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Serenity Caldwell
Wearer of many hats. Writes the words, edits the editorials, doodles the drawings, rides on roller skates. (And advocates for alliteration, always.)
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Serenity Caldwell 9h
Update: It is now February and I am still obsessed with these behind-the-scenes peeks.
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Serenity Caldwell 23h
Replying to @Kreaton
Maybe it’s shock that a cute boy actually had enough brains to make you a nice list.
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 14
Replying to @Kreaton
But was the conversation as scintillating as the list? 🤔
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The Lovely Biertrix™️ Feb 13
Hits me in the feelings every time
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Katie Mack Feb 13
A fitting tribute to Opportunity by xkcd: (alt text: "Thanks for bringing us along.")
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 12
Replying to @drwave @tomcoates and 3 others
Dropping into this random conversation to note: Ordering “fries well” or “well done” at In ‘n Out makes all the difference.
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 9
Replying to @viticci
💙🎉
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 9
Replying to @calzone
I marathoned it while putting together some furniture and hard agree. Hilda is also cute and delightful if you’re in that mood.
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 9
I can’t speak to that, unfortunately. ?
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 8
Replying to @lindadong
SUCH feels. I made the mistake of watching it at work and.. 😭
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David Lally Feb 4
Many of you noticed that was animated on 2s and 3s, while the Bros were always animated on 1s! More than just being a yarn ball, we thought that if Purl’s motion was different from the Bros, that would make her even more of an outsider visually.
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 6
Replying to @jmrookard
Oh man! I do this anytime I have to interval train. It’s so motivating.
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 6
Decided to re-read ’s The Water Knife after recommending it to a friend, and it’s still just as great as the first time. Water rights + thriller = 🔥
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 5
Replying to @davcham9 @ismh
Ha ha ha ha no, but you’re sweet. :)
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 4
Replying to @thejessbeast
The only movie I ever walked out of.
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Philip Michaels Feb 4
Replying to @PhilipMichaels
I would like to take this opportunity to revisit my objections to the many inaccuracies in "Cats," as cats are not nearly as accomplished at singing and dancing as Andrew Lloyd Weber would have you believe.
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Philip Michaels Feb 4
Angry historians against Hamilton is the feud I didn't know I needed to read about.
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 4
Replying to @imyke
😐
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Serenity Caldwell Feb 4
I‘m feeling all the feelings right now.
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Cabel Feb 4
Replying to @cabel
(It's interesting to me because it's literally about Kristen Lester's experience in the field of animation — and it's from the studio that, up until recently, we associate most with John Lasseter. That takes some corporate guts and I like it.)
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