Why is this all so sentimental? I swear I almost cry every time it’s even mentioned… Why are they so deep?? Couldn’t A.A. Milne spare my weak heart???

Why is this all so sentimental? I swear I almost cry every time it’s even mentioned… Why are they so deep?? Couldn’t A.A. Milne take pity on my weak heart???

  1. “Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart”


  2. “How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard”


  3. “Promise me you’ll always remember that you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think”


  4. “I think we dream so we don’t have to be apart for so long. If we’re in each other’s dreams, we can be together all the time”


  5. “If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you”


  6. “If the person you are talking to doesn’t appear to be listening, be patient. It may simply be that he has a small piece of fluff in his ear”



“I am not Toph, I am Melon Lord! Mwahahah!” – one of Toph’s most iconic lines

“I am not Toph, I am Melon Lord! Mwahahah!” – one of Toph’s most iconic lines

  1. The show is set on another planet – a smaller one than Earth. This explains why on the maps everything is so close together. AND it would also mean that there would be less gravity, explaining the characters ability to do many high jumps and maneuver themselves so well while airborneindex.jpg
  2. This theory states that the show is set after an apocalyptic event occurred – a horrific one. This explains why despite Avatar Wan living 10 000 years before Aang did, civilisation hadn’t changed much. One would only assume that there would have been at least some very major improvements in technology – so this theory explains why this hasn’t seem to happen yet (especially as considering in The Legend of Korra there has been significant technological advancement made)avatar_the_last_airbender___azula_gif_by_imakegifs-d4no7rm.gif
  3. What would have happening if Aang didn’t freeze in that ice for 100 years? Well, this theory suggests that if Aang hadn’t run away and managed to stop the Fire Nation’s plans for global domination, then he would have lived a long life. When he died, the next Avatar would from the Water Tribe. So, this theory concludes that the next Avatar would have been Katara!5456828-7200971688-tumbl.gif
  4. This final theory is a bit mind-blowing… We all remember the well-agreed disaster that was The Last Airbender live action movie. This theory tries to explain why this occurred… It’s because the movie wasn’t an adaption of the show, but rather an adaption of the Ember Island Players play…index0.jpg


This show is just too good for words tbh

This show is just too good for words tbh

  1. When Quinn didn’t conform to societal expectations of a woman’s appearance


  2. When Daria knew EXACTLY how to get herself a man


  3. When Daria valued her education over being popular


  4. When the show made a stance against the media’s portrayal of beauty


  5. Honestly, the science teacher may hate men but she makes some valid points throughout the series about gender stereotypes


  6. When Daria refused to let people dictate her expressions


  7. Quinn had had enough of the shallowness


  8. Jane and Daria got real about what beauty is


  9. When Daria shut down catcallers


  10. Daria voiced her opinions about the media’s ability to negatively influence teenage girls


  11. And finally, when Daria essentially summarised how many women feel when realising they are witnessing sexism first hand



Most of these are Raven’s lines tbh

Most of these are Raven’s lines tbh

  1. Beast Boy: Mr Nice Guy has left the building
    Raven: Is this the part where I’m supposed to be intimidated?


  2. “Come on, Cy, pick up. I know you’re there. The phone’s built into your arm!” – Beast Boy


  3. “Whoa. That was actually more depressing than what I was going to say” – Raven


  4. “Oooh, bad grammar. That ought to scare him” – Raven


  5. “Raven? How did…Where…What just… Why are you wearing PINK?!” – Beast Boy


  6. “What if they find us? What if our friends are doomed? What if I am stuck looking like this forever?!” – Starfire (in Raven’s body)


  7. “We’re having a moment here; don’t ruin it” – Raven


  8. “So… do we get bathroom breaks?” – Raven


  9. “Next time you’re trying to steal something, you might want to pick a target we can’t see from our living room” – Raven


  10. “Evil beware. We have waffles” – Raven


  11. “Robin, could the music be a little louder? I can still hear myself think” – Raven


  12. “Robin, that was vicious, dishonourable and ruthless. Excellent work. You’re becoming more like me every second” – Slade


  13. “Sunrise. Time for bed” – Cyborg


  14. Starfire: Everyone looks so joyous and wonderful!
    Raven: Any chance we can change it back?



Please don’t judge my tastes in fictional males…

Please don’t judge my tastes in fictional males…

I began this blog 37 days ago and as I was still learning to navigate all the options to click on at my disposal in the sidebar, the unimaginable happened… Merlin nominated me in a tag! So obviously, I promptly began to do what any other person would do in a situation where they are equally excited and slightly panicked about not doing well: have an existential crisis.

But don’t worry! I’ve managed to prevail! (And definitely didn’t come to the realisation that this is a fabulous way to procrastinate studying for that chemistry exam I have on Monday…)

The rules of this tag are pretty simple! (Meaning that I will most likely stuff something up in this blog post because it’s my superpower. Actually, I’ve been thinking about using ‘Disaster Girl’ as my alias. Any thoughts about it? My costume is still in the process of being designed though… It ended up being a longer, more gruelling internal battle about whether or not to incorporate Crocs or spandex leggings into the outfit than I initially thought it would be.) The rules are as follow:

  1. Mention the name of the blog you were tagged by, as well as the creators of this game – Realweegiemidget Reviews and Thoughts All Sorts – to all blogs involved and including this picture below –
  2. List five of your greatest hotties from TV and/or film, i.e. crushes/objects of your affection, including musicians or sports stars too
  3. Tell us how you were introduced to them and why you like them/what appeals
  4. Add some appealing pictures
  5. Tag seven bloggers for their Five Flaming Hotties
  6. Post the rules

Challenged accepted! 🙂

Surprisingly, this was actually kind of hard to come up with a list of five of my top hotties. I’ve never thought of anyone, fictional or real, as ‘hot’ before and realised that the closest endearing adjective I use to describe someone is ‘cute.’ So, after holding the preliminary trials (in which I decided just to stick with fictional characters for this tag) and completing the knock-out rounds for my successful contestants, I’ve come up with my list of 5 of my top hotties!  So, without further ado, here they are:

  1. L – Death Note

    Ah… Death Note... My best friend is actually the one who recommended it to me when I started watching anime a couple of years back, and since then I haven’t looked back.
    I’d like to start off by asking: do you know someone who can pull off bed-head, casual clothes and bags under their eyes WELL? That takes talent. And it is a talent I have respect for. L’s simply gorgeous in his own way.
    And obviously, L is very intelligent. He’s also presented at times to be a bit more vulnerable – like when he talked about not having a friend before… But the thing I love most about L is that he has his little quirks that make him all the more loveable and he has also has a quieter, socially-awkward side – making him easier to relate to. I find him to be a character I can emphasise with, and for that he’s on my list.

  1. Howl – Howl’s Moving Castle

    I remember that the first time I watched Howl’s Moving Castle in year 8 and unlike the other 13-year-olds in my class, I wasn’t gushing over him. All the other girls in my class were just interested in his appearance (particularly his eyes) while I was more focused upon actually taking in the entirety of the movie – not daydreaming about a fictional wizard in front of the rest of the class and the teacher. Don’t get me wrong – I loved Howl’s personality and still do – but it’s only been over time that I’ve gained more appreciation for his pleasing aesthetic too. Because really, Howl is a gorgeous man.
    But he’s not only easy of the eyes, he’s also a character whose personality I’m fond of. He loves Sophie for who she is and tries to help her realise that she is special. He wants the girl he loves to love herself and be happy. He’s compassionate, loving and talented. To be honest I don’t even mind about his vanity because it’s something I more often than not end up laughing it – so if you’re ever having a break-down about your looks, I’m probably of no help to you.
    Also, Christian Bale does an incredible job as the voice of Howl in the English dub!

  1. Axel – Kingdom Hearts

    I think it’s the confidence? And that flawless sense of humour. Need a quick one-liner? Axel’s got it. Need just generally a character to appear that can be equally goofy, cool, relatable, skilled and endearing? Axel’s got it covered.
    My first introduction to Axel was Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. It was my ninth birthday and I’d just gotten my first DS! There was a special on where I could choose between a Barbie game or a DC game (I think it was a Batman one?) that came with the DS. But they had sold out of them all… *insert dramatic music* So, the kind sales assistant told me that I could pick out any game I’d like and they’d just subtract the $20 cost of the meant-to-be sold-with-the-DS games from the cost of the game I ended up buying – which was Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. I saw the back of the DS game case had Mickey Mouse on it, so obviously I was instantly interested. And then I read the catchy blurb on the back and became determined that this was the game I was getting.
    When I got home and started playing the game Axel and Roxas were the first characters featured, and they made a great impression. Axel has such a cool look: red hair styled into spikes, a black coat, clear green eyes and two stylish tattoos. And all the while, he was chilling with his friend as he went on about why the sun sets red and eating sea salt ice-cream. I immediately loved his character and playing games from more of the Kingdom Hearts series has only cemented this.

  1. Flynn Rider – Tangled

    is an awesome movie. I love all the characters in it, especially Flynn. He’s good-looking AND the comedy backbone of this film. His wit and humour had me laughing so much the first time I watched the movie and when he sacrificed himself for Rapunzel and I started crying, the five-year-old sitting next to me in the cinema began to give me concerned glances… *can’t continue because they’re beginning to sob too much*

  2. Dick Grayson – DC

    My first DC cartoon series that I was really into was The Batman and although I liked Dick, Barbra was my favourite so he got shadowed under the rug a lot.
    But a few months after The Batman was no longer airing, I then started watching Young Justice. A few episodes in and Dick and Wally were by far already my favourites.
    Dick was smart, funny and a bit quirky. And I loved watching the scenes he fought in! Then Young Justice: Invasion came around and he’d had a bit of a glo up which I definitely appreciated (as you can see above). He had also obviously matured, even though he did make mistakes, but was still the same guy. I was actually pretty disappointed that we barely ever got to see him out on the battlefield… He’s one of my favourite characters from the series to watch fight or train.

Now that we’ve reached the end of my list, here’s my seven nominees for this tag! 🙂

  1. Animejnr
  2. Chizurue
  3. Crimson613
  4. Rossiroad
  5. Chaotic Lass
  6. Regan222
  7. Rodrovich

P.S. I’m sorry if I’ve nominated you and you’ve already participated in this tag! I probably don’t know enough people to ensure that I don’t re-nominate you… I hear friends are something you find outside? Like, in the heat. Where pyjamas are not an acceptable attire. Where there’s sunlight. And dirt. And drop-bears. I mean, have you SEEN those things? Terrifying. Really, truly terrifying.

Thanks for reading everyone! I hope you enjoyed it!!! Have a good day 🙂


We’re all mad here…

We’re all mad here…

  1. Alice in Wonderland (2010)
    Director: Tim Burton
    A Difference from the Original: Burton literally has created an entirely new plot based upon the Carroll’s original characters
  2. Alice in Wonderland (1988)
    Director: Jan Svankmajer
    A Difference from the Original: This one conjures up some slightly terrifying images for its audience. Like the White Rabbit breaking out of a glass case to then walk over the broken glass as he sews himself back together…
  3. Alice in Wonderland (1966)
    Director: Jonathan Miller
    A Difference from the Original: The characters from Wonderland are all in Victorian dress. This is thought to reinforce the idea that all the characters are representations of adults in Alice’s ‘real world’
  4. Disney’s Alice in Wonderland (1951)
    Director: Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske
    A Difference from the Original: This movie keeps Carroll’s plot, but was actually an initial failure (believed to be due to the film’s ‘unfilmable’ nature). It was said that the film was, “a series of disconnected bits of weirdness”
  5. Alice in Wonderland (1985)
    Director: Harry Harris
    A Difference from the Original: This series has the same ‘innocence’ that is infused within a lot of 80s films. It also has some more minor deviations from the original story such as the Queen of Hearts being turned into a sheep at one stage…