There's a hilarious disclaimer in 'Frozen' you probably didn't notice

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Disney's Hidden Disclaimer In 'Frozen'

A year and a half after Disney's glorified "Frozen" crushed the box office with its $1.2 billion worldwide success, our friends at HuffPost Canada discovered a ridiculous disclaimer in the film that you probably didn't notice until now.

While we were all too busy belting out the lyrics to Idina Menzel's (Adele Dazeem's?) "Let it Go" and dressing our daughters like Elsa for Halloween, the film's hilarious disclaimer sat there unnoticed, collecting dust and neglect...until now.

Remember the scene in which Kristoff tells Anna that all men eat their own boogers as the two endure an evening sleigh ride? Well, Disney wanted to make sure they clarified the truth behind the statement. The disclaimer reads:

"The views and opinions expressed by Kristoff in the film that all men eat their own boogers are solely his own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of The Walt Disney Company or the filmmakers. Neither The Walt Disney Company nor the filmmakers make any representation of the accuracy of any such views and opinions."


....So basically The Walt Disney Company wants to assert that its filmmakers do not, despite any popular belief, eat their own boogers. Good to know.

Now that that's been clarified, we can all go back to jamming to "Love is an Open Door" while sporting our Elsa braids.

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