I don't think I know a single person whose life has not been affected in one way or another by Disney. Whether you were a fan of the movies or Disneyland was your family's go-to destination for summer vacation, Disney has had a hand in helping generations grow up.
So what happens when you give an entire generation of young adults and teens, all of whom love Disney, access to the Internet? Tumblr realizations are bound to be just one aspect of the awesomeness!
Here are 8 (more) times Tumblr came together to share their deeper understanding of Disney movies:
1. When they realized the parallels with a popular franchise
Oh, the money I would pay to see Theo James sing 'I'll Make a Man Out of You' to Shailene Woodley.
2. When they gave method to the Genie's madness
See? Genie had a plan to make Aladdin a real prince all along! Or maybe it was just luck on his part. Either way, this fits nicely.
3. When they saw just how bad Mushu was at picking names
Wow. Just proof that Disney is always making jokes just below the surface, even if it's in another language.
4. When age made them realize that there's no greater parent than a Disney parent
Goofy is a damn treasure of a parent and everyone needs to realize that immediately.
5. When they also realized that Disney tends to have a shocking lack of parents
Yes, I know this one doesn't really fit with there being Aladdin at the front when we were just talking about his dad. Oh, well!
6. When they realized that live-action Disney movies can also blow your mind
Finding out Lindsay Lohan didn't actually have a twin was probably one of the most shocking events of my childhood. How did they do that? I didn't even know we had that technology in 1998!
7. When they found an unsettling reason as to why Hans could lock Anna in from the outside
It might be a coincidence, it might not. Either way, now I feel so sad for Elsa!
8. When things got real meta
Writing about Disney on Tumblr about how the Disney character is on Tumblr. What a time to be alive!
It just goes to show that growing up doesn't mean having to give up on the childhood movies we love the most, it just means we finally have a platform to fully discuss just how great they really are!
(Source: Tumblr, Dorkly)