Underwater sculpture, in Grenada, in honor of our African ancestors thrown overboard.
I couldnt not reblog this, it’s so powerful to me.
oh my god.
Thank you :) I have a bunch, here we go. Please search up the following movies for triggers before watching.
The Lovely Bones (Watch Here): Really enjoyed this movie for it’s concept of life after death. I could watch it again and again. It’s about a girl who get’s her life taken away at an early age. She watches her family fall apart and then fall back together. Most importantly, her murderer gets the karma he deserves.
The Orphanage (Watch Here): This had some horror elements but the ending just made me so sad. Literally I still have a giant wound in my heart because of it. It’s a black, empty feeling you get. It was unexpected and this movie is phenomenal.
The 4th Kind (Watch Here): For some reason this movie really unnerved me. The way it’s set, the plot, it’s just… a tad bit scary. I was too afraid to look outside my window because I thought I’d see a smiling white owl, oh jesus.
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (Watch Here): Another one that broke me into literal pieces. Once again, the plot twist, the ending, the message all remarkable. I think I was depressed for a full week after this.
Legally Blonde (Watch Here): I watch this movie when I’m feeling down and unmotivated to get me back. I love Elle Woods and what she stands for. I love what she does, and how happy and cheerful she is despite people around her trying to bring her down. I love how she doesn’t hurt/mistreat others when they insult her day after day. Instead she works on bettering herself. And she works really hard. Love, love, love.
Peter Pan 2003 (Watch Here): This movie is just a personal favorite of mine. It reminds me of childhood and how I used to obsess over Peter Pan & fairies when I was young. I really, really wanted them to be real. I really wanted to have an adventure. My entire play time revolved around this and this only.
The Uninvited (Watch Here): One of the first psychological thrillers I watched. I really liked it. I’m also in love with Emily Browning and her style. I liked the plot twist and the macabre concepts.
A Walk to Remember (Watch Here): I don’t like romantic movies. I’m not a huge fan of them. Most are pretty cliche & relatively boring to me, but this one strikes me in the heart. I love the soundtracks and I love the plot.
The Eyes Have It is a tear-jerker story you might have seen passed around the internet. Although it’s not true, it tugs on the heart-strings of many. Here we go:
Mr. Stubs is the first alligator with a prosthetic tail. The alligator, which lost his tail as a youth after a fight with another gator, was brought to the Phoenix Herpetological Society in 2005. Inspired by “Dolphin Tale” a team of experts dove into the task of discovering the type of tail a gator would need.
Mr.Stubs used his front legs to swim. It was a poor substitute because usually alligators use their long and powerful tail. Luckily, Mr.Stubs has been fitted with a prosthetic tail. He’s learning to grow into it and use it. (Source)
JAPANESE SPIDER CRAB
*Burns the Earth down*
*Lives on Pluto for the rest of my life*
Spongebob has and will always be my favorite cartoon show.
But there is this one strange and very convincing theory about how the show is really about nuclear testing.
Spongebob and his friends look and behave the way they do because of their exposure to radiation from atomic bombs in the area that is Bikini Bottom.
The show is set in a real place called Bikini Atoll. This is confirmed.
Back in 1946, the U.S government detoned a couple of atomic bombs, one of which was set under the sea. (Source)
Check out the Rugrat’s theory if you haven’t already.
you ever in the mood to get hit by a car and spend like 1 month in the hospital
This is the greatest tweet in the history of tweets