doctorow at April 13th, 2014 12:04 — #1
stefanjones at April 13th, 2014 12:20 — #2
Another white Disney princess.
glitch at April 13th, 2014 12:21 — #3
For some reason, these make me want to see Olaf done up like Margaret Thatcher.
the_borderer at April 13th, 2014 12:35 — #4
She was more of a Disney villain than a princess.
glitch at April 13th, 2014 12:45 — #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 at April 13th, 2014 13:26 — #6
timmh at April 13th, 2014 13:31 — #7
retepslluerb at April 13th, 2014 13:42 — #8
I think you mean icehole.
glitch at April 13th, 2014 13:45 — #9
retepslluerb at April 13th, 2014 13:50 — #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 at April 13th, 2014 14:26 — #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 at April 13th, 2014 15:36 — #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 at April 13th, 2014 16:13 — #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 at April 13th, 2014 16:35 — #14
Having not yet seen Frozen, I of course read that as "Oglaf (NSFW) as Disney princesses". Different thing entirely.
the_borderer at April 13th, 2014 17:36 — #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 at April 13th, 2014 22:07 — #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 at April 13th, 2014 22:59 — #17
Olaf was amusing, yes, but "the greatest comic-relief sidekick in animated history" is a bit much.
samwinston at April 14th, 2014 00:50 — #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 at April 14th, 2014 05:01 — #19
Will you please remind me who/what is Oglaf in Oglaf?
yellowt at April 14th, 2014 09:28 — #20
I vote for Mater, from Cars, or even Dory, from Finding Nemo.
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