This video shows what happens after the happily ever after in Disney princess movies. In this video, we explore what happened to Mulan, Tiana, Elsa and Cinderella. This is the second video of its kind. Warning: This will ruin your childhood.
Uploaded by Paint
Today it has been a year since I started my blog Bohemian Nerd Girl (originally called Collection of Clancy).
I have written about many things from serious topics to lots of fun stuff. I have posted original pieces for the blog, my journalism articles which have been published, my poetry and videos from Video of the Week and Fangirl Friday. Here I will discuss some blog facts:
At the time of writing this, Bohemian Nerd Girl has 4281 views from 54 countries and 36 comments from 77 posts. I have 102 followers and I am grateful for each and every one of them.
The most successful day for views was 150 on June 3rd 2014. The top five most popular posts (excluding home/about) are:
- Advice to Leaving Cert Students 2014 (252 views)
- 19 Facts About Benedict Cumberbatch (191 views)
- Selfies and Snapchat: The Secret Exhibitionist? (Motley article) (169 views)
- 9 Reasons Why Tom Hiddleston is an Amazing Man (147 views)
- Troll in the Dungeon: Why Online Bullies Are the Worst (138 views)
The top five countries with the most views are:
- Ireland (3058 views)
- United States (553 views)
- United Kingdom (289 views)
- Canada (58 views)
- Germany (47 views)
Before I wrap up this post I just want to say thank you to all who have read, liked, followed and commented on my blog. I never thought I would get this many views in one year. It has given me a chance to raise important issues, entertain others and most importantly, practice writing so I can pursue it in the future. Happy Birthday!
BohmianNerdGirl discusses the long awaited film adaptation of the John Green novel “The Fault In Our Stars” and the amount of feels involved with the film.
Reaction Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrS9PDfvIQY
TFIOS Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ItBvH5J6ss
Teens React to TFIOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjMqMLZIt30
John Green’s Reading of TFIOS Chapter 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_vFvbfn9Fs
Live Stream On Demand Featuring Tyler Oakley: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l783F717aZw
Many people have talked about how fascinating “The Irish Mammy” is, but Irish Dads are rarely mentioned. So here are the most interesting aspects about “The Irish Dad”. You Know You Have An Irish Dad When…
- You’ve been picked up from school in a tractor at least once: This has happened to me. It’s an interesting journey but awkward to fit yourself, himself and your bulky schoolbag. You’ll also end up sitting on the tool box.
- The love the GAA takes over: Although most Irish people in general love GAA, but nobody loves it more than Irish Dads. They know their ticket seller well, go to many club and inter-county matches, have great knowledge of every player and even watch counties they’re not supporting for “research purposes”. Not to mention their heightened emotions every time there’s a goal or the referee has a “blind moment”
- He has a huge collection of war movies/books: I’m not just talking about four or five, but dozens. They take up most of the DVD rack and bookshelf. World War One, World War Two, Irish history, the US Civil War; you name it, they know a LOT about it. They are also pretty handy for Junior Cert history.
- He is the one who teaches you to drive: Just prepare for a lot a headaches and a lot of bad driving.
- He is the only one who knows how a radiator works: Ideal when your college flat bedroom never seems to be warm.
- He buries the family pet: The kids are too distraught to see their dead pet, so it’s up to Dad to give it a decent sendoff. Even to this day, I still have no idea where my budgies went, nor do I want to know.
- He has a specific taste in music: And when I say specific, I really mean the music he listened to in his teens and twenties. So it’s more Shawaddywaddy and Bruce Springsteen than Skrillex and Beyonce in his music collection.
- He does dinner time trivia: You’re just after the dinner or the supper. He mentions stuff about an old film you’ve never heard of. He then makes you guess the people who starred in said movie. This is both annoying and entertaining when he does it, and he varies in topic.
- He associates years by weather and/or GAA: You can ask him what he remembers of a certain year perhaps 1974 or 1982, the first thing he’ll mention is who won in the All-Ireland for hurling and football, and how good the weather was for silage. For added interest, you’ve even asked the year of your birth.
- He’s harder to buy for gifts: You have no idea, so you get him chocolate or mam buys the gift for you. Also, you learned to not waste your time on the gift guides in the magazines, because you know very well he won’t like any of the suggestions.
Do any of these things apply to your Dad? Are there other Dad quirks I missed? Let me know in the comments section below. So to say this now: Happy Father’s Day, and I love you Dad.
I discovered this through tumblr last week and it is the most infectiously joyful music I’ve ever heard. Give it a try. You won’t regret it!
“A lively version of the old classic. performed on my homemade Callioforte”
(Uploaded by bellowphone)