This makes me unreasonably angry.
how is this not a tim and eric sketch
pineapple upside dump cake
"who gives a shit, throw it in a pan"
Okunoshima Island (大久野島) was a poison gas factory for World War 2, but after it was abandoned the rabbits left over from the facility took over the island and turned it into Usagi Shima (ウサギ島), or Bunny Island. The rabbits are very friendly, and will come right up to you, begging for tasty treats!
"By love of Mother God! Sirrit! We should go to Bunny Island in Japan!!!" ~Sirena Mares
WOW the amount of rabbit is uncanny!
This is the heaven for you, Dial.
LITERALLY TRIPPING OVER BUNNIES<3
I need to go there<3 X3
my three favorite villians~
I could totally see this as an alternate version of the series.
Alright guys, I’ve been on Tumblr for nearly 3 years now but, really…I might as well leave, because absolutely no other post that’ll be posted on this site will compare to this one. IMO, anyway, but wow…<3
GIVE THE GIFT OF PANTS THIS CHRISTMAS!!1!1!!™
(Crudely shot through my iPhone 4S at an Underground train station in London earlier today. Yeeeeah… )
My Top 45 Kids TV and Movie moments that DID ME NO GOOD
36. IT’S NO USE!
This is another big one. Generally, I’m talking about the sense of complete and utter powerlessness. In the case of Wreck it Ralph above, I’m talking about the fact that Vanellope is hung on the tree; there is nothing she can do but yell.
This hurt as a kid, when you’re rooting for your character, and then suddenly, all sense of control is quickly taken away. This scene from Wreck-It-Ralph got me good, because I hadn’t seen it in kids films for years, and it hit me when I least expected it.
It makes perfect sense in terms of writing, plot/character development and all…. but damn, that hurt.
I’ve noticed several variations of this in different films… so lets quickly run through each, shall we?!?
Firstly is plain and simple powerlessness. Characters find themselves in dangerous or perilous situations where try as they might, they have no control at all.. This is usually accompanied with dialogue, along the lines of… "Seriously, you’ve gotta believe me! I’m not kidding!"
They’re witches! - Thanks Max, you’re right! - HAHAHA MAX, WHAT A LOSER! - No believe me, you’re all gonna DIE and they’re going to EAT YOUR CHILDREN!
Mum, I’ve been sold to slavery in France, please send help. - Aww Bart, I’m sure you’re having a wonderful time.
Oh, kid oppression. How it hurts!
A much clear and recognisable expression of powerlessness though is in imprisonment scenarios.
Hurr yess you have my permission to save the princess, in 200 years, after all love is timeless hurr no whut wait you’ll be old niggaaaa, lululululu
BITCH PLEASE, YOU LOCKED IN THE TOWER. YOU CAN’T DO SHIT NAH.
The one that would creep me out the most though, would be POSSESSION. After all, who would believe you, if you’re somebody else… or maybe, somebody else would be believed, if they were YOU!
I ATE HER SOUL. SHE IS DEAD NOW…. probably.
Dance, dance, dance until you DIEEEEE! (btw kids, you’ll never see your parents again now…)
Minnie it’s me, the love of your life! - OH GOD ITS A MONSTHURR.
These are pretty lame examples… but I swear, at the time, I wouldn’t be able to sleep after seeing these kinds of scenes!
Harry is restrained and cut up, as he’s powerless to stop the killer of his parents, and darkest lord in all existence from being resurrected.
If I were younger, and if I hadn’t read the books before hand, this would have FUCKED ME UP GOOD…
This countdown’s completely worth following at LEAST for all the amazingly amusing gifs. Seriously, mrSimon makes some pretty damn amazing gifs.