Esplora queste idee e molte altre!

Them feels :(

Them feels :(

but it is easy finding a reason to look forward to tomorrow

but it is easy finding a reason to look forward to tomorrow

Yes.

Yes.

This is what was said in my head when I started The Wind Waker yesterday, (and you HAVE  to read it in Mushu's voice, or it takes away the effect)

This is what was said in my head when I started The Wind Waker yesterday, (and you HAVE to read it in Mushu's voice, or it takes away the effect)

Wind Waker: Part One of Three

Wind Waker: Part One of Three

Boom Zahra-PETS! Cuddle up with the adorable animals of the genie world in Shimmer and Shine in 8 awesome tails. Help Leah find her furever pet friend, meet Kaz’s magical Ziffilon and grab a seat for an epic Pet Talent Show starring Tala, Nahal, Nazboo and more! This kids dvd will provide hours of entertainment for your Shimmer and Shine fan!

Boom Zahra-PETS! Cuddle up with the adorable animals of the genie world in Shimmer and Shine in 8 awesome tails. Help Leah find her furever pet friend, meet Kaz’s magical Ziffilon and grab a seat for an epic Pet Talent Show starring Tala, Nahal, Nazboo and more! This kids dvd will provide hours of entertainment for your Shimmer and Shine fan!

Wind Waker: Part Two of Three

Wind Waker: Part Two of Three

You've Heard of Bigfoot, Now Get Ready for Smallhand | Know Your Meme You’ve Heard of Bigfoot, Now Get Ready for Smallhand is a word play joke about an unknown rival to the cryptid ape creature Bigfoot. After circulating on Tumblr in July 2015, the joke inspired many variations on the microblogging site using the phrasal template “You’ve heard of X, now get ready for Y,” typically contrasting two diametrically opposed terms. Read more at KnowYourMeme.com.

You've Heard of Bigfoot, Now Get Ready for Smallhand

You've Heard of Bigfoot, Now Get Ready for Smallhand | Know Your Meme You’ve Heard of Bigfoot, Now Get Ready for Smallhand is a word play joke about an unknown rival to the cryptid ape creature Bigfoot. After circulating on Tumblr in July 2015, the joke inspired many variations on the microblogging site using the phrasal template “You’ve heard of X, now get ready for Y,” typically contrasting two diametrically opposed terms. Read more at KnowYourMeme.com.

I Just Love The Watercolor On This

I Just Love The Watercolor On This

The Minish Cap via Timecowboy

The Minish Cap via Timecowboy

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