badlemonade:

Like I’m 10 years old all over again…

angpent:

Brazilian boys aren’t afraid to show their emotions.

dickarms:

me trying to join in conversation with people

v-for-valkyr:

fefempress:

daddyjared:

who remembers these

OK LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THIS LITTLE BITCH RIGHT HERE OK SO WHEN I WAS SEVEN I WAS ALL UP AND INVESTED, I HAD THE OTHER HOUSES TOO THAT SHE WOULD GO IN AND TALK TO HER STUPID FUCKING FRIENDS RIGHT WELL THEN AFTER A WHILE I STOPPED PLAYING AND A YEAR LATER I PICKED IT BACK UP THE HOUSE WAS QUIET AND COVERED IN FUCKIN COB WEBS, ALL THAT COULD BE HEARD WAS A SLOW CREAKING FROM THE STAIRS THE LIGHTS FLICKERED AND THIS FUCKING BITCH LOOKED LIKE SHE HAD
HELL TO PAY SHE WASN’T MOVING OR SAYING ANYTHING SHE JUST LOOKED AT ME WITH A SCOWL HER CLOTHES WERE TORN AND DUSTY AND SHE JUST LOOKED BEAT THE FUCK UP I WAS SO AFRAID I FUCKING SHUT THAT SHIT OFF AND NEVER PICKED IT BACK UP AGAIN FUCK THIS BITCH

holy shit

bastetdevouringlady:

twofingerswhiskey:

magiccatprincess:

bearfather:

vivzie-pop:

best part of the movie.

I love how none of that ‘woman are hard to animate and have to always look pretty and with the same expression’ applies to Dreamworks girls. Ruffnut is still pretty and expressionate and perfection.

i know the mother of one of the guys who worked on this movie (and the croods) and they literally think that the ‘women are too hard to animate’ thing is bullshit and they say it’s actually kind of fun to animate them because they’re often given more expressive lines

omfg this.

My feelings towards women.

Just look at all of their faces individually