Kristen Sotakoun, a former Walt Disney World worker who portrayed Pocahontas, Mulan and Silvermist (who's, like, Tinkerbell's buddy, apparently?), decided to do a Reddit AMA this week about her time at the park. While the AMA was full of cute stories about kids being cute and shit, Sotakoun posted a blog on The Daily Dot yesterday that showed what kind of weird-ass shit redditors will send to a Disney Princess' private inbox.
Our favorite is undoubtedly this guy, who is not trying to be creepy, y'all! He doesn't have to try. His creepiness just is.
We're not sure which of the characters that Sotakoun portrayed this message is directed to, but if we had to guess, we'd say Mulan, mostly because tea comes from China. (Think about it.)
Well, at least there was one semi-good pick-up line in Sotakoun's inbox. While we're not quite sure what DVD stands for in this context, we think it might have something to do with dicks and vag. Because Reddit.
Check out the AMA for an interesting look at the lives of character actors at Disney, or check out Sotakoun's blog for some more creepy PMs. And the next time you consider asking a stranger on the internet for pictures of their feet, please just quit the Internet. You lost.
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