Thursday, December 29, 2011

Lessons I've learned. . . From Disney Movies

Snow White
Don't take apples from strangers if they are older women, but if the stranger is a young man who jumps over the fence/stone wall and sings to you once, then kisses you in your sleep later, then you can ride off into the sunset with him.

Guys like girls with small feet who talk to rodents all day.

Alice in Wonderland
Nothing really, except that flowers are very judgmental.

Peter PanIt's okay to run away from home, and those pirates who outnumber you? Go ahead and fight them, they are really just a bunch of idiots.

Sleeping Beauty
 I've always wondered why they didn't just wait till the day after she turns 16 to do celebrate.
Anyway, again, talking to strangers is okay if they are handsome and sing to you.

The Sword in the Stone
Shirking your chores and responsibilities is okay if you are told to do it by a senile old man with a talking owl.

The Jungle Book
The most dangerous animals in the jungle aren't really, say, tigers, leopards, bears, no they are monkeys. The tiger runs away scared when you wave a sparking branch in his face and the leopards and bears are trying to put you back in the village, not eat you.

The Little Mermaid
Disobeying your parents will convince them that you deserve what you want.

 And there are many others of course not included here... anyway I hope you get a kick out of this.

*I enjoy all of these movies, I just have a very sarcastic sense of humor and can't believe how many Disney films center around running away from home.


    1. Hahaha! I loved this! My sister did a similar post a few weeks ago, and her take on Snow White was quite similar to yours! Hers for Sleeping Beauty was something akin to "Don't play with sharp things, you never know what might happen---like a coma." :)

    2. Glad you enjoyed it, Miss Dashwood! :)


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