"Many people say Ariel is selfish, but I disgress. To me, someone selfish is someone who is self-centered and put their own interests above others, not mattering if may hurt someone or not. Ariel is not selfish, she is impulsive doesn't think before she acts, meaning that (unlike someone selfish) she doesn't realize her actions are going to hurt her father and sisters.
When she made the deal with Ursula, she was terribly sad with her father - and with reasons! So her mind was fogged and she probably thought, like a normal teenager, Triton hated her and/or...
Looking at these results, I can understand why some Princesses appeal to the general public more. A total of 18 users took part in this countdown and I averaged out the rankings. I included Anna and Elsa because I think they are both such fun characters to analyze. Anyway, the title says it all, enjoy! :)
Some people have the same type of relationship Merida and Elinor share. I argue with my mom all the time, ALL THE TIME. Though I can't say I really relate to Merida's personality and I wouldn't do anything Merida does. I might think about wanting to change what's coming...
Pocahontas and John Smith -smacks Disney- NO HISTORICAL ACCURACY GOSH GO AWAY and er, I just really saw no chemistry or love between them.
Ariel and Eric I felt like their love was quite shallow, like she was all like "Dayum, he's fine. Lemme become human so I can kiss that boy!" and while he was kind, and she witnessed it, I just didn't feel it was real.
Snow White and The Prince This is basically again because of a lack of chemistry. I found it quite heroic that he saved her, but she was like, what? 14 (I think)? So I always was a little uncomfortable with that.