zoella:

LOL

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ruinedchildhood:

How my emotions work

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fancysomedisneymagic:

The costumes in Frozen tell a visual story that supports the narrative. Everything is designed for a reason, for instance, Anna has clothes in a bright yellow and green color palette whereas Elsa’s is a pale and cold one.

Notice how Anna grows up and, when she is adult, she still wears the same warm palette she did as when she was five. She’s a big kid, she’s the same. Elsa grows up to darker blues, as she closes herself off from the world. Her sleeves get longer and shows less skin. Also hairstyles get to be tighter. This all changes when she sings “Let It Go” and she goes back to pale blue and lets her hair down.

ssteigerwald:

frozenmusings:

I needs me some Baby Sven on my blog.

LOOK AT HIS LITTLE TAIL AND HOW HE WIGGLES IT

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99percentinvisible:

An ode to Chicagoland from Kate Joyce
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stoicmike:

If you have an idea at 4:00 a.m. you had better get your ass out of bed and capture it, because it won’t be there at 9:00 a.m. — Michael Lipsey

stoicmike:

If you have an idea at 4:00 a.m. you had better get your ass out of bed and capture it, because it won’t be there at 9:00 a.m. — Michael Lipsey

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