"TRITON' S DAUGHTER WILL BE MINE! And then I'll see him writhe, I'll see him WRIGGLE LIKE A WORM ON A HOOK!" Ursula has been my favorite Disney villain since I was 3. She was designed after the late great Devine, and brought to life by Pat Carroll.
Her backstory has been debated on, but the original concept was that she and Triton were the children of Poseidon, and on his deathbed he gave a magical nautilus shell to Ursula and his Trident to Triton. They were to rule the sea together, but Ursula desired more power than she had, culminating in her trying to seize the throne for herself. Triton found out and banished her from Atlantica and maintaining control over the entire sea.
Ursula still kept her magic shell and started luring Merfolk into her lair in the carcass of the Leviathan. She would promise them their wildest dreams, but the deals she made would ultimately trap her victims in her lair.
Ursula is a force to be reckoned with, and she is arguably the most popular Vilainess. She's radiating with body positivity and confidence. She has ambition and knows how to play the game.
One more day till Saturday! Happy Thursday everyone.
I finally finished reading History is all you left me and it was worth all the pain and heartbreak because I freaking loved it, it was so beautiful and amazing, I am in love with all the characters and I want spin-offs for all of them @adamsilvera. This book is in my opinion one of the best books I have read this year.
I was tagged by the amazing and talented @readersprestige to do the #bookishpizzatag which got me really hungry for pizza 🍕Calzone(book you finished in one sitting) - And Then There were None by Agatha Christie.
🍕New York(Popular Series you haven’t read yet) - The Raven Cycle
🍕Cheese(Prettiest Book) Children of Blood and Bone
🍕Margarita(Classic) - To kill a Mockingbird
🍕Hawaiian(A book everyone buy you liked) - Fangirl (sorry)
🍕Chicago(Book that had the most impact) - History is all you left me - I am looking at grief in a different way now.
Day 21 of
#novelbeanholidays - #favoritevillain - I don’t have one yet but I am fascinated by Levana from TLC
#bookstagramtogetherjune - Movie better than the book - is any movie better than the book?
#fearyournoveljune - #booksandcandles
#lillyricalmashup - Can’t stop the feeling - A book that gave you all the feels - History is all you left me(I was crying and laughing and sad and happy and in love with this book)
#assassinsjune - Give - I don’t like giving my books away to anyone
QOTD: What was the best thing that happened to you today?
Hello lovilies!! I hope your day is going good! Mine has been alright! I just finished this book a couple weeks ago, and i feel like ever since i finished it, it has been popping up everywhere!!! I personally loved it!
#bookstagramtogethermay day 30- favorite villan. This book is about a girl who fights and kills dragons. But as you read you find out the dragons aren't the villains you think they are. And i love it when that happens in books!! *
This post is gonna be a bit longer then normal cuz i got tagged by the wonderful @thenatureofpages to do the #tagwithnoname !
🌹 ACOTAR or TOG? TOG!! (but i love ACOTAR too)
🌹 Hogwarts hose : gryffindor and slytherin
🌹 prythian court: summer (beaches for days, continuously tan? Yes please!)
🌹 paperback or hardback? Hardback all the way, but the whole series has to match
🌹 do you collect multiple collections? YASSSS
🌹 underated series? I feel like daughter of smoke and bone never gets enough love!
🌹 fav female character: way to many to choose!!
🌹 underated character: manon from throne of glass
Put on your favorite villain t-shirt and join us this Sunday at 11AM as we kick off our new series “Becoming the Villain”!
How did Saul move from a humble young man to a vindictive and jealous king? In our new series, we’ll explore the pride, jealousy, and lack of faith factors that were present from the beginning of Saul’s story and led to his eventual demise. Pastor Thomas will provide practical, biblical wisdom about combatting those factors in our own lives. .
We like to think we’re a hero, but might our actions be leading us to become the villain?