Posts tagged disney
Posts tagged disney
ok so first, ignore the messy room in the background. second, i just got back from a water polo tournament, and we painted our faces and our stomachs to support our team. i know it looks insane.
alright! so on April 14, i ordered a Peter Pan bow from Magical Ribbons. the girl who owns the site, Hayley, was so nice and easy to order from. i was a little bit skeptical, thinking that the bows couldn’t be as amazing as everyone said they were. i was completely wrong. all the reviews you see on her blog, they’re all absolutely right. the bow is beautiful and very high quality. it looks so amazing in person and i couldn’t wait to wear it! the bow came in the mail last night (because i told her i didn’t need it until May 5), and i freaked out. it was perfect timing because my friends and i were planning to dress up and cheer for our varsity water polo team the next day. the bow went perfectly with my outfit and stayed in the entire time as i screamed and cheered along with my team. if you’re skeptical about ordering like i was, just do it! i promise that it’s well worth the money. i’ll definitely be ordering more bows (perhaps some ariel minis?) and i suggest that all of you go check out Hayley’s site. http://magicalribbons.tumblr.com
Lilo & Stitch was originally placed in an isolated town in Kansas.
It actually takes place on Kauai.
Stitch was originally going to be an intergalactic gangster.
The character of Cobra Bubbles, voiced by Ving Rhames, looks a lot like Ving’s character in Pulp Fiction.
What does Marcellus Wallace look like?
The spaceships in Lilo & Stitch were designed to resemble marine life.
Since Disney World’s opening, an estimated 1.5 million pairs of sunglasses have been lost in Magic Kingdom.
The Sorcerer’s Hat weighs 156 tons.
The back half of the plane in The Great Movie Ride can be found in the Jungle Cruise.
The plane can be seen in the Casablanca scene of The Great Movie Ride at Hollywood Studios, and near the hippo pool in Jungle Cruise at Magic Kingdom.
The setting of Lady and the Tramp was inspired by Walt Disney’s hometown of Marceline, Missouri.
President Harry S. Truman once declined to ride on Dumbo the Flying Elephant.
The President visited Disneyland in 1957, where he politely declined to ride on Dumbo, due to the fact that the elephant is a Republican symbol, and Truman was a Democrat.