“The Land of the Remembered is an endless world. No ceiling, no floor, and always expanding. It’s inspired by and it incorporates elements of Mexican’s folk art, such as hearts and skulls. If you look closely, you can even see a guitar-shaped building hidden in the scene. This symbolizes Manolo’s true love for music.”
Someone who hasn’t seen Yowapeda please explain this.
i watch yowapeda and i still have little way to explain the blue haired asshole
The girl in glasses is pissed because the boy she likes is, apparently, sexually attracted to his bike .
well you’re not wrong