Wishing Stars They wish on stars there, too.
April 18th, 2014

IT TAKES ALL THE FUN OUT OF A RUNNING GAG IF YOU RESPOND WITH THE SAME GIF AGAIN YOU KNOW
Asketh - netbug009

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butts
Asketh - Anonymous

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zauru:

end family guy and sacrifice it to restore futurama

(via breadna)

gig-bites:

The Phoenix by Fall Out Boy [lyrics]

You know time crawls on when you’re waiting for the song to start
So dance alone to the beat of your heart

WHAT ABOUT THE LETTER FROM ME TELLING YOU TO SIT YOUR  WOOLLY ASS DOWN 

YOU’RE NOT GOING ANYWHERE

  • Before Wicked: Oh, look, my neighbor has a scarecrow in his yard.
  • After Wicked: Fi-ye-ro...FIYEEEEEEEROOOOO
squeegool:

"One Short Day"
One short day in the Emerald City~ ♫
wow.  took me quite long to finish One Short Day , but it was fun though. ^^

squeegool:

"One Short Day"

One short day in the Emerald City~ ♫

wow.  took me quite long to finish One Short Day , but it was fun though. ^^

Whoa I didn't know that Elphaba's name came from the initials of L Frank Baum! And wow people are posting about Zelena in the Elphaba tag? Really? @_@
Asketh - wendladarlings

Yep, she was named after the original author of The Wizard of Oz!  And yeah. I was looking through the tags awhile ago and saw several posts referring to her as “Elphaba”, each with thousands of notes…

Which witch is which?

elphabaoftheopera:

There seems to be some confusion and I’m here to set the record straight, the new Wicked Witch on Once Upon a Time is NOT Elphaba. Here is a handy guide to help you along.

  • The Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz movie (1939) based off the book by L. Frank Baum. She has no other name besides Wicked Witch of the West.

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  • Elphaba Thropp from Gregory Maguire’s book Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West(1995). Elphaba is created by and named by Gregory Maguire. While she is the Wicked Witch of the West and is based off of Wizard of Oz L. Frank Baum did not name her. IN FACT the name Elphaba is named AFTER L. Frank Baum as a tribute to him. (LFB=Elphaba)

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And then of course there is the 2003 musical adaption which is still Elphaba Thropp, but only loosely based off of Maguire’s book. 

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  • Theodora from the movie Oz the Great and Powerful(2013).

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She is also the Wicked Witch of the West and this movie is a prequel based off of the original L. Frank Baum stories, but she is not at all associated to Maguire’s version of the Wicked Witch “Elphaba”. She is her own separate character. 

Zelena is the newest addition to the ABC series Once Upon a Time. She is indeed the Wicked Witch (we presume, of the West). She has flying monkeys and the show has made numerous references to Oz. 

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 But this is Zelena. She is not Theodora or Elphaba. She is Zelena.

All of these women are different imaginings of the same witch, but please keep them straight.