Umm, I'm not sure if you are simply being crude, or you mean something else by that. I mean, why not Anna? :P
I think that Jennifer Lee just has that kind of humour from what I've seen of her... I have no idea why the person in the comments described (god my are we even having this discussion?) Elsa's breasts (I'm saying the proper word) as "jiggly". Is that a thing? I've never seen anything like that in the film. Nor was I looking.
Well, dear Watson, it's simple really. Our interactions across this website have provided some useful information about your fondness of a certain film and its characters. Your profile also helps with this little "investigation". Your userbox has much to say, but your profile pic is the one that cracks the case!
Hopefully I did okay, I'm not too familiar with Sherlock (I haven't read the book or seen the TV series) :(
Are we talking Benedict Cumberbatch here? That's a really good take on it, though not done in the style as we are talking here (See the Epic Rap Battle - Batman vs. Sherlock - for that) :-)
Hmm, see I think that I've hinted at this in the past, and waited to see how you talk about the characters. My first guess would be Olaf... Based on what I have seen from your writings. Out of Elsa and Anna, I have no clue as to which one appeals more to you.
Update on my musings: it's just occurred to me how much I do go on about Elsa... My "sassy" and "mischievous" comments... And then there's that image I told you about Dragonboy, and how I was so, I don't know, upset by it... And I guess my profile speaks for itself.
So, am I right Dragonboy? I have an Olaf keyring :D
For me, I...don't know, they're both so great! I'll give props to Anna though, since I love her awkward, fun, quirky personality :D I completely relate to Elsa though, so Anna and Elsa both win the prize for me :)
It really is a tough call. But like I said, no essay! It's too late for that. I'll let you guess the time where I am. Could I just say that I hope my whole admiration of Elsa doesn't come off as weird... I don't how else to say it, other than I struggle to make sense of a lot of stuff myself, including that more or less. What I know at present is that through Elsa, things are made easier for me. I can get through the day better by just thinking about her, and Frozen in general. That's the simplest way I can find to say it.
I bid you a good night gentlemen. I have to be part of a Sixth form assembly tomorrow as to why people should vote in the upcoming general election ^^ Yey for politics!
It's not too late where I am, but I feel tired already :/. And no, admiring Elsa isn't strange at all. Film is meant to be a medium where you can connect to the characters to that extent. If that's supposed to be weird, I don't want to be normal :)
Good night though, mate. I'll be taking my leave as well. Lovely chatting with both of you ^^. I look forward to seeing that blog, Jjuser :)
Hey, haha, I was asleep by 9:00pm yesterday, so a slightly earlier than usual ;-) And hence my absence too.
I wouldn't call it weird, but like I say, it raises a lot of questions, as basically Frozen has for me. I would say for me that Frozen has been no less than life changing ^^ I could go into those questions, but I imagine that you already are aware of a few. Some other time maybe, when I myself have the answers :-)
Hmm, I may make such a blog too, most likely one for Elsa and one for Anna, because they are the characters I understand and can talk about/engage with the most. I think that Sven is deserving of one, and I could probably go on about Kristoff too. Something for the summer most likely; I leave school in just over two months, so if I get that out of the way first.
"I made it the truth" xD
And just noticed their background - they seem not to care for screen resolution. It's because all of the admins will have the biggest possible screens :D