No matter how old you get, Disney is still life. If you deny it, you’re just lying. Personally, I’m all about my classic Disney ‘kids’ movies, but let’s also factor in that they own Star Wars, Pixar and Marvel – that’s pretty much every movie you ever wanted to see. You also get unlimited downloads so you can watch anything you want offline too.
So then, what could be better than winning a yearly subscription to Disney+ where you can binge all of these bad bois until the cows come home? Not a lot. So obviously you should tell us below, in 25 words or less, what you’ll be downloading first on Disney+.
I, personally, learned all my major life lessons from Disney flicks. ‘Don’t accept apples from strangers’ has saved me more than once. It’s helpful to know that any strained relationships can be fixed with a little tragedy, adventure and snowmen. Also, gorillas make really good families, which will come in handy if I end up stranded in any jungles.
I’ll be honest, I was fully intending to leave that thought there, but then I asked the office (mainly to make sure I wasn’t the only adult who felt this way) and their lessons are way too important not to share.
- Being rich won’t make you happy, but it sure will help you woo a love interest.
- 100 dalmatians are simply not enough dogs for one couple.
- For the love of goodness, always read a contract before you sign it, particularly when you reckon you’re in love.
- They don’t really love you unless they show you the world, shining shimmering splendid.
- On that note, if they propose without having sung you a single song, they’re simply not trying hard enough.
- It’s A-OK that you’re a little scared of the future, but also growing up is glorious when you learn to roll with it.
- Don’t give in to peer pressure – just a single touch of the butt will always end in a fish tank.
- Always put that thing back where it came from, or so help me.
All of this to say, Disney is more than entertainment, it is life, and you could be enjoying it all for free. Go enter already.
But also, as with any Disney plot that seems too good to be true, there are terms and conditions you should read first.Image: Aladdin