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    Here Are 17 Of The Most Oddly Satisfying Disney Scenes That You Can't Help But Rewatch

    Mulan putting on her red lipstick gets me every time.

    1. In Snow White, when the birds spell "Grumpy" on the boysenberry pie:

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    2. In Cinderella, when The Prince slides Cinderella's glass slipper onto her foot:

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    3. Also in Cinderella, when Fairy Godmother transforms Cinderella's dress:

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    4. In Mulan, when Mulan is getting her makeup done to meet the matchmaker:

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    5. Also in Mulan, when Mulan perfectly cuts her hair with a sword:

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    6. In The Little Mermaid, when the waves crash around Ariel while she's singing "Part of Your World":

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    7. In Beauty and The Beast, when all the candelabras are in a kick line during "Be Our Guest":

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    8. Also in Beauty and The Beast, when the final petal falls from the rose:

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    9. In Pocahontas, when Pocahontas and John Smith hold hands:

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    10. In Brave, when Merida's arrow splits the arrow that was in the bull's-eye down the middle:

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    11. In Toy Story 2, when Al paints over Andy's name on Woody's shoe:

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    12. In Ratatouille, when Alfredo is chopping onions:

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    13. In Alice in Wonderland, when Alice is at the tea party and the Mad Hatter is filling up the half cups of tea:

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    14. In Coco, when Miguel sees his reflection in the guitar:

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    15. In Lilo & Stitch, when Stitch pulls the perfectly fitting cake out of the oven:

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    16. In The Nightmare Before Christmas, when Jack Skellington walks down the uncurling hill:

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    17. Finally, in Up, when Ellie tightens all of Carl's ties:

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