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Best Internet Meme Ever: Hipster Disney Princesses

I love a good internet meme and, next to condescending Willy Wonka, Hipster Disney Princess is my favorite. Actually, I love all hipster memes and lucky for me there are many from which to choose.

This one began with Ariel and then the other princesses just had to follow suit. Some of them aren’t even princesses, they’ve just photoshopped ironic glasses onto their faces and are purporting themselves to be hipster royalty of a land far far away that you’ve probably never heard of before.

Check out the best of the meme:

  • Ariel of The Little Mermaid 1 of 11
    Ariel of The Little Mermaid
    I hate it when my natural habitat goes mainstream.
  • Belle of Beauty and the Beast 2 of 11
    Belle of Beauty and the Beast
    No hairless, mainstream, male fashion models for Belle.
  • Jasmine of Aladdin 3 of 11
    Jasmine of Aladdin
    I hope they release it on vinyl.
  • Cinderella 4 of 11
    Don't even try to understand Cinderella's obscure, all natural art installation.
  • Ariel of The Little Mermaid 5 of 11
    Ariel of The Little Mermaid
    Hipster Ariel turns her nose up at your CD collection.
  • Snow White 6 of 11
    Snow White
    Snow White liked the Dwarves before they were cool.
  • Tiana of The Princess and The Frog 7 of 11
    Tiana of The Princess and The Frog
    Tiana can't survive on processed food. Not even ironically.
  • Aurora of Sleeping Beauty 8 of 11
    Aurora of Sleeping Beauty
    Hipster Aurora's diet and wardrobe are 100% organic.
  • Ariel of The Little Mermaid 9 of 11
    Ariel of The Little Mermaid
    Hipster Ariel prefers the more obscure terms for common household objects.
  • Megara of Hercules 10 of 11
    Megara of Hercules
    How embarrassing would it be to realize you sold your soul to the same place everyone is selling their soul?
  • Jane of Tarzan 11 of 11
    Jane of Tarzan
    That world is so last year.


See more Disney Hipsters at Buzzfeed.

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