Brazilian model Alexandre Cunha was paired with a three-year-old moptop to showcase Smalto’s matching child-sized and adult tuxedos. Unfortunately, while the pressure of performing didn’t faze the buff Brazilian, his partner broke down in tears as they were striding the catwalk:
Once, I was supposed to close a show with a 3-year-old kid and we both had matching outfits. During rehearsal, everything went as planned, but on the day of the show he started crying halfway down the runway, so in my head I thought, “What am I supposed to do?!” I ended up picking him up and I carried him to the end of the runway.
Disney Princess Movies before and after name changes.
"how can we improve these titles?"
Once upon a time in 1986, there was an anonymous person— though the website I dug the letter up from credits Ed Gombert— who was… less than pleased with the title change of the film The Great Mouse Detective. The film was originally Basil of Baker Street, and executives (mostly Katzenberg, if I’m not mistaken?) changed the name to avoid confusion and hopefully net a bigger profit. As a (grumpy) joke, the anonymous Feature Animation employee drafted a fake memo from the desk of the head of the department announcing the retroactive changes to the rest of the Disney canon for clarity. The letter made it into the LA Times and Katzenberg (and an innocent Peter Schneider) ended up with egg on their faces.
In 1963, a 16-year-old mailed a survey to 150 novelists, asking if they intentionally planted symbolism in their work. Here’s what they had to say.
People call me Panks.
19. Brazil. I'm a college student now. I major in Computer Science.
Basically, i'm an anti-social, mysathropic, little piece of shit with a blog.
Atheist and in love with the Universe.
Also, I have a webcomic now.