People on the side of The People always ended up disappointed, in any case. They found that The People tended not to be grateful or appreciative or forward-thinking or obedient. The People tended to be small-minded and conservative and not very clever and were even distrustful of cleverness. And so the children of the revolution were faced with the age-old problem: it wasn’t that you had the wrong kind of government, which was obvious, but that you had the wrong kind of people.
my parents also visited some kind of Gnome Sanctuary while in Devon
my dad insists that wearing the hats was compulsory as you went round
my parents came back from holiday and they brought me the most BADASS SOUVENIR EVER
they went to Devon
douchesommelier said: Google “nostalgia chick matilda” once you’re done watching. Trust me.
Oh I didn’t know Nostalgia Chick did a review of Matilda! I guess I missed that one! I’ll be sure to watch it this evening ^^
although it always slightly concerns me that the implicit message of this movie is that all bad people are ugly and uneducated, and all good people are conventionally beautiful college graduates
and books are the best thing ever but TV is unequivocally awful
ok so I’m watching Matilda with my sister, and is it just me or is Miss Trunchball pretty awesome?
she was in the Olympics, in several categories, including shot-putt and javelin
and she hates children and carries around a riding crop