I’ve never done a ‘tag’ post as such on here before, but my friend Ellen (ellengblogs.blogspot.co.uk) did one on her blog (this one actually!) and it kinda inspired me! A tag post is essentially like a Q&A, but you don’t need to rely on people to ask you questions, instead you’re meant to be tagged to do it. I wasn’t but let’s not get bogged down in the details here! I’m going to be using the same questions that she used (but not all 30) because I don’t know where she found them, so here is ‘The Disney Tag’:
The Disney Tag:
Q1: Favourite Animal?
This is a hard one because aren’t MOST of them animals. I like Stitch, he’s cute but I’m not entirely sure whether I’d be able to pass him off as an animal or not, never mind! Oh, and Perry The Platypus. He’s funny!
Q2: Favourite Original Character?
Mickey Mouse – isn’t that everyone’s favourite? Or Minnie Mouse!
Q3: Favourite Theme Park?
Welllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, I’ve only been to Paris (post HERE) so I can’t compare to any others. So Paris is my favourite!
Q4: Favourite Theme Park Attraction?
At Disney Paris, there were a lot of rides that I went on more than once. I can’t pick one specific favourite!
Q5: The First Disney Movie you saw?
I want to say Piglet’s Big Movie…..
Q6: Favourite sequel?
I don’t think I have a favourite sequel as such. The first ones always make the most sense I think! Although, I like Monsters University/Monsters Inc. (Monsters Inc. being the sequel of Monsters University!)
Q7: Favourite Song?
Probably something from High School Musical to be honest. They’re the kind of songs that I think are meant to be catchy and sung along to.
Q8: Favourite Pixar Film?
Not sure, there’s so many to choose from! There’s Toy Story, Inside Out, Up, Monsters Inc./University, Finding Nemo/Dory, Cars. I couldn’t choose…
Q9: Saddest Death?
The one that comes to me now is Ellie in Up because Carl was so happy with her, and they had all these dreams and then she just died and I don’t think he coped very well.
Q10: Underrated Movie?
I don’t really think any of them are underrated at such, they’ve all been relatively popular. But I think maybe the classics should come back into play a little bit. There’s a lot of focus on all the modern films!
I think I’ll leave it there at 10 questions, turns out I know less about Disney Films that I thought I did. It was a bit of a train-wreak wasn’t it? Don’t worry, I’m embarrassed too! If you want to have a go, feel free to say that I tagged you. You can find more questions on Ellen’s post here.
Thanks for reading! – Do you like Disney?