Have You Seen This? This man might be a Disney princess

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A LAND FAR FAR AWAY — Disney princesses are easy to recognize, and not just because of drawing style or giant marketing machines.

They all share a list of traits such as compassion, everlasting kindness during personal trials, and a deep connection to one, two, or all the animals.

It’s difficult to say if the man in this video has the first two traits, but it’s clear that he has some sort of connection with animals. More specifically, he seems to have created a special friendship with a bird.

In the video, a group of workers are standing around in the obvious freezing cold when a bird flies up to the man’s face. The winged creature hops around the man’s collar and gets close to the warmth of his chest and face. It feels like magic, like a special, once-in-a-lifetime bond is happening.

The reality is the bird is probably cold and hungry, and something about the man’s face is making his lips looks like juicy worms to the bird. But reality is not why we’re watching and loving this video; being raised with Disney magic is why we’re watching and loving this video.

So instead of bleak reality, let’s think of Disney’s Cinderella and how the birds helped make her first dress for the ball. Let’s think about how all those animals understood Cinderella’s heart and knew she deserved happiness. And let’s give the same consideration to this man and assume that the bird can see into the man’s heart, which shows he is worthy of true love and true happiness. And lastly, let’s dub him an unofficial Disney princess, and we shall call him Princess Man.

If you don’t want to think about that, just think about how this video is pretty neat at simple face value instead.

And they lived happily ever after. The end.


Martha Ostergar

About the Author: Martha Ostergar

Martha Ostergar is a writer who delights in the ridiculous that internet serves up, which means she's more than grateful that she gets to cruise the web for amazing videos to write about. Follow her on Twitter @monstergar.

A LAND FAR FAR AWAY — Disney princesses are easy to recognize, and not just because of drawing style or giant marketing machines.

They all share a list of traits such as compassion, everlasting kindness during personal trials, and a deep connection to one, two, or all the animals.

It’s difficult to say if the man in this video has the first two traits, but it’s clear that he has some sort of connection with animals. More specifically, he seems to have created a special friendship with a bird.

In the video, a group of workers are standing around in the obvious freezing cold when a bird flies up to the man’s face. The winged creature hops around the man’s collar and gets close to the warmth of his chest and face. It feels like magic, like a special, once-in-a-lifetime bond is happening.

The reality is the bird is probably cold and hungry, and something about the man’s face is making his lips looks like juicy worms to the bird. But reality is not why we’re watching and loving this video; being raised with Disney magic is why we’re watching and loving this video.

So instead of bleak reality, let’s think of Disney’s Cinderella and how the birds helped make her first dress for the ball. Let’s think about how all those animals understood Cinderella’s heart and knew she deserved happiness. And let’s give the same consideration to this man and assume that the bird can see into the man’s heart, which shows he is worthy of true love and true happiness. And lastly, let’s dub him an unofficial Disney princess, and we shall call him Princess Man.

If you don’t want to think about that, just think about how this video is pretty neat at simple face value instead.

And they lived happily ever after. The end.


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About the Author: Martha Ostergar ---------------------------------

Martha Ostergar is a writer who delights in the ridiculous that internet serves up, which means she's more than grateful that she gets to cruise the web for amazing videos to write about. Follow her on Twitter @monstergar.

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