Get ready for the Disney movies, people.
So I’m reading the article and then this:
For example, there is the tale of a maiden who escapes a witch by transforming herself into a pond. The witch then lies on her stomach and drinks all the water, swallowing the young girl, who uses a knife to cut her way out of the witch.
German fairytales are so brutal. (I love that)
Plot-twist. Surely it’s the witch doing the transforming? A poor helpless thirsty old lady (who was so thirsty she drank from a freakin’ pond) was savagely diced from the inside by a heathen.
GERMANY, you are so marvelously twisted.
Let’s go #USA! #USAVSCANADA #IceHockey #Lego
Anybody relatively familiar with Kryptonian/Kryptonese?
The above picture is my tattoo on my right wrist of the word “hope” in the 90s Kryptonese. It’s literal - h-o-p-e.
I’m looking to get the same word in the new Kryptonian font from Man Of Steel inked above it and wanted to check I’ve got it right. I put “hope” in as my name on the Man Of Steel site’s glyph creator. I ran it past kryptonian.info and get the phonetic “ha” and “p”. Is this correct? I’ve added the little dip at the end - I think this is the way words are closed off.
Any help is much appreciated :o)
I loved this movie. Walter Mitty is pretty much the ultimate INFP.
Shiny Soho. #scarletsoho @scarletsoho