Almost all of these are wrong. I've read the originals.
Cinderella and Snow White and Goldilocks are the only ones the OP got right. The rest are wrong.
I own the original collection of Hans Christen Anderson fables, and The Little Mermaid did fall in love, but she was told to kill the prince (who wed and bedded the witch), but the mermaid couldn't do it. So she threw away the enchanted dagger and died, only to join the Sisters of the Wind (she gained a soul, something mermaids don't have.)
That's just one example... But seriously, if you want to believe a post on DudeLOL as fact, then go right ahead. I can't stop you from being wrong.
Actually there is an early version of Sleeping Beauty where the prince has sex with her sleeping body and she wakes up to find herself pregnant. Not sure if that's the 'original', but it's an early version.
That's the thing. So many versions have been written (and many have attached the original author's name so that it gives credit to them, even though they didn't write that version) that it's hard to know what the original story was.
Very true, but with original most people mean the first one that was written down (generally by the brothers grimm) The exceptions are Pinocchio and Little Mermaid since those are fabricated by certain people (Hans Christian Anderson and Carlo Collodi)
At the price of ruining good fables and folklore. The original Little Mermaid is so much more
3 or C: Deep
And D, 4, or that liitle 'iv' they put in footnotes: Exciting
Not to mention all the other stories out there. I really don't look to Disney for good entertainment anymore (unless it's a Pixar film).
I liked Genie (Robin Williams) but that's about it. Again: Original story is way better. If anything, as HORRIBLY inaccurate as it was, Hercules is probably my favorite Disney movie. Followed by Meet the Robinsons and The Aristocats. (I don't count live action movies as Disney screw ups, so Jumanji and movies like that are safe)
Robin Williams did his voice? I never actually saw the English version XD But yes, Aristocats is awesome and I liked Hercules because of the music. I also liked Beauty and the Beast despite the inaccuracies and Hollywood happy ending. Mostly because of the huge library Belle gets.
Yes he did. Fantastically too. I love Robin Williams (hence the Jumanji reference). I liked Hercules' music and animation (plus I just LOVE anything Greek, even though the gods in the movie were Greek, but the character was Roman (the Greek version of Hercules is named "Herakles" after his mother, Hera)).
I do love that library. I actually really love the Beauty and the Beast musical (not the film) and was a part of my High School's production of it. Not a major role (I played a spatula), but I provided the prop knife that killed the Beast. ^.^
I got the impression the person that posted this is not a native english speaker.
Also, what the fuck is "dafaq?" That shows up on my spellchecker.
Also, when being a comma fucker, it is never advisable to write sentence fragments.
If you are a native english speaker, and you think "foots" is a word, you use "dosen't" when the correct word would be "don't," and you use the phrase "sated of him," (which i suppose makes sense, but, man, does that sound awkward)...
Well then spell check really isn't going to help you.
David Brazeal "I tried to read this drivel....is this even a human language? Dafaq are you saying? I mean...sentence fragments are really bad ok?"
I tried to read this drivel, but it made no sense to me. I'm not at all sure what you are attempting to say.