Pinchable or Unpinchable: A St. Patrick’s Day Analysis

From our friends at Oh My Disney!!

St. Patrick’s Day is almost here, the day of green food and drink, parades, and shamrock pins. To us, it is also known as the day we try so hard to remember to wear green to avoid the shame of getting pinched. In the spirit of this somewhat distressing tradition, let’s see how Disney characters would fare in the world on St. Paddy’s Day:

Jiminy Cricket
Jiminy-Cricket-in-Pinocchio
Even though his body is green, his clothes are not. It’s a nice three-piece suit, but he’s still pinchable.

Merida
Merida-in-Brave
Her dress is a dark forest green, but green nonetheless. Unpinchable.

Timon
Timons-hula-in-The-Lion-King
As long as he keeps that grass skirt on, he’s unpinchable.

Lilo
Lilo-and-Stitch
Same goes for Lilo, and everyone in her hula class.

Mad Hatter
The-Mad-Hatter-in-Alice-in-Wonderland
He’s got his bases covered with almost every green in the book. Unpinchable.

Robin Hood and Little John
Little-John-and-Robin-Hood
This is how you do it—remove all doubts. Unpinchable.

Peter Pan and Tinker Bell
Peter-Pan-and-Tinker-Bell
Same thing.

Sleeping Beauty
Prince-Phillip-and-Aurora-in-Sleeping-Beauty
It’s too bad Fauna didn’t take charge and turn her dress green. Pinchable.

Buzz Lightyear
Buzz-Lightyear
Not only does he have greens, he also has a protective suit. Good luck trying to pinch this space ranger.

Vanellope Von Schweetz
Vanellope-Von-Schweetz
She’s lingering on the teal side, but we’ll give it to her. Unpinchable.

We know we didn’t cover all the characters (if we did, this post would 50 pages long), so tell us, who do you think is pinchable or unpinchable today?

Source: Oh My Disney!

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