"I find it so frustrating when people who live in the USA complain that Disney is too far away or too expensive. Wait till you try being in Australia, and it isn’t even on your continent, and there are no longer any Disney stores. I understand you may not be able to afford it, or go, but, spare me your whinging. Try being a huge Disney fan, with no Disney to go to or buy. It truly sucks"
Your situation is no worse than the situation of someone who lives in the US and can’t afford to go. They can’t get to the parks any more than you can. Just because they are in the same country as the parks doesn’t mean they’re right next door. Don’t belittle someone else’s feelings and say they’re not allowed to be upset because you think your feelings are more relevant.
Perfect response. That asshole can have his/her pity party in private. Geography doesn’t make your whining any more important.
TurboRoo, a chihuahua born without its front legs, was given a 3D printed cart made by San Diego firm 3dyn so he could train to be a service dog for disabled children.
Oh my gosh
Somehow the source got removed: http://cristinakokoro.deviantart.com/
on ur period like
Dex pretending to swim
do atheists say oh my god
yep. we say it any time we hear something that’s unbelievable.
THE CREATOR HAS SPOKEN
Let’s take a moment to appreciate some awesome new lifelike painted resin depictions of aquatic animals by Singapore-based artist Keng Lye (previously featured here). The longer we look at them, the harder it is to believe that these aren’t simply photos of live fish swimming in water. In reality they’re the result of the gradual layering of painstakingly applied acrylic paint on clear resin, part painting and part sculpture. The only things here that aren’t rendered in paint are the repurposed containers.
Head over to Keng Lye’s Facebook page to check out even more of his recent creations.