I’ve always believed in believing. I went to a school that was very un-magical and ever since 1st grade, people bullied you if believed in magic because everybody tried so hard to be adults, so I lied and said I didn’t believe in anything. I can’t say that I directly believed in fairies, but I believed in the idea of them and what they represented and the magic they brought to my everyday life; it made it worth living, and I still feel like that today.
When I watched Rise of the Guardians, I was brought to tears because each and every character represented something, a feeling, a moral, ethics, a standard, a history and more, and that was exactly how I believed in these mythological beings.
Photoshop is either a blessing or a curse and I have lost the ability to tell the difference.
…i’m hungry ok
shut up! this is too good!
I like how the nightmare is all concerned with Pitch’s reaction and tilts its head in curiosity that’s adorable
Someone once made a comment that the Nightmare could actually smell his fear and was approaching him to get a better smell of it, and Pitch growled because he realized she could smell it and wanted to scare it off of him.
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Nightmares driven by instinct is my most favourite thing ever aaaaa unpredictable beasts of terror [foams at mouth]
//That’s how I took it too, like the Nightmares are pack animals and Pitch has to assert that he’s the alpha constantly or they’ll …well. Drag him into his lair and devour him. Oh wait that was the end of the film. Right.
son of a bitch we just got neville longbottomed by a goddamn cartoon