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Tag Archives: disney princess
Today’s bit of Disney weirdness are sloths substituted for your favorite Disney Princess. Created by Buzzfeed’s talented illustrator Jen Lewis, these examples show an alternate reality where sloths have their own movies in place of Disney princesses. I think Lewis … Continue reading
If you recall how Disney’s Enchanted ended, Giselle (Amy Adams) ended up with her prince (Patrick Dempsey) and a successful career in fashion in the real world, while Adele Dazeem (played by Idina Menzel (I’m joking)) got her man in … Continue reading
You’ve seen Disney Hipster Princesses on YouTube, which was very funny and definitely made a point. It seems activist Disney Princesses are now becoming something of a meme. The latest is very talented Jenny Joslin from Tex Pats with Ariel … Continue reading
If I bought every item of merchandise that caught my attention in the last few years, I’d not only be broke, but would be buried up to my neck in hats, t-shirts, and Christmas ornaments. Disney World’s team in merchandise … Continue reading