Thursday, September 15, 2011

What Your Favorite Disney Princess Says About You.

Do you fantasize about arriving to your wedding in a horse drawn carriage, or is running around the house in heels normal for you? Before the days of 3D animation, we grew up watching a good old fashion fairy tale in front of the TV, probably while wearing a Belle or Cinderella t-shirt. Which Disney movie did you wear out in your VCR? Your favorite princess could have influenced the 20-something you are today.

Belle from Beauty and the Beast
Like Belle, you judge a guy by his personality and not merely what he looks like. Plus, you’ve always been a patient person and usually give people the benefit of the doubt. That sometimes leads you to get screwed, but your motto still remains, ‘The bigger the risk, the bigger the reward!’
Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
You’re a woman who can hold her own in a group of men. If you’re a Snow White, your fearless attitude will lead to a successful career because you’ve mastered the art of getting what you want. (Remember how Snow White forced those dwarfs to be clean and civilized?) Just beware of the Grumpies who you’ll inevitably bump into on your ascend to the top…deep down, they’re putty in your hands.
Ariel from The Little Mermaid
Like Ariel, you’re willing to create your own path to happiness. Your less conventional ideas may not always comply with your family’s expectations, but nevertheless, you get them to understand you–even if they don’t necessarily agree. And we have a sneaky feeling that you’re probably the best swimmer you know.
Jasmine from Aladdin
Jasmine has a penchant for doing the exact opposite of what people expect her to do, and admit it, you’ve got a streak of that in you, too. This minor dose of rebel allows you to think outside the box, making you brilliant at giving advice. How many times have your friends told you, ‘Why didn’t I think of that?’
Pocahontas from Pocahontas
Much like our beloved Native American princess, you have a firm appreciation for different cultures and a kickass sense of adventure. Riding a camel through the Egyptian dessert? You’re game. Going on an African safari? Even better. No one could ever accuse you of being boring.
Cinderella from Cinderella
Cinderella may have been dealt a crappy hand in life (dead parents followed by forced cohabitation with an evil step family), but like you, she’s not overwhelmed by the tough times. You both have a core group of loyal friends…and a closet filled with fabulous heels.
Disney Princess


Mich said...

Where's Aurora?!? :*(

Does It Even Matter said...

This post is brilliant....but unfortunately does not apply to my Where ever did you find this? :)

Peridot (G+P) said...

Pocahontas and Ariel. Both had really good songs.

Buh? No Aurora Rose? The quiz is biased XD