River, oh river, flow gently for me,
Such precious cargo you bear!
Do you know somewhere, he can live free?
River, deliver him there…

(Deliver Us, Prince of Egypt, 1998).

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augustus u bitch

isn’t he supposed to fall in love with her? TFIOS movie is SO different from the book…

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Anonymous said: I'm new to the fandom and honestly i don't understand why hunhan is so popular. They don't seem to interact much. Can you explain why you ship hunhan? No hate i'm just curious :)


I’d answer this longer in the hunhan analysis/thoughts thing I’m writing that is way overdue. But, okay, to answer this… well, I guess hunhan was really popular in the MAMA era because they had a lot of onstage interactions. Nowadays, they mostly have behind-the-scenes/offstage/airport moments.

I would understand why non-shippers would think they have disappeared. But then they lead most of their lives off-stage, and the little we see of this part of their lives (from fancams mostly), suggest that they are still close, that they do care for each other. And hunhan shippers who have stayed (and will stay) - like me - actually live for the off-stage/off-cam moments because they’re really sweet, genuine and precious.

I fell in love with them because:

Note: this is just a repost of THIS post I made. Updated with a few more things too.

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the ellen show

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best of infinite ❥ ranking king

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Mother fuckin’ Jim Carrey

i have searched

for this gifset

for all eternity

this is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen

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