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Read "Frozen Theory" from the story CreepyPasta stories by The_epic_ ( Jason Is Reading. your mind hope you enjoy these bundle of horror stories The creepypasta monsters have Elsa and Anna meet again during Elsa's Coronation. [During her first meeting with Hans] This is awkward. Elsa, it's me, Anna, your sister who didn't mean to make you freeze the summer. [After she and Kristoff fell off a cliff to avoid Marshmallow] Hey, you were right. Kristoff: You're creepy. Then, as Anna flees their unplanned meet-cute, Hans stares after her with a . So they have terrifying powers, but they're still good guys, right?.
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His toupee flops up and down the whole time] Princess Anna: Speaking of, it's so great to have the gates open. Why did they shut them in the first place? Do you know the reason? Then the Duke tips Anna back up and spins her] Princess Anna: Like a chicken with the face of a monkey Let me know when you're ready for another round, my lady! Well, he was sprightly.
Especially for a man in heels! I've never been better. This is so nice! I wish it could be like this all the time. I mean, if we It just can't, okay? Excuse me for a minute. Yeah, the whole thing. So, you have how many brothers?
It's what brothers do. Elsa and I were really close when we were little. But then one day, she just shut me out and I never knew why. Okay, can I just say something crazy? Can I say something crazy? Will you marry me? Can I say something even crazier? Elsa looks outright alarmed by the news] Queen Elsa: No one's brothers are staying here. No one is getting married. May I talk to you, please? Whatever you have to say, you You can't marry a man you just met.
You can if it's true love.
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Anna, what do you know about true love? All you know is how to shut people out. Your Majesty, if I may ease your No, you may not. I think you should go. Elsa gasps in horror] Queen Elsa: I can't live like this anymore! Elsa then turns to leave.
Why do you shut me out? Why-why do you shut the world out? What are you so afraid of?! Everyone - including Anna - stares at her in shock. Elsa shrinks back, staring in horror at what she's done] There's your answer, all right? Elsa takes one look at the crowd and rushes through, in a big hurry, attracting remarks from various men, until she is stopped by a woman holding a baby in her arms] Mother: Are you all right?
When her left hand touches the marble, it instantaneously begins icing over. The water in the fountain then freezes, startling the crowd. The duke appears at the front doorway] Duke of Weselton: Are you a monster, too? No, I'm completely ordinary.
That's right, she is. She nearly killed me! You slipped on ice. It was an accident. She didn't mean it. But then, the Troll King has a chat with Elsa. He shares with her that her magic has the potential for great beauty and great danger which further exacerbates the situation engendering fear in both Elsa and her father.
Is it possible that the Troll King not only knew this advice would not help, but also that his words would put the royal family on a path to destruction? She surprises him and Sven and states that she is going to keep them.
While cute and endearing, we only seem to accept this because it appears young Kristoff is without a family. Then later when Anna and Kristoff visit the camp for help, the trolls ignore the urgent need and instead join in the song that culminates with a wedding being performed on the two helpless humans.
- Things in Frozen only adults will notice
Kristoff informs them during the song that she is engaged and their response speaks volumes. Get the fiance out of the way and the whole thing will be fixed! Kudos to Disney for really getting this one right, making zero fuss out of a gay partnership, as it should be.
It's really white Frozen is adorable. But it's also really, really white. The central characters are white, with pale skin and fair hair. The people of Arendelle are white, as are their trade partners from Weaselton. And predictably, the snowman is white.
Things about Frozen you only notice as an adult
Yes, it's set in Scandinavia. But there are people of color who live in Scandanavian countries, not just white people. In fact, the only characters who aren't recognizably white are the trolls, who some have argued are racially problematic.
Maybe Olaf wasn't just talking about the snow in Arendelle when he said, "It really is beautiful, but it's so white! Imagine if you had to worry about accidentally hurting, or worse, killing the people you love with powers you never asked for, but are stuck with?
Everyone from her parents to the head troll tell her that it's her responsibility to reign those powers in, too, and that her fear will only make things worse.
But how are you supposed to not be afraid in that situation? Additionally, she has to learn to control her powers alone, as her parents die after going on a trip that she begged them not to go on. And since it's not safe for her to be around Anna, she has to deal with everything on her own. That's some heavy stuff. There's clearly no dieting in Arendelle The women of Arendelle enjoy food. Anna leads the way, proclaiming that she wants to "stuff chocolate in my face," a sentiment plenty of folks can get behind.
Additionally, Anna and Elsa express their mutual love for chocolate during the coronation party, sighing in unison about the pleasure of the smell of it alone. Then later, Anna chows down on a serious sandwich with Kristoff. It's refreshing to see a movie where young women aren't dieting or disordered in their eating.
There's body diversity in Arendelle While Arendelle may be racially homogenous, there's still some other forms of diversity among the citizens. Namely, there are a variety of body sizes, ranging from thin to fat, which is great to see in a Disney film. Sure, there have been fat characters in Disney films before, like the motherly Mrs.
And of course, there's Maui from Moana.
But other than a small handful of characters, the general populaces of most Disney films did not deliberately showcase bodily diversity.