Ready for some Thursday fun? What if Disney princesses were Minions?

UPDATED ON FEB 18, 2016 08:24 AM IST
Princess Ariel from The Little Mermaid: This is what happens when you replace the heads of Disney princesses with Minions. (twitter)
Princess Jasmine Al-Hamed from Aladdin: You know, those little yellow guys from the Despicable Me movies. (twitter)
Princess Snow White of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Jen Lewis, over at Buzzfeed, has drawn her own interpretation of what Disney princesses would look like if they were Minions. (twitter)
Princess Cinderella from Cinderella :The results are… well, frankly, kind of disturbing! (twitter)
Princess Aurora from Sleeping Beauty: These yellow-headed creatures were first featured in the 2010 Universal Pictures film Despicable Me, and will be featured in their own film, Minions. (twitter)
Pocahontas from Pocahontas: Are you enjoying these illustrations put together by Jen Lewis? (twitter)
Princess Tiana from The Princess and the Frog: Our verdict? We can’t quite decide if these are funny or creepy. Perhaps a bit of both. (twitter)
Mulan from Mulan: Moral of the story? A woman can be anything she wants to be, even if she’s a Disney Princess. (twitter)

Princess Ariel from The Little Mermaid: This is what happens when you replace the heads of Disney princesses with Minions. (twitter)

Princess Jasmine Al-Hamed from Aladdin: You know, those little yellow guys from the Despicable Me movies. (twitter)

Princess Snow White of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Jen Lewis, over at Buzzfeed, has drawn her own interpretation of what Disney princesses would look like if they were Minions. (twitter)

Princess Cinderella from Cinderella :The results are… well, frankly, kind of disturbing! (twitter)

Princess Aurora from Sleeping Beauty: These yellow-headed creatures were first featured in the 2010 Universal Pictures film Despicable Me, and will be featured in their own film, Minions. (twitter)

Pocahontas from Pocahontas: Are you enjoying these illustrations put together by Jen Lewis? (twitter)

Princess Tiana from The Princess and the Frog: Our verdict? We can’t quite decide if these are funny or creepy. Perhaps a bit of both. (twitter)

Mulan from Mulan: Moral of the story? A woman can be anything she wants to be, even if she’s a Disney Princess. (twitter)

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