Merida is known for breaking the princess archetype. She shows that not all princesses are girly and frilly, and like Ariel, she shows that the seaweed is always greener on the other side. Girls dream of being mermaids, and Ariel shows that from a mermaid's perspective, being human can be just as intriguing. Likewise, girls dream of being a princess, and Merida (and also Jasmine) mostrar that being a princess is harder than it looks.
What I also see in Valiente is that Merida is not only the anti-princess princess, but she is the anti-tomboy tomboy as well. Merida has "manly" interests like archery...
In lieu of my 3 año anniversary on this site (which actually took place sometime in February), I decided that I would write an articulo looking back on what this site has dado to me and how grateful I am to have come across it. While I haven't frequented this site in months, it still holds a dear place in my heart, as well as those who I have met through this site. Well, here I go. For those of tu who don't know me, this will probably be a pretty mundane article, so I wouldn't be offended it tu stop lectura now. If anything, this articulo is really for me to get out my pent up amor for this...
Heyyyy everyone! I thought I'd try to not be POOR por becoming an active user on this site! GIVE ME ALL THE oro MUAHAHAHA----oh, excuse me. tu didn't hear anything. :P (But really, I want to deck out my profile!!)
Anyway, here's my princess ranking!!
Anna-banana is cute, but I just like the others more. :P
I don't like how cenicienta doesn't really stand up for herself! Yeah she shows a good work ethic, but damn girl! Put that backbone to good USE! That being said, she's really pretty except for her hair during the ball. Like what is UP with that headband??