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The Great Disney Princesses Slothy Crossover

by Hazel Chua
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‘Sloth’ is defined as a person having a ‘reluctance to work or make an effort.’ It could also be referring to the ‘slow-moving tropical American mammal that hangs upside down from tree branches.’

Seemingly combining these two definitions is artist Phillip Light with his unique series which crosses the great Disney Princesses over with the ever-lovable sloth. Of course, this statement is only valid if you make the assumption that the princesses do nothing but laze around their palaces all day while being waited upon on hand and foot.

Disney Sloth

Aside from the illustrations being extremely adorable, Philip has creatively dubbed each with a unique but distinctly slothy princess name. Take, for example, Snow Sloth.

My personal favorite happens to be the Little Sloth-maid. Who’s yours?

[via Incredible Things]

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