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love-me-eridan:

welcome-to-fandomonium:

actual-cannibal-emily:

fangsgiving:

i will never ever understand how that is a real bag i cant wrap my head around it

did i just get high

I feel like I just walked into Blue’s Clues. 

how???

I HAVE THIS BAG BAHAHA and I get stared at constantly


ON GUEST ENTITLEMENT, ON SEEING THE WORLD THROUGH INSTAGRAM, AND UNDERSTAND WHY YOU CAN’T TAKE FLASH PICTURES

fyeahjonathanlewis:

General “THESE ARE JUST MY VIEWS AND DON’T REFLECT THE VIEWS OF ANYONE BUT ME” thing.

I feel like people knew better and had a much less entitled nature when I was a kid and went to Disney World.

We did not argue about why we could not take flash pictures. We didn’t climb over things to get to places that we weren’t suppose to be because we knew we shouldn’t be there for a reason. We didn’t demand things when rides broke down because we understood that stuff happens. We didn’t think we knew more than the Cast Members directing us.

We understood that as GUESTS we had a certain obligation to treat the place like we would someone else’s home: with respect.

Now there is this idea where Guest think they are entitled to any and everything. They don’t understand why they can’t use their Fastpasses an hour late. There are tenfold more wheelchairs and SUVs because people think it will get them special treatment. People complain about everything from waiting in line to asking them to follow simple rules.

Maybe I was just a bit more idealistic when I was younger and maybe I’m too close to the situation now but it seems like there is a great deal more entitlement in culture now. Or maybe I’m just frustrated with the amount of times I say, “NO FLASH PICTURES” during a shift at Pirates of the Carribbean.

I think it has to do with the NOW aspect of the world today. If you want a album but you don’t have money for it, it’s easy to get it NOW illegally and download it. We have most every tv show/movie we could ever dream of that we can watch NOW from any device. We have cell phones that can give us any bit of information that has ever been discovered NOW so we don’t have to really research for answers. And I’m not saying advancements in technology aren’t amazing and that I don’t love them but they have created a sort of complex in people. So when people come to Disney World they somehow expect to have everything they want NOW. They don’t want to wait in line, they want to get on NOW. They want to go on a ride that has broken down NOW and refuse to understand that it is experiencing a downtime. They want everything NOW, NOW, NOW. I understood as a kid that going to Disney meant waiting in lines for the things I wanted to do. I understood that sometimes we out of everyone’s control. Hell, there weren’t even Fastpasses for most of my early trips because if you wanted to ride something bad enough YOU WAITED FOR IT.

On another note:
A guest got off my Jungle Cruise and told me that I was their favorite Skipper and I was really shocked because she was looking at her phone the entire time. It really got me thinking.

There is also this whole idea that everything has to be shown and documented to everyone else in order for it to be a valid experience. And I’ve fallen victim to this. We can’t enjoy things anyone because we have to show others how much we are enjoying it. We have to Instagram ourselves everywhere. We have to tweet about all the amazing things we’re doing. We have to make sure everyone on Facebook knows the awesome things that we’re doing and they’re not. It’s a form of mass social narcissism. We can’t fully emerge ourselves in enjoying something because we have to make sure the whole world knows how much we’re enjoying it. We cannot fully see experiences because we are looking at them through an Instagram filter. We miss half of the greatness of things because we are looking at a screen typing about how great they are. Maybe things like PUSH, the World Showcase entertainment, and other details are being taken away or neglected because Disney knows people aren’t even seeing them anyone because they’re too busy picking an Instagram filter for the selfie they just took of themselves.

I wish I could tell guest to put away their phones and take time to really see the park without telling everyone they know about how they are seeing the park. I wish I could tell them to enjoy the time waiting in line by using it to play games with or just have a discussion with your friends and family. I wish they could understand that we don’t enforce the rules to victimize them or to make their day harder but because the rules are in place for a reason. Because that seemed to be the Disney World I experienced as a child. And I liked it a lot better.


Under appreciated Disney films
requested by anotherdisneywhitegirl


tastefullyoffensive:

Before and After Pictures of Animals Growing Up [via]

Previously: Animals Using Other Animals as Pillows



trashy-prince:

2srooky:

shanellbklyn:

x-cunt-hunter-x:

kxngvxgitx:

cold-fury:

One of the best moments of my childhood.

BITCH

ZERO HAD ZERO FUCKS

I can’t even tell you how excited I was that they turned this book into a movie and it was good

I literally have absolutely no complaints with the movie at all. Once, my friend and I did comparisons from the book and the movie, and we found the only major difference was the fact that Stanley wasn’t heavy set when he arrived at the camp in the movie. The majority of the script is raw quotations from the book.
This is my favorite book to movie adaptation and it did everything Percy Jackson, Inkheart, and The Golden Compass didn’t.

yesss this was such a good book and film




davidthestrange:

dedenjoe:

goodnightsugah:

dessalicious:

To do list.

excuse me

YES

YES.


burning-young:

girls on their periods

I will never not reblog this.


blueeyeboyforever:

asiancub86:

[On how she got her role on ‘Hugo’] “Basically, I got a call from my agency and they were like “Look, Martin Scorsese is making a movie,” […] they said “We’re only casting local brits because we want the real accent, we want the whole thing,” and I was like “Okay, well. You know, I’ll do a tape and I’ll audition for it.” So I wore a little wig, and I did everything in a british accent, and he loved it. So he flew me and Asa Butterfield— the kid who played Hugo— to New York to do an audition for him, in front of him. So I flew out there, keeping up the act that I was british […] And then as I was leaving — luckily, he was amused  I said in my regular voice, “Bye Marty!” and he was like, “Wait. What? Where’d your accent go?” And I was like…” 

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Omg


finnthehumanbi:

Maybe Pixar refuses to make a sequel because they know they’ll ever top this


findthegreatperhaps:

thebaconsandwichofregret:

i want to force like 75% of male nerddom to watch this conversation

TTTHHHIIIIIISSSS