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REAL LIVE CRYSTALS ARE WAITING TO TALK TO YOU NOW.

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my english teacher accused me of plagiarizing an essay i wrote about my own life

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Fucking real beauty #teamreal

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I always related to bubbles the most.

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scumi:

most favorite quote of all time.

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pupuceplus:

There are many things I love about How to train your dragons movies. But what I love most  is in the first movie despite being an animation movie for kids  told that war and bravery have consequences : Hiccup lost a leg. 
Now the second movie is going to portray a young disable hero! it’s rare and it is portraying in a postive way. 
I also love how the female characters in httyd movies are strong; badass but they can be sweet , loving and feminines too. It’s not one way or another , they are both.  it’s rare too.

And better than that, viking women are raised exactly like the men, you can notice it by how Astrid and Ruff can be stupid and violent like the boys. The only thing that separates boys and girls in HTTYD are their genderparts and only. Everyone battles, too.

Yes! And can we talk about lovely Valka here for a second? Before the second trailer came out, some people were talking about how she must be very flat-chested because her costume doesn’t show anything there, but of course if you’ve seen the stills of her without her armor on, you’ll know that she definitely does have breasts.
That of course means that Dreamworks has actually designed armor for a woman that is actual armor.As in, it is designed to protect, not just show off boobs in a case of leather or metal. 
THANK YOU DREAMWORKS

Not to mention, the women’s faces in HTTYD are all different, and represent all forms of beauty. From Astrid’s heart shaped chin, to Valka’s longer features.

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elfpen:

coalasinmybed:

pupuceplus:

There are many things I love about How to train your dragons movies. But what I love most  is in the first movie despite being an animation movie for kids  told that war and bravery have consequences : Hiccup lost a leg. 

Now the second movie is going to portray a young disable hero! it’s rare and it is portraying in a postive way. 

I also love how the female characters in httyd movies are strong; badass but they can be sweet , loving and feminines too. It’s not one way or another , they are both.  it’s rare too.

And better than that, viking women are raised exactly like the men, you can notice it by how Astrid and Ruff can be stupid and violent like the boys. The only thing that separates boys and girls in HTTYD are their genderparts and only. Everyone battles, too.

Yes! And can we talk about lovely Valka here for a second? Before the second trailer came out, some people were talking about how she must be very flat-chested because her costume doesn’t show anything there, but of course if you’ve seen the stills of her without her armor on, you’ll know that she definitely does have breasts.

That of course means that Dreamworks has actually designed armor for a woman that is actual armor.As in, it is designed to protect, not just show off boobs in a case of leather or metal. 

THANK YOU DREAMWORKS

Not to mention, the women’s faces in HTTYD are all different, and represent all forms of beauty. From Astrid’s heart shaped chin, to Valka’s longer features.

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clumsyglottologist:

*frantically slams button*

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that’s like 93,889 too many

what is wrong with you people

I WAS LOOKING FOR THIS POST THANKS.

imagine crime:

"GET DOWN HE’S GOT A ROOTY-TOOTY-POINT-N-SHOOTY"

I see absolutely no downside to this.

This would solve the gif/jif debate once and for all.

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