[ Facebook ] Who's Your Disney Prince?
and they all lived happily ever after . the end of every fairy tale.
It really didnt matter which fairytale my mother read to me, the happily ever after was always my favorite part of a story.
Ahh, but to be innocent again.
Like any other day in the SimplyBridal office, the girls decided to have a simple debate (that turned into a roaring match) on which Disney prince/dude would make the best husband material.
Admittedly, it was a lot easier to rule off the less desirable guys: Tarzan, despite that 6-pack, chiseled jaw and hot body, would be terribly lacking in the conversation department, Prince Charming wasnt really that charming, Snow Whites prince didnt even have a name and wore a cape, and Simba is a lion who would probably bite your face off.
That left us with Aladdin, Prince Eric from The Little Mermaid and the Beast, whose name, according to Google, is either Victor or Adam. Lets just stick to Beast.
When the battle seemed to reach boiling point and a mug was thrown across the office, there was only one thing left to do: ask our Facebook Brides.
Here are the top three Disney princes, as voted by you:
We could see that. With his boyish grin, and his ability to live off his wits, paired with the generosity and kind heart did you not see him share his bread with those two other homeless kids? Oh, and of course, he has a pet monkey, and a magic carpet. Definitely a winner in our eyes.
2. Prince Eric
Wind-swept hair, the need for adventure, and that final act of bravery where he refused to let Ariel go, dived into the ocean, and plunged an old abandoned ship into Ursulas heart? If he werent so into fish, I dare say hed be our number one!
I must admit I was surprised I mean, wasn't he a meanie when he turned away the beggar woman at the start? That minor flaw aside, I guess I can see the appeal. Not only did he learn how to use a spoon to eat soup, but took an arrow to the back while the great battle took place within the castle (and really only the French could lose a fight between furniture).
Yes, in the end I guess as princesses, we all secretly look beyond the beastly exterior to find beneath, our prince, be it Victor or Adam.
I want to leave you now, with a preview of what our princes look like, all grown up. For the full (and decidedly R-rated) version, check them out here.
Oh, Disney. 20 years on, you still manage to make me sing out loud.
Posted by Katie L. who loves our Facebook Fans.