"I used to be extremely timid and afraid of everything. I watched Brave and I instantly fell in love with Merida. She was everything I wanted to be. I started to pretend being like her, with every situation I thought "What would Merida do?". A year later, I’m a completely different person. I’m brave and daring and I stand up for myself and for others. Pretending to be her is also helping me get over my Social Anxiety. I owe it all to her"
"When I was in Middle School, I had a math elective where we talked about the history of mathematics and every time Archimedes was brought up a boy a few seats away would imitate Arthur is The Sword in the Stone and say "Archimedes, Archimedes! Help!" and I don’t think anyone really got the reference but me and I was too shy to say anything. I wish I hadn’t been, because it would have been nice to have had a Disney friend back then"
“I work at the mall and I love hoping over to the Disney Store to see what things they have in clearance. They often get stuff from Disneyland that doesn’t sell and I love being able to get it for so cheap! FYI it’s the Disney Store in Ontario Mills if anyone else wants to join the fun.”
“The new Disney Blu-ray releases truly disappoint me. There just aren’t as cool as the special/platinum edition DVDs. I wish Disney would just re-release the old DVDs again, or just release them on Blu-ray with all of the same features.”
Confessions are closed, I’m going to bed. I’ll try to reopen them tomorrow sometime.
what are you talking about?? that makes no sense
yeah, well, of the Disney Prince lineup, Shang.:) he’s just so awesome. and I’m utterly in love with Eric. <3
“I really hate it when people portray Ursula as skinny. She states in the movie that she’s actually “withering away” and she exudes so much confidence in her body. Stop trying to make her and everyone’s favorite muse from Hercules (Thalia) fit the Disney stereotype of having a body not capable of fitting human organs.”
I like Anna a lot :) Elsa I think lacks any character depth, and as said by other people, is easy to project personality on to. I am not an Elsa fan, at all. I don’t dislike her but I have issues with her character. I don’t relate to Elsa at all, if I conceal my feelings it’s self-inflicted and not the result of others pressuring me, in general I am a very outspoken person and never had pressure to be a ‘good girl’, etc. I sort of relate her to Mai from Avatar, where she was expected to just behave and do everything she’s told, though not quite the same. If people view Elsa as having anxiety, depression, gay, or whatever they want that’s their own prerogative and everyone can view the character however they want, especially since I think she’s so fluid and vague enough to be adapted to anything. No one’s view is right or wrong. Also, I don’t have sisters so that could be another reason for lack of connection in Frozen.
"I was recently involved in a massive car accident. I’m a nanny, was driving my charges home when a man ran a red light and struck me. We are all fine. My car’s totaled. The firefighters said if the man had hit a inch or two closer, I would’ve been paralyzed or dead. When the collision happened, Let It Go was playing. The kids were talking about it and singing it, along with other Disney songs, to make me feel better. I’ll be always be grateful to Disney for their songs, because I feel better."