Which Fairy Tale Princess Shares Your Story?
Can you keep up with the princesses!? Let's see if you can hold a fish to Ariel!
Which man is the most attractive to you?
What type of childhood did you have?
Which word describes you best?
Which of the following statements resonates with you the most?
The number correlate with the colors above, but we won't be sharing how. Choose one!
What type of woman do you hope to grow into?
Choose the color that represents you the LEAST:
If you had a child, which of the following words would you teach it the meaning of first?
Choose the outfit you'd most rock:
CInderella is the poster child of the disney princesses. She grew up with quite a wonderful childhood, at the beginning - but it soon turned into a sad life when her father passed away.
You share her story of growing up in a way that could be a little rough, but you have perservered and one day you'll be found by a fairy godmother and be sent off into your fairy tale.
You deserve it.
Ariel is the princess of the sea, and she fell in love with someone from the land. If you look at this from a physical point, her story is story is that of a fish girl who falls in love with a human.
The beauty comes when you read between the line. They're from two different worlds, two worlds that could never coexist, but through their love they're able to overcome the boundaries force on them by the world - and that's the type of person you are.
Tiana was the first Disney princess to break across racial boundaries and test the waters of what we considered the princesses to be.
Her story represents what it means to be a hard worker, and you share that story with her. She isn't flawless, and she doesn't claim to be. She is the empitome of a dream coming to life, and hard work paying off.
It'll pay off one day, so keep working hard!
Mulan is the tale of a young woman who had to sneak away from a lifestyle that she did not agree with. Her parents wanted to force her to be a certain way, yet she rebelled - she used her own power to overcome the chains that society put on her.
This is the same as your story. You are able to go against everything that has been forced and you and you won't change who you are.
Stand tall, and stand proudly.
Repunzel was forced to stay inside. I'm sure that any child with overbearing parents can understand this. There are two approaches to this problem, you agree with the rules forced down your throat or you muster together a fearlessness that won't be stopped.
You share Repunzel's story. The world have tried to trap you in a box (or a tower, if you will), and you've grown fearless enough to run free and be yourself.
Elsa couldn't really control herself as a child. because of that lack of control she shut herself away from the world. You share that story.
You've been locking yourself away from the world for whatever reason and it's about time that you show the people around you how talented you really are. The time to be afraid is over.