What Disney Princesses Were Like in Real Life
This Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale has gone through many modifications as well. In the cartoon, Ariel wins over the evil Ursula with the help of Prince Eric and manages to get her voice back, while King Triton turns her into a human for the rest of her life. The cartoon ends with pictures of their beautiful wedding.
In the original story, the author talks a lot about religion and soul. The Little Mermaid has a granny. The legs that she got for her voice cause her a lot of pain. At the end of the fairy tale, the Prince marries another girl and the Little Mermaid dies. The attempts of her 5 sisters to save her fail and the next morning after the wedding, the Little Mermaid dies having turned into sea foam. Later, Andersen changed the end and made the Little Mermaid a daughter of the air. After this, she is able to get a soul and enter paradise.
Some researchers believe that this fairy tale is Andersen’s disguised confession of his love for another man who didn’t return his feelings and got married. No one knows for sure whether it’s true or not but the fact is that later in life the writer decided to stay away from romantic relationships and preferred to live in solitude. This is proven by the many entries in his diaries.
Video: This Is What Disney Princesses Would Look Like In Real Life
Tuesday’s NailCall: OctoberInspiration
What the Number on the Scale Really Means: A Primer on Weight Fluctuations
How to Use Teflon Tape
Who will be the next James Bond
How to Become a Pharmacy Technician
Tomato and Goats’ Cheese Tartlets Recipe
What we learned from the Great British sex survey
Celebrities That Aren’t Afraid to Show Abs in Crop Tops
8 Scientifically Proven Facts About Breaking Up
Lidl American business
Floppy Dog Has A Blast in the Blizzard
Constipated by Chemo