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Past - Disney's Pocahontas is loosely based on the real-life Native American princess whose name was Matoaka (Pocahontas was her nickname and meant 'Little Mischief'). She falls in love with a man named John Smith, who helps her prevent a war from commencing between their people. (JaDangerz, 2010)

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A ruiva da próxima dimensão e muito mais!

Sexy Disney Princess Pocahontas | também temos a princesa mais recente da Disney. Ela tem pouco tempo ...

Gender bend! (From Sakimichan) ... um wow, the Pocahontas one, the Ariel one and the Frozen one are hot!
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Gender bend! (From Sakimichan)

Gender bend! (From Sakimichan) ... um wow, the Pocahontas one, the Ariel one and the Frozen one are hot!

SNOW WHITE WAS 14...IM 14 AND IVE NEVER EVEN HAD A BF... SHE GOT MARRIED!!!!!!!!!!!
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SNOW WHITE WAS 14...IM 14 AND IVE NEVER EVEN HAD A BF... SHE GOT MARRIED!!!!!!!!!!!

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20 Unique DIY Disney Halloween Costumes You Haven't Thought Of Yet

It wouldn’t be Halloween without spotting at least five different Disney character costumes – at least. Disney has managed to take over a lot of things, and Halloween is definitely one of them, with cartoon character costumes and princess outfits regular fan favorites. It doesn’t matter how many years in a row you see girls dressed up as Ariel from The Little Mermaid or a sexy version of Belle from Beauty and the Beast or a racist version of Pocahontas.

Modern Disney Princesses - Cute designs, but I sometimes wonder why modern interpretations always show them in skimpy outfits...
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Modern Disney Princesses - Pick Your Favorite

Modern Disney Princesses - Cute designs, but I sometimes wonder why modern interpretations always show them in skimpy outfits...