20,000+ followers. yeah. that happened.
and so this entailed 9 minutes of pure awesome, in which R&B discussed (not necessarily in this order):
this version is massively trimmed. it was originally ~21 minutes long and consisted of R&B being mighty and powerful gods. this version makes them sound more composed than they actually are (in each other’s presence).
if you guys really like this, we can put up the complete version, too. let us know what you think! AND THANKS AGAIN, WE LOVE YOU! ♥
It’s our birthday! And you know what that means? CAKE! (The food. Not the band. Although both are marvelous and welcome at any party.
Except maybe a wake. But that’s morbid and this isn’t that kind of party.)
For those of you who have been with us since the beginning, thank you for your ongoing support, and for those of you who joined us recently or somewhere along the way, thank you, too! Honestly, we probably would not have continued DLFLN for this long if it wasn’t for your appreciation and sense of humor. We do it for you as much as (or more than) we do it for ourselves.
So from the both of us here at DLFLN, thank you and please party responsibly :D
~B. and R.
Hey everyone, this is R.
Sorry for putting this on your dash, but we here at DLFLN have received a few comments regarding racism, most recently in response to my “thank you” graphic and the fact that it only featured white princesses. I just thought I would take this opportunity to address all of these comments, and I decided that this was something that should be posted for future reference.
Firstly, I’m not white. I’m Indian and Nepalese, and proud of it. Racism is one of the stupidest concepts created by mankind, and I am by no means a proponent of it. (To be clear, by bringing up my ethnicity I do not mean to say that Caucasian=racist. What I do mean is that I have grown up with and cultivated a perspective that celebrates diversity.) I make it a point to be respectful and accepting of all people, no matter their background.
When I made this graphic, it was to parody the Beatles’ “Abbey Road” album cover. I put a lot of thought into this graphic (as I do for all of them) and was not using it to showcase any racism. That was not, and never would be, my intention. I selected the four original Disney princesses for this graphic, and they simply happened to be white.
Of course, all this holds true for B. as well. You all are just hearing from me because I actually made the graphic, so I felt it would be best for you to hear my side. Again, sorry for cluttering your dash, but I felt this needed to be said.
is this real? like, really really real?
guys, we owe it all to you. we’ve only come this far because you all lent us your support and love for Disney (and debauchery… just saying).
as always, this is for you :)
~ B. and R.
(background image from here)
Thanks as always for your support! Just wanted to remind you about our brother site, disneygentsfromlastnight. Although the primary focus is the Gents, there are still some funny posts that relate to the Ladies!
Happy Pi Day!