8 Signs You Are A Disney Villain, And Not A Princess

1 Oct

I have always rooted for the villains in Disney movies because deep down, I never felt they were bad people, they were hurt people. These are people who have been ostracized in some way and yes, they are mad a the world and this is how they deal. But, be clear: one thing I won’t do is stab you in the back…..it will be in the front, as I make no apologies for who I am.

Thought Catalog

1. You’re not insanely good-looking.

I mean, you’re all right. You might have some high cheekbones, or a symmetrical nose, or big eyes — but you’re not Princess hot. You don’t have the kind of looks that allow you to float through life on a cloud of cutting in line, harmonizing with forest creatures, and impressing in-laws just by looking over your shoulder at them. While this can occasionally be a crushing blow to your ego — such as when you’re in a dressing room and suddenly realize that this club dress/ball gown doesn’t look good on you — you’ve mostly adapted to the realities of your appearance and decided that you’re going to have to make it on your personality/cunning/entrepreneurial spirit.

2. People don’t magically fall in love with you wherever you go.

For some reason, when you walk through your provincial town to attend to your daily…

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