"Twinkle Twinkle Little Star," "the Alphabet Song" and "Baa Baa Black Sheep" are all sung to the melody of "Ah! Vous dirai-je, Maman," a French 1761 song most famously arranged by Mozart.
the most amazing part of this isn’t the mozart part it’s that i just realized that twinkle twinkle and baabaa black sheep have the same melody
look if you unironically say ‘money can’t buy happiness’ then either you’ve never faced a real financial struggle or you’ve achieved enlightenment, because goddamn does financial security feel an awful lot like happiness when it’s something you’re not used to
pretty girls with a messy bun and baggy shirts look hot as fuck but when I do it it’s like I’ve been doing drugs for 5 days straight
Me and my friend painted two portal murals at school.
the concept of the purge is actually really neat but its just the fact that everyone goes for murder as their ‘crime to commit’ like??? why??? i think theyre missing out on the fact that you could steal so many pizzas and not get in trouble
or diamonds, or like break into a mall and shop til u drop, get a new wardrobe, get that Maserati you always wanted, rob a bank and take billions so ur set for life…Murder??? SERIOUSLY???
Derek really hates lacrosse sticks.
Disney Name Meme | A u d r e y
first letter → a favorite character: Aladdin
I love this movie but how does no one notice that Aladdin doesn’t actually seem to have anything more to him? Like, what is the more that is there? The fact that he’s not hungry for money and power?
Aladdin went hungry so that children could have at least something to eat. He saved them from being trampled. He was the diamond in the ruff that could enter the Cave of Wonders. He was surrounded by gold and jewels, things that could make his starvation and poverty go away in an instant, and he didn’t even consider taking anything but the lamp. Aladdin was willing to give up the girl of his dreams and a cushy life as a prince just to keep his promise to Genie and set him free.
It’s not that he wasn’t hungry for money and power, but that he valued his morals and friendship more than he valued a better life for himself.
I’d say he’s a lot more than just a street rat.