1. Isn't having 101 Dalmatians in your home breaking some sort of bylaw?
I mean, I get that the dogs have been rescued, and it's great that they're not being made into fur coats, but having this many pets in a home has the makings of a show you'd see on TLC.
2. How does literally nobody catch on that Mulan is a female?
I mean, she doesn't have an Adam's apple, her voice isn't deep, and when she tries to fake a man's voice, it's not at all convincing. She doesn't even have any masculine features!
3. Also, why did Mulan have to go to war in the first place?
We know her dad wasn't in the best shape and that's why she stepped up, right? Well, she got told to go pack up and go home because she couldn't climb the post.
Clearly, her father wouldn't have been able to get through these physical challenges and would have been sent home too!
4. I know Frozen hasn't been out for that long, but I still have one big issue with it.
When Elsa is building her ice castle, what exactly was she planning on sleeping on? A giant block of ice? What about her plumbing situation? That sounds super uncomfortable, even if the cold doesn't bother you.
5. I've always wondered: In Cinderella, why don't her glass slippers disappear or turn back into regular shoes after midnight?
Everything else did. What made those slippers so special that they got to stick around?
6. Also, the Prince demands that he's going to find this mystery woman using the glass slipper.
But he had no idea that it was magical and made just for Cinderella.
Why didn't he consider that the shoe might have fit on multiple women given that, for all he knows, it's just regular footwear?
7. Could someone please tell me where the rest of Tarzan's body hair is?
It makes sense that he had long locks on his head, but what about his chest or literally anywhere else on the rest of his body?
Don't tell me he practices manscaping in the middle of the jungle. I just don't buy it.
8. Since Ariel gave up the ability to speak, why didn't she just write things down to communicate with Prince Eric?
We know she knows how to at least write her name, so that would have been a start.
9. In Beauty and the Beast, we get a glimpse of the Beast's (aka Adam's) torn-up portrait.
But since Adam was just 11 years old when he had the evil spell put upon him and the castle, how is this 20-something-year-old portrait of him even a thing?
10. And another thing: When Belle takes the Beast back to the castle after fighting the wolves, how on earth does she manage to lift him up onto the horse?
Don't get me wrong, I love that she was a hero, but how???
11. One more thing!
Mrs. Potts sends Chip off to bed with his brothers and sisters, and there's literally over 20 other mugs in the cupboard, so does she actually have that many children in real life? Something is wrong here.
12. In Sleeping Beauty, why doesn't Maleficent just send Diablo to find Princess Aurora the first time around?
The henchmen couldn't find her after 16 years (because they're fools and were looking for a baby), and so she sends Diablo off and he finds her in, like, 30 seconds.
13. Why doesn't Jafar just use his staff to get what he wanted from the very start?
We know he used it to manipulate the Sultan. Why didn't he do the same thing with Princess Jasmine and Aladdin?
14. In Toy Story, we know that Buzz believes he's a real-life Space Ranger, right?
If that's the case, then why does he freeze like the rest of the toys when Andy walks into the room?
15. I've always wondered why Woody doesn't remember where he came from.
When he meets Jessie, she has this whole backstory of her previous owner and is still clearly upset about being abandoned. But Woody? Nothing!
16. Again, I know the movie Rapunzel isn't that old, but can someone just tell me exactly how she manages to escape from her tower?
Tumblr post pointed out that Rapunzel has 70 feet of hair, and her tower is 70 feet long.
But for her to escape using the pulley system, she would have needed 140 feet of hair. What's the truth, Disney???