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11 Disney Characters Who Will Always Be Single

February 14th is a day to celebrate being in love. February 15th is a day to celebrate being single.

Have you ever heard of Singles Awareness Day (aka S.A.D.)? Check it out, it’s a real thing!

According to this Singles Awareness website, here’s what the day is all about: “In response to the huge push by retailers for us to buy all of their candy, flowers and greeting cards, February 15 has been declared Singles Awareness Day! This is the day that all of the single people can proudly stand up and show that it is OKAY to be single! The goal of Singles Awareness Day is to let singles have celebrations, get-togethers, etc. and to exchange gifts with their single friends. The awareness day was established by single people who were just sick of feeling left out on Valentine’s Day, and support of the day is growing every year.”

Usually when you think of Disney, you think of love. ‘Happily ever after’ is a Disney theme that comes up more often than not in film after film. But when we really started looking at Disney movies, there are a lot of singles not to be ignored. We’re not just talking about Disney Villains, of course; they’re EVIL! But there are plenty of other Disney characters who will be celebrating Singles Awareness Day this year — again!

We’ve come up with a list of famous Disney singles and why we think they may be … unattached. Do you agree?

Image Source(s):  ©Disney

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