It’s world book day today (in the UK) and my son’s school did a thing where the kids were allowed to go in dressed as characters in books. In reality this turned out to be that in the reception class my son is in (4-5-year olds) most girls showed up dressed in Disney princess dresses and most boys in Marvel/DC superhero outfits. In the school yard I overheard one of the boys make a comment to a girl that she couldn’t be a princess since she had short hair. The bell rang that instant and all the kids ran off so I was just left there steaming with a piece on my mind I couldn’t get out there and then. So here’s Disney Princesses with short hairstyles.
I’ve had this strange warm sensation in my face these last couple of days, I think it’s called the sun. Spring is coming.
I really enjoyed Frozen on the whole but this one plot hole just irked me. Treason? Really? Me and husband just looked at each other with raised eyebrows and even the teenagers in the cinema seats behind went “bullshit, who taught this guy law?” out loud. Hans come on… treason by definition is an act against the reigning monarch (in some countries including the monarch’s spouse and/or children). Who’s the reigning monarch? Yeah, it’s Elsa, you can’t accuse her of treason against herself. You’re also talking to foreign diplomats who have no say in Arendelle’s internal matters, at least try convince the military/local nobles/religious leaders if you’re planning to seize the crown.
It’s like you’ve gone away…
racebent little Anna and Elsa because I felt inspired by a fantastic cosplay.
Mucha-referenced Elsa sketch. I finally saw the film oh my gods it was good, my head is buzzing and I don’t know where to start!! One of the great many things I thought of is how long did it take from Elsa to figure out she could “fly” too by controlling the winds around her similar to Storm from X-men?
iPad sketch of my airport boredom preventation tool… just as I had managed to wean myself off candy crush saga as well..