If you’re anything like us, you spend many of your nights lying awake and attempting to process the fact that the brain named itself. Disney movies abound with similar incomprehensible mysteries, which we’ve expounded on at length. Well, we’re not done yet. Get ready for your brain to hurt:
We all have imaginary friends we’ve forgotten about, and they’re just hanging out in our minds.
Anytime you’ve ever unplugged a game, all of its residents have become homeless.
What if there’s a popular buddy comedy in Monstropolis about humans working in a factory?
Boo has a real name that isn’t Boo.
So does Flower.
Ariel is the only princess who has a kid (that we know of).
The Beast’s curse will become permanent on his 21st birthday, and Lumiere sings, “Ten years we’ve been rusting,” which means the Beast was cursed when he was only eleven.
When Dr. Facilier sings, “It’s the green that I see,” a tarot card shows a prince lying on what looks shockingly like … a lily pad? Foreshadowing levels: hardcore.
Cinderella is such a talented singer, she can sing her own harmonies.
When Yzma dumps her poisoned drink on the cactus behind her, it turns into a llama.
Jonathan Freeman, who voiced Jafar in Aladdin, also plays him in the Broadway show.
What other Disney facts have you not been able to fully process? Let us know in the comments!