I’ve seen the 3D animation ones, like Monsters Inc., Ratatouille and whatnot, but never the Lion Kings, Mulans, Little Mermaids or 101 Dalmatians of the world, and I get a lot of aggro because of it.
I don’t want anyone to think I was subject to bad parenting of anything, but I think I saw Kill Bill when I was like nine, so you can’t really return to the world of Disney after you’ve seen the likes of that [arguably bad] film.
These days though I’ll watch anything, and the only way to make vegetating in front of a TV better is to get paid to do it. That used to be a pipe dream, but with the imminent arrival of Disney+, Disney’s upcoming streaming service that everyone in the world wants, Reviews.org want to give you cash to help them celebrate.
This is pretty much exclusively for Disney super-fans (so that more or less rules me out), and you’ll be asked to pick out 30 of your favourite Disney films or TV shows, watch one of those each day and let the good times roll.
Along with £780, you’ll be given a kit that will see you through the Disney marathon, including a cozy mouse-themed blanket, four cups ‘that would make Mickey proud’ and a Pixar popcorn popper with plenty of popcorn kernels to keep you going.
That’s not all as perhaps best yet, you’ll also get a year’s free Disney+ subscription! What a dream.
If you want to get in on this goodness, you need only click here, answer a few questions and then submit a video review of your favourite Disney film.
HERE’S THE BAD NEW, BUCKOS! YOU CAN ONLY TAKE PART IN THIS STUPID THIRST TRAP IF YOU’RE AN AMERICAN CITIZEN, SOMETHING THAT MOST OF THE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD AREN’T.
Still though, sounds fun, doesn’t it?
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Alfie Powell joined as an apprentice and was probably hired because he was likely the only person who applied. He's been blagging his way through writing articles for four years now and he's definitely showing signs of slowing down. When not writing for The Hook, Alfie finds time to indulge in his favourite hobbies, such as drinking and sitting down.Follow