I'll swim and sail on savage seas,
With ne'er a fear of drowning,
And gladly ride the waves of life,
If you would marry me!
okay, I saw this httyd2 birthday card, and inside they had this thing that you could pop out and like I think its kinda like a paper airplane. But Hiccup though… his face looks like his 15-year-old one, and his body… what happened
Oh my gosh
#13 Toothless sonic-pencil
#5 Hiccup kankskri
#9 My Favorite Character, Sophie (She’s one of many favorite characters) a-wooden-leg-named-smith
# 8 Valerie rising-fangirls
# 17 Merida sarahspondus
# 6 Remy mickaducky
Thanks for all the requests, I’ve received so far, but no more please. I’ll never get through them all. X)
Quote from the HTTYD site.
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2
23 July 2014 in theater(Korea) =)
let’s be honest here, who would ‘t cheat in chemistry
next level cheating.
this is some naruto shit
I’ve always noticed that Stoick doesn’t even try to help Hiccup up here and I have a headcanon that it’s because after Hiccup lost his leg Stoick was extremely overprotective and hovered constantly and was always worried about Hiccup falling or tripping or being in pain. Hiccup hated it because his dad always looked so guilty about it (and because Hiccup wanted to work through it on his own), so he finally snapped and told his dad to stop treating him like he was going to break, it’s just a leg, he’s a Viking, it’s an occupational hazard… But he trails off and they both choke up because it does hurt and he is upset about it but tries to hide it because he thinks it makes him less of a Viking, and his dad’s protectiveness in front of everybody just makes it worse. And Stoick confesses how terrified he was that he had lost him that day, how he forgot that “a Chief feels no pain” and broke down in front of the whole village, and they share their second real moment of understanding since the battle with the Green Death.
And after that Stoick stops hovering and lets Hiccup catch himself (or, more often, lets Toothless catch him)… While out in public anyway.
I still laugh at the nonchalant “MORNING SON” though
you have a heat of a chief and a soul of a dragon...