Disney princesses celebrate Oktoberfest with favorite brewskies

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PHOTO COURTESY WALT DISNEY PICTURES
  • Photo courtesy Walt Disney Pictures
Admit it: You can't help but click on every iteration of Disney Princess clickbait. Whether you're figuring out whether you and Prince Eric are really a perfect pair, or whether Belle is truly your bestie, it's irresistible to couple your real life with the fictional characters you grew up with (and if you didn't grow up with Disney movies, welcome to the Real World — glad you came out from under that rock).  

The latest "princess as real person" infographic combines fall and drinking. This illustration celebrates Oktoberfest by positing which beer each Disney Princess would prefer, by PureCostumes.com. Prost!



While there isn't much rhyme or reason at first glance (really, Rapunzel? Bud Light?), some of them are just plain hilarious (mermaids love Corona, naturally), and others border on stereotypical (Mulan's beer of choice? Tsingtao, of course.) but when you take a look at the artists' reasoning here, there's some real cleverness happening behind the drawing.

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