Unsure of how to confess your love to someone? Try this:
- Acquire several dozen limes.
- Go up to them and then drop all the limes.
- Start picking them up, but keep dropping them. The clumsier you look the better.
- Keep doing this until you have their attention (this could take up to thirty minutes).
- Finally gather up the limes. Try looking a bit sheepish.
- Look them deeply in the eyes and say, “Sorry. I’m bad at Pickup Limes.”
- Marry them.
i hate perfect people
which is why i hate myself
don’t you hate it when you offer help and the other person says yes
Isn’t it weird that in 20 years you are going to be a completely different person then you are right now. A different house, different friends hopefully faster wifi.
First and Last words.
I’m not crying, there’s something in both my eyes.
THE FIRST AND LAST WORDS ARE SAID BY ALBUS
I TAKE BACK ANY CRITICISM OF HIS NAME
I open at the close
It’s been three years since the last harry potter movie and this is still not okay
I cant believe justin bieber poisoned our water supply, burned our crops, and delivered a plague unto our houses
No, but are we gonna wait around until he does!?
♫ it’s going down, i’m yelling Simba ♫
IT’S BEEN 20 YEARS
I AM SO MAD I HAD THIS PICTURE READY FOR WHEN LEO WON AND HE LOST THIS IS SO FRUSTRATING
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Websites for when you want to:
- un-disgruntle yourself
- comfort someone
- be comforted
- go to a quiet place
- press a magic button and fix everything
- get a hug
- see something cute
- hear rain noises
- play cute games
- cut something/someone (blood)
- break something
- open a window
- have a guided relaxation
- listen to nature sounds (or here)
- do nothing for 2 minutes
- play the piano
- make cute ecards
- make cool music (ex.)
- get an idea for what to do
- avoid boredom
- watch a dream
- have a stickman adventure
This is one of the reasons The LEGO Movie hit wayyy closer to home than Frozen to me. Instead of a problem that only tackles some few, selected people, you can’t deny that at least at one point you have looked at yourself and felt worthless because everyone around you outshines you even in the things you’re good at.
That’s one of the reasons this movie made me legitimately cry in the theater, that, and due to the fact that the moral that accompanies this is much more empowering than just “letting it go”.
And let’s talk about that facial expression at the end like I didn’t know a lego could make me cry.
I feel like it was meant for college students
The best thing about the LEGO Movie is that it could appeal to nearly everyone in the audience on a drastically personal level.
LEGOs have been in production since 1949… meaning all of the children in the audience, all of the teenagers, all of the parents of children and parents of teenagers, all of the college-age people, even a good number of grandparents of small or middle-level children can remember the existence of LEGOs in their formative years, and might very well have grown up playing with them.
The creativity in this movie, the way it highlighted the exact way we play with these bricks, the way we create worlds and the way we cooperate with others while doing so, taps into childhood in a way that even Toy Story couldn’t do because there was no aspect of actual, physical creation to those movies. And in that, in that childhood creation, came all of the immediate fulfillment of dreams a child could have.
Once in that moment… this movie chose to hit us where we live and deliver shockingly relevant and emotive messages.
And THEN they broke the LEGO fourth wall.
At once, our “specialness” as creators, as the builder of our own imaginary lives, is called upon, is questioned but also reinforced, and then also our “specialness” as individuals, as PEOPLE is called upon and encouraged and heart-warmingly praised.
No matter what part of the plot arc each audience member found themselves upon entering the theater, what level of self-worth, self-belief, self-actualization came in with them, there was something that tapped them in this, I think.
I’m not one who believes in myself, most of the time, I don’t think there’s anything special about me, personally,and it’s generally impossible to affect this part of me, but I still walked out of the theater inspired, even if just for a moment.