This is Po from Kung Fu Panda.
He is literally an overweight
Who works at a fast food restaurant
With the worst luck
And yet becomes
Who still acts
Who still hates hiking
He uses his fat
To his advantage
And doesn’t let
His tragic past
This has been a Po appreciation post.
The notes make me happy because PO APPRECIATION
Anonymous asked: chief meet headcanon
As a small child, Hiccup would often hide — under the table or behind the thick draperies — hoping to pass unseen from the eyes of the large adults as they gathered for their meetings. Usually the tribesmen were loud and sometimes disorderly, but his father would always be there to put them into place and restore order.
He particularly remembered one time, when he was six — it was a meeting of Chiefs from various tribes, and it lasted for hours. They drank and talked and yelled and whispered, they argued plans and treaties, they spoke of uniting their peoples and warring.
Hiccup didn’t understand most of the conversations that were being held, but he did have quite a grasp on many of the subjects. He remember being caught and dragged back home, more often than not, and he remembered interrogating his father about things a small child shouldn’t be discussing.
He remembered looking at Stoick The Vast — as the man and Chief, not as his father — standing tall and strong among the other clansmen and leaders. It made him feel so small in comparison.
It made him wish that he could, someday, inspire this much awe in someone else. He wanted to be like him.
Now, as he catches his own daughter hiding under the tables or behind draperies in the Great Hall during meetings, he looks into those bright green eyes of hers — the eyes of his father staring right back at him behind red lashes — and wonders what she thinks of him.
He wonders what kind of effect he will have over his daughter, destined to be the next leader of their Tribe.
He pulls her to his arms and kisses her forehead. She laughs, and suddenly the small sound drowns out the calls of other men and other Chiefs in the background.
"Some day, little one, you’ll sit beside me at this very table. Then when the time comes, you will sit on my place… And if the Gods spare me some kindness, I will be the one sitting by your side.” She smiles at him, bringing her little arms around his neck. Holding on to her, he prays that he’ll be able to guide her through every step of this long way…
He then tickles her belly and loudly kisses her forehead a hundred times before setting her back on the cobblestone floor and ushering her away. “But for now — it’s dinner time! Go to your mom.”
AHH so cute! The idea of Hiccup having a daughter gives me too many feels :)
Aw, thank you! Yeah, same here. I just think he’ll look back at his own childhood, and think of so many things from back then…