Disney, it’s really time you go back to highschool and learn about anatomy. I’m not even talking about the fact that the only way Princess Aurora could have such a thin waist is if she was wearing a painfully tight corset. No, I’m talking about all those talking animals you guys love so much.
Specifically the frogs from Princess and the Frog. Specifically one (supposedly) handsome prince turned into a frog.
No, not that Prince Naveen.
That Prince Naveen.
Watches the movie once, thinks it’s okay, watches it again… and holy crap, he has TEETH!
Last time I check, frogs definitely do not have teeth.
I already think frogs are terrifying enough with all that poison sitting on their backs in the rain forest, but if I live in a world where frog have teeth…whooo boy…I’m packing up my bags and moving to Mars with Elon Musk. I refuse to live in a world where frog have teeth.
Oh, but this is just a Disney thing right? Frogs don’t really have a set of molars like us, do they?
(insert google search)
HOLYYY CRAP, THAT’S IT.
I’m not even kidding when I say I took one look at that and tripped and fell on my own feet in complete fear and repulsed disgust.
Disney, thank you for indirectly causing me pain. I’ll be sending my hospital bills soon.