If I follow you, yes, I care about your garden, what your cat did today, the jewelry you made, that one friend who said the thing, i like your sense of humor, and also your selfies.
that in the Chinese version of Disney’s Mulan, the fake name she gives is “Ping”, but her family name “Fa” in English is “Hua” in Chinese, therefore her full name is “Hua Ping”, which is literally “Flower Vase”, and that’s why Shang is so bewildered because it’s a silly name.
but OP how could you not tell them the best part
“hua ping”/flower vase is chinese slang for “camp gay”
There are kind Slytherins.
There are brave Hufflepuffs.
There are some stupid Ravenclaws.
There are twisted Gryffindors.
Your House doesn’t define you.
And please, the next time you’re about to tease someone for being a lowly Hufflepuff, or a slimy Slytherin, or a stuck up Ravenclaw or even a foolish Gryffindor, just remember that we are all Hogwarts students. We’re all part of the magic.
Oh, right. The marathon. The marathon for Disneyland, the marathon chosen especially to run around Disneyland, Disneyland’s marathon. That marathon? - Imgur
in or outside a job
GQ is like that one super attractive straight guy friend you have who lets you sit on his lap when you’re at happy hour.
The thing with the Genie is that we get to see Regina genuinely… struggling with allowing him to take the fall, until the moment when he makes his terribly worded wish.
And then what we get is that beautiful, beautiful triumphant smile.
She can feel guilt about the Genie’s fate until the moment when he reveals his true colors and attempts to make her an object, just like every other person she’s going to war with. And for the first (and only?) time, the universe is on her side about it. He wants to look upon her face forever? Then he shall.
He violates her primary principle: a person is a person. And in doing so, he loses his own personhood—not through any action of hers, but in one of the few moments of actual justice in Regina’s life.