doctorow — 2014-04-13T12:04:46-04:00 — #1
stefanjones — 2014-04-13T12:20:28-04:00 — #2
Another white Disney princess.
glitch — 2014-04-13T12:21:20-04:00 — #3
For some reason, these make me want to see Olaf done up like Margaret Thatcher.
the_borderer — 2014-04-13T12:35:04-04:00 — #4
She was more of a Disney villain than a princess.
glitch — 2014-04-13T12:45:43-04:00 — #5
I think it's the facial resemblance, really. Something about the nose, and those beady coal eyes...
Although now I wanna see Olaf as various Disney villains too. Olaficent? Olafsula? Olafa de Vil? Mad Snowmadam Mim?
anansi133 — 2014-04-13T13:26:54-04:00 — #6
timmh — 2014-04-13T13:31:50-04:00 — #7
retepslluerb — 2014-04-13T13:42:01-04:00 — #8
I think you mean icehole.
glitch — 2014-04-13T13:45:42-04:00 — #9
retepslluerb — 2014-04-13T13:50:05-04:00 — #10
My English isn't good enough to decipher that joke. It looks like a play on “Christ” and something else, but I donÄt get the something else.
sockdoll — 2014-04-13T14:26:42-04:00 — #11
My English isn't good enough to decipher that joke.
I'm guessing that it's a cross between "Christ" and "iced" with something like a greengrocer's apostrophe thrown in for good measure.
glitch — 2014-04-13T15:36:57-04:00 — #12
The apostrophe is chiefly there to emphasize the -ice structure and pronunciation, as "Chriced" doesn't look it should be pronouned with an S sound, but rather a K sound, or at the very least with a distinct emphasis on the -ed sound, both of which ruin the rhyme.
Also, -'d is an alternative form of -ed often employed in poetry, but fulfilling the same exact role of forming the past tense in regular verbs. Common examples include remember'd, honor'd, labor'd, wander'd, et cetera.
hereticbranding — 2014-04-13T16:13:44-04:00 — #13
Exactly -except: sunlight gets scattered by the ice crystals in the snow. The reflected light includes all colors, which looks (to our feeble human view-balls) white.
Science to the rescue!
It's when you see colored snow (yellow?) that concern is warranted.
spinkter — 2014-04-13T16:35:02-04:00 — #14
Having not yet seen Frozen, I of course read that as "Oglaf (NSFW) as Disney princesses". Different thing entirely.
the_borderer — 2014-04-13T17:36:47-04:00 — #15
Surely you should put a NSFW on that link, before the work week starts. We wouldn't want anyone to get into trouble becuse they dont know what Oglaf is.
glitch — 2014-04-13T22:07:09-04:00 — #16
Ms. Cooper's webcomic might be filthy smut, but it's still far too classy to stoop to the level of Disney porn.
pattwist73 — 2014-04-13T22:59:13-04:00 — #17
Olaf was amusing, yes, but "the greatest comic-relief sidekick in animated history" is a bit much.
samwinston — 2014-04-14T00:50:43-04:00 — #18
I really enjoyed the movie...despite the fact I big doubts about it.
But Olaf wasn't that great to me...other than a computer generated side kick morphic technology---which is really the character's only purpose. There's little the character does to move the story except for one song..which again is rather forced in the story.
But heck, it's a Disney film...don't knock your self out.
chentzilla — 2014-04-14T05:01:45-04:00 — #19
Will you please remind me who/what is Oglaf in Oglaf?
yellowt — 2014-04-14T09:28:37-04:00 — #20
I vote for Mater, from Cars, or even Dory, from Finding Nemo.
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