When we think of Disney princesses, we get flashbacks from our childhood and find ourselves in a magical place. We’ve all seen the Disney movies and many of us basically grew up on them. Our extremely delicate sentiments are attached to Disney and its characters. They were our first love when we didn’t even know what love meant. They taught us about dreams. A dream is a wish our heart makes. They taught us to chase those dreams and imagine. Imagine without boundaries. Imagine anything and believe in the unbelievable. Disney gave us songs like “colors of the wind” and “Hakuna Matata” that always cheered us up and lifted our spirits. They taught us to let go of the things that hold us back and take a stand for what’s right. To move forward in life and have faith in ourselves and our abilities.
All our lives we have been so deeply engrossed in this fantasy land of Disney that we might have missed out on some of the smallest barely noticeable, witty details about the Disney princesses. We didn’t know either before reading these hilarious tweets that made a point. Below are 14 tweets where people have noticed funny little facts about the Disney princesses that Disney may have included on purpose for us to find out as grown-ups and think that we have been living a lie.
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They were clueless about trust.
alladin: do u trust me— keith (@ghostkrogh) February 29, 2016
jasmine: i've only known you for 2 hours
a: so u don't wanna jump off this rooftop
j: lemme ask my tiger first
Disney has been oblivious about subtle things like building trust and getting to know people better before you marry them right after you’ve been introduced.
Violation of the law…
I like that in The Little Mermaid, Ariel & King Triton wouldn't violate a contractual obligation, but they murdered Ursula with a ship.— Brian Doyle (@WritePlay) June 4, 2015
Disney knew about the pandemic all along.
so you’re tellin me rapunzel was in quarantine all her life cause her mom was hiding her from CORONA pic.twitter.com/Urcimv6LWN— indy (@itsindysev) March 16, 2020
OH MY GOD! Another one! Guess Hollywood already knew about COVID-19. So many predictions have already been made, like in the Simpsons and others. Now, this! Wow! By the way, we can totally relate to Rapunzel these days. Quarantined in our homes, doctors protecting us from the coronavirus. Guess the vaccine would be like prince Eugene who would come and rescue us from our castles. Finally, life would return to normal one day and we’d go back to work.
Well, that’s a valid thing to be bothered about.
So, little mermaid isn’t really little, Huh!
I can show you the world. Shining, shimmering—Agrabah.
Aladdin: I can show you the world— tom (@pilau) January 14, 2020
Jasmine: lets go to New York!
Aladdin: hold on
Jasmine: then London
Jasmine: and then-
Aladdin: listen you wanna see Agrabah I can show you Agrabah
Okay, this one’s a bit creepy.
Belle: do you think I could use a cup that isn’t living?— Sassparilla (@Megatronic13) February 17, 2020
Mrs. Potts: Hahahaha
Mrs. Potts: Now kindly drink your tea from my son’s skull.
The girl and a dumb prince.
Cinderella is just a fairy tale about a guy being like 'I'm too drunk to remember her name. I know she had feet? Twitter do your thing.'— jeb (@LlamaInaTux) January 2, 2020
Will ignore all the things and just focus on dancing with the beautiful girl. No talkie, Only dancy.
Frozen 2: Not so frozen.
frozen teaser: lol look at the snowman— Akfamilyhome (@Akfamilyhome) February 13, 2019
frozen 1: let it go
frozen fever: let it go 2
the other frozen short: lol look at the snowman
frozen 2: Everything has changed. Climate change has declared war on Arendelle. Elsa prepares for the ultimate battle before she loses everythi
This tweet’s got a point.
Hey, were those bread and rolls fresh?
This kid’s a genius!
[watching the Little Mermaid]— NewDadNotes (@NewDadNotes) January 5, 2020
Daughter: why didn’t Ariel just write Prince Eric a note?
Me: maybe she didn’t know how to write.
Daughter: but she signed her name on Ursula’s contract.
Me: [frantically flipping through parenting book].
Wait a minute! You don’t say…
There is so much about The Little Mermaid that we don’t know.
If you play The Little Mermaid backwards, Ariel ditches her idiot boyfriend and gains the powers of Aquaman.— Wonderella (@wonderella) September 30, 2012
On the outside: Please don’t. On the inside: Please do.
mulan: i'm going to war instead of u— eli yield my time (@jazz_inmypants) February 12, 2020
her dad: no. i forbid this
her dad: but if u do there's a sword in the shed i'll leave the light on for u
mulan: ok i-
dad: armors there too. should fit perfect
Whoa! We’ll never see these movies the same way again. Let us know in the comments below if you have found some details that should be highlighted. Share it with your friends and family if you liked these tweets!