The FROZEN FEVER, Signs that you’re obsessed with Disney’s Frozen
The FROZEN FEVER | Signs that you’re obsessed with Disney’s Frozen
Recently I’ve been hearing Frozen almost everywhere. People, even adults and grandparents, have heard of it because of all the children who can’t stop talking about it. I thought I’d be the only one around my group of friends who would like the movie since I’m the only disnerd among them. But I was wrong. They all watched Frozen and were all very happy with it.
I guess I could say my level of obsession with Disney movies are beyond normal. But obsession with Frozen? WAY BEYOND NORMAL! I knew the songs even before I watched it in the movies. I literally pushed a guy, who was on my way, because I was so freakin’ excited to watch this with my parents.
I’m such a loser Anyway, here are some ways to see if you’ve also caught the Frozen fever.
1.) You’ve memorized every word in every song.
You even copy Anna’s way of saying “It doesn’t have to be a snowman” when she was singing through the keyhole with pouted lips.
- Even the part where Olaf sings “Winter’s a good time to stay in and cuddle but put me in summer and I’ll be a … HAPPY SNOWMAN”
You sing them to the point that your friends will get the song stuck in their heads and they blame YOU for it.
2.) You’ve attempted to do Elsa or Anna’s hairstyle.
3.) You’ve named one of your pets Olaf (I personally did this. I wanted so badly to have a pet named Olaf that when my dog gave birth to two white puppies, I named them Olaf and Sven … They’re girls -__-)
4.) You’re seriously considering to wear Elsa’s dress for you wedding or any special event.
5.) You’ve actually blamed Elsa for the current cold weather everyone is experiencing.
6.) You use “Let it go” as a reference to moving on when you are heartbroken or disappointed with something.
7.) You’ve tried drawing at least one Frozen character.
8.) You automatically associate it with the movie every time you hear the words “Freezing” “Cold” “Snow”.
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