Bulda: What’s the issue, dear? Why are you holding back from such a man?
Trolls: Is it the clumpy way he walks or the grumpy way he talks? Or the pear-shaped, square-shaped weirdness of his feet? And though we know he washes well-he always ends up sort of smelly But you’ll never meet a fellow who’s as sensitive and sweet!
So he’s a bit of a fixer-upper, so he’s got a few flaws Like his peculiar brain-dear, his thing with the reindeer That’s a little outside of nature’s laws!
So he’s a bit of a fixer-upper, but this we’re certain of You can fix this fixer-upper up with a little bit of...
No doubt like many people on this spot, Frozen has become my new obsession. I have, in particular, become interested in the many different language versions of the songs. As "Let It Go" is far and away the best song in the movie, I'm especially interested in its various non-English versions.
After listening to many, many different versions, I've compiled a list of my ten favorite non-English versions. I judged by not just the quality of the singers' voices, but the translation of the lyrics. I don't really care if they differ drastically from the English lyrics; I judged them by how much I liked...
I never really liked this ship, which is why I've happily ignored it for months, and successfully have done so until recently. I've seen several fans rumoring how Jelsa "has" to happen in Frozen 2. They even started a FUCKING PETITION to put Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians in Frozen 2.
I am fine with crossover shipping with Disney and Dreamworks, I even ship Elsa with Hiccup in How to Train Your Dragon. It's true I have many issues with this ship, but I don't care if you ship Jelsa.
But just because a ship becomes popular, does not mean it will happen.