The Most Important Quotes from The Lion King, According to You

Hakuna matata; so many wonderful phrases! We recently asked you, mighty Oh My Disney fans, which quotes from The Lion King resonate the most with you. You commented, we listened. Take a gander:

“It’s times like this my buddy Timon here says: you got to put your behind in your past.” – Pumbaa
Timon_and_Pumbaa_Talking_to_Simba It’s important to always look where you’re headed rather than where you were!

“Oh yes, the past can hurt. But from the way I see it, you can either run from it, or learn from it.” – Rafiki
Simba_and_Rafiki_Life_Lesson Even Rafiki knows that every day is a lesson in itself. Enjoy the ride!

“I laugh in the face of danger.” – Simba
Simba_Laughing_In_The_Face_Of_Danger Don’t let danger control you. Embrace a challenge—you never know where it will take you. Just don’t go around visiting elephant graveyards, okay?

“But, Zazu, you told me they are nothing but slobbery, mangy stupid poachers.” – Simba
Simba_Talks_Trash Ouch. Simba sure knows how to throw some shade.

“Remember who you are.” – Mufasa
Remember_Who_You_Are It’s easy to forget at times, but nothing is more important.

“Being brave doesn’t mean you go looking for trouble.” – Mufasa
Mufasa_Talks_Bravery What it does mean is that you’re mature enough to understand your fears and overcome them.

“There’s one in every family, sire. Two in mine, actually. And they always manage to ruin special occasions.” – Zazu
Zazu_Family_Chat Because … ya know. Uncles.

“Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance. As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope.” – Mufasa
Delicate_Balance_Circle_of_Life Otherwise known as embracing the great circle of life.

“What’s a motto?” “Nothing, what’s the motto with you?” – Simba and Timon
Whats_A_Motto Classic Timon.

You’ve heard the finalists, now it’s your turn to vote! Let us know which (slightly truncated) fantastic phrase makes you grin from mane to mane.

Posted 5 years Ago
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