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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - anon id: 46bb32f6
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better?
#44 to #2 - deantroell
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And boom got a more real version.
User avatar #75 to #44 - dorfdorfdorf
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yeah that bitch can kiss my ass, she's blonde and that's the ONLY way she looks like Elsa
User avatar #60 to #44 - pulluspardus
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Same makeup nothing else.
User avatar #45 to #2 - eldinarcus
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Not trying to be a corny faggot, but she does look better without the make up. I think when you over do make up, you look super ******* weird and ugly like Asa Akira.
#92 to #45 - anon id: 2b874a50
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your not corny just a white-knight-complexed fa­ggot
User avatar #112 to #92 - eldinarcus
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Lmao, I'm sorry crazy purple **** spreading across your face doesn't look nice. I still like make up but not a bunch of colorful **** around the eyes.
#5 to #2 - promor
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nice
#27 to #2 - newerhinji
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Thank you based anon!
Thank you based anon!
User avatar #29 to #2 - ratytang
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No! it doesn't matter anyway.
User avatar #36 to #2 - megaton
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yes it looks like an accurate representation of the girl in the picture of the content without makeup. you have done good
User avatar #37 to #36 - megaton
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though for some reason i keep seeing her without the braid in my head and she looks like a guy with a slicked back haircut.
User avatar #68 to #2 - drastronomy
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Would still ****
#23 to #2 - puut
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Anon, you never cease to amaze me.
Anon, you never cease to amaze me.
#25 to #23 - plumpbooty
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Comment Picture
User avatar #11 to #2 - lordfroz
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she looks hotter without make up...

like almost eveyr girl out there...
#13 to #11 - alienshrimp
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m'lady.jpg
User avatar #39 to #13 - psykobear
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While I disagree about the almost every girl part, Elsa does look better without it.
User avatar #14 to #13 - lordfroz
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....?
-.-'
User avatar #22 to #14 - soupkittenagain
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He's calling you a fedora wearing neckbeard for saying that she looks better without makeup and saying most girls look better without makeup.
User avatar #28 to #22 - lordfroz
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******* retarded people
#30 to #28 - waffies
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Im actually on your side... Internet mob mentality has taken a very interesting twist...   
   
i think what people are forgetting is that makeup or not, the people dont look much better or worse most of the time, it mostly seems to depend on if they're actually good looking to begin with....   
   
And of course if you're counting animated characters or supermodels with hollywood level makeup artists, you might as well just drop the argument because the entire point is that they're stylistically designed by "professionals" to look better.
Im actually on your side... Internet mob mentality has taken a very interesting twist...

i think what people are forgetting is that makeup or not, the people dont look much better or worse most of the time, it mostly seems to depend on if they're actually good looking to begin with....

And of course if you're counting animated characters or supermodels with hollywood level makeup artists, you might as well just drop the argument because the entire point is that they're stylistically designed by "professionals" to look better.
#77 to #30 - msypsylon
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Nah, makeup can do wonders.
User avatar #62 to #30 - hecatonchires
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Even for normal girls make up can turn a 6 to a 7 or 8 on 10. It can also go the other way, anyway more woman than you realize wear make up.
#26 to #14 - anon id: 1723e869
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A very small amount of women look good without makeup. But most look much worse, 0/10 tip harder, for the friendzone beckons.
#71 to #11 - anon id: 67121d87
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found the fedorafag
User avatar #65 to #11 - unicornmangina
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we wear make up to make us feel more confidnt...atleast I do anyway
User avatar #66 to #65 - unicornmangina
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*confdent
User avatar #35 to #11 - littleoctavia
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*tipping intensifies*
#21 to #11 - anon id: 08c2f97c
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what you think is 'no makeup' is still makeup
#7 - walalalabangbang
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**walalalabangbang rolled image**
What I look like without make up.
#24 to #7 - anon id: 9c680874
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Don't mind if I do.
#69 - cannibalvegan
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Am I the only who can't see why this movie was so great? To me it feels like a mediocre princess movie and not a "for all ages" kind of animated movie like Shrek, The Lion King or Aladdin, my impression of the film was that it was purely made for little girls.   
   
Overall I'd give it a 5/10, it's not bad, but it's not any good either IMO.  Animation was good, though.
Am I the only who can't see why this movie was so great? To me it feels like a mediocre princess movie and not a "for all ages" kind of animated movie like Shrek, The Lion King or Aladdin, my impression of the film was that it was purely made for little girls.

Overall I'd give it a 5/10, it's not bad, but it's not any good either IMO. Animation was good, though.
#70 to #69 - karrotj
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honestly i wouldnt consider shrek a good for all ages movie, while it isnt actually adult oriented little children would have no idea whats going on and there are some adultish themes they shouldnt be seeing.
#81 to #70 - cannibalvegan
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I saw it when I was like 10 and I ******* loved it even though I didn't understand a lot of the pop culture references, that's just a bonus for the adults watching the film.   
   
I can't remember any too explicit adult themes, though, please elaborate. All I can remember is that there were some sexual undertones that no kid could even understand. There's **** like that in every family movie, don't you remember Buzz's wingboner in Toy Story?
I saw it when I was like 10 and I ******* loved it even though I didn't understand a lot of the pop culture references, that's just a bonus for the adults watching the film.

I can't remember any too explicit adult themes, though, please elaborate. All I can remember is that there were some sexual undertones that no kid could even understand. There's **** like that in every family movie, don't you remember Buzz's wingboner in Toy Story?
#82 to #81 - karrotj
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....i never even thought of wing boner in that situation, i must be the oddball
#73 to #70 - dorfdorfdorf
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You better check yourself before you Shrek yourself
#74 to #73 - karrotj
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SCREW SHREK!
User avatar #78 to #74 - dorfdorfdorf
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Oh mighty Shrek, please do not punish us for karrotj's insolence, he shall be excommunicated and we shall offer him as a sacrifice in your name
#79 to #78 - karrotj
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lol its funny how a movie became a religion -_- guess im not to surprised, flying spaghetti monster and all that
User avatar #84 to #79 - cannibalvegan
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The Flying Spaghetti monster is just satirical of organized religion and the Shrek religion Or whatever you would call that. spawned from the "Shrek is love, Shrek is life." YouTube video that went viral some time back. It's just a glorified meme.
#87 to #84 - karrotj
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its funny that it started out as a joke about organized religion, but there are some people out there that take it seriously
User avatar #88 to #87 - cannibalvegan
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I have hard to believe that anyone would seriously believe it. Got any examples?

#89 to #88 - karrotj
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theres the guy who claimed it as his religion and wore a strainer as a hat for his dl photo, may have been a joke thought, but i did have a friend who was hardcore into that religion, he was part of a church and everything. Although he also thought hellraiser was real so he may have been crazy.
#90 to #89 - cannibalvegan
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That guy was obviously trolling. I'm not a fan of the Flying Spaghetti monster  As in I don't find it very funny. , but when I read about that I burst out laughing. It was pretty clever.   
   
As for your friend, he was probably just crazy.   
   
 Gif unrelated, just found it in my reaction folder and thought it was funny for some reason.
That guy was obviously trolling. I'm not a fan of the Flying Spaghetti monster As in I don't find it very funny. , but when I read about that I burst out laughing. It was pretty clever.

As for your friend, he was probably just crazy.

Gif unrelated, just found it in my reaction folder and thought it was funny for some reason.
#91 to #90 - karrotj
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well there are some other religions out there that the people have to be crazy to follow too, just sayin
#83 to #79 - dorfdorfdorf
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seriously, **** your spaghetti monster ****. you faggots believe that humans evolved from pond scum and an explosion started itself, and you have the balls to claim that i'm the stupid one?
#86 to #83 - karrotj
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lol i dont follow that religion, i just know its considered a religion nowadays
User avatar #80 to #69 - unfairlybanned
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It was basically a glorified Lion King.

In 3D.
User avatar #93 to #69 - elguso
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its a disney movies with 2 strong female leads and a great soundtrack, so the people you hear talk about it (tumblr) sing ******* wonders of it regardless of quality
User avatar #94 to #93 - cannibalvegan
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Of course they do, but I've seen plenty of adult men praising the movie.
User avatar #98 to #94 - antiponiesuser
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neckbeards and bronyfags do not count as men.
User avatar #95 to #69 - playapplepie
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The reason why Frozen is so incredibly successful is because Disney strayed from their normal "Prince and princess" routine. The whole movie was focused almost entirely on Anna and Elsa, and their sisterly bond. At the end of the movie their love for each other is what actually saves them both. Totally caught me off guard. I dug the movie a lot. I'm a sucker for animated movies too. I was also incredibly impressed during the Let It Go sequence. Beautifully animated with the snow and ice and such.
#96 to #95 - cannibalvegan
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Elsa was a bitch, though. Even after their parents died she wouldn't even talk to Anna, but she had no problem with her powers when she had her gloves on. If she could show her face during that ceremony at the beginning of the film she could at least show her face to Anna and talk to her in the time of need.    
   
Then when she hit Anna in the chest with her ice magic in her castle  She must remember that it's dangerous as **** to be hit in the heart by that ice magic. since the trolls told her that you're almost ****** with a frozen heart.  and instead of helping her she's like "Bitch, GTFO." and summons an ice monster that nearly kills Anna, Sven, Olaf and that backstreet boy. Makes sense.
Elsa was a bitch, though. Even after their parents died she wouldn't even talk to Anna, but she had no problem with her powers when she had her gloves on. If she could show her face during that ceremony at the beginning of the film she could at least show her face to Anna and talk to her in the time of need.

Then when she hit Anna in the chest with her ice magic in her castle She must remember that it's dangerous as **** to be hit in the heart by that ice magic. since the trolls told her that you're almost ****** with a frozen heart. and instead of helping her she's like "Bitch, GTFO." and summons an ice monster that nearly kills Anna, Sven, Olaf and that backstreet boy. Makes sense.
User avatar #99 to #96 - playapplepie
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Elsa's powers could still manifest even with her gloves on. At the end of "Do you wanna build a snowman?" when Anna and Elsa are leaning against the door Elsa's room is in a ******* ice age, but her gloves are still on. Supposedly the whole reason Elsa kept her distance was the protect Anna.

The scene on the ice castle when Elsa strikes Anna in the heart was a bit funky, felt more like story streamlining. I didn't say it was a perfect movie, but I did enjoy it a lot.
User avatar #100 to #99 - cannibalvegan
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True, but there are million excuses that she could use instead of just shutting Anna out completely. At least ******* talk to her.

Also, is nobody remembering that Elsa's father told the troll that they were gonna teach her to control her powers? Well they didn't so **** them.
#102 to #100 - playapplepie
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But yes, I never understood why Elsa didn't just tell Anna about her powers (again). Pic related, MFW your first part.
User avatar #101 to #100 - playapplepie
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Whoa wait, the trolls didn't say they would teach Elsa to control her power. They just told her she needs to control it, fear will be her enemy, yaddaa yaddaa. They certainly didn't help much.
User avatar #103 to #101 - cannibalvegan
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No, no, her father said that they were going to help her control her powers and in the mean time she would be locked up in her room. He must have been one awesome procrastinator if he didn't do anything for like 10 years. Then he died.0
User avatar #106 to #103 - playapplepie
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He says, and I quote "We'll protect her. She can learn to control it, I'm sure. Until then we'll lock the gates, we'll reduce the staff, we will limit her contact with people, and keep her powers hidden from everyone-including Anna."

Pretty extreme I think.
User avatar #111 to #106 - cannibalvegan
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Okay, point taken. Her father didn't exclusively say that they would help her control her powers, but when he said that they will protect her and that she will learn to control her powers it just seems like he implies that they will help her learn to control them since that's the only way for her to have a normal and happy life. Locking her in a room and forgetting about her is the exact opposite of helping her and since they didn't make an effort helping her they just pretty much gave her life in prison and just hoped that she would learn to keep her powers at bay completely on her own.

Also, it's not really protecting Elsa either, it's more protecting everyone else.
User avatar #97 to #95 - antiponiesuser
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so they lesbo?
#110 to #69 - anon id: 315b7725
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Shrek is better, you are right.

Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life.

Shrek 10/10 but should be a higher score, I have failed my Ogre Lord.
#41 - jaymeelu
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Honestly, I never really liked her makeup anyways.
User avatar #47 to #41 - datfozzy
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As much as I hate frozen with a thousand suns.. that's pretty cute.
#61 to #41 - anon id: 63453707
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the makeup never bothered you anyway
User avatar #63 to #41 - tfwigetbanned
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top right one actually looks better
#72 to #41 - peterbowser
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**peterbowser rolled image** <--- I'm the same. It just makes her look like a tramp.
User avatar #54 to #41 - thebestpieever
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I think it adds to the design. The movie's pretty blue and white, it gives her a slightly more popping appearance than just making her even whiter in an already very white movie. Of course, the other chick wore green and had brown hair so that was not a problem with her.
User avatar #126 to #54 - jaymeelu
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Well for me it just clashes with everything. You could still get that contrast with a different color.. one that would've actually matched her clothes/environment.
User avatar #6 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Uh no..... Contacts and extentions. Get your head outta your ass America.
#10 to #6 - anon id: 684d65e3
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She would still have goddamned irises and eyelashes.
User avatar #123 to #10 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Thank you for your worthless input Mister Anonymous.
User avatar #113 to #6 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Whut? 2 days ago this had 1 comment and 1 down thumb did phone a ******* friend?
#53 to #6 - eezo
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Comment Picture
User avatar #8 to #6 - someoneforamoment
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They didn't have contacts back then. Don't think they would even have fake eyelashes.
User avatar #9 to #8 - theguywhoaskswhy
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You wanna inject logic into this ****? Fine. Magic isn't real. Neither are the trolls or Olaf or the Ice Giant.
This movie never actually happened in real life, it was a story written by Has Christan Anderson.
Moose' cannot smile. Nor do they eat carrots.
When people are frozen to the core, an act of true love cannot thaw them. Generally they just die.
User avatar #16 to #9 - someoneforamoment
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The magic part is much more historically accurate than contact lenses
#20 to #16 - stallioncock
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Magic is historically accurate...?
User avatar #116 to #20 - theguywhoaskswhy
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I thumbed you up just coz you dont deserve to get dragged into my war.
User avatar #50 to #20 - someoneforamoment
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It's accurate to the story. You seem to think coloured contact lenses is more reasonable, despite the fact that they are extremely rare and have only been around for maybe ten years. And even if there were contact lenses that gave you anime eyes, can you imagine how creepy they would be? Nothing a Queen of a scandinavian kingdom would ever wear.
User avatar #51 to #50 - stallioncock
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I think some people kinda missed my point. Magic isn't historically accurate at all, but myths of magic is. But I get your point, in the setting for Frozen, magic is more accurate than contact lenses I think that's your point at least...
User avatar #52 to #51 - someoneforamoment
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Your point is to hang Hanson's story and centuries of myth yet believe that a Queen a long long time ago somehow got access to and wears colored contact lenses and everybody never thought to mention it.
User avatar #118 to #52 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Nope. Once again, that was my point. Try reading the names of commenter's before you get all pissy and start making a point separate from the one being discussed.
User avatar #117 to #50 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Actually genius I was the one who suggested contact lenses. And that was on a basis on logic not whether or not it was in line with the story.
User avatar #125 to #117 - someoneforamoment
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What logic then?
#32 to #20 - applescryatnight
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well, witch doctors existed, and people did often practice "magic"
i mean, certain chemical reactions could look like magic, you can make smoke pretty easy, or you can make a small explosion by throwing chemicals into a fire.
so "magic" may have existed, but only in basic chemisty tricks.
User avatar #120 to #32 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Magic isn't real. While the under-developed like yourself may perceive such things as magic, it is not in fact of a supernatural nature.
#124 to #120 - applescryatnight
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the only thing underdeveloped here is your understanding of scare quotes.
User avatar #33 to #20 - hellomynameisbill
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legends and myths were really damn reliable for people in the middle ages
User avatar #119 to #33 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Welcome to the 21st centuary. Those moving pictures never actually happened, it is all computer generated.
#49 to #9 - anon id: 836ddb84
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There's a difference between practical logic and useless ranting

He pointed out that your suggestions were anachronisms and therefore wouldn't be in the movie
You went on about how many things in this FANTASY movie doesn't happen in real life which doesn't add anything of value to your argument.

BTW The story of this movie was written by Christopher Buck and Jennifer Buck. Has Christan Anderson wrote the story that the concept of Elsa's character was based on (who provided concept to the rest of the movie) Also moose and reindeer can probably eat carrots is they ******* wanted to.
User avatar #114 to #49 - theguywhoaskswhy
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You are anonymous therefore your opinion is void.
User avatar #38 to #9 - thebeanzlover
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The 'moose' in Frozen was actually a reindeer, and reindeer eat carrots.
That was bothering me a lot, sorry.
User avatar #115 to #38 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Well *****************.
#12 to #9 - anon id: 175eae09
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**anonymous rolled image** you keep getting thumbed down, but you keep talking...
User avatar #122 to #12 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Because you're all too thick to read the ******* usernames.
User avatar #121 to #12 - theguywhoaskswhy
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Once again. No, I don't. this is me talking. The other lad above just happened to be passing through and got blamed for it.
#17 - clarkxonehundred
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**clarkxonehundred rolled image** Me without makeup
User avatar #67 to #17 - brackgrapple
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thats ******* 510 days, that ***** spent over a year playing that game
User avatar #85 to #67 - jimmytwoshoes
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well... it was just ok
#1 - anon id: 070fca24
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She would have blonde eyelashes which often aren't really visable in photo's and stufff...
User avatar #18 to #1 - lotrfan
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eyelashes are always black
User avatar #19 to #18 - lotrfan
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I was wrong looked it up eyelashes can in fact be blonde my bad
#76 to #19 - dorfdorfdorf
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take this
take this
#46 to #1 - anon id: 836ddb84
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(07/24/2014) [-]
Actually her natural hair colour is the same as her mothers, but the hair on her head is white due to her magic. So her eyelashes and eyebrows are supposed to be black.
#55 - dickeating
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(07/24/2014) [-]
****. Asian's eyes are squinty because they evolved without eyelashes, but instead a better-covered eye.

I need a moment to breath
User avatar #57 to #55 - thebestpieever
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(07/24/2014) [-]
They do have eyelashes, though... their eyelid just covers them. They don't "have" eyelashes because of their squinty eyes, not the other way around.
#58 to #57 - dickeating
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(07/24/2014) [-]
Ah, this makes sense I think
#15 - zourch
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(07/24/2014) [-]
tooblr, talking about something Disney related??    
thats impossible!
tooblr, talking about something Disney related??
thats impossible!
#48 to #15 - datfozzy
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(07/24/2014) [-]
That gif makes me feel uncomfortable   
BRING ME MORE
That gif makes me feel uncomfortable
BRING ME MORE
#3 - icechunk
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(07/23/2014) [-]
She also wouldn't have a mono-lid because she's not asian
#4 to #3 - icechunk
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(07/23/2014) [-]
...as the title kinda pointed out. ****.
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