I've always had a love/hate relationship with Disney characters.
I mean, who doesn't want a drop-dead gorgeous (albeit two-dimensional) prince to charge to her rescue from a fire-breathing dragon?
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But until the little redhead chick in "Brave" showed up, it seems like young girls everywhere were idolizing Disney princesses who either a) needed a man (or 7 little men) to save them or b) wore incredibly revealing clothes to seduce the aforementioned men (hello, Jasmine from "Aladdin").
So I guess this ad by a plastic surgery center in Venezuela shouldn't exactly shock me. In it, Ariel from "Little Mermaid" gets everything she ever wanted: legs instead of fins, perfectly-arched brows, and ginormous breasts that rival a desperate housewife's. The slogan on the ad campaign? "We make fairy tales come true."
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What do you think of the ad? Does it remind you of what's wrong with the subliminal messages Disney characters send? Or in your "fairytale" world, would you go under the knife for bigger boobs and better brows?