Lessons I (Unintentionally) Learned from Disney Princesses

20 Jun

Hello Reblog Thursday. Oh, you Disney Princesses…you make every little girl want to be one of you and every little boy want to hook up with Jasmine. Snow White, you really need to work on the hairdo…perhaps something a little more with the times. I have a special place for Cinderella but I think Sleeping Beauty would be the best one to marry. You would have the most freedom to play video games, watch sports, and whatnot due to her chronic sleeping habits. I think Merida would be the worst due to her hair and hard to understand accent…and her love of haggis. Gross.

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As a youngster, I recall demanding to wear a big frilly dress and a princess tiara anywhere I went. For my birthday, I wanted a pink unicorn to match my pink poofy dress and rhinestone diadem. Where did all of these silly obsessions and my fascination with all things princess stem from? From Disney movies of course! All little girls (and some little boys) grow up watching Disney movies religiously. The Disney princess stories are romanticized versions of falling in love and living happily ever after. Children (and sometimes adults) wind up dreamily following along as the princesses are swept off of their feet by a knight in shining armor and showered in the kind of wardrobe makeovers that would make a grown woman jealous. Each Disney classic also had a moral to go along with all the love and fashion goodness, and along with a taste for frill I have…

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4 Responses to “Lessons I (Unintentionally) Learned from Disney Princesses”

  1. Anisa June 20, 2013 at 9:04 AM #

    Merida is the bomb. She’s a badass mofo who is the only princess unconcerned about snagging a prince. Her hair kicks butt and she actually doesn’t like haggis at all. She’s the only Disney princess I want my young daughter to emulate.

    • Christopher De Voss June 20, 2013 at 9:23 AM #

      And she will turn you into a bear!

      • Anisa June 20, 2013 at 9:24 AM #

        Only to mend the bond. Nothing will sway me from my love for Merida.

  2. silkpurseproductions June 20, 2013 at 9:49 AM #

    Agreed, Merida rocks big time.

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