Little Girl’s Brutally Honest Thoughts On Disney Love Stories Are So Accurate

The best thing about being a kid is living in a world wrapped in a big ball of innocence.

But not this little girl. Her innocence died a long time ago.

Tooth Fairy? Not real. Santa? You gotta be kidding. Disney-style romance? Get out of town.

We don’t know how old she is, but when this girl was quizzed by one of her parents about a couple, shegave the most depressing reply.

I’ve seen this before and it isn’t pretty. You don’t want to know. They’ll kiss on the mouth and plan about having kids, then they’ll break up and get a divorce.

They’ll get old and no one will care for them. Happy at the beginning, dead at the end.

Wow.

Who hurt you, little girl?

The ominous take on life was revealed in a string of messages which have found their way to Imgur.

One of the girl’s parents said,

I am so proud of my daughter for not having bought into the Disney Princess romance story… My work here is done.

By work, do you mean shattered remains of a happy human?

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Muppets Most Wanted Teaser

The Muppets is always popular online, so it’s no surprise that the new trailer for Muppets Most Wanted has quickly gone viral. Already, the new preview for the feature film which debuts in March 21, 2014 has amassed over 850,000 hits.

 

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You’ll Love Winnie-The-Pooh’s New Friend Almost As Much As Pooh Loves Honey

Ive always been a big fan of Winnie-the-Pooh.

As a kid, I loved watching all of Pooh Bears adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood, and I think its safe to say this Disney character will always have a special place in my heart.

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Lunch Break: 17 Funny Memes To Distract You From Reality

You deserve to live a little. 

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Little Girl Adorably Puts Gaston In His Place At Disney World

Little Girl Adorably Puts Gaston In His Place At Disney World

As everyone who has seen the hit Disney movie Beauty and the Beast knows, Gaston is an egotistical misogynistic pig who can only think about his good looks and marrying the most beautiful girl in town, Belle. Disney does a great job at Disney World working with actors to truly play the characters from their films. Naturally, Gaston in real life is just as brutish and self absorbed as he is in the movie.

But when little Isabella met Gaston she wasn’t having any of his nonsense. She adorably to him the truth that Belle would marry the Beast and live happily ever after without him. 

This adorable video has only gone viral now with over 1.5 million new views!

  

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25 Years of Disney in One Glorious Mashup

A wonderfully edited mashup by Lindsay McCutcheon of almost every Disney animated movie since 1989, set to the song “Pop Culture” by Madeon. Check out the list of featured films below:

The Little Mermaid
Beauty and the Beast
Aladdin
The Lion King
Pocahontas
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Hercules
Mulan
Tarzan
Fantasia 2000
The Emperor’s New Groove
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Lilo & Stitch
Treasure Planet
Brother Bear
Home on the Range
Tangled
Winnie the Pooh
Frozen
Big Hero 6

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Disney World Is Awesome… But It’s The Janitors There That Really Blow Me Away. WOW.

At Disney World, even the janitors are magical. As a janitor (a.k.a., a custodial guest) at Disney World, this girl gets to help keep the happiest place on earth nice and tidy. She sweeps the streets… but she can do much more than just that. She and the other members of her custodial guest team can do quite a special trick for the other guests at the park. Just give them a mop and bucket, and you’ll see.

The janitors there aren’t just janitors.

They can “paint” Disney characters using just a bucket of water and a broom or mop.

Each of them can draw about 15-20 characters.

“Sometimes for fun, we would go up against each other in “drawing battles” and let the audience decide who wins.”

Practice makes perfect! “I once visited Disneyland, and saw the local custodians doing water art and I asked if I could try. They didn’t know I was from Disney World…”

After dark, she would practice different characters.

Like Simba here!

Stitch was a frequently requested character.

As were all of the Disney classics, like Donald Duck.

Lady, her favorite character, wasn’t too popular with the younger generation.

Many janitors had their own “signature characters” that other custodians wouldn’t draw, like Mike from Monsters Inc.

Or Carl from Up.

Source: Reddit Even though many of the employees at Disney World were seasonal or temporary, they enjoyed embracing their roles there and learning as many characters to draw as they could. Hundreds of people would gather to watch them create water art… it’s an amazing part of the job! Share their unique talents with others by clicking on the button below.

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13 Easy Makeup Tutorials To Channel Your Favorite Disney Princess

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1. Anna from Frozen

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What you’ll need: Copper, black, and light and dark brown eyeshadow, a loose white shimmer eye shadow (Steamfaerie uses Sugarpill Cosmetics Loose Eyeshadow in “Lumi”), a brown eyebrow pencil, bright pink lip shade, and a rosy blush.

How to do it: Apply the blush liberally to the apples of your cheeks. For your eyes, use copper and gold colors. Use the copper color on your lids up to your crease and use the darker brown to fill in your eye creases. Fill in your eyebrows with the brown pencil and use black shadow as a liner along the top lid to give the effect of thick lashes. Pat white shimmer to inner corners of your eyes and apply ample amounts of mascara. Use a bright pink lip shade and voila!

Watch the full tutorial by blogger Kota here.

2. Ariel from The Little Mermaid

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What you’ll need: Light Champagne, white, and coral eyeshadows, brown liquid eyeliner, black mascara, and a bight red lip color.

How to do it: After applying foundation to skin, sweep the champagne shadow on the eyelid and the white shadow up to the brow. Then apply coral colors to the eye crease. Apply eyeliner as thinly and as close the the lash line as possible. Then add mascara (falsies optional), and finalize with a bright lip.

Watch the full tutorial by blogger Goldie Starling here.

3. Aurora from Sleeping Beauty

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What you’ll need: Nikkie uses this Viseart Eye Shadow Palette for much of the tutorial, as well as white eye liner, false eyelashes, and a light pink blush.

How to do it: Apply your makeup base and then define your crease with colors from the eye palette and connect it with the lower lash line. Use the champagne shadow on your inner corners. Run the white eyeliner along your lash lines to make your eyes pop. Finish up with false eyelashes and a light pink blush.

Watch the full tutorial by blogger Nikkie here.

4. Belle from Beauty and the Beast

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What you’ll need: Black shadow (to be used as eyeliner,) white eyeliner, a coral blush, false lashes, and a rose tinted lip stain.

How to do it: First, apply the appropriate foundation. Then apply the blush to the apples of your cheeks, followed by filling in your brows, applying the same blush to your lids (as if it were an eyeshadow,) and applying a soft liner with the black shadow. Line the waterline and the inner eye corners with white eyeliner. Top it all off with the rose lip stain.

Watch the full tutorial by blogger Klaire De Lys here.

5. Cinderella from Cinderella

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What you’ll need: Black liquid liner, a dark brown shadow for eyebrows and lower lash line, Urban Decay “Tease” fake eyelashes, and “Exposed” by TART lip stain.

How to do it: Fill your eyes from lash to brow in a light beige shadow, then apply white eyeliner along the water line. Apply soft brown shadow to the bottom lid and a black liquid liner to the top. Watch the full tutorial blogger by Kandee Johnson here.

6. Elsa from Frozen

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What you’ll need: The Urban Decay Deluxe Shadow Box, a black liquid liner, black mascara, a pink blush, and a bright pink lip stain.

How to do it: Apply the appropriate foundation and concealer. Using the beige color from the palette, cover the entire lid up to the brow. Then add purple and pink shadow to the lid, finalizing the eye with a sparkly pink shadow to the inner corners. Use the liquid black liner thickly and closely to the lash line. Lastly, apply blush, lip stain, and ample mascara.

Watch the full tutorial by blogger Disney Inspirations here.

7. Jasmine from Aladdin

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What you’ll need: Both light and dark coral blushes, a brown shadow palette, black liquid eyeliner, a black mascara, and a deep pink lip stain.

How to do it: First, apply a foundation base with the dark coral blush just below the cheek bone and the lighter coral above. When applying the array of brown shadows, use champagne for the crease, copper for the inner corners, and bronze for the outer corners of the eye. Then fill in brows with a dark brown matte eyeshadow. In a dramatic, cat-eye, apply liquid eyeliner and top it with ample amounts of mascara. Finally, apply a bright pink lip stain and your look is complete!

Watch the full tutorial by blogger Mandy here.

8. Merida from Brave

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What you’ll need: Urban Decay shadows “Sin,” “Naked,” “Buck,” “Smog”, and “Virgin,” a bright brown eye liner pencil, fuchsia blush, bronzer, and a light pink lip balm.

How to do it: Fill in your eyebrows with the brown shadow, then apply the second-lightest beige shadow to eye lid. Then apply the next brown shade to your creases and the lightest beige to your brow line and inner corners. Use the brown eye pencil along the top and bottom lash line and apply mascara. Finish it off with blush on the apples of your cheeks, bronzer just below the cheek bone, and the light pink balm. Voila!

Watch the full tutorial by blogger Bethany here.

9. Mulan from Mulan

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What you’ll need: Light foundation, white cream makeup, mineral powder, a light pink blush, a light to dark purple eyeshadow palette, black eyeliner, and a red lipstick/lipgloss

How to do it: Apply the light foundation thickly and evenly, followed by the mineral powder to solidify. Lightly dust the apples of your cheeks with the light pink blush. For the eyes, use the medium shade of purple on the lid and the lightest shade from crease to brow. Use the darkest purple in the crease and outer corners, as well as brimming the lower lash line. Use an ample amount of eyeliner to get Mulan’s cat-eye look, then top it all off with a bold, red lip.

Watch video blogger PixieDustTutorial’s video here.

10. Pocahontas from Pocahontas

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What you’ll need: Too Faced Natural Eye Shadow Palette, dark eyebrow pencil, bronze metallic shadow, white eyeliner, mascara, bronzer, and a pinkish-brown lip gloss.

How to do it: Apply foundation and fill in brows with the dark brown pencil. Apply the second-darkest brown from the palette over your entire lid and the darkest under your bottom lash line. Dab the metallic shadow on the top of your lids using your finger. Using the lightest shadow in the palette, apply to the inner corners of your eyes. Use the white eye liner along the water line and apply the darkest brown shadow (used here as a liner) along both the upper and lower lash line. Finally, apply ample mascara. Use the bronzer between the jaw and cheek bone and top it off with a pinkish-brown lip gloss.

Watch Dope2111’s full tutorial here.

11. Rapunzel from Tangled

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What you’ll need: A brown eyebrow pencil, CS Palette colors “Rosy Nude,” “White,” “Brown,” and “Black,” white eyeliner, false lashes, light pink blush, and a light pink lip gloss.

How to do it: First apply the appropriate base foundation to match your skin, then fill in your eyebrows with the brown pencil. Using the “Nude” shadow, apply from crease of the eye to the brow, followed by “Rosy Nude” on the eyelids and the dark brown shade in the eye crease. Line the waterline of your bottom lids with the white liner and apply the black shadow to lash line as an eyeliner. Top off the look with a light pink blush and lipgloss and you’re ready to meet your Prince Charming!

Watch the full tutorial by YouTube makeup artist Promise Tamang here.

12. Snow White from Snow White

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What you’ll need: A black eyebrow pencil, the Sleek Au Naturel Palette, Urban Decay Naked Palette, black eyeshadow, white eyeliner, false lashes, light pink blush, and a bright red lipstick.

How to do it: Apply foundation heavily and fill in eyebrows darkly with the black eyebrow pencil. Apply the lightest eye shadow from lid to brow and the next darker to lid. Highlight the inner corners of eye with the white liner, as well as run it along the water line. Use the darker eyeshadow to fill in the crease of eye, but very thinly as to make it amplify the look of your eyelashes, not the depth of your eye. Use the black eyeshadow as liner and apply thinly along the top eye lid. Apply the fake eyelashes and use ample amounts of mascara. Apply the light pink blush to the apples of your cheeks and top it all off with a bright red lip!

Watch the full tutorial by blogger Emma Pickles here.

13. Tiana from The Princess and the Frog

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What you’ll need: Brown eyebrow pencil, brown matte shadow, black liquid liner, a toasted almond blush, and a bright red lipstick.

How to do it: First, apply the appropriate foundation followed by filling in the eyebrow with the pencil. Apply the brown matte shadow from lid to brow, but apply more heavily on the lid for a slight fade effect. Use the black liquid liner very thinly across the top lash line with a dramatic tail at the end. Apply the blush and the bright red lip and you’re all set to kiss your frog!

Get the full tutorial by blogger Colouredbeautiful here.

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16 Fascinating Things You Didn’t Know About Maleficent

Disney’s baddest broad has an incredible past.

We first saw Maleficent onscreen in Disney’s 1959 adaptation of the Sleeping Beauty fairytale.

16 Fascinating Things You Didn’t Know About Maleficent

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1. Eleanor Audley, the actress who voiced the animated Maleficent also voiced Lady Tremaine (aka the Evil Stepmother) in Cinderella and Madame Leota in Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion attraction.

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2. The name “Maleficent” is a derivative of the Latin word maleficentia, meaning “evil-doing.”

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3. Audley acted out her scenes in costume, which inspired the final design for her character.

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4. The flame-like detailing of Maleficent’s robes were based off of a medieval Czech illustration legendary Disney illustrator Marc Davis came across in his household collection of art.

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5. Maleficent’s collar was designed to have a “bat-like” appearance.

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6. And unsurprisingly, her horns were based right off the devil “so she would frighten everybody half to death.”

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But with a live-action version of Sleeping Beauty told from Maleficent’s perspective set to be released, we haven’t seen the last of the Mistress of All Evil…

16 Fascinating Things You Didn’t Know About Maleficent

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7. Tim Burton was originally in the running to direct the live-action Maleficent.

Tim Burton was originally in the running to direct the live-action Maleficent.

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8. Angelina Jolie had a HUGE role in developing Maleficent’s on-screen look for the live-action movie. Her horns were made by artisans who specialize in fetishware.

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9. Jolie wore several different versions of the horns throughout the movie because she could have broken her neck with the heaviest version of the horns.

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10. One version of the horns was magnetic and could pop off Jolie’s head.

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11. Lady Gaga’s look in her music video for “Born This Way” inspired the prosthetic cheekbones Jolie wore for the film.

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12. And the contacts she wore while filming were based off of goat eyes, which have horizontal pupils.

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13. Jolie developed her voice for the role while giving her children a bath.

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14. Jolie’s daughter Vivienne plays a younger version of Aurora (Sleeping Beauty) in the movie because she was not afraid of her mother’s scary look in costume.

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15. And two of her other children, Pax and Zahara, have cameos in the christening scene as young royalty.

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16. Jolie reportedly hand-selected pop songstress Lana Del Rey to cover “Once Upon A Dream” for the new film.

Consider yourselves educated, you fools!

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correction

In the most evil of mistakes, an earlier version of this post had the release of “Sleeping Beauty” listed as 1957. The movie was released in 1959.

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This Little Girl With Down Syndrome Sings The Best Cover Of Let It Go. AWW.

Since it’s release almost a year ago, there have been about million covers of the anthemic ballad “Let it Go” from Disney’s wildly popular animated film Frozen.

Actually, probably more like a million and a half. With each new incarnation of the empowering song, originally sung by cast member and Broadway icon Idina Menzel, is a fresh attempt to out-cute the one before it. And they all melt away in comparison to this little girl’s perfect rendition. Take a look!

 

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Even better than the original.

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