Happy 75th Birthday Snow White!
When Walt starting working on the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs many people in the film industry called it “Walt’s folly”. They didn’t believe that an animated feature length film could captivate and entertain audiences. However, on this day in 1937 the film premiered at the Carthay Circle Theater and all of those people were proven wrong. Snow White received an Oscar and went on to make over $8 million at the box office (roughly $865.5 million today).
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DEATH PROOF: THE MISSING REEL.
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To the CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch:
You may never read this, actually, you probably will never read this, but here it goes. Your comment recently about targeting the “perfected” reality of teenagers in this world disgusts me. You are a sick individual and you deserve to lose all of your customers, and your title at that. Why, you ask? Because I was that girl in 7th grade who was not liked by the ”popular” girls because I wasn’t into your shitty clothing. I was the girl who had three close friends because we all shopped at Hot Topic and Zumiez because we’d rather hear loud music and talk about skateboards then suffocate from the smells of your nauseating fragrances. I was bullied because I was different, and that was because as I got older I realized your clothing wasn’t made for girls like me. My thighs are big and my waist is a 9 and your pants give me a muffin top, not only that but I am well endowed and your shirts fit me like saran wrap. I always thought the clothing in your stores was just sized differently. I tried to fit into them when the “popular girls” started accepting me because they saw my personality, but I just couldn’t get comfortable. They made me feel fat and ugly and I hated myself for not being able to wear them. Now I look at myself and realize I never needed those girls. I never needed your clothing, and I never needed acceptance. I am in college, wearing Vans, a pair of skinny jeans, and a t-shirt, with a boyfriend who loves the way I look no matter what and a best friend who steals my wardrobe, just as I steal hers because we are proud of the sizes we are. You, Mr. Jeffries, are a disgusting individual and I hope you never get to know the pain of watching a child come home in tears because he was bullied or witness a thirteen year old girl turn to an eating disorder because she feels like she needs to fit societies norms. I hope you lose your company and fade out of this world as the miserable man you are, because you, Mr. Jeffries, were one of those people and still are that force women to hate themselves and their bodies. Every woman is beautiful, no matter if she is a size 10 or a size 3, and no body has the right to tell those innocent girls that they need to be a bag of skin and bones to feel beautiful.
I remember when I thought people in their 20’s were adults. Now all of my friends are in their 20’s and everybody is just kind of fumbling around bumping into each other, trying to figure out where the free food is……
so that’s pretty much what I’m expecting to experience for the next like 10 years.
the accuracy of this post is alarming.
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525,000 moments so dear
Probably the most amazing gif I have ever seen.
This is beyond perfect..
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Looking at my to-do list for the week.
Me during finals week.
Wait, me every week.
Wait, me all the time.
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