Supernatural aka what fucking drugs is this fandom on?
I want a Frozen sequel where some evil sorcerer kidnaps Elsa and takes away her powers which causes her hair to turn dark brunette instead of white and when Anna and Kristoff burst in to save her Anna balks in horror for a split second and before she can stop herself says “Mom?!”
no, no, this is my favorite kristanna moment. Kristoff recognizes that this man not only betrayed Anna’s trust and love, but also tried to kill her best friend and sister Elsa. He had full intention to whup Hans’s sorry butt. But Anna also sees this and rushes forward, makes him stay back with a single touch. And he backs down, accepts it, because he knows her strength and respects her wishes.
best disney prince hands-down.
In other words:
(ʘ‿ʘ)ノ✿ Hold my flower.✿＼(｡-_-｡) Kick his ass, baby. I got yo flower.
Anonymous asked: Each house's reaction to meeting BBC Sherlock in real life? (The character, not Benedict Cumberbatch, although he is fabulous as well.)
I feel like Sherlock would quickly wear down Hufflepuff’s patience because he tends to do what he wants without thought for others.
gender benders of big four + eugene+ mavis+ elsa+ astrid
omg, mavis guy is so uke !!
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Oh Jack, now that you were trying to be a good boy, that perfect girl is gone!
Jack: E-Elsa??! (°ロ°)
Elsa: Tell me about it, stud!(☞ﾟ∀ﾟ)☞
Elsa’s original dress is too gorgeous to not adapt into Sandy’s smexy ending outfit. I may even post close-ups. Sorry again about my zero skills at making graphic-backgrounds, it’s really deeerp but oh well. Hope you like it!
Anna/Kristen admiring her sister/friend Elsa/Idina
BRAVO to the cast and creators of Disney’s Frozen
isn’t captain hook and his crew suppose to be a lost boys who escaped and that’s why he’s trying to kill peter pan
…what the actual fuck
I NEVER TRUSTED PETER PAN
nah everything in Peter Pan was fucked up.
Tinkerbell and her fairy buddies were having an orgy when they found baby Peter. Tinks also extremely jealous, tricking one of the Lost Boys into shooting Wendy in the fucking chest.
Peter’s also crazy omnipotent. Like, he “make believes” he’s a doctor, and heals Wendy. When he’s hungry, he pretends to eat imaginary food and his stomach actually gets fuller.
He’s also a dick. He would teach children how to fly but never how to stop, so they’d fly for months on straight without rest or break, and they couldn’t sleep either or they’d stop flying. And when one of Wendy’s brothers actually fell asleep and plummeted into the ocean, Peter laughed his ass off. He only saved him when Wendy begged him too.
okay but that’s the point of Peter Pan. It’s not supposed to glorify never growing up, it’s supposed to show kids why growing up is not only good, but necessary otherwise they’d end up as fucked up as Peter. He never matured, never learned right from wrong, he never listened to his parents because - according to Peter - he ran away as an infant.It’s a tale to teach children that listening to their parents and growing up is good. As far as Tinker Bell goes, if you actually read Peter Pan you would know that fairies only feel one emotion at a time and they feel that emotion very strongly so the orgy? lust. Trying to kill Wendy? Jealousy. She embodies the seven deadly sins and what happens if you let your emotions get the best of you. (And as far as the new fairies series of films making her nicer it’s because you only see the jealous side of her in Peter Pan and you see other sides of her in the series because those movies are about her).
Rant over, you can go back to your regularly scheduled blogging now.
So if Peter Pan shows up in your window. Stab him in the fucking chest kids. You have school tomorrow
Reblogging because I believe this will be important to the Once Upon a Time fandom tomorrow.
It’s more complicated than that. Peter is kind of a tragic hero. He chooses not to grow up, he knows he is incomplete.
I mean, he cut off Hook’s hand because he thought it was a game. He clearly doesn’t know right from wrong. He also only knows the unconditional love of a mother to a child, which is why he thinks everyone wants to be his mother. He also switches sides in a fight just for fun, kill pirates for fun, and “thins” out the Lost Boys when they can’t fit in the tree anymore.
But, like, it wasn’t a cautionary tale to tell you to listen to your parents, it’s a story about death and youth. Why can’t Peter grow up? One of the popular theories is that it’s because he’s dead. J.M. Barrie’s older brother died when Barrie was little and he dressed up in his brother’s clothes to please his mom. His mom - who was always distant, whose love Barrie craved like Peter craves a mom - started crying and said something like “At least my baby will never grow up” and that idea stuck with Barrie forever. Then, as an adult, it’s believed he never slept with his wife because Barrie was just a kid. He was Peter Pan. He was too innocent for that. He befriended the Llewelyn-Davies boys and based Peter Pan off of them and their games. (Fun fact: The boy Peter Pan was named after, Peter Llewelyn-Davies, threw himself under a train). There was also a bunch of stuff about Barrie being in love with The Llewlyn-Davies boys’ mother, but that’s not important here.
People think Peter’s dead because he literally cannot return home. He tried and the window was barred and his parents had replaced him with another baby. Why? Probably because they had lost Peter to the flu. Why does Peter come in through the window? Because of the joke “I once had a bird names Enza. I opened up the window and ‘influenza’.” Because lots of babies died back then form the flu. The Lost Boys are children who fell out of their prams. Odds are babies could not survive falling out of their prams. Peter is liked the pied piper ferrying the souls of young children to the neverland/afterlife. Barrie believed that all children were “gay and heartless” but he didn’t think that was a bad thing.
Also, Hook and his crew are not old lost boys trying to kill Peter. Hook was once a British gentlemen (hinted at to be associated with Charles II and attended Elton) and he is afraid of growing old. His biggest fear is growing old and dying - that is why his nemesis is the embodiment of eternal youth. That is why the crocodile that chases him swallowed a clock and ticks. That is why when Peter finally decided “It’s Hook of me this time” the crocodile has stopped ticking and Peter started (he’s trying to trick them into thinking he’s the croc). At that moment - Peter is time and time has ran out for Hook.
Also, it’s not so much that Peter is omnipotent. All kids basically are in the Neverland. Like, it states that the island looks different to every kid because it’s the land of their dreams and stuff. Also, the island legit freezes when Peter leaves and thaws when he comes back. He’s been there so long he’s not human anymore - but fey. (keep in mind being fey isn’t good, just chaotic neutral). Peter even secretes pixie dust now. The island is so fine tuned with him because he’s one of the only people that stay, that it caters to him. Most likely any child that stayed as long as he did would become omnipotent to an extent.
As for Tinker Bell, the above stated is true. Fairies are so tiny they can only have one emotion at a time - “Tink wasn’t all bad” - and they also have really short lifespans so, like, Tinker Bell isn’t even that important to Peter Pan. He forgets all about her and Hook by the time Wendy is grown up.And the orgies thing is because in the legends fey are known for their revelries.
And it wasn’t so much that Peter was a dick, he just doesn’t know when to stop. He’s a child. He doesn’t know right from wrong. He doesn’t know when to stop playing -cutting Hooks hand off was a game to him. He also has the memory of a child, so odds are he just forgot to teach kids how to stop flying or how to imagine food, etc. He is just carefree, like all children. Everything is a game to him, because he never learned anything else.
But like, no, Peter Pan is not a cautionary tale. Barrie loved his character and the story and brought up a lot of good things in it. He wrote Peter as an exaggeration of a cocky overconfident boy, but, like, Peter wasn’t afraid of death. It says “he felt scared, yet he felt only one shudder run through him when any other person would have felt scared up until death. With his blithe attitude towards death, he says, “To die will be an awfully big adventure”.” and with that Barrie is showing us both a naivety and bravery we possess as children but lose as adults and is basically telling us that we shouldn’t let that go. Like, the point is growing up is inevitable but you don’t have to lose everything.
And so yeah….I’m really passionate about Peter Pan.
I have… insanely big feelings about Peter Pan, now.
ROTBTD AU » Once Upon A Time - Jackunzel
"Actually, one thing does feel right. You. The only thing here that feels real … is you."Once Upon A Time, Jack Overlander chanced upon meeting the Princess Rapunzel — who was well-renowned for her hair’s magical healing abilities - at the frozen lake he constantly visited every winter. The princess in question occasionally snuck out of her palace to explore the world. Jack immediately recognizes her, despite her being tiara-less and in common wear, and kneels down, unconsciously placing a hand to his heart. “Milady,” he says, blinking, unable to keep his eyes off of her. It is not until she turns to face him that he sees fear in her eyes - sees the shakiness of her form - and realizes they were both in danger.The ice splintered beneath them, miniature lightning-shaped ruptures zipping their way passed their feet, surrounding them. In a calm, commanding voice she utters, “You must leave. You’ll die if you stay here.” To which Jack replies with a, “Not a chance, Princess. Not without you.” Jack saves Rapunzel’s life - but his sudden movement cracks the ice open, and he falls in, disappearing into the freezing water.Rapunzel wishes upon the Man in the Moon, praying for a miracle, that the boy who saved her would return to her. The Man in the Moon hears her wish, and grants Jack Frost life again - but all magic comes with a price, and Jack was reborn as a winter spirit, and would live forever. After learning of Rapunzel’s near-death experience, her mother, Queen Gothel, forbids Rapunzel from ever leaving the castle, and locks her away at the top-most tower. This doesn’t stop Jack from visiting her daily, and the two spend almost every waking hour together.Gothel learns of Jack Frost, and immediately feels threatened. After all, Rapunzel’s hair is the only reason she still has her youth and her beauty - should Rapunzel run away with him, and let anything happen to that hair of her’s, Gothel’d be gone forever. In an attempt to get rid of Jack Frost for good, Gothel sends Pitch Black to destroy him - only for Rapunzel to counter the attack, sacrificing her golden hair to save Jack’s life.As Gothel begins to wither and fade, she makes one final deal with Pitch Black - she would give anything so long as Pitch could create a curse so powerful that she would not have to live in constant fear of her death - that Rapunzel’s magical hair would no longer have power over her life. Pitch Black smirks, his eyes glinting with the dawn of a new world, and says, “The only way to do that is to erase all magic - to go to a world where Magic does not exist.”Now in Our World, in Storybrook, no one remembers who they used to be - no one recalls that they are actually fairy tale characters. But as it always is, all magic comes with a price - and sometimes the smallest sign of recognition, or a mere glance in the right direction, or a chance meeting at one’s doorstep - can easily turn the tide."Uhm, Hi. Sorry to disturb you so late but … Are you alright? I heard noises coming from this direction-"
"So you brought over … a frying pan?"