This is chilling. But it's not all that surprising. Considering the physical and emotional abuse Cinderella suffered at the hands of her family through her entire childhood and adolescence, it's a wonder she didn't turn into a serial killer.
Come on, Disney coloring-book illustrators. Don't pretend like you didn't set up your audience perfectly for this corruption. Not that it's entirely in your heads. Sebastian always seemed like a stoner.
We know what you're saying. "I wish you wouldn't ruin my childhood with these coloring book corruptions." But remember what your grampa used to tell you: "You can wish in one hand and s--- in the other, and see which one gets filled first."
Now I ain't sayin' she a gold digger/ But she ain't messin' wit no broke n----s/ Because she suffered through poverty and abuse that you can't even imagine, so maybe she deserves to be rich for the rest of her life, OK?
Hey, it's a good lesson for kids: If you drink too much, you'll barf everywhere, and you'll piss yourself. And then what would Patrick and Squidward say? I don't know; I never watched that stupid show.
This is a terrible example of a coloring book corruption. I can't even tell what it is. Are Mario and Luigi supposed to be wearing makeup and lingerie? All I know for sure is this is the worst one of these things I've ever seen.
I'll tell you what. If they remade Beauty and the Beast with Gaston as a sympathetic trans character discovering himself, or even as just a burgeoning drag queen, I'd see the s--- out of it and cheer him on the whole time.
How many years was she supposed to let some jagoff climb up to her tower prison with no end in sight until she took matters into her own hands? Screw people who say suicide is cowardly. Rapunzel is finally free.
You see, kids, there was a meme in the '00s called "goatse." If you don't know what that is, you'll have to Google it to learn why this coloring book corruption is funny. But ask for your parents' permission first.
This zombified unicorn is oddly beautiful. There's beauty in death, folks. The only way to make life feel like less of a prison is to accept, truly accept, that you're going to die, nothing matters, and we're all dust.