Somebody Reimagined Disney Princesses As A Potato, And The Likeness Is Uncanny

Over time, lots of artists have drawn and modelled Disney Princesses, the characters we know and love from our childhoods into different things. They have been shown as Grumpy Cat, as women living in our modern society and even as hot dogs (that was probably one of the best). However, whilst turning foods into characters doesn’t sound like it could ever be accurate, what until you see this, because now Disney Princesses are being presented in a way you’d have never thought possible- as potatoes.

Yes, you did read that right. A user on Imgur called DisneyPrincessesReimaginedAsThisPotato- a name which does exactly what it says on the tin- has taken several photos of this one potato as different Disney Princesses and the results are… memorable to say the least. The princesses portrayed by this skilled potato include Ariel, Belle, Tiana and even Princess Leia from Star Wars. Don’t believe me? Take a scroll through these pictures and tell us what you think. I wonder what the next reimagining of princesses will be… radishes maybe?

#1 Alice from Alice in Wonderland.

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#2 Ariel from The Little Mermaid

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#3 Jasmine from Aladdin.

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#4 Elsa from Frozen.

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#5 Cinderella from Cinderella.

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#6 Belle from Beauty and the Beast

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#7 Leia from Star Wars.

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#8 Merida from Brave.

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#9 Aurora from Sleeping Beauty.

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#10 Tiana from The Princess and the Frog

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#11 Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.

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#12 Pocahontas from Pocahontas

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#13 Rapunzel from Tangled

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