dang Sa! that is totally rude and boy do I wish I had been there. I would definitely let the b!tch in me break loose told her to off. ripped her a new one her ancestors and future family would feel. GRRRR! that ticks me off!
woohoo I would have loved to have seen that hehehe...she should have kept her mouth shut and her thoughts to herself..ooo another way to shut her up. Belch in her face! I would rip her a new one and then say someting like "oh and by the way...BEEEEELLLLCCCHHHH" HAHAHAHA
Trouble with these type of people is while growing up they feel some part of entertainment in life is meant to be just for kids,they're so wrong. Atleast in case of toons. Not all cartoons are meant for kids.
nope there are quite a few movies that aren't for kids. thruthfully I would wait until my kids (when I have them) are older to see Princess and the Frog. really dark a lot darker than most of the other Disney movies which shocked me.
How dare she say that? I hate people that just judge people like that without even knowing them. I saw that movie its funny and not just for girls! Toons are for every one just look at the simpsons....
"If ignorance is bliss, you must be one happy person."
Seriously, it sounds like this chick has some intense personal issues. Maybe she was accused of being lesbian because she licked a frog once and it tasted like chicken. Who knows, but, it doesn't matter. Smile, nod, hand her the "I'm an idiot" card, and walk away.
Life's too short to let idiots waste your time.
...wait, if that's the case, sorry for taking your time.
definitely the firefly. Loved his go get 'em attitude...and his name..his name...Ray! hehehe oh and then my next fav had to be Mama Odie hehehehe loved her message and how she is totally a kick arse old blind lady ready to kick bad voodoo butt
Must be ...to look at him no one would ever think of my husband as the sensitive type...he has been described as "big and scary" by many different people...but he's truly a teddy bear . My son is four so it's hard to tell yet, but he seems to have a good balance...loves dolls, pretty colors, soft things, small animals...and monsters, dinosaurs, Transformers, and anything on wheels or that moves lots of dirt.
Well, I went to see it and my kids are adults and married. I took a good friend who is also in the business. I saw boys very young to young adult--with their families--attending the show.
It was actually my friend who asked me to go. He said I needed to "study" it since I'm working on a stage musical. I'm glad I went. The story is better than I thought and the songs were great. The animation was quite good, overall, as long as you are into traditional style. Very good show, overall. Nothing wrong with an 8 yr old boy wanting to see it!!
Thanks Truely moved by your story and your battle you have overcome you should seriously write a book and warn the young of the dangers.Dying to survive by Rachael Keogh its her life story and truely one of the best books I have read. Your an inspiration to many:)
Seriously though. 8 year olds watch cartoons. That is what they do. That lady must have some kind of problem with a family member or friend who is gay. Or maybe she is confused about herself. Maybe she has tendencies and is at war with herself. bWhen we judge it is usually because we something about ourselves that we don't like.
Exactly. 8 year olds are not (usually) thinking sexually, and they love cartoons. Disney is one of the safest bets for good, clean humor, especially on a kids level. I would be worried if my boys didn't enjoy Disney cartoons.
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