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Heather Snowden

I'm all for a good cynical chuckle every now and again and these tongue-in-cheek reworked Disney titles have provided just that. Whilst some are arguably pointing out the blindingly obvious and seemingly being sarcastic just for the hell of it, others hit the nail on the head and have the potential to get you rethinking about the entire plot line.

However, is honesty always the best policy? Do you think these titles are political correctness gone mad and their authors just looking for an excuse to aggravate die-hard Disney fans? Take a look at the list below and let us know your thoughts!


A new frock and shoes made out of potentially lethal material can be totally life altering, though.

The Little Mermaid

Didn't Ariel want to be human before Prince Eric rocked on to the scene? Anyway, her attempts for affection included life vitalities such as how to use a fork, so perhaps it's not all bad.

The Princess and the Frog

Is that how it works?

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Or, as one Imgur user said, "Hunchback aka "Friendzone the Movie"

101 Dalmations

Alright...bit fascist?

The Lion King

Yes, yes, we know.

Beauty and the Beast

I mean, dude comes with his own castle...?


*Snigger* This one reads a little...differently...than intended. But, beasts will be beasts, who are we to judge?

The Sword in the Stone

Typical Disney, eh? Always leaving out the best bits.

Alice In Wonderland

As the story is debatably inspired by an Opium trip, I think we can let this one slide as 'field research'.

(Source: Imgur)


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