this would’ve been great.
LET IT BURN, LET IT BURN
Fire Nation Queen Elsa
the coals never bothered me anyway
you realize if this went along the same way as the movie did she would basically have burned Anna alive
AND THEN ANNA WOULD RISE FROM THE ASHES LIKE A MOTHERFUCKING PHOENIX
would Kristoff be a collier rather than an ice harvester?And Olaf would have been a fire demon thingy like Calcifer from Howl’s Moving Castle.
Regardless, Hans would still have been a dick.
Hans is just a dick by default. Maybe that’s his last name. Hans Dick.
If you think about it Ursula was actually really nice because she only promised Ariel legs, and she gave her really nice legs that matched her body type and skin color when she could have just as easily given her goat legs
i’m actually really glad i saw this, wow
That last one is priceless
Did you know these are the same dancers from the Chimney scene in Mary Poppins!?!
Still defining epic, after all these years.
this makes me so happy every time i see this
Let’s show up uninvited to a public place! #anarchy
There are three things that the Harry Potter fandom seems to universally agree upon:
1. Umbridge is awful
2. Maggie Smith is a perfect Professor McGonagall
3. Everyone should be at least slightly bothered by DID YOU PUT YOUR NAME IN THE GOBLET OF FIRE?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!
THE ULTIMATE TEEN MOVIE MASTERPOST (80s - present)
fast times at ridgemont high
last american virgin
revenge of the nerds
the breakfast club
ferris bueller’s day off
pretty in pink
stand by me
stand and deliever
bill and ted’s excellent adventure
bring it on
the virgin suicides
not another teen movie
american pie 2
save the last dance
a walk to remember
what a girl wants
the girl next door
13 going on 30
a cinderella story
friday night lights
confessions of a teenage drama queen
john tucker must die
she’s the man
another cinderella story
nick and norah’s infinite playlist
i love you, beth cooper
WOMEN IN HISTORY: Hattie Elizabeth Alexander (1901–1968)
Hattie Alexander developed the first effective remedies for Haemophilus influenzae, reducing the mortality rate from nearly 100 percent to less than 25 percent. Alexander was also among the first scientists to identify and study antibiotic resistance, which she correctly concluded was caused by random genetic mutations in DNA. In 1964, she became the first woman elected president of the American Pediatric Society.