Which 90s Disney Movie Fits Your Life?



She’ll always be Carrie to most of us, a Sex and the City character who, in spite of submitting maybe 1,000 words of copy a week, managed to live in a $700-a-month apartment in NYC while purchasing copious amounts of designer shoes and heading out for cocktails practically every night. According to The Richest, Sarah Jessica Parker, the actress otherwise known as Carrie, is worth an estimated $90 million, so if she wanted to buy a new pair of Louboutins every week, she could.

However, in a 2008 interview with Parade, Parker extolled the virtues of working hard for your money, revealing how she dressed her son, James Wilkie, in hand-me-down clothing throughout his younger years. This was thanks to Parker’s “older nephews” and the fact that her mother saved all of her brother’s childhood clothing, which meant she had no real reason to buy her son anything new, noting at the time that she didn’t think she had “ever bought him any clothes.”
“Langdon watched the phone plummet down and splash into the dark waters of the Nervión River. As it disappeared beneath the surface, he felt a pang of loss, staring back after it as the boat raced on.
Dan Brown, Origin

“The heart may be weak. And sometimes it may even give in. But I’ve learned that deep down, there’s a light that never goes out!”
Tetsuya Nomura Demons and Dangers: Magic and Mayhem – Book 4

“Your library makes our small corner of the world feel big…”
Belle (Beauty & The Beast) Alistair Grim’s Odditorium

“When I was young and I was forced to watch Disney films, I would fast forward the good guys, wasn’t interested in princes and princesses, only by the villains.”
Nuno Roque Neutral Receding Lines

“Robin Hood: Ah, but remember faint hearts never won fair lady.”
Disney I’ll Mature When I’m Dead: Dave Barry’s Amazing Tales of Adulthood

“I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT KING TRITON. Specifically, King, why are you elderly but with the body of a teenage Beastmaster? How do you maintain those monster pecs? Do they have endocrinologists under the sea? Because I am scheduling you some bloodwork…
Lindy West Dream It! Do It! (The People, The Places, The Projects): My Half-Century Creating Disney’s Magic Kingdoms

“How can the heart and mind work together? The mind wants logic and to travel in straight lines, while the heart wants to be free and travel upward in spirals to dizzying heights.”
Gillian Duce, Neutral Receding Lines

“The odd was the ordinary at Alistair Grim’s. The people who lived there were odd. The things they did there were odd. Even the there itself there was odd.”
Gregory Funaro, The Club

“Well, it’s my favorite! Far off places, daring sword fights, a prince in disguise…”
Beauty and the Beast Bittersweet Symphony

“Fate is unkind when your dreams only exist within the confines of a classic Disney rhyme.”
j.d. tulloch, Who’s Afraid of the Song of the South? and Other Forbidden Disney Stories

“Be patient, is very good advice, but the waiting makes me curious.”
Oliver Wallace & Paul J. Smith The Leisure Seeker

“When I was in junior high school, I used to think that Disney’s 1990’s paranormal television program ‘So Weird’ was every kid’s ideal life – not going to school, living on a tour bus, having rockstar parents, traveling all over North America and never staying in one place for more than a week or so. Of course, eventually the realization hits you that the kids out there who really do live like this, pulling up stakes every week and never staying with their friends or having a permanent residence, aren’t really happy.”
Rebecca McNutt Who’s Afraid of the Song of the South? and Other Forbidden Disney Stories

“What happened was, they put me and my co-marshal, author Ridley Pearson, into an antique fire truck along with Daisy Duck and Clarabelle the Cow. I have nothing against either of these veteran Disney characters, but let’s be honest, their careers are not currently sizzling, especially in the case of Clarabelle, who hasn’t had a hit cartoon since roughly the Civil War.”
Dave Barry, The Disneyland Book of Lists

“One thing I know from personal experience: nothing in my relationship with Walt Disney or his brother was influenced either positively or negatively because I’m Jewish… Walt had called one day when I was attending services at our synagogue during the Jewish High Holy Days, Rosh Hashannah and Yom Kippur. When Tommie told Walt where I was, she let me know his reaction: “That’s where he should be, with his family.”
Martin Sklar, Tale as Old as Time: The Art and Making of Beauty and the Beast

“The cacophonous touch of fame to my sole reiterates why I came: not for fame but to remind that fate is unkind when your dreams only exist within the confines of a classic Disney rhyme.”
j.d. tulloch, Tale as Old as Time: The Art and Making of Beauty and the Beast

“Thanks to a lifetime of brainwashing by Disney and Lifetime and Hallmark, she naively believes glimpsing God during an epic fuck somehow translates into some kind of happily ever after with her Prince Charming.”
Lauren Rowe, Walt’s Revolution!: By the Numbers

“Bernie cursed and swore like a sailor sometimes, even around young children, to the point where he was kicked out of Disney World during a trip to Orlando, Florida one year. To boot, he’d jabbed a sewing needle into the helium Mickey Mouse balloons of at least twenty kids before a park worker dressed as Cinderella finally called security. “Disney’s a greedy, bloodsucking corporation,” was Bernie’s half-assed excuse. Tony wasn’t sure that even Bernie himself knew why he had an attitude like that.”
Rebecca McNutt, Infelici e scontenti

“As the character of Uncle Remus says in the movie: ‘You can’t run away from trouble. There ain’t no place that far.”
Jim Korkis, The Progress City Primer: Stories, Secrets, and Silliness from the Many Worlds of Walt Disney

“The last slide is Main Street at night, with the castle lit silver blue in the background. In the sky, fireworks are going off, cresting, cracking open the darkness, shooting long tendrils of colored light down to the buildings, way longer than I’ve ever seen for fireworks… I linger on this slide. I study that blue castle and those fireworks and realize that this is the image I’ve had in my head of Disneyland for all these years. Just like the beginning of the Wonderful World of Disney TV show. Maybe that’s why I wanted to head here this time. I know it’s ridiculous, but part of me wants to think that the world after this one could look like that.
Michael Zadoorian, The Progress City Primer: Stories, Secrets, and Silliness from the Many Worlds of Walt Disney

“Maybe it’s not to much to hope that the Disney Company might one day get over its self-imposed fears and finally find its own Laughing Place.
Jim Korkis, Who’s Afraid of the Song of the South? and Other Forbidden Disney Stories

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Do you typically hold grudges?

    • Only if it is to some benefit
    • It depends on the premise
    • No
    • Yes
  • Question of

    In your opinion, what would be the best trait in a team member?

    • ‘Outside of the box’ thinking and creativity
    • Intelligence and originality
    • Organization and efficiency
    • Honesty and communication
  • Question of

    What would stress you out most?

    • Not being able to follow through on fun plans
    • Having to act fake and ingenuine
    • Feeling like you aren’t doing your job well
    • Disorganization
  • Question of

    Which of these would frustrate you the most?

    • Idle chit-chat, small-talk
    • Lack of communication
    • Laziness
    • Unnecessary rules
  • Question of

    Which of these Disney movies you would bring to a movie marathon?

    • The Emperor’s New Groove
    • Tarzan
    • The Hunchback of Notre Dame
    • Aladdin
  • Question of

    Which of these Disney princesses might you relate to the most?

    • Rapunzel
    • Pocahontas
    • Tiana
    • Cinderella
  • Question of

    In your professional life, you are often the:

    • Organized one
    • Sensible one
    • Peaceful one
    • Energetic one
  • Question of

    You would probably consider yourself a ’90s kid’ in how you:

    • Just are (you’re ’90s kid’ through and through)
    • Dress
    • Think
    • Act
  • Question of

    The 90s fashion piece you would wear now would be:

    • Overalls
    • Scrunchies
    • Chokers
    • Flared jeans
  • Question of

    If you were the CEO of a company, you would be:

    • Calm under duress
    • Flexible and open-minded
    • Dependable and firm
    • Dedicated and positive
  • Question of

    Sometimes you feel as if:

    • Those who you care about are slowly drifting away
    • You will not know and learn everything you would like to
    • It would be better if there were more waking hours
    • You are going in never-ending circles
  • Question of

    You favorite subject in elementary school was probably:

    • Lunch!
    • Math
    • English
    • Science
  • Question of

    When talking about a random topic you often:

    • Are fairly imaginative and use hypothetical situations
    • Turn to what is reasonable and factual
    • Always have an opinion on how things should work
    • Have a working knowledge of just about anything
  • Question of

    Which of these would you have as a superpower?

    • Mind-reading
    • Being able to stop time
    • The manipulation of emotions
    • Extreme strength

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