I choose you! Snow White!
My roommate is a total Jafar.
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I can show you the world. But first I gotta vote.
The official voting period ends Tuesday September 30, 2014 at 10:00AM so get your votes in now.
Seriously though, Lion King 17 really ties up some loose ends.
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It seems a lot less weird that they’re not wearing pants in the live version.
The best thing about cartoon prostitutes is that they only accept fake money.
Forgotten Disney Princesses - DRAWFEE SHOW
Caldwell and Nathan draw Forgotten Disney Princesses on this week’s Drawfee Show!
There are two sides to every happily ever after.
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Mirror, mirror on the wall who’s the fairest of them all?
This is what happens when Snow White trades in poisonious apples for Big Macs and starts hanging out with Selfie, Lazy, and Sloth (Disney forgot to mention those dwarfs.) The drawing is part of Jose Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros "DisHollywood" series and features Disney characters doing things like snorting coke, hanging out with Michael Myers, and other weird stuff. But back to Snow White, what happened guuurl?!
"Loudly explaining the ride to my child should make this more fun for everyone!"
1. Ariel Goes On A Bunch Of Failed Dates With ‘Finance’ Mermen
At the start of The Little Mermaid, 16-year-old Ariel (!!) is already jaded by her underwater surroundings and is desperate to roam the earth with the humans, and instantly falls in love with a Handsome Prince after seeing that he has a dog, a statue of himself, and isn’t a direct asshole in the 4 seconds she’s around him. But why is Ariel so immediately-infatuated with Eric and completely uninterested in her own species?
There’s an answer: The original cut of the film actually included a 15-minute “dating montage” where Ariel reluctantly goes on dates with a series of lame sea dudes, including a ‘Finance Merman’ who spends a the whole dinner explaining shell-trading, a seahorse from Flounder’s intramural softball team (who’s not bad just kinda non-talkative and boring), and a recently-divorced marlin who doesn’t get any of Ariel’s early-80s cultural references.
The Rorschach Test of logos!
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The Internet loves imagining Disney Princesses in other fantasy universes — Star Wars, the Marvel Universe, Doctor Who, and, yes, Game of Thrones. But what if the beloved animated Princesses actually were on Game of Thrones? The real question isn’t who they would be or what they would do in Westeros, it’s "how long they would survive before getting axed by the trigger-happy George R.R. Martin?"
In honor of the Season 4 Finale, we’ve taken a good, hard look at the pantheon of Disney Princesses, and estimated how long they could stick it on the show before getting Ned Stark’d: