Who is the Sexiest Disney Princess?

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Who is the Sexiest Disney Princess?
Princess Belle 12%  12%  [ 11 ]
Princess Jasmine 20%  20%  [ 18 ]
Ariel 26%  26%  [ 23 ]
Cinderella 6%  6%  [ 5 ]
Snow White 3%  3%  [ 3 ]
Mulan 10%  10%  [ 9 ]
Pocahontas 7%  7%  [ 6 ]
Esmeralda 9%  9%  [ 8 ]
Other (specify) 7%  7%  [ 6 ]
Total votes : 89

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15 Apr 2008, 3:06 pm

Ehh... kinda hard to decide, but I'll go with Ariel.

However the random bouts of singing will probably grate on my nerves. Same could be said for all of them though.


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15 Apr 2008, 3:58 pm

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AndersTheAspie even though I agree with you on no such documented romance between John Smith and Pocohontas.

Pocohontas and Chief Powhatan were told by colonists that John Smith had died whilst he sailed to England injured.

With John Smith gone, the "Indians" and settlers began to fight. Pocohontas was then captured by the colonists. They wanted to give them food in exchange for his favorite daughter.

It's said that she was treated kindly and lived with a preacher in Jamestown. She was baptized and took the name Rebecca. Then she married a colonist by the name of John Rolfe. They had a son by the name of Thomas.

John Rolfe and Pocohontas AKA Rebecca were invited to England. In England Pocohontas was called Lady Rebecca. She was entertained at the court of King James I. It's also said she that she was greatly admired and had many friends in England.

Later Pocohontas got the European disease known as Small Pox and died. She was buried in England with great honors.

I could go on about her family. I just wanted to add that she too went to England and became a well known figure there as well as Virginia, America.

Also Pocohontas was her nickname which meant "Playful One."
Her real name was Matoaka which meant "Little Snow Feather."

I knew it was John Rolfe. I'm amazing at remembering random useless history information.



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15 Apr 2008, 5:52 pm

Purplefluffychainsaw wrote:
MissConstrue wrote:
Wow, that it'd be cool to see her grave if it still stands. I wonder what she'd think about all these stories made about her. She'd probably even critique me since most of her biography passed down by word of mouth.


"Her funeral took place on March 21, 1617 in the parish of Saint George's, Gravesend. The site of her grave is unknown, but her memory is recorded in Gravesend with a life-size bronze statue at St George's Church."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pocahontas

It'd be funny to sit her down in front of the Disney movie for sure. XD


Hey thanks!! !


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15 Apr 2008, 6:05 pm

Pocohontas Rules, I should've put that down. Although the Pocohontas portraits don't look at all like the Disney one. :hmph:

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15 Apr 2008, 6:35 pm

Mildly off-topic, but Ollie Johnson died. He was the last of Disney's "Nine Old Men" and one of the few links we had left to the golden age. He also literally wrote the book on character animation with Frank Thomas with "Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life".

Doubt most people know about him, but I'm bummed.



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15 Apr 2008, 8:23 pm

Another Indian Disney princess that we left off was Princess Tiger Lilly

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But, she must have been underage.



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15 Apr 2008, 8:33 pm

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Another Indian Disney princess that we left off was Princess Tiger Lilly

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But, she must have been underage.

She's legal by now I'm sure #_#


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15 Apr 2008, 9:32 pm

pandabear wrote:
Another Indian Disney princess that we left off was Princess Tiger Lilly

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But, she must have been underage.

I'd still hit that.



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16 Apr 2008, 1:01 am

Sigh...I really find it easy to blame Disney for indoctrinating generations of youths to unrealistic ideals of fairy-tale romance and contributing to one of the reasons Americans have such a high divorce rate.



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16 Apr 2008, 1:58 am

MissConstrue wrote:
Hey thanks!! !


No problem. You realise all of those pictures were drawn after her death though? There was one on the wiki page that was dawn when she was alive: the ugly one at the top. XD;;


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16 Apr 2008, 3:11 am

Yeah, they're probably not that accurate either. They used to have certain style of drawing when it came to potraying one on canvas around that time period.

Strange they did that.


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16 Apr 2008, 7:38 am

pandabear wrote:
Another Indian Disney princess that we left off was Princess Tiger Lilly

But, she must have been underage.


Hmmm... are the "children" in Neverland technically underage? They never grow up, but that doesn't change that they are probably older than me.


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16 Apr 2008, 6:12 pm

AndersTheAspie wrote:
pandabear wrote:
Another Indian Disney princess that we left off was Princess Tiger Lilly

But, she must have been underage.


Hmmm... are the "children" in Neverland technically underage? They never grow up, but that doesn't change that they are probably older than me.


Tiger Lily wasn't one of the Lost Boys, so maybe she does. I'm not 100% on the immortality of the other inhabitants of Neverland.



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16 Apr 2008, 6:24 pm

A good inspiration as to why Michael Jackson named his ranch Neverland. :)

Too bad Neverland is being lost. I guess all the children are growing up. :(


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16 Apr 2008, 7:12 pm

Giselle, Amy Adams' charcter from Enchanted!

So dreamy! *begins to drool*


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