(An advance warning that this contains spoilers. LOTS AND LOTS OF SPOILERS.) I knew that Vanellope von Schweetz would go far when she announced that she wanted to be President of Sugar Rush. It really DID have a nice ring to it, and after years as the outcast glitch I was rooting for her to … Continue reading RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET: A LESSON FOR THE LOT OF US
I WILL ONLY SAY THIS ONCE: until about a year ago, I didn't really have any interest in visiting a Disney Park that wasn't Paris. Alright? I admit it. This wasn't because I didn't like the sound of 'em - more because I felt INCREDIBLY protective and defensive of Disneyland Paris (my French baby!), and … Continue reading DISNEYLAND, I LOVE YOU
You know what I realised the other day? I was standing in the kitchen eating some spinach for the first time in about six months and feeling smug (honestly, one healthy activity and I feel like I should receive some sort of award) and I REALISED: I haven’t blogged in ages. I mean, I’ve been … Continue reading Dobby, drama and domestic chores
If I think back to being small, I remember liking two things above all else: Disney and reading. I liked other stuff too, of course: beanbags, Angel Delight and Jim Davidson's Generation Game, to name a few. But Disney and reading always came out top. This is me, havin' a good old read in bed … Continue reading #DisneyBookWeek: Making reading magical
Canteen man has a lunchbox. It is plastic: grey Or brown. It doesn’t make him happy And it doesn’t make him frown; it just IS (full of sandwiches) and lunches are okay. There’s nothing bad about them but there’s nothing that would say THIS IS FUN Because it isn’t And that isn’t what I like. … Continue reading KIDS GROWN UP
To me, Disney is a bit like Marmite. I tend to meet people who like it a lot and excitedly ask me who my favourite princess is, or people who aren't really Disney-ish at all and grimace a little when I mention Beauty and the Beast. But there are also those people who eat Marmite … Continue reading 5 things Disney fans wish you knew
"Where are you off to this summer?" they ask, and I can feel the red start to creep into my cheeks. "Guess?!" I say, as my passive aggressive way of shouting "DISNEYLAND, alright?! DISNEYLAND, every year it's Disneyland and I know you know that and I know you think it's weird but I DON'T CARE … Continue reading 25 year-olds can love Disneyland too, okay?