Posted on: April 12, 2022 Posted by: Sohail Akhtar Comments: 0

If you’re a Disney fan, you’re well aware of how ironic its films can be. Disney has some of the best writers in the world, and it shows in almost every line. Even while the majority of its films are praised for their wholesomeness, tenderness, and humanity, there are still memorable times when Disney characters make a brilliantly sarcastic remark and nail it. They don’t show their bitter, sassy side too often, but when they do, it burns.

Here are 17 fantastic backhanded compliments and clever comebacks from vintage Disney films that we can’t help but admire, and they’ll make you break out laughing as well! Simply scroll down to see them:

#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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