The real world.
That one episode that addressed racism on disney channel
We need more of this on Disney Channel.
Tom Hiddleston blowing you a kiss
He’s just mad because he can’t acquire all the apple juice that I’m acquiring. (x)
I literally just watched it go from 1:59 to 3 am. An entire hour gone in one second
When the actress hit the stage to present the Best Actor award, she went off script, looking into the crowd, saying, “Why are you laughing? What, is this funny? I’m still watching you!”
It turns out, the actress was talking to fellow Oscar winner Jared Leto, who was in the audience laughing with his family.
“She said, ‘What are you laughing at?’ But what she didn’t know was that Ellen was on the side…making, pantomiming [motions like], ‘Don’t fall, don’t fall,’ and my mom and my brother are all cracking up,” he explained.
“I guess we don’t have any manners,” he joked. “You can take them out of Louisiana but you can’t take Louisiana out of them, right?”
vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. a person may be proud without being vain. pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.
You know what hurts a lot?
Lets just assume that this is Rue’s father:
Because he jump-started the uprising, I think we can guess that he was killed on the spot.
In Catching Fire, during the District 11 scene, you see Rue’s family. and guess who’s not there?