Well I've been on fanpop (particularly Disney Princess) for a couple months now but out of all the các bài viết I've written i haven't told bạn a lot about me so with out further ado let me tell bạn about myself
My full name is Olivia Annabelle Fontaine hoặc O.A.F My birthday is August 28, 1998
What I look like...i guess I wear glasses but try to wear contacts when ever I can, I'm a blonde hoặc dirty blonde (depending on the light and season) I have brown eyes and I'm 15 I have a roundish face so people đã đưa ý kiến I looked like Lottie when I had my hair short now that it has grown back people say I look like...
There's no doubt to a single person on here that Snow White is sweet, optimistic, and caring, but there's really so much thêm to her, and I want to delve deeper into that here. Sorry for lack of pictures, I kind of just threw this together and wasn't in the mood to go searching for pictures.
I tình yêu how Snow White is confident, yet insecure at the same time. She's confident in the fact that she's not scared to go into the Dwarf's trang chủ and boss them around. She's quite assertive and doesn't strike me as a passive character whatsoever. If something isn't going the way she likes, she isn't scared...
Mkay. I know my prettiest princess danh sách is kind of full of unpopular opinions. XD I find them all pretty, but some thêm so than others. I'm going to put the I find the prettiest up for each princess.
Prettiest shot, bởi faaaar.
13. Snow White
She is cute, honestly. Yes, I do realize that she is only fourteen, and isn't supposed to look mature. I just really dislike her lips, her eye shape, and eye color. I do like her hair. I think her màu sắc have nice contrast, but I can't seem to get past the face shape and her other facial features.
Please note: I am not a Snow White hoặc Classic Era hater....
There's nothing hidden in your head, that the Sorting Hat can't see, so try it on and it'll tell you where you ought to be.
Since I'm a người hâm mộ of the Harry Potter book series, I've decided to start a series of interpreting Disney characters into the Hogwarts Houses. I'll be doing all the princesses and princes, and maybe some side characters and villains. This article'll just be the Classic Princesses, since the descriptions are going to be pretty lengthy and I doubt bạn guys could handle đọc another of my super long articles. If bạn don't like Harry Potter bạn might be a bit confused, but if bạn have basic knowledge of the houses you'll be fine. Oh, and all of this is just my opinion.
This idea started in the "What Birthday Do bạn Think Elsa and Anna Have?" poll, and while thinking of when I thought Elsa was born my stream of consciousness expanded to a theory of how she got her powers.
Paraphrasing what I đã đăng at the poll: Maybe Elsa was born on the night of the Winter Solstice (December in the Northern Hemisphere) during the Aurora Borealis and was somehow touched bởi the magic of their lights, and that's how she got their powers. I'll bet Anna was born in spring hoặc summer.
When bạn think about it, the opening song Nữ hoàng băng giá tim, trái tim just foreshadows every bit of the movie. "Watch...
I know a few older users have done this bài viết before, and after đọc them I wanted to do my own. Keep in mind that this is my opinion, so obviously you'll have different favourites. Just don't be rude about my choices. Enjoy! :)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: With a Smile and a Song
I tình yêu this scene, she puts a smile on my face everytime I watch it. The âm nhạc is cute, the động vật are cute, Snow White is cute. I tình yêu everything about this scene. Yeah. (I'm sorry, but I'm running out of things to say, bạn know)
bạn hear it all the time. Snow White is dumb, Lọ lem is weak, Aurora is boring. These vague, sweeping generalizations that are constantly applied to the Classic Princesses. I rarely hear these claims for other Pre-Renaissance heroines. Would any one call Alice boring? hoặc Marian weak? hoặc Anita dumb? Why do we normally aim these accusations at the princesses?
Perhaps it's because we've been raised in a different era. An era that scorns femininity and regularly throws terms like slut and floozy at any girl that steps outside our narrow ideals of what a woman should be? Isn't that terrifyingly...