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KrystalAnn ||| 19 Years Alive ||| Future Engineer


When they tell you you are made of stars,
do not let them forget what stars are made of.
Stars are not glitter, not stickers on the ceiling,
not there for decoration.
Stars are chunks of collapsing galaxy. They are
hundred-thousand mile wide nuclear furnaces
that consume their surroundings into death.
They are not friendly; they do not exist
to write poems about. Stars
are not made of metaphors. You
are not made of other people’s words.

When they tell you you are made of stars.
look them in the eye and remind them
that so are they, and so is the earth,
and so is the gum on the bottom of your shoes,
and so is the fist you will hit them with
the next time they try to placate you
with their condescending bullshit –

When they tell you you are different from other girls,
ask them why you should want to be.
Do not let them call you dream girl.
Do not let them trap you up on a pedestal,
surrounded by books that cannot hurt them.
Read things that can hurt them.
Your mind is a forest richer than folklore;
do not let your curiosity be reduced to an accessory.
Your intelligence is not a fashion statement.
Your existence is not a novelty.
You are not a metaphor
for someone else’s problems.

When they tell you you are made of stars,
tell them you have always known this.
Tell them you have fire in your bone marrow,
that you are burning with the deaths
of the entire universe before you.

When they tell you you are made of stars,
tell them you know.
Tell them they should keep their distance.

  When They Tell You You Are Made of Stars - Melissa Victoria (via a-case-for-wonder)


(via bonnieisaliveandwell)

(via bonnieisaliveandwell)


So the same guy who said this


Is the same guy who said with this


You can imagine all the terribly mean and sarcastic things I want to say to this guy

I had to say something

No. This is so stupid. I am an engineering student. I’m often the only girl in my class. You’re pigheaded and so willing to pull the sexist card that you don’t even realize what he’s probably trying to say. Ugh.

(via bonnieisaliveandwell)


1. No, they’re not.

2. No, they weren’t. How do you we know this? Because Rapunzel makes a comment about going to Arendale at the END of Tangled, right after their wedding, almost as if it was their chosen destination for their honeymoon. So that would mean the time between the wedding and the day they get to Arendale would be pretty short, yet there was quite a bit of time passed between when the ship sinks and Rapunzel is seen. Also, if your aunt and uncle just died, would you really be talking about where they’re from in such a chipper, optimistic tone? No, probably not. You’d also probably attend their funeral, and say hi to your cousin when you walked right past her, but that didn’t happen.

3. Hmmm, isn’t it odd how not even the shapes of these boats are similar? image


4. Really? REALLY? Okay, number one: Tarzan’s parents had him while on the boat. Assuming they MAYBE forgot this huge detail, and didn’t mean to say he was born on the island, (clearly not even a true Disney fan who made this theory up, but whatever), hmmm, was Anna’s mom pregnant while going on the boat and maybe she had him there? No. Well, maybe she got pregnant on the boat then right? That would mean she spent roughly 9 months on this ship, basically again justifying that the timeline doesn’t make sense, and therefore none of this does. Tarzan’s parents are also English, while Elsa’s are Scandinavian. But come on, they don’t even look alike. 

tl;dr: This is stupid. It was not created by a Disney fan, and it bothers me people are accepting this as fact.