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hashadenoughpoptarts:

So since my first edit of Hiro dressed as Vanellope went so well, I decided to make another one.

hashadenoughpoptarts:

So since my first edit of Hiro dressed as Vanellope went so well, I decided to make another one.

You’ve just been tumblr hugged:) cuz you’re an amazing person! Pass this on to 10 of your favorite followers. Don’t break the chain (:

Awww! Thank you! :DDD

I think a lot of people on both sides of this idea are taking things way out of proportion without understanding each others opinions.
Yes, King Candy and Lotso had no real excuse to do what they did. No matter how far someone has fallen or how horrible their past has been is never an excuse to do evils things. People that fully support these characters in their actions should take a closer look at their moral values. It’s never okay to try and hurt others to justify the hurt within oneself.
However, I completely agree that these characters are “tragic” characters. But why? You literally just said their actions are no excuse for past!
Evil in itself is a tragedy. Sin is the most tragic outcome for everyone, and it’s this feeling and desire to cheat and hurt others that drives these characters to do what they did that is tragic. 
Lotso was that perfect example of losing someone you love the most. He represents the father who lost his daughter, the individual who without that loved one becoming void and lost in a broken world. He’s esentually the “Darth Vader” of Toy Story 3, without the happy ending. He lost someone he held dear, yet he let that darkness and dispair consume him to where he transformed into a shadow of the person he once was. 
King Candy represents the person who once had everything; adoration, respect, his home and who he was. He was once the hero, the star, the one everyone looked up to and suddenly within the blink of an eye had that all taken away from him. He allowed that darkness and desperation to consume him thus becoming one with that darkness: a monster. King Candy was what Ralph could have been. King Candy is what any of us could be if we allow darkness to consume us. 
These villains are tragic because they represent what can really happen to people. They are our dark sides, whether we like to admit it or not. The choice, however, to overcome sin lies within ourselves. That is why there is no excuse in their actions. There is never an excuse to justify evil acts. 
Instead of looking at characters like this as “poor babies” or “horrible despicable creatures who shouldn’t gain anyone’s attention” maybe we instead should step back and learn from the lessons they teach.

I think a lot of people on both sides of this idea are taking things way out of proportion without understanding each others opinions.

Yes, King Candy and Lotso had no real excuse to do what they did. No matter how far someone has fallen or how horrible their past has been is never an excuse to do evils things. People that fully support these characters in their actions should take a closer look at their moral values. It’s never okay to try and hurt others to justify the hurt within oneself.

However, I completely agree that these characters are “tragic” characters. But why? You literally just said their actions are no excuse for past!

Evil in itself is a tragedy. Sin is the most tragic outcome for everyone, and it’s this feeling and desire to cheat and hurt others that drives these characters to do what they did that is tragic.

Lotso was that perfect example of losing someone you love the most. He represents the father who lost his daughter, the individual who without that loved one becoming void and lost in a broken world. He’s esentually the “Darth Vader” of Toy Story 3, without the happy ending. He lost someone he held dear, yet he let that darkness and dispair consume him to where he transformed into a shadow of the person he once was.

King Candy represents the person who once had everything; adoration, respect, his home and who he was. He was once the hero, the star, the one everyone looked up to and suddenly within the blink of an eye had that all taken away from him. He allowed that darkness and desperation to consume him thus becoming one with that darkness: a monster. King Candy was what Ralph could have been. King Candy is what any of us could be if we allow darkness to consume us.

These villains are tragic because they represent what can really happen to people. They are our dark sides, whether we like to admit it or not. The choice, however, to overcome sin lies within ourselves. That is why there is no excuse in their actions. There is never an excuse to justify evil acts.

Instead of looking at characters like this as “poor babies” or “horrible despicable creatures who shouldn’t gain anyone’s attention” maybe we instead should step back and learn from the lessons they teach.

Disney Villains WeekDay 1 - Favorite underrated villain

King Candy

Oh my gosh, this would kill her.

killmewithdicks:

neongenesist:

It’s 2 AM and this is the funniest thing i have ever seen in my life. Tears are streaming down my face. 

Who thought this would be a good mashup? And why?

this is terrific you nerds

You mistreat this poor boy the same way you mistreat my people.

"When we hit our lowest point, we are open to the greatest change." - 1x12: Endgame