Discussion in 'Free Range' started by CoolWife, Jul 7, 2016.
I want ice cream, but all our spoons are in the dishwasher which is currently running.
Yeah my dumbass turned on Lion King for C a few weeks ago and then was like “oh I guess I’ll stay here and watch with him for a while... like until after Mufasa dies...”
Pro tip: Put off watching “The Brave Little Toaster” until your kid is like. 18.
Is that on Disney+?
That movie and and Secrets of Nym stuck with me as a kid.
Crap that was next on our list
@Apples&Oranges you may have already shown in to her but Princess and the Frog is really really cute and I feel like the main “bad thing” (turning into frogs) can’t be translated to real life! Wreck it Ralph 1 and 2 also I believe have no scaries!
But yea wth Disney because most of these movies are a little dark haha
I mean, isn’t a little bit of trauma from watching an animated movie with a scary/sad part just a rite of passage?
For me it was Bambi. I think it depends on the kid though; I was fine with Lion King, and I first saw that when I was 4.
Yeah this one really freaked me out as a kid!
@whatchyagonnado Not too scary to watch! It was fine. I was just remarking she was creepier that I remembered. E liked it.
@whatchyagonnado I think she would be totally freaked out by the whole underworld thing in Princess and the Frog. That dude's creepy. We watched Goofy Movie though and that was fine. And she likes the shorts (but not Bao). I think she could probably handle Toy Story, once she figures out that the "bad" toys aren't bad.
S can just be really sensitive, and then it translates into bad dreams and sobbing so I don't think its something she needs to go through. I made the mistake of watching the Disney Nature film Chimpanzee with her, and the baby chimp lost his mom (she didn't even realize the mom died because she was already too upset when they got separated) and for weeks she was paranoid about me getting lost. It was a rated G film, so I figured it would be fine... even some PBS shows still scare her. Her tastes are still very much Disney Jr (and PBS), which is maybe a little "immature" for her age at this point, but It's fine. I'm in no rush.
We've been watching a lot of David Attenborough narrated nature stuff with the kids, which means that we have to explain/talk about death about as often if we were watching Disney movies.
Cars 1 isn't scary! It seems like everything else has at least 1 scary/violent/death scene.
On the list of shit never to show your kids: Return to Oz. There is a lot of nightmarenfuel in there.
this was my favourite movie as a kid. Now I am scared to rewatch it.
My friends daughter was terrified when the voodoo guy was dragged to hell. It traumatized her for like a year. You couldn’t even bring it up without her getting upset. So if you do watch princess and the frog maybe skip that part.
Bambi was also it for me. Apparently my mom had to carry me out of the theatre because I was screaming mommies aren’t supposed to die at the screen. Made a few moms cry that day lol
Decided I wanted to dye my hair light pink for my vacation. I have to do my roots anyways so I figured I can do it now and then when I do my roots next week it will be back to normal for work.
Went to Sally’s and picked up my normal stuff and the pink hair dye and asked the girl working multiple times that what I was getting was light pink because the sample had 2 shades. She reassured me the dark shade was because it was in dark hair and I bought it. My gut was telling me something wasn’t right though so I went back Friday to clarify and ask again and show her the colour I wanted from samples they had. Unfortunately it was the same girl and she said it was fine so I listened as this was not a brand I was familiar with. My gut my right....
I do like the colour but not what I was going for at all. Like not even close. I am annoyed with myself for not listening to my gut. I did manage to lighten it a bit by washing it 4 times but I hope I can get it out when I want to go back to blonde next week.
It sucks that you didn’t get what you want, but I like it @OhFFS!
I like it too.
It took over 30 mins to get our tab and cashed out at a bar so now we can’t make it to the pizza place in time to get to go pizzas.
I forgot about Cars. We did watch that one! She was younger at the time and she got bored and went off to play lol Maybe we will try it again next weekend. I don't remember being traumatized by any Disney movies. I guess it was easy for me to separate fact from fiction with them since they were cartoons. The first PG13 movie I watched, Twister, terrified me. I had tornado dreams well into adulthood, particularly when I'd get stressed out.
Girl are you kidding? I am 34 and I ugly-cry like a little bitch every time Ray dies.
Omg Ray and his Evangeline
OMFG I FORGOT THAT HAPPENS. V valid argument. Still my fav though haha
It's probably the best Disney love story in the history of Disney.
Edit: and beyond Disney, actually. I'm hard pressed to think of a love more pure. It's sad but so perfect.
I do think it’s super sweet, but IDK, I mean there’s Lava, and Up...
Well, kids are home sick today, so of course we decided to enjoy some Disney+. Monsters Inc made both kids cry within the first minute. We are trying Ratatouille now, after fast forwarding past the insane old lady shoots up the cottage scene that I forgot about.
The only Disney movies as a kid that really got me were Fox and the Hound and Muppets Christmas Carol.
I co-hosted a candy and beer pairing Galentine’s Day event last night at a local brewery and now I have so much leftover candy. I don’t WANT this sitting around!!