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Just wondering if those films actually taught you anything as a child (or adult)
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Just wondering if those films actually taught you anything as a child (or adult)
Kindness is rewarded with kindness.
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Just wondering if those films actually taught you anything as a child (or adult)
Whatever happens. I will fall in love and live happily after
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When I was 12, just thinking about the lion king I basically understood the nitrogen cycle/transfer of energy in the food chain in a very basic way, by applying the 'circle of life" speech by mufasa to real life n that n trying to figure out what It meant, hadn't previously studied it just thought a lot lol.
Also learnt to not dwell too much on the past from the lion king lol
Just gotta keep going but not completely forget it, rather learn from it to build upon yourself

Lion king FTW.


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Probably that if something bad happens, its not the end of the world. There is always a resolution that will put you on the path that you want. Like in Disney films there is always something bad that happens but its always happy in the end - eg Bambi's mom dying, Elsa being outcast, Cinderella being a slave. Helps particularly through exam stress :')
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Mulan/Frozen- Don't wait for a man
Snow White/ Rapunzel- Wait for a man

^ What to do? :rolleyes:

Edit: Okay seriously... I'd say the best Disney film I've watched is Mulan (a little biased as it's probably my favourite). She was incredibly courageous and as a young(er) child it made me think more.
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Frozen

YYou may find love with your partner but your family will always love you no matter what
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Beauty and the beast taught me to not judge a book by its cover, which I do more than I would like so I think now I judge less than I used too

Lion King taught me to face the things I've been hurt by, it's so much easier to just try and forget them but I think facing them has made me stronger as a person
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Well I've got a few:

The role given to you is not your role as a person. Be your own hero. (Wreck-it-Ralph)

Strength isn't defined by the might of your hand, but the might of your heart. (Frozen)

Life happens. Embrace it, live it. It's yours. (Bambi)

Wishing on stars is nice, but that star needs hardworking help. (The Princess and the Frog)

Fairy tales can happen, anywhere anytime. (Enchanted)

The worst insult a woman can receive is the one where she devalues herself. The best complement to her is one she gives herself. (Mulan)

Home is where you belong. Not where your from or where you think you should be. (Hercules)

Parents will never leave your life. And life never leaves your parents. (A Goofy Movie)

True beauty is within. (Beauty and the Beast)

Stand up for your dreams. (Tangled)

I may have more but those came like rapid fire. What brought up the idea?
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If you tell a lie, your nose grows longer.
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Pretty much this.
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Well Miramax was owned by Disney when Pulp Fiction came out so I guess I've learned not to go to snort heroin by mistake.
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Well I've got a few:

The role given to you is not your role as a person. Be your own hero. (Wreck-it-Ralph)

Strength isn't defined by the might of your hand, but the might of your heart. (Frozen)

Life happens. Embrace it, live it. It's yours. (Bambi)

Wishing on stars is nice, but that star needs hardworking help. (The Princess and the Frog)

Fairy tales can happen, anywhere anytime. (Enchanted)

The worst insult a woman can receive is the one where she devalues herself. The best complement to her is one she gives herself. (Mulan)

Home is where you belong. Not where your from or where you think you should be. (Hercules)

Parents will never leave your life. And life never leaves your parents. (A Goofy Movie)

True beauty is within. (Beauty and the Beast)

Stand up for your dreams. (Tangled)

I may have more but those came like rapid fire. What brought up the idea?
Man, those cartoons were deep.
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Confirmed the theory that trying deriving realities from stories that must end in a "good" way is a waste of time.
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No.
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Gotta look good to get anywhere in life
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"And They Lived Happily Ever After"

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When strangers are too nice and generous, they are almost, always up to something (Little Mermaid)

Never trust a perfect food (Snow White) - seriously, no apple could be that shiny... well, unless it was laden with chemicals or poisons.
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These are interesting

Not sure about mine.. if any.
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Pretty much this.
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