There are some Disney movies that shouldn't go On Ice

Exhibit 1.

And you thought that clowns would make the kids cry? Wait 'til they get a load of “Tits for Eyeballs” Dori and “Hideous Abdomen Growth” Marlin

Percy Bysshe Shelley would certainly freak!

(Kudos to whoever catches that reference!)

I’ve been seeing this advert lately here in Seattle, and my husband just saw it for the first time today.

His reaction was, simply and uncharacteristically:

“Holy shit. I’m going to have nightmares.”

I said, “Well, how else would you dress up as a fish?”

He says, “Why dress up as a fish at all? Why does this need to be done?”


It is kind of disconcerting, isn’t it?

Putting fish on ice is an activity best kept for fishermen, don’t you think?

I’m just glad it’s not their version of Hunchback.

Who could resist throwing a squid on the ice at that show?

Ye gods, my family loves Finding Nemo, but even I’d be talking them into avoiding this one…

Could be worse, can you imagine Disney’s Never Cry Wolf on ice?

I’d like to see Song of the South on ice.

It is. On Ice, I mean. Oh you meant skating… :smiley:

Who took the picture?

:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

I’m pretty sure that Old Yeller on Ice would end badly.

I caught it!

Maybe they need a good corporate sponser.

“Mrs Paul presents…”

Nah, more like PETA.

I’d pay a huge amount of money to see Disney’s Victory Through Air Power On Ice.

Der Fuhrer’s Face Musical Ice Spectacular might be kinda “fun.”

There, what do I win? :smiley:

When that was showing in my area my boyfriend and I saw the commercial for it and both had a “what the hell?!” type response. I think he was even more disturbed about the “tit eyes” than I was. I guess men want to look at tits, but they definitely don’t want the tits to look back at them.

I can definitely see the possibilities of Herbie, the Love Bug On Ice . Imagine Herbie hydroplaning across the rink, crashing through the barrier, rolling over and over through the audience, spilling fiery fuel as he finally comes to rest on top of a troupe of Cub Scouts…

And it still wouldn’t be as disturbing as that Nemo picture!


All I can think of is that at some point the woman heard those 8 magic words:

“So, do you want the job or not?”

(Sadly, the answer is usually “yes”.)