irrelephantae:

SO MY FRIEND JUST TOLD ME THAT SHE GOT FITTED FOR A BRA AND WHEN THE LADY LEFT THE FITTING ROOM SHE TURNED TO HER MOM AND STARTED SINGING “THEY RAISE ME UP SO I CAN LOOK LIKE MOUNTAINS” AND I AM DYING

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agentjanefox:

stevienitram:

johneg:

ohgod everybody needs to watch this

Cats are so fucking weird omg

DID THAT CAT SRSLY JUST CLOSE THAT DOOR? …..This vid gets better as it goes on.

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The tortoise says good bye

I will be leaving for my mission to Ohio in 5days!!! So it has come time to stop using tumblr, Facebook and my iPhone an say good bye to the friends I have made on here. I will be back in 18 months, never fear.

But I have been called to preach this wonderful gospel and I couldn’t be happier. And I am going to serve with all my heart and try my hardest.

So thank you to all my followers and the people I have watched, for you have truly been wonderful.

Good bye for now!

Love~
Mary the tortoise

thedisneycollector:

 

My favorite part about the Sephora disney princess compacts you don’t see until you’ve bought one and opened it. 

Cinderella’s says, “Time for your moment.”

Jasmine’s says, “Shut your eyes and take a chance,”

Reblogged from Have a Magical Day!

God help the outcasts, hungry from birth. Show them the mercy they don’t find on earth.

Reblogged from Have a Magical Day!

Character Design from Up

Character Design from Up

stopdeandasgay:

Tashirojima (田代島) is a small island in Japan known as “Cat Island” due to the large stray cat population. The cat population is now larger than the human population on the island, and thrives as a result of the local belief that feeding cats will bring wealth and good fortune.

I found my home

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20 curiosities about Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo is the top selling DVD of all time.
James Sullivan’s hair and Nemo’s anemone were animated using the same computer program.
The seagulls (“Mine!”) in Finding Nemo are modelled after the evil penguin from the Wallace and Gromit short The Wrong Trousers.
Bruce, the great white shark was named after what Steven Spielberg called the mechanical shark in Jaws.
The scene where Dory and Marlin need to go through the Jellyfish colony contains 74,472 jellyfish, and upwards of 8,000 in any single shot.
Deb’s alter ego is Flo, a reference to “ebb and flow.”
The three tiki heads in the fish tank are actually modeled after three pixar employees, Peter Sohn, Nelson Bohol and Ricky Nierva.
Dory’s nosebleed in the Bruce scene was the first time blood was shown in a Pixar movie.
The diver’s camera reads “A113,” which is a reference to a room used by the animation department at CalArts - alma mater of a large number of Pixarians.
And of course, like every other Pixar film, the Pizza Planet truck makes a cameo.
There’s some debate as to whether this poster of a large mouse on a fork near the bathroom in the dentist’s office is a reference to Ratatouille, which would come out 4 years later.
There’s a kid in the dentist’s office reading a Mr. Incredible comic book.
Nemo actually appeared in Monster’s Inc as one of Boo’s toys, two years before Finding Nemo was released.
If you look closely at the end of Finding Nemo, you can see Luigi from Cars, which would be released three years later.
The actor who plays Shane Botwin from Weeds is the voice of Nemo.
The movie originally didn’t start out so sad. The death of Nemo’s mother was told through flashbacks, instead. However, the animators changed this because they “wanted the viewers to understand the overprotective nature of Marlin” from the start.
The reason the name on the diver’s goggles is P. Sherman is due to the fact that a large part of the film’s crew was Filipino, and “fisherman” apparently sounds a lot like “P. Sherman” in a Filipino accent.
Pixar has a habit of referencing older Pixar films in their movies. Here’s Buzz Lightyear on the floor of the dentist office.
The fish that says “Oh my gosh! Nemo’s swimming out to sea!” is named Kathy.
If you zoom in close enough at the dentist’s office, you can read the diplomas. Here’s what they say.

20 curiosities about Finding Nemo

  • Finding Nemo is the top selling DVD of all time.
  • James Sullivan’s hair and Nemo’s anemone were animated using the same computer program.
  • The seagulls (“Mine!”) in Finding Nemo are modelled after the evil penguin from the Wallace and Gromit short The Wrong Trousers.
  • Bruce, the great white shark was named after what Steven Spielberg called the mechanical shark in Jaws.
  • The scene where Dory and Marlin need to go through the Jellyfish colony contains 74,472 jellyfish, and upwards of 8,000 in any single shot.
  • Deb’s alter ego is Flo, a reference to “ebb and flow.”
  • The three tiki heads in the fish tank are actually modeled after three pixar employees, Peter Sohn, Nelson Bohol and Ricky Nierva.
  • Dory’s nosebleed in the Bruce scene was the first time blood was shown in a Pixar movie.
  • The diver’s camera reads “A113,” which is a reference to a room used by the animation department at CalArts - alma mater of a large number of Pixarians.
  • And of course, like every other Pixar film, the Pizza Planet truck makes a cameo.
  • There’s some debate as to whether this poster of a large mouse on a fork near the bathroom in the dentist’s office is a reference to Ratatouille, which would come out 4 years later.
  • There’s a kid in the dentist’s office reading a Mr. Incredible comic book.
  • Nemo actually appeared in Monster’s Inc as one of Boo’s toys, two years before Finding Nemo was released.
  • If you look closely at the end of Finding Nemo, you can see Luigi from Cars, which would be released three years later.
  • The actor who plays Shane Botwin from Weeds is the voice of Nemo.
  • The movie originally didn’t start out so sad. The death of Nemo’s mother was told through flashbacks, instead. However, the animators changed this because they “wanted the viewers to understand the overprotective nature of Marlin” from the start.
  • The reason the name on the diver’s goggles is P. Sherman is due to the fact that a large part of the film’s crew was Filipino, and “fisherman” apparently sounds a lot like “P. Sherman” in a Filipino accent.
  • Pixar has a habit of referencing older Pixar films in their movies. Here’s Buzz Lightyear on the floor of the dentist office.
  • The fish that says “Oh my gosh! Nemo’s swimming out to sea!” is named Kathy.
  • If you zoom in close enough at the dentist’s office, you can read the diplomas. Here’s what they say.
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