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17 Of The Most Sarcastic Lines Disney Characters Have Ever Come Up With

If you are a Disneyphile, you surely know how ironic its movies could be. Disney has the best writers in this world and we can see it in literally every line. Even though most of its movies are loved for their wholesomeness, sweetness and humanity, there are still impressive moments when Disney characters come up with a hilariously sarcastic comment and absolutely nail it. Yes they don’t often reveal their bitter, sassy part, but when they do, it seriously burns.

Here are 17 clever comebacks and brilliant backhanded compliments from classic Disney works that we can’t help but admire, and they are guaranteed to make you burst out laughing too! Just scroll down and check them out:

#1. “Ladies don’t start fights, but they can finish them.” (The Aristocats – 1970)

#2. “Well, there’s the usual things: flowers… chocolates… promises you don’t intend to keep…” (Beauty and The Beast – 1991)

#3. “I haven’t seen this much love in a room since Narcissus discovered himself.” (Hercules – 1997)

#4. “Yeah, the only girl who’d love him is his mother.” (Mulan – 1998)

#5. “Good, we don’t wanna hear about it.” (The Lion King – 1994)

#6. “That’s because it’s on you, dear.” (Sleeping Beauty – 1959)

#7. “Let me guess, you have a great personality.” (The Emperor’s New Groove – 2000)

#8. “Oh look, you’re here too!” (Tangled – 2010)

#9. “I’m surrounded by idiots.” (The Lion King – 1994)

#10. “Isn’t it rather dangerous to use one’s entire vocabulary in a single sentence?” (Oliver & Company – 1988)

#11. “Sarcasm is a foreign language to you, isn’t it?” (The Lion King – 1994)

#12. “If you don’t think, you shouldn’t talk.” (Alice in Wonderland – 1951)

#13. “We were afraid it was someone important.” (The Lion King – 1994)

#14. “Geez, I used to take lunch money from guys like this.” (Atlantis: The Lost Empire – 2001)

#15. “Funny, I was going to say the same thing about you.” (The Hunchback of Notre Dame – 1996)

#16. “Don’t know. Don’t care.” (The Emperor’s New Groove – 2000)

#17. “With the greatest possible respect, zip your howling screamer.” (Treasure Planet – 2002)

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