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pvincess:

thedarkchocolatedandy:

sxeman69:

but then again, its kind like putting a meat suit on and telling a shark not to eat you

We (men) are not fucking sharks!
We are not rabid animals living off of pure instinct
We are capable of rational thinking and understanding. 
Just because someone is cooking food doesn’t mean you’re entitled to eat it. 
Just because a banker is counting money doesn’t mean you’re being given free money.
Just because a person is naked doesn’t mean you’re entitled to fuck them. 
You are not entitled to someone else’s body just because it’s exposed. 
What is so fucking difficult about this concept?

^^^

pvincess:

thedarkchocolatedandy:

sxeman69:

but then again, its kind like putting a meat suit on and telling a shark not to eat you

We (men) are not fucking sharks!

We are not rabid animals living off of pure instinct

We are capable of rational thinking and understanding. 

Just because someone is cooking food doesn’t mean you’re entitled to eat it. 

Just because a banker is counting money doesn’t mean you’re being given free money.

Just because a person is naked doesn’t mean you’re entitled to fuck them. 

You are not entitled to someone else’s body just because it’s exposed. 

What is so fucking difficult about this concept?

^^^

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nooby-banana:

sattelite-stardust:

thesanityclause:

nooby-banana:

countsassmaster:

toughtink:

nooby-banana:

i KNOW i’m just beating a long-dead horse by doing this but for god’s sake disney
fyi only superficial things were changed in the edit (hair, eyelash length, freckles, skin tone) the actual model wasn’t changed at all

to be clear: she photoshopped anna’s hair onto hiro’s mom face. a lot of people in reblogs seem to think that the one on the right is literally anna and trying to find miniscule, non-existant differences… which sort of proves the point? that a picture of a different character can be mistaken for anna so easily with just a hairstyle change and that people will still defend the design choice to the death rather than admit the similarities… sheeesh.

How about this. You go to Pixar studio, and you tell them to change it. or get a job there and do it yourself, OH WAIT
YOU CAN’T! Cause you’re just someone bitching on the internet, and businesses don’t care about people bitching on the internet.
such a sad shame, isn’t it? Reality really.
Also, no, she STILL doesn’t look like Anna, even with Anna’s hair, she doesn’t look like anna, she just looks like that other chick with Anna’s hair.
the fact that you have no creative eye to tell a difference in characters, even by minuscule teeny details, is ridiculous.
they’re still two different charterers
and by sitting there and comparing them all day, of course they’re going to look similar to you.
Quit bitching will you PLEASE.
Stop looking for every little thing to complain about, because Disney? Disney don’t give a fuck, and no matter how hard you try, they will NEVER give a fuck.

Okay.
Okay I’m gonna pull this card because you’re just rude enough for it. I was an animation intern at Pixar in 2011 and just last year I was offered a job there that I only turned down because right now I prefer a permanent position as opposed to a 3-6 month contract. So no, you don’t get to use the “get a job and do it yourself” bullcrap on me.
Of course the edit doesn’t look exactly like Anna. But honestly, trying to tell me that the edit looks NOTHING like her is absurd. The proportions and facial features are very, very similar. If I were to overlay Anna’s face with Hiro’s mom there would be small differences, like maybe one nose is straighter than the other.  When discussing character design similarities like this are terrible. There are infinite possibilities and Disney keeps using the same general face recently.
And I don’t complain just because it’s Disney. If another studio did this I would be on their ass about it too. I love animation and I love seeing studios push beyond what’s been done before. On top of that, I don’t complain because I hate the company, I complain because I know they can do SO MUCH BETTER.

Sit the fuck down, son. You just got told by a real quality professional and all of the other professionals are just shaking their heads at you.

I don’t understand why people constantly complain about this. This isn’t “anti-Feminist”. This is Walt Disney’s drawing style with conventionally beautiful women translated in to a 3D medium. If you haven’t noticed, the 2D Disney princesses basically have the same face, with minor edits on them to reflect whatever nationality they are. The 2D Disney princes have the same thing going on with them. 
This can be partly due to the “golden ratio of beauty” where a person’s face follows a set of measurements to be symmetrical & conventionally attractive. A lot of people who follow this don’t look outrageously different from each other.
Disney characters tend to fall out of this when they’re villainous characters or comedy-centric characters.
The reason the Walt Disney company doesn’t really move from this is because that it was their founder’s drawing style when it came to women. They’re preserving it even after almost 100 years like they should.
If you have such a big problem with it: don’t watch the movie. It’s that plain and simple. Don’t dedicate so much of your time to a film you already decided to dislike because of their art style.

oh look what’s being reblogged with gross opinions and completely wrong information again.

the only thing i will address from this is that their “founder’s drawing style” DOES NOT EXIST. Walt Disney didn’t design characters. He was the businessman. Let me introduce you to Ub Iwerks.  Not to mention, “they’re preserving it even after almost 100 years”?  Haha I didn’t realize that Frozen was in the same style as Steamboat Willie. Actually I’d love to see Frozen characters in that noodly style. Thank you for the idea.
Disney doesn’t have a consistent, never changing style and pretending that they do is both ignorant and frankly insulting to anyone who knows anything about animation.

One of the best parts of this is that way back at the beginning, before the ‘critics’ realized that it was photoshopped, there were at least half a dozen people who made a huge effort to point out all the ‘differences’ between the two.
As soon as they realized that this was just one woman’s hair on the other’s face, then then proceded to cry about how evil nooby-banana was for doing this and how it was such a bad photoshop job.
They then realized that these complaints made them look like the idiots they were and are, and most of those posts were deleted so they could go back to the same old ‘if you don’t like it don’t watch the movie’ song and dance.

nooby-banana:

sattelite-stardust:

thesanityclause:

nooby-banana:

countsassmaster:

toughtink:

nooby-banana:

i KNOW i’m just beating a long-dead horse by doing this but for god’s sake disney

fyi only superficial things were changed in the edit (hair, eyelash length, freckles, skin tone) the actual model wasn’t changed at all

to be clear: she photoshopped anna’s hair onto hiro’s mom face. a lot of people in reblogs seem to think that the one on the right is literally anna and trying to find miniscule, non-existant differences… which sort of proves the point? that a picture of a different character can be mistaken for anna so easily with just a hairstyle change and that people will still defend the design choice to the death rather than admit the similarities… sheeesh.

How about this. You go to Pixar studio, and you tell them to change it. or get a job there and do it yourself, OH WAIT

YOU CAN’T! Cause you’re just someone bitching on the internet, and businesses don’t care about people bitching on the internet.

such a sad shame, isn’t it? Reality really.

Also, no, she STILL doesn’t look like Anna, even with Anna’s hair, she doesn’t look like anna, she just looks like that other chick with Anna’s hair.

the fact that you have no creative eye to tell a difference in characters, even by minuscule teeny details, is ridiculous.

they’re still two different charterers

and by sitting there and comparing them all day, of course they’re going to look similar to you.

Quit bitching will you PLEASE.

Stop looking for every little thing to complain about, because Disney? Disney don’t give a fuck, and no matter how hard you try, they will NEVER give a fuck.

Okay.

Okay I’m gonna pull this card because you’re just rude enough for it. I was an animation intern at Pixar in 2011 and just last year I was offered a job there that I only turned down because right now I prefer a permanent position as opposed to a 3-6 month contract. So no, you don’t get to use the “get a job and do it yourself” bullcrap on me.

Of course the edit doesn’t look exactly like Anna. But honestly, trying to tell me that the edit looks NOTHING like her is absurd. The proportions and facial features are very, very similar. If I were to overlay Anna’s face with Hiro’s mom there would be small differences, like maybe one nose is straighter than the other.  When discussing character design similarities like this are terrible. There are infinite possibilities and Disney keeps using the same general face recently.

And I don’t complain just because it’s Disney. If another studio did this I would be on their ass about it too. I love animation and I love seeing studios push beyond what’s been done before. On top of that, I don’t complain because I hate the company, I complain because I know they can do SO MUCH BETTER.

Sit the fuck down, son. You just got told by a real quality professional and all of the other professionals are just shaking their heads at you.

I don’t understand why people constantly complain about this. This isn’t “anti-Feminist”. This is Walt Disney’s drawing style with conventionally beautiful women translated in to a 3D medium. If you haven’t noticed, the 2D Disney princesses basically have the same face, with minor edits on them to reflect whatever nationality they are. The 2D Disney princes have the same thing going on with them. 

This can be partly due to the “golden ratio of beauty” where a person’s face follows a set of measurements to be symmetrical & conventionally attractive. A lot of people who follow this don’t look outrageously different from each other.

Disney characters tend to fall out of this when they’re villainous characters or comedy-centric characters.

The reason the Walt Disney company doesn’t really move from this is because that it was their founder’s drawing style when it came to women. They’re preserving it even after almost 100 years like they should.

If you have such a big problem with it: don’t watch the movie. It’s that plain and simple. Don’t dedicate so much of your time to a film you already decided to dislike because of their art style.

oh look what’s being reblogged with gross opinions and completely wrong information again.

the only thing i will address from this is that their “founder’s drawing style” DOES NOT EXIST. Walt Disney didn’t design characters. He was the businessman. Let me introduce you to Ub Iwerks.  Not to mention, “they’re preserving it even after almost 100 years”?  Haha I didn’t realize that Frozen was in the same style as Steamboat Willie. Actually I’d love to see Frozen characters in that noodly style. Thank you for the idea.

Disney doesn’t have a consistent, never changing style and pretending that they do is both ignorant and frankly insulting to anyone who knows anything about animation.

One of the best parts of this is that way back at the beginning, before the ‘critics’ realized that it was photoshopped, there were at least half a dozen people who made a huge effort to point out all the ‘differences’ between the two.

As soon as they realized that this was just one woman’s hair on the other’s face, then then proceded to cry about how evil nooby-banana was for doing this and how it was such a bad photoshop job.

They then realized that these complaints made them look like the idiots they were and are, and most of those posts were deleted so they could go back to the same old ‘if you don’t like it don’t watch the movie’ song and dance.

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sixpenceee:

THE BOY WHO LOVED TO READ
Unknown author
Once, there was a boy who loved to read. He read everything he could get his hands on, and loved going to his favorite book store. One day, the boy realized he had read everything the store had to offer. He confronted the owner, and asked him if he had anything the boy had never checked out. The owner said why, yes, I do, and pulled out a book called “Death”. He gladly sold it to the boy at a discounted price of 50$.
However, he warned the boy, never to read the front page. Well, the boy returned to his house and read the book, and he was content. However, he always wondered, what could be on that front page, it was always in the back of his mind. One day, the temptation was too much for the boy, and he flipped to the very front of the book, and dropped the book in HORROR.
There, in bold print, was MSRP 7.99$

sixpenceee:

THE BOY WHO LOVED TO READ

Unknown author

Once, there was a boy who loved to read. He read everything he could get his hands on, and loved going to his favorite book store. One day, the boy realized he had read everything the store had to offer. He confronted the owner, and asked him if he had anything the boy had never checked out. The owner said why, yes, I do, and pulled out a book called “Death”. He gladly sold it to the boy at a discounted price of 50$.

However, he warned the boy, never to read the front page. Well, the boy returned to his house and read the book, and he was content. However, he always wondered, what could be on that front page, it was always in the back of his mind. One day, the temptation was too much for the boy, and he flipped to the very front of the book, and dropped the book in HORROR.

There, in bold print, was MSRP 7.99$