I have seen every disney princess movie known to exist (the sequels are an exception), and during all my time of watching I noticed a couple patterns. For instance, a princess`s hair color most often tells what kind of person they are:
Brown- the artistic type, who often gets lost in boeken and has a number of hobbies. ·Belle ·Repunzel
Blonde- with Elsa and Repunzel as the only exceptions, these princesses are an icoon of beauty and nothing else. Their only goal in life is to marry Prince charming and are the reason meer feminist icons, like Merida from Brave need to be created. ·Cinderella ·Aurora...
In order to forget about everything, Merida decided to play with the babies. They sure didn't mind her company because they LOVED her! She tickled Mace's feet and he laughed. She chased Ping around the room and he laughed. It wasn't long before she was door Mace to play with his toys. Although, Ping tried to bring alittle competition door bringing over HIS toys. "Let's not fight now. I'll play with both of yer toys!" Merida handled calmly yet sweetly. Pocahontas smiled as she looked inside Mace's room.
She walked into the keukentje, kitchenette where she saw Mulan sadly puzzled. "Is everything alright?" she...
Recently, I saw a enquête on this club about which House Rapunzel would be in at Hogwarts, which got me thinking about that vraag in relation to all the princesses. I’m an avid Harry Potter fan, so I figured I would lend my unique insights on the matter to all of u lovely people.
But before I begin my analyses, it’s time for some disclaimers!
1. About the Houses. Here’s how I tend to think of the Houses of Hogwarts. (Note: I will be saying the most about Slytherin, since Slytherin is most often distorted.)
I might slip a cuss word of two, you've been warned. As usual, I'm just going to cut to the chase.
13. Merida I'm aware of the good things zei about Merida, but there are just so many other things that turn me off. Like making an anti-princess Princess was boringly unoriginal on Pixar's part and she basically gives a middle finger to her predecessors and to girly girls in general. To sum it up, I'm just sick of the tough girl archetype she represents.
12. Aurora I feel like there are Aurora fans who overanalyze her character, basing their interpretation on extremely minor factors....
I have a massive headache, so I'm going to go into full detail with these. I'm going to lijst them off, and if u would like me to explain in the commentaren on why something is placed where it is, I'd be glad to.
1: Cinderella 2: Aurora 3: Elsa 4: Anna 5: Mulan 6: Belle 7: Merida 8: Rapunzel 9: Pocahontas 10: Ariel 11: Tiana (Getting hate for putting her this low and under Ariel, oops) 12: Snow White 13: Jasmine
My top, boven three are kind of weird, after noticing it. Two older Princesses and the newest one up there.
1: Rapunzel and Eugene/Flynn 2: Aurora and Phillip 3: Pocahontas and...