I read somewhere that sirens/mermaids sang songs that they heard from sailors on passing ships. I imagine this is what a modern siren would sound like singing this song.
Love on the battlefield
Astrid and Hiccup’s relationship is seriously the best romantic relationship I have ever seen in a kid’s movie (possibly in any movie) just because it’s barely there, you barely see it, but you still know it’s there and you still know that these two would do anything for each other (and also, it’s one of the healthiest relationships I’ve seen, because neither of them changed even a little bit in order to make the other happy - they love each other the way they are).
Writers, please take note: romance and relationship drama doesn’t have to take over the damn story to show how much your characters love each other. A few well-chosen lines or actions here and there will do the trick, without annoying those of us who walked into it expecting the action movie it was advertised as being and not a romance.
Checking online to see if the price of the thing I want has changed.
…Yes, it has. It went up.
Sifting through hundreds of unboxing videos to find one where the person actually reviews the product instead of just opening it.
Let’s talk briefly about how gay Hallie was for tie-dye tomboy with the cool hair.
Old folks that have been smoking since before they had pubes who sit there and try to lecture you on how unhealthy energy drinks are.
A CLONE THAT IS A BLOGGER THAT NEVER LEAVES HER ROOM AND HER MONITOR IS AN INTERNET FRIEND OF HERS AND THEY END IN A RELATIONSHIP AND HACKING THE DYAD GROUP AND SHIT GOES DOWN BUT SHE NEVER LEAVES HER ROOM EVER