mother fuckin crocodile hunter
look at that how cute is that
remember baby bindi? and robert?
aw gosh he was my whole childhood
This is why I love him. <3 That, and he got me through a month in the hospital at age ten. HONORARY AUSTRALIANS, UNITE!
King Steve, may he rest in peace!
I♥IKAT. Ikat’s have always been a personal favourite of mine ever since I stumbled upon the trend on tumblr. Spring’s just arrived here in Australia so pastels are pretty much the GO-TO colours at the moment. Hearts + Pretty Pastels + Slap on those characteristic black lines on top, et voilà! Find the source of my inspiration as well as bonus pictures of my right hand and its extremely short index nail (*gasp) on my blog! I’ve also had a request for a tutorial on these so that should be up soon as well!
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New Films Seen in 2013 (13/365)
Went in knowing all it’s flaws thanks to the countless reviews commenting on Russell Crowe’s voice and Hoopers bizarre camera angles and blocking choices so instead of focusing on that I’ll say I ended up enjoying it much more then I thought I would. I suppose when you begin thinking the worst it can only go up from there. The first act was the weakest for me. What surprised me was what people said they liked about the film (Hathaway and Jackman) I found issues with. Hathaway was good, I wasn’t blown away though but that could have to do with Hoopers awful blocking decisions. It was distracting. While I also like Jackman I just didn’t think his voice was strong enough for what it needed to do, and some of his notes were terribly off. People I expected to hate the most I actually enjoyed (Bonham Carter, Cohen and Redmayne) but the two who really nailed it for me were Samantha Barks and Aaron Tveit. It’s of no surprise they are the ones with actual training. Other then Hoopers direction the main issue for me was the balance between knowing when to pull back and when to really belt it out. A good director would have known but Hooper obviously did not. With Jackman’s performance especially he’d pull back and break it up in parts that you were waiting for him to really give it all hes got and it really took me out of it at times not to mention made it harder to understand the lyrics. Overall I’m glad I watched it, VERY glad I read all I did and was prepared for all the bad stuff and was able to focus on what good elements there was in the picture rather then solely be confused and seriously let down by Hoopers lack of proper direction. 6/10
In the years 1965 - 1967, Disneyland employed women dressed as mermaids to inhabit the lagoon for the Submarine Voyage ride. If you were lucky, you could glimpse them swimming through the portholes of the submarine as you were submerged underwater.
always reblogging this because I wish omg
Can I quit my job and be a mermaid?