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What Disney Character Are You Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Who are we kidding: Disney movies were basically our entire childhood. And to be completely honest, they’re still a part of being an adult, too. It’s a well-known fact that anyone who tells you they’re not looking forward to the latest Disney movie release is probably lying.

And, anyone who says they’re not curious about what Disney character they would be according to their star sign is probably also lying. Find your zodiac sign in the list below, and see who is your Disney counterpart, and what your fairytale romance would be like …

Aries (March 21 – April 19)

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Aries, your bold attitude makes you the perfect Aladdin. Your strong will and dependable work ethic means that you’re not the type to give up, even in the face of living as a street rat. Since you’ve got a lot of energy to burn off, you’re definitely the best person to face off against the deviousness of Jafar.

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Romancing you is pretty easy, so long as your beloved respects the fact that you are a sucker for adventure. Nothing would stop your ambition from taking you to the Cave of Wonders!

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

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With your determined attitude, Taurus, you are definitely Tarzan. You have the fortitude to see yourself learn to tree-surf like a pro, and fight off would-be poachers. Your stamina is unparalleled, and you have a generous personality.

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Your lovers are lucky, since they know you have a real appreciation for beauty – and you wouldn’t be with them if you didn’t think they were gorgeous! However, you can have trouble communicating your feelings, so they do have to be patient with you.

Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

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Gemini, your versatility is what defines you as Mulan. New situations don’t scare you, since you’re good at thinking on your feet. Your smarts are why people want you around when they’re caught in a sticky situation. Remember: you’re as swift as the coursing river, with all the force of a great typhoon, you have the strength of a raging fire, and you’re as mysterious as the dark side of the moon.

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Your ideal partner would have to understand that you can’t just sit at home and play the homemaker. That would be boring. You would rather spend your time crossdressing, saving the country from violent invaders, and making your family proud.

Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

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Snow White is your Disney counterpart, Cancer. You have such a large heart, and you care for the people around you. We know – it can be a bit overwhelming at times. You crave stability in your home life, so that you can feel secure, safe and comfortable. Just make sure your housemates don’t take your kindness for granted!

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Someday your prince will come, and they’ll be understanding of your absent father and evil stepmother issues. Beware, though, since they might have a chronic habit of disturbing your sleep.

Leo (July 23 – August 22)

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Leo, your sign is the king of the jungle, so who could you be, but Simba? You’re a good, strong leader, which is just as well when everything the light touches is your kingdom. Leo, you have a great sense of judgment, which is why you can easily make friends with the likes of meerkats and warthogs. Hakuna matata, right?

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Your loved one must be comfortable with your penchant for drama. While it seems to centre on you, you’d swear it’s not always your fault. It’s not like you can help that your uncle’s the jealous, murderous type.

Virgo (August 23 – September 22)

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With your ability to keep your emotions reigned in, Virgo, you are the quintessential Elsa. Rather than risk making yourself vulnerable, you try to focus your attention on what you’re doing rather than on who you are as a person. You can sometimes be overly self-critical, because you always demand the best from yourself. But, you need to learn to let it go.

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Virgo, your ideal partner is someone who can accept you for who you are, and will love you unconditionally. And hopefully they can teach you how to love yourself, too.

Libra (September 23 – October 22)

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Libra, you find yourself in Pocahontas. You have a great capacity for charming others into cooperation, but you’re not the best at dealing with confrontation. In fact, you have a fear of other people getting hurt, and this can keep you from reaching your goals.

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You can be your best self with someone who understands your passion for justice and equality. Since you have the ability to see beauty in lots of things, your loved one must be able to appreciate the colours of the wind.

Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)

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With your entrepreneurial attitude, Scorpio, you have an innate ability to overcome massive obstacles, just like your Disney counterpart, Moana. You’re not satisfied with spending forever on a tiny island. You’d rather a bigger, bolder lifestyle, exploring the world.

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Finding that special someone for you means finding a person who can keep up with you in a heated debate. You can’t help it if you feel passionate about something! In fact, more often than you bring that same passion into the bedroom with you.

Sagittarius (November 23 – December 21)

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Sagittarius, have you ever considered how much you have in common with Rapunzel? You have a real desire for freedom, but you also like the idea of having a place, or kingdom, to call home. Your ability to adapt in hairy situations means you’ll get your happy ending, eventually.

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True love for you is being with a Flynn Rider who accepts you and your passion for travel. And, who won’t mind if you do wildly spontaneous things, like cutting all of your hair off at the drop of a hat.

Capricorn (December 22 – January 20)

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Remember Lilo and Stitch, Capricorn? Well, you’re definitely the Lilo in this equation. You make a great companion, and life-long friend, which is just as well if your number one amigo is an alien. Watch out for the Nani in your life, since you need someone to provide rules and structure for you to function well.

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Your soulmate is someone who understands that your stoicism makes you pretty closed-mouthed when it comes to talking about your emotions. 

Aquarius (January 21 – February 18)

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Aquarius, with your unorthodox, unconventional soul, you are certainly Belle. People know you for always having your nose in a book. And, since you are well-read, it makes you a pretty intelligent person. You tend to make friends with an eclectic bunch – yes, being friends with household belongings is a little strange. 

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You’re not worried about the way someone looks when you’re in a relationship, Aquarius. You’d rather know that they have a good heart, and care about humanitarian issues like you do.

Pisces (February 19 – March 20)

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Pisces, let’s face it: you’re Ariel. You’re a real fish out of water. You can be shy at the best of times, which makes you adept at imitating the mannerisms of other people while you hide your true personality … or mermaid heritage. 

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Your Prince Eric knows that you make a devoted lover and friend, and that you’re selfless to a fault. With your deeply emotional nature, you make a sensitive soul to be around.

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This Veracruz Taquería Made Marvel’s Thanos Twerk In Its Hilarious Ad

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This Veracruz Taquería Made Marvel’s Thanos Twerk In Its Hilarious Ad

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If you’ve ever visited Mexico, you know that copyright laws seem pretty lax. There are all kinds of Pokémon, Disney, and Cartoon Network inspired goods from piñatas to costumes in most mercados. The same can be said for tv ads. Takesabroso, a taquería in Veracruz, México, has jumped on the trend and created a stellar ad for their food using Thanos and his unknown twerking skills. Jorge Lajud produced a commercial for the taquería that artfully mashes up a scene of villain Thor from “Avengers: Endgame” and a montage of tacos and other Mexican food. Like any other art form, you have to see it to appreciate it.

The video has gone viral with over 5.5 million views thanks to it being posted on Twitter.

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The commercial starts with a scene we’re all familiar with–the moment Thanos thinks he has all the Infinity Stones and offers a build-up to the moment he wipes out all of mankind. Spoiler: he doesn’t. Thanos says, “Yo soy inevitable,” snaps his fingers, and nothing happens.

Then, instead of the scene cutting to superhero Iron Man, we see Takesabroso owner, Luis Vazquez, dramatically saying, “Yo soy Takesabroso.”

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He snaps his fingers and saves the day with a montage of Takesabroso’s menu items. In the bottom left-hand corner, supervillain Thanos seems to be happy with how terribly his plan failed and is twerking up against the lechón on screen. 

Yup. Thanos is twerking to cumbia.

Fans are here for it. As video rolls on burritos, tacos, and rotating meat, Thanos just keeps on dancing cumbia in the corner. “It’s the twerking thanos that really tied it all together,” commented one fan.

It’s official. Thanos is now Thaños and is clearly invited to every carne asada.

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That little tilde on the “n” goes a very long way in making Thanos a true dancing Latino icon.

Some folks are worried that Takesabroso isn’t going to get away with using Marvel footage.

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Personally, we think Thaños is far more appealing than his evil twin, Thanos. Mexicans have basically responded to this tweet with pure laughter. “Marvel lawyers trying to stop a Mexican restaurant from stealing intellectual property? Good luck,” tweets one fan.

This has prompted a whole other thread about different ways folks have seen Mexican restaurants “give precisely zero f***s.”

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One person seemingly well versed in copyright infringement tweeted their two cents, “Well it’s not illegal the clip used is not long enough to be considered plagiarism and its transformative enough to be fair use but Disney has sued for less and won lol.” 

Disney’s “Avengers: Endgame” was the final installment of the “Avengers” franchise and is the highest-grossing film of all time. The timing of the video is smart given that Disney released “Avengers: Endgame” on Blu-ray and DVD this week.

The rest of Latin America has also chimed in to share ways their countries don’t care about copyright.

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“My fave: Harry Potter y el Orden del Taco,” read one reply. Nope, we’re voting for “Harry Potter y el trompo de pastor” for the win. 

“In Mexico City, we have a place named “Tacos Goku” or also there’s “Tacos Megaman” the copyright is like a joke for them,” one Mexicano tweeted. Another said he ” remembered a tortilleria called “El Thor-tillero” on León, near the bus station (central camionera).”

This isn’t the first time Takesabroso has ventured into hilarious advertisements…

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Takesabroso’s video editor in resident, Jorge Lajud, recast the restaurant owner in a scene from Venom and then had his form be overlayed by a Ricardo Milos dancing. Note the floating images of tacos and burgers floating around him. It’s pretty clear Vazquez is also absolutely delighted by these commercials.

Takesabroso has welcomed the wide response from folks and even dedicated a Facebook post to its fans. “Takesabroso not only seeks to bring flavor to your life, but it also seeks to bring joy to your heart,” Vazquez posted. “This meme is viral, thanks to all.”

The woman responsible for gifting the video to Twitter, which took it viral, is using her platform to promote non-profit RAICES Texas.

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The Refugee Aid Project, commonly known as RAICES, is the largest immigration legal services provider in Texas. It’s staffed with 130 attorneys, legal assistants and support staff whose sole job is to offer legal representation to immigrants at risk from America’s current immigration policies. In 2017, they closed 51,000 cases at no cost to the client.

You can donate to RAICES here.

Watch the full video below!

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These Brazilian Artists Reimagined ‘Game of Thrones’ Characters as Disney Ones And People Are Losing It

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These Brazilian Artists Reimagined ‘Game of Thrones’ Characters as Disney Ones And People Are Losing It

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It’s been almost three months since the Game of Thrones series finale, and if you’re one of the millions of fans of the cult HBO series, then it’s likely you’re hankering for more tales from Westeros. While the prospect of remaking the final season is unlikely, despite a petition garnering a massive 1.7 million signatures, perhaps this Disney-inspired version of the fantasy drama will temporarily satisfy your hunger for more.

Yup, it’s true. Your favorite ‘Game of Thrones’ characters are now Disney illustration.

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Brazilian artists Fernando Mendonça and Anderson Mahanski have reimagined characters and scenes from Game of Thrones as if they were in an alternate Disney World Studios setting. The animators, who work for the South American country’s Combo Studio, not only turn the characters into cartoons but also insert some of the beloved — and despised — personalities into scenes from our favorite childhood classics.

In the illustrations, we see Jamie Lannister and Brienne of Tarth dancing romantically and resembling Belle and the Beast from “Beauty and the Beast.” We also spot Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen riding on a dragon that bears semblance to Jasmine and Aladdin flying on a magic carpet in “Aladdin.” Then there’s a night walker gleefully twirling in a winter-blue setting, appearing as a blend of Cinderella and Elsa.

“Look I’ll show you … How I burn this world,” reads the caption of Combo Studio’s post about the illustrations from April, when the animation house released the images. The quote, which is presented with Aladdin-inspired art of Jon and Daeny, merge the two fantastical worlds together.

OK…so maybe to some a mashup of the often violent and sexual GOT with Disney is kind of weird.

While some might find the Rated R violence and sexual activity of Game of Thrones too obscene for a Disney makeover, the mash-up is more fitting than you might first believe. Disney’s greatest animated films are filled with monarchs, dragons, witches and mythical journeys. Princesses realize their might as evil foes, ahem Cersei, try to capture them. It almost feels like Disney sagas were inspo for some of the gory scenarios that make up the eight-season series — albeit with less blood and nudity.

But, for the most part, fans of the series are into it.

“Man, this is wonderful,” one commenter said in Portuguese on Instagram. “Love it,” added another.

This isn’t the first time the the Brazilian team have taken characters and turned them into illustrations.

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The Rio de Janeiro-based illustrators, who are behind animated Brazilian series like Super Drags and GadgetGang in Outer Space as well as the documentary “Luz, Anima, Ação,” have turned esteemed characters and celebrities into illustrations before. Mendonça, for instance, has also cartoonized Daryl Dixon from AMC’s horror drama series The Walking Dead, Captain Jack Sparrow from the fantasy films “Pirates of the Caribbean,” Fiona Goode from the anthology horror series American Horror Story, and Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder from the crime drama series The Killing as well as celebrities like Beyoncé and Elvis, among many more.

Mendonça isn’t the only pop culture buff in the duo, though. His partner Mahanski has also animated famed TV characters and artists, including Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw, the “Sound of Music’s” Maria von Trapp as well as a few illustrations of the pop icon Madonna.

The team is also not the first to merge ‘Game of Thrones’ with Disney films.

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Back in 2014, artist Sam Tsui, also known as DjeDjehuti on DeviantArt, meshed the “Magical World of Disney” with the “Wonderful World of Westeros” to create 13 illustrations of the series’ women characters as Disney princesses.

In the project, Cersei Lannister took on the role of Aurora; Daenerys became Elsa, Catelyn Stark reemerged as Cinderella; Olenna Tyrell was reimagined as Grandma Fa; Sansa Stark became Rapunzel; Margaery Tyrell starred as Belle; Shae transformed into Snow White; Meera Reed was depicted as Tiana; Ellaria Sand was represented as Jasmine; Brienne of Tarth was illustrated as Mulan; Arya Stark was drawn as Lilo; Melisandre became Ariel; and Ygritte was portrayed as Merida.

If you’ve already re-watched Game of Thrones for the third time and have gone through all your mental rewrites of the final season, thinking through this kid-friendly version might be more indulging than you think. Sure, the battles wouldn’t be as gruesome and the brothels will likely have to be swapped for a more PG activity, but think about how delightful, rather than harrowing, the phrase “winter is coming” could be. The possibilities are endless — after all, both worlds are fantasy. 

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