I used to hate it when I was a kid and I liked something and somebody would make fun of it. I felt personally attacked by satirical comics I’d read in Mad about The Lion King, or spoofs of my favorite cartoons. Because I didn’t like that someone was implying that something I liked was dumb. Who are they to attack my personal taste?
I don’t know why, maybe because I’m an adult, but my thoughts on spoofing the stuff I love has totally changed. If anything, satirical versions of my favorite TV shows, bands, movies, books, whatever, only make me appreciate them more.
So, as a kid who grew up on Disney, I can totally appreciate these memes that childhood Mustafa would’ve otherwise hated.
Just let it go.
Lady in the streets, evil octopus in the sheets.
“DON’T YOU LIKE IT?!”
Such a good boy!
Get back in there!
Let’s do a blend.
Nah, I’m good.
Hey, he can talk to animals.
Give the guy a break.
I’d watch this episode.
So that’s where my toddler got it from.
Not cool, Kristoff.
I don’t care about Disney lying about my Prince Charming. I’m more pissed about forest creatures and their unwillingness to clean my house.
— Carbosly (@Carbosly) March 20, 2012
That’s more like it.
A bitter pill to swallow.
It won’t, Alice.
Like, you could sell that.
Oh my word.
Idk why I can’t stop laughing omg pic.twitter.com/XZl5UpT4NF
— Childhood Shows (@ChildhoodShows) April 30, 2014
He’s right, you know.
Gotta flex hard when you flex.
I see you’ve met my ex. AYOOOO!
“You mean this one DOESN’T have magical powers? Cooooool….”
The look on Woody’s face.
Can you not?
Darn right he is.
Long live the king…
Gotta rewatch all of these classics again now.