he just didn’t fucking care for ANYONE but himself to the point where he murdered his own partner in crime just to get the goal, someone who acted dedicated to the plan and HIM throughout the entire film.

Why do you think I loved it when Helga did the final shot before dying? She might have been a baddie as well, she was dying but she sure as hell wasn’t going to go out like that all because some asshole who lead her that far was more than willing to dump her like garbage,

AND HE STILL KEPT GOING AFTER HE WAS TURNING IN THAT CRYSTAL MONSTER. The dude was NOT going to back down until something ELSE stopped him and had he not been sliced to bits, he would have done EVERYONE in.

Shit man, I wish I had this movie on DVD now. I want to hear the commentary so bad.

Mulan Teaches Us to “Be a Man” … Until You Have to be a Woman

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And the more I think about it, the more real it becomes. Mulan spends virtually the whole movie concealing her sex, but projecting her physical and mental prowess all while having to listen to locker-room talk that depicts women as subservient and passive (most prevalent in all the musical numbers) – and for the audience, this is a great source of humor and dramatic irony. What resolves this irony in the end is that Mulan leads the effort that defeats the Huns and saves the emperor and China; therefore, she overcomes gender stereotypes and proves the worth of women in a society that demeans their existence to nothing more than child-bearing and domestic servitude.

Or rather, this might resolve the irony if she accepted the importance and validity of her actions. But instead, Mulan declines the emperor’s offer for her to live in the palace and consult with him in making significant military decisions; she opts to return to her domestic lifestyle because she’s “been away from home long enough.” She’s had her fill of adventure and showing her capabilities, now it’s time to go home where she can return to normalcy and forget her vocational hiatus. When Mulan sees her father at home, he lovingly welcomes her back into the family; she gives him the only tokens she has of her deeds as if to say, “Here, daddy, take my sword and medal – I don’t need them anymore considering the fact that I’m done playing dress-up and am ready to take my rightful place in society. And, after all, you’re the patriarch; it’s only right that I hand over my symbols of dominance to you!”

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“When Mulan sees her father at home, he lovingly welcomes her back into the family; she gives him the only tokens she has of her deeds as if to say, “
Here, daddy, take my sword and medal – I don’t need them anymore considering the fact that I’m done playing dress-up and am ready to take my rightful place in society. And, after all, you’re the patriarch; it’s only right that I hand over my symbols of dominance to you!””

Aaaand this is what you get when you view asian myths and characters from a western perspective. Filial piety and respect becomes submission and deference. Throwing us under the bus and saying we’re weak because they don’t understand our culture. Smh.

Don’t make our stories about something they’re not. Mulan was never meant to be your girl power, stickin’ it to the world, white feminist hero and I don’t appreciate such liberties being taken with her.

#hah remember when white feminists were all over mako mori because they didn’t get the concept of filial piety?#yeah

Ugh yeah I get pissed off by that. And the thing is, that this kind of display of filial piety is SO FAR REMOVED from ‘submissive femininity’, because it’s usually the son’s role.

white feminism is so annoying uggggggh

Um?? Mulan does accept the validity of her actions: she takes back the tokens — the sword and the medal — home to bring honor and glory to the family name. Which is something that someone mentioned above, typically the duty of a son.

Also, like, it would actually be out of character if she stayed with the emperor at the end because that’s not filial piety. And Mulan is nothing if not the ultimate story of filial piety, and filial piety does not mean deference and submissiveness. It’s love, respect, and honor to the parents. It’s appreciating them for bringing you into this world and raising you and respecting them. 

Like, in the beginning, she wants to be a good bride because she doesn’t want to disappoint her parents and family. She goes to war because she wants to save her father’s life. She declines the emperor’s offer and goes home because she misses her parents and doesn’t want to worry and upset them more. You’re completely misreading the ending scene if you think it’s her being submissive: it’s not ‘daughter giving symbols of her deeds of valor and worth to patriarch’. It’s ‘daughter gives symbols of her filial piety to father’. Also it’s her father acknowledging her deeds and saying that he’s so proud of her and loves her. And he doesn’t really care that she saved China. He’s touched that she risked her life to save his. 

In essence —- FUCK WHITE FEMINISM AND THEIR WESTERN LENSES ON ASIAN CULTURE. Stop shitting on Mulan and saying it isn’t feminist or revolutionary just because you don’t understand it. 

Also, my fellow Asian feminists should watch the opera version of Mulan because it’s riddled with a bunch of awesome symbols and it’s super feminist and revolutionary and beautiful and I 10/10 recommend. You can find it on Youtube I think. I remember looking up Mulan Ge Zai Xi when I was 13 and watching it in its entirety and being in complete awe. 

How fucking hard can it be to understand the simple story of Mulan doing something honorable to save the life of her father whom she doesn’t want to see die in a war because he no longer is strong enough to do it himself?

How fucking hard can it be to see that the reason Mulan had to pretend to be a man was because she lived in a time when women in the military was not only seen as DISHONORABLE but PUNISHABLE BY DEATH?

How fucking hard can it be to see that Mulan did what she did because she thought that through he actions she would find her place and do something right because she was told she would never bring her family honor for not matching a standard that was set for her?

What the fuck are people watching to get this shit?

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lizbethvaughn:

staystrongandshinebright:

xaldien:

Hans + saying the one thing he knows will break each sister

Gotta love how Disney has created one of the most realistic portrayals of a sociopath in recent history, and it’s actually terrifying.

that is why he is the scariest villain of Disney to date. because he was “normal” just like the rest of us.

For me the scariest Disney villains are Judge Frollo, Hans, and Mother Gothel. Because they’re all so realistic. We see them in our everyday lives. Judge Frollo is the corrupt politician who uses their power to persecute others, Hans is the con artist who plays with people’s feelings to get what he wants, and Gothel is the emotionally abusive parent.

I agree with all of these, and I’d have to add Gaston to the list, and possibly at the top. Gaston is the man who was rejected by a woman and then decides to hurt others because of it. Is there anything more relevant to society right now?

Perfect addition! I can’t believe I forgot about Gaston!

And the scariest part is that what Hans does fucking works. He has fans that unironically claim he was just misunderstood.

Maybe I’m just jaded, but Hans doesn’t hold a candle to Gaston or Frollo to me mostly because in the end, he folded like the little bitch he was, begging for Anna to ‘forgive’ him only to get punched the fuck out.

Gaston and Frollo weren’t beggers and if they begged, it was fake as hell. (Gaston begging for Beast to let him go, only to come back and stab him) They seen an opening, they take it and they won’t stop until, well, until they die.

WHICH THEY DID.

And at their own hands at that.

Hans tries to carry that same menace from the two and even does the little fake out thing but in the end, he’s still a little bitchy pretty boy to me. He know he has some of the tools to get his way (his looks, sweet talking) but when the chips came down on him, he just wussed out allowing him for Anna to give him the perfect wuss’ response by give the wuss a punch in the face.

….

Yeah, I think Hans is a wuss and I can watch Anna slugging the shit out of him for hours.

But in all honesty, of all the Disney villans from core movies (not DTV additions) Hans is my least likable in terms of ‘does he have the menace’. He DOES but at the same time, there is no way I can hold him up there with the likes of many of the other Disney big bads because in the end, he’s a spoiled little fuck who doesn’t deserve sympathy for being the last born because with his other brothers, they had just about as much chance as being king as he did.

'WAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! I'll NEVER be king! It not like all my OTHER brothers who are past the fourth are ever going to see the throne! POOR ME!'

Seriously, fuck Hans.