I agree with Aladdin since he is basically starving, the beast is a prince so he could look both ways, Eric was into a lot of things so he most likely looked how he does in the original movie and Tarzan makes a lot of sense in the ripped part but the hairyness makes a lot of smear considering the conditions he has lives through... Anyways I like the video :) it's nice to shed light on reality :)
Ha ha! Interesting. You know what's weird, only today I complimented a waiter who served me that he looked like he stepped out of a Disney movie. He was young (20 or so,) had a good body, was charming and looked like a cross between Alladin and the guy from Mulan.
Anyway I still think those princes look appealing, what attracted me to them as a teen was their personality, face and charm, not their body. Since that remained unchanged, they are still very attractive.
I am curious what guys would have to say if this changes with the Disney princesses...
As a kid I never noticed that a character had a thin or large waistline and I think the only people who do, are adults. In fact I never cared that a character was thin or not and I never saw them as role models. Because if you limit your idols to just cartoon characters then that's sad. As a child I loved Marilyn Monroe and Amelia Earhart. Marilyn had an IQ off the charts and proved you can be pretty and have brains. I loved Amelia's drive and determination. I wanted to be just as fearless as her. I plan on introducing my niece to both of those amazing women. They are cartoons and are not supposed to mimic real people.