Today we’re talking Disney Villains. Disney Villains means snappy comebacks and incredibly wicked one-liners. They mean epic statements perfect for everyday use in a million different scenarios. Don’t know which DV (yeah we’re shortening it) zinger to incorporate into your daily routine? Take our quiz to find out:
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Pick your ideal evil sidekick
Pick your favorite powerful title
Pick a favorite Disney villain
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Your catchphrase should be “I’m surrounded by idiots.”
Scar’s most-quoted phrase from The Lion King is useful in almost every situation. At school, at work, at the grocery store … Never not useful.
Your catchphrase should be “I’ve never liked your spinach puffs.”
When Yzma said this to Kronk in The Emperor’s New Groove, all of our hearts hurt for the well-meaning oaf. Now, you can use this spinach puff-themed phrase as an all-purpose clapback whenever someone wrongs you.
Your catchphrase should be “Oh dear, what an awkward situation.”
Used with gleeful sarcasm, Maleficent’s quote from Sleeping Beauty will make any situation that’s awkward for others even more awkward. Truly wicked.
Your catchphrase should be “I love the way your foul little mind works!”
Use this quote from Jafar in Aladdin to give a backhanded compliment to your evil sidekick. Build them up without pushing their ego too high.
Your catchphrase should be “We mustn't lurk in doorways. It's rude. One might question your upbringing.”
Sure, Ursula used this quote in The Little Mermaid when Ariel was lurking in a doorway, but we argue that it’s an all-purpose phrase, especially the upbringing part.
Your catchphrase should be “Why you doddering imbecile!”
This Captain Hook quote from Peter Pan is positively perfect for its use of the word “doddering.” More phrases should include the word “doddering.”
Your catchphrase should be “Memo to me: Maim you after my meeting.”
This quote from Hades in Hercules is both a threat to your underlings and a handy reminder for yourself. Use often.
Your catchphrase should be “Miserable, darling, as usual, perfectly wretched.”
When someone asks you how you’re doing, remember these wise words from Cruella De Vil in One Hundred and One Dalmatians. Works every time.