Oh man I got a kick out of the title of my post. So true though right? If Tinkerbell's dress was any shorter they would have to change it to a PG-13 rating.
The hussy factor actually isn't the point of my post. We purchased The Little Mermaid over the weekend and I sat right down with my Diva and watched the whole thing. I sang all the songs and slightly wished Prince Eric was a real human and not an animation. It brought back so many wonderful memories. I love, love this movie. I'm grateful for little girls who give me excuses to be into these movies. Might I add that Diva had to watch The Little Mermaid in her Tinkerbell dress. Ahhh...so it begins.
A couple things though:
-Ariel, you were only 16! Why marry so young?! I know Eric's hot and you wanted to lock that down but I'm sure he would have waited until you were at least 18.
-I hope you made new friends. I'm sure a crustacean and a fish were lovable and all but in the real world honey, people would think you've lost your mind.
-Prince Eric, sweetie dear I'm sure back in the day playing the recorder was the way to get chicks (ahem, mermaids) but nowadays it's just plain gay. Break out a guitar buddy.
I'm excited to hopefully one day have an arsenal of Disney Princess movies. I can then continue to watch them and wish I had a 11 inch waist.