(If something similar went through already, I apologize.) I love Frozen, but I agree that Disney needs to have more variety in the ethnicity of their characters. The fandom does not allow anyone to say anything bad about the movie (because God forbid someone dislike it), and it feels like they're a bunch of self-righteous assholes who can't see the faults of the film. So what if Let It Go didn't win the Golden Globe? It's not the end of the world.
i personally thing let it go should have won the golden globe, but yeah, i’m very much of the opinion that a lot of people complaining that it didn’t win are acting like it was entitled to have won because it’s a disney song. and there are some very, very lovely and amazing and wonderful people in the frozen fandom, but yeah overall it tends to be a pretty hostile fandom to anyone who doesn’t want to eat shit out of frozen’s ass
Would you ever like to a. get married at Disney b. get proposed to at Disney c. go on a date there? If the answer is yes to any of these, then explain why and how you would want it to go (i.e. a proposal in front of a carousel, etc.)
i’m gonna say yes to b and c but no to a, because while getting married at disney would be hella cool, i want my future wedding to have a really subtle disney theme, like really subtle disney references sprinkled all over that you would only really pick up on if you’re a huge fan like me, and i think having a wedding at disney would kind of spoil the effect
b. ok so i’ve always had this really lame idea about someone proposing to me on big thunder. you know the part with the goat? and everyone’s like “you have to watch the goat ok keep your eyes on the goat” because it makes it feel faster or something? i always had this silly idea that i’d be on that ride with my future fiance and he’d be like “watch the goat ally you have to watch the goat” so i’d watch the goat like i always do and then when i turned back around they’d have the ring awwww
c. i want to go on a date at disneyland during christmas time i don’t even care what else we do as long as we’re there