Disney movies in order of historical setting
(Excludes most of the package films. Some films, eg The Lion King, are impossible to pin down exactly and some, like Aladdin and Treasure Planet, are anachronistic, so these are estimations. A few have been split into 2 if there is more than one time period in the movie, and sequels have been put together.)
I don’t understand why Death gets lumped in with Supernatural villains. He’s the essence of neutrality. He doesn’t side with heaven or hell. His purpose is to get souls where they belong so they don’t become vengeful spirits.
The only time he actively killed people was during the apocalypse and that’s because Lucifer had him bound. The other horsemen enjoyed wreaking havoc but Death had to be forced to do it. Isn’t that a clear indication that he’s not evil
Plus, he likes junkfood.
How could somebody liking junkfood be a villain.
Death loving junk food is my favorite character trait because what do people always say to people who eat nothing but junk food? That stuff will kill you
Jared Padalecki is taller than Dan Howell.
Dan Howell is taller than Phil Lester.
Phil Lester is taller than Jensen Ackles.
Jensen Ackles is taller than Benedict Cumberbatch.
Benedict Cumberbatch is taller than Misha Collins.
Misha Collins is taller than Martin Freeman.
Just putting things in perspective.
this fucked me up
ahh thank you!!
I tried my first smokey eye ever and I was having way too much fun feeling like a dark QUEEN. Ignore my brows they were being a disgrace today.
this wins Halloween
so i go to a private school where tuition costs more than most people make in a year and lemme tell you, rich kids are so unaware that they’re rich it’s hilarious and frightening at the same time
I go to a private school too and a while back I was complaining about how I was never home alone and a guy legitimately said “just buy a hotel room”
Rich kids are scary
Marge is such a great mom
She gets it.
“Some people say what I do isn’t very liberating. I say it’s pretty liberating to get $20,000 for 10 minutes’ work.”
Dita Von Teese