My Favourite Princesses
Pocahontas is taking the picture, Mulan is too shy and Tiana is hopping around in a bayou somewhere.
Alot of these kind of articles have been popping up like daisies lately, so I thought "Why not?" -- Though mine will probably be so bad up against everyone elses, but I'll give it a try. I don't hate any of the Princesses, but there are some I like more so than others. I hope you enjoy my article and hope you agree with some of it. This will be from least favourite to most! Btw, I did NOT take looks into account when I made this. This is based purely on personality and stuff like that.
On to the list..
"I'm a sexier frog than you'll EVER be!!"
I HATE TIANA!!!! *Rips my hair out*
..Just kidding. I need to see her movie before I have a full opinion on her! She sounds okay though. From what others have said it seems that she works hard and strives to achieve her goals, which is a very admirable trait. But, again, I need to see her movie -- I'll see it someday!!
"Ma lipgloss be poppin', ma lipgloss be cool."
Aurora is absolutely beautiful, but I don't really care how someone looks.. if I like them I like them. She's also extremely lucky to have someone like Phillip to serenade her as she sleeps. (I hope he doesnt do other stuff..) Anyway, I honestly don't have much of an opinion on Aurora.. she's just.. Aurora. I neither like nor dislike her, she's okay. But she is so sweet that you just HAVE to adore her. You just have to sympathize with her as it's very doubtful she's had any contact with anyone for the first 15 years of her life, except with a bunch of overweight fairies. (Don't kill me, I love them)
"Oooh a sexy man!"
Probably the most unique Princess in the lineup. Well, she is a mermaid afterall. I do like her but I think she's a bit silly and selfish, but that's just my opinion. Sorry if you don't agree. For all she knew, Eric could have cut her up and served her in the restaurant or put her in the sharktank at the local aquarium. Having said that, you can't help but want her to succeed on the task she's been set, because she's just a normal teenager in love.
"I'm just gonna braid my hair, then I'll jump off a cliff or something"
Some people could see Pocahontas a bit dull, which is understandable. I'm not really sure to be honest. I think it's cute how she's a little intimidated by John Smith's presence at first, but then opens up to him and finds the love of her life. You never know what you might find when you're hopping on stones near a waterfall (in this case, a man with a gun) but because of Pocahontas' noticeable beauty, he didn't shoot. (So does this mean Pocahontas would have been shot if she was ugly?!?!) But anyway, I love how she establishes peace at the end of her movie and I admire her bravery. She teaches John Smith about the value of nature and the woman JUMPS OFF CLIFFS!! Mad, I tell you! Amazing, but mad. If the generation of today looked up to strong characters like Pocahontas instead of (insert any Disney star here) then maybe the world would be a better place!
#5 Snow White
"I laugh in the face of danger! .. HOLY MOTHER OF GOD IT'S A TREE!!!!!!!
Aww. Snow White. I feel that she hardly gets enough love around here. Many people dislike her (which is understandable actually) - she's like marmite really. Well I love marmite and I also love Snow White. Okay that high-pitched voice that sounds like one of the mice from Cinderella is highly annoying, but other than that Snow is an adorable character, who is different from all the other Princesses in the sense that she is just much younger. Well, she looks and acts it anyway... as 'Straggy' said - "WHERE ARE YOUR BOOBS WOMAN?!?" - But anyway, Snow White was the first Princess and none of the others would be here if it wasn't for her and her movie. A classic.
KICK-ASS!!!!! 'Nuff said.
Mulan is a very relatable character because she is insecure and feels like she isn't good enough for the world. She's a brave heroine who sets out to join the army to save her father's life and to bring honor to her and her family. I think she sees family as the most important thing and she's the only Princess who has both her mother and father alive throughout the movie. Her ultimate goal is successful when the whole of China bow down to her and she proves herself worthy of being in the Fa family. A very honorable woman. She kicks butt.
Inside her sweet outer shell is a volcano waiting to erupt.
Jasmine is by far the most beautiful Princess in my opinion, but she's not my favourite. Well, nearly. She's in the top 3! I never used to like Jasmine all that much but lately I've come to like her alot. Her sassiness is just plain awesome. She's hot and she KNOWS it. She's not by any means stuck up, otherwise she wouldn't fall for a streetrat, but she definately knows she looks good. She is NOT a prize to be won! She's almost like the Whomping Willow from Harry Potter - if you disturb her, you'll no longer have any limbs.
"I'm not into beastiality. I swear!"
I've always loved Belle and I feel that her love has kinda faltered a bit on this website. Some would describe her as "boring" but I disagree, I think she's far from it. She's very brave, which is admirable. The only person she can talk to properly is her father who she's very loyal to, which I love about her. Family is my most important thing in the world and it seems it's also her main priority aswell. She's very relatable as a character in general; she's the only Princess who we see interested in a book, which sends out a good message to young children. She fell in love with a Beast and earned his love in return, proving that looks aren't what makes a person beautiful. Very honorable.
My all time favourite Princess is Cinderella! I've loved her since I first saw her movie (though to be honest I admire her more now than I ever did) - I love how she never gives up hope even in the most dire of circumstances. She's definately the most iconic of all the Princesses and basically everyone in the World knows her. She was Walt's favourite at the time but she's also my favourite too. I hate the merchandise version of her though.. she ISN'T Barbie-Blonde and she most certainly doesn't have a blue dress! IT'S SILVER! Anyway, I won't bore you all with an essay, I can't really explain why I like her. I just do. She's the girl who lost her slipper and went from rags to riches. Very inspirational, even if she is a cartoon character. Her voice (both speaking and singing) is lovely and kind of reminds me of Judy Garland. I think she has the most realistic body of all the Princesses. I love her moments of sass as it's nice to see that she's not completely emotionally-wrecked because of her step family's abuse. I also love at the end how she almost can't wait to see her Stepmother's reaction when she says "I have the other slipper!" - Ok I should just go and revise for my exams or something now, instead of talking about Cinderella!
"Guess who's got the other slipper bitch?!"