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who is your character? subtitle: the most grooveless, themeless post in the history of blogging

Do you watch movies and put yourself into one of the roles?

We were watching The Emperor’s New Groove earlier. Bear with me, because I am not posting pictures, and if you have never seen the movie you might be a bit lost and if you have seen the movie, then this is the Old Man who gets thrown out the window at the beginning and his conversation with Pacha, the peasant… 285 more words

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The Netflix Summer Survival Guide

Summer never turns out how we think it should be. Despite our largest, most extravagant plans, there is always awkward limbo time between the fun stuff. 1,044 more words

Cult Movie Essentials: The Emperor's New Groove

While the title of the film derives from that of the popular Danish fairy tale, The Emperor’s New Clothes has more in common with a Looney Tunes or Tex Avery cartoon than a traditional Disney film. 824 more words

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The Emperor's New Groove Review

Released in 2000, The Emperor’s New Groove was one of the earliest “post-Renaissance” Disney animated films. The film originated as an entirely different, more traditional Disney musical before being reworked into a buddy comedy, leading to a highly turbulent production. 705 more words

Animated Films

The Egg Hoard and A Fly Frittata

Hello there!

I don’t know – Bambi spoke to me.

I have been very distracted again, but I’m currently trying to get my day-to-day life more focused with multiple alarms. 842 more words

The Blog Life Chose Me

radish salad

“On second thought, make my potatoes a salad.”
(Yzma and Kuzko, The Emperor’s New Groove film)

Ingredients:
8 large radishes
1 tbs. yellow mustard
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Reasons I Love the Emperor’s New Groove

Ah, Disney. That old childhood friend that sticks with you, no matter how old you get. Seriously- the most exciting thing about growing up is to have the ability to choose your friends based on their favorite Disney movies. 1,440 more words