LAZY PEOPLE: HERE IS A THING THAT YOU CAN DO.
Or not. I don’t want to tell you how to live your life.
We use whichever texts inspire us. I’ll keep a look out for any good 360 texts!
We are working on choosing a new theme that does not require scrolling for button clickage. But we are also lazy (and by lazy I mean super busy with school), so it might be a little while. We appreciate your patience.
I’m going to take a wild guess and assume that you assumed that because we have so many texts with her! A lot of her caps fit really nicely with texts we find, and so Charlotte’s just really reliable. As for my favorite non-lineup ladies (not in rank order because I can’t rank things to save my life), they are Eilonwy (because I am the hugest fan of the Prydain book series and this fierce princess), Esmeralda (do I need to explain this, have you seen the movie), and Meg (pretty much the same reasons as Esmeralda)!
Oh I do really like Charlotte! I don’t know if I’d say she’s one of my top three favorites, though. I guess I’d go with Megara, Lilo, and Captain Amelia as my top three. Meg because she’s sassy and wonderful, Lilo because she’s adorable and fierce, and Captain Amelia because she’s awesome and competent. So yeah. (Oh wait! Do the Muses from Hercules count? Because those ladies are boss.)
Yes. It is possible. We haven’t liked our theme for a while now because of that very issue, so we are going to be changing our theme (probably in the next couple of weeks?) to make it more fabulous and user friendly.
It is definitely possible! Maleficent should make an appearance in the near future (I think she’s in the queue for sometime in the next few days). In the meantime, I added a tag for her on the sidebar if you want to see some past posts.
Glad you love the blog!
Well, I guess that’s just the way the cookie crumbles.
We only started tagging posts by area code in the last few months or so. If you were to peruse the archive, I’m sure you would find some texts with your area code, if it is as popular as you say it is. We are a little more selective in our text usage, so there might not be a proportional representation of your area code.
The numbers in the parentheses are telephone area codes. They correspond to different regions (some have more than one area code). The numbers that start with a plus sign correspond with different countries.
(+44): United Kingdom