I actually posted
this exact same a similar post to this one before, but that was back when only my mom read my blog. I'm sure she doesn't mind seeing this again.
As a child, my mom got all of the Disney movies ever made. I loved each and every one of them, along with Barney but that's irrelevant. I seriously doubt I could choose just one favorite. Disney movies are great for singing (dancing?) along with, and are especially humorous when you re-watch them in your twenties (some killer insinuations), and you can learn something from just about all of them:
"Ladies don't start fights, but they can finish them." --Marie
The Lion King 1954
"Oh yes, the past can hurt. But the way I see it: you can either run from it...or you can learn from it." --Rafiki
When in doubt, dress in drag and do the hula.
"Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one." --Grandmother Willow
Finding Nemo 2003
After watching this, I became bilingual...
And I wasn't afraid to try new things
It is totally acceptable to have a tiger as a pet.
Lying really doesn't get you anywhere.
And last, but certainly not least, The Little Mermaid taught me all about picking up men.
"Don't underestimate the importance of body language!" --Ursula
2. "You gotta bat ya eyes, like dis. And you gotta pucka ya lips, like dis." --Sebastian, expert kisser and eye-batter. I practiced this one in the mirror.
What did you learn from Disney movies?