Mitchel Musso might be done playing Oliver Oken as Hannah Montana, but years later he decided to go ahead and grace us with a fine and notably ruthless roast of his character. Let's just say he nailed it, and then some. Better yet, he ended up drawing attention to the outright silliness of other well known Disney characters.
Disney isn't known for having a particularly diverse set of princesses, which has caused many people demand princesses they can relate to. The outcry for incredibly specific Disney princesses led to some parody tweets. Eventually, Twitter users started having a field day, adding their own hilarious twists to the mix.
One of Donald Trump's tweets recently came under fire for anti-Semitism when he used a six-pointed star to call Hillary the "most corrupt candidate ever." The graphic was switched to circle, but the story doesn't end there. On Wednesday evening, Trump came back with a picture of a 'Frozen' sticker book with a red six-pointed star on it. "Where is the outrage for this Disney book?" Did you have to ask, Donald Trump? Because you knew the Internet would respond. #Frozen
The "Distracted Boyfriend" meme is perhaps the stock photo meme to end all stock photo memes. People got so into it that the backstory was discovered by some internet sleuths. The meme went viral in late August - and was used to describe situations ranging from dating and politics to super specific themes like Greek mythology. This meme's versatility is the root of its strength, so we doubt we've seen the end of Distracted Boyfriend.
Princess Merida is the protagonist of Disney Pixars' Brave, and was recently featured in Disney's Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks The Internet. In Wreck-It Ralph 2, there is a scene in which all the Disney Princesses are in a room together chatting, and when Merida finally speaks, no one is able to understand a word she says due to her heavy Scottish accent.
This may be a year old but it started circulating the web recently. Twitter has turned this scene into a meme by trying to deciphering what Merida is saying, and the results are just too good not to share.