Beauty and the Beast: No one fights like Gaston! No one spits like Gaston! No one drinks like Gaston! No one verbs like Gaston! Simply put, no one memes like Gaston. Explanation Gaston's woefully inaccurate Villain Song claims he is the best at everything, and for some reason someone decided it was actually true. Cue this snowclone meme. It's referenced to in, and probably started by, House of Mouse with such lines as "No one orders decaf like Gaston!" Often backed up with snarky comments or glances from other characters.
NAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANTS INGONYAMA BAGITHI BABA!Explanation The movie's rather...attention-grabbing opening sticks in the minds of just about everyone who watches it. It's also extremely recognizable, making it easy to parody.
"The polar vortex was Disney's publicity stunt!" Explanation A polar vortex occurred in January 2014 when Frozen was gaining a large amount of popularity in theaters, covering a large portion of North America in cold, ice, and snowy weather. Fans began to jokingly speculate that it was all an elaborate publicity stunt to get people to see Frozen as a result of the fitting setting.
Alternatively, the Vortex was Elsa's doing. She will thaw it when she gets her Oscars. Explanation The weather continued into February 2014, blowing snowstorms and freezing temperatures across the U.S., all while Frozen was in theaters and the Disney company was showing special showings in L.A., along with releasing a sing-along version. Going off of the meme that Elsa caused it, fans joked that she was causing the winter weather to perpetuate to make the movie more fitting to see and sway the Oscar voters.
The Southern Islessend their regards. Explanation (MASSIVE spoilers for the movie and for Game of Thrones) A caption for the scene where Hans is about to strike down Elsa after he induces a nasty Heroic BSOD in her. Named for Roose Bolton's Pre-Mortem One-Liner from the infamous Red Wedding of Game of Thrones, acting as a reference as to how Hans' sociopathic, manipulative nature wouldn't seem out of place in Westeros.
"I'm gonna tell him." "Don't you dare." Explanation Kristoff and Anna's reaction to Olaf the snowman's naive song about wanting to see summer, very often used as a series of reaction gif at people being woefully clueless on sites such as Tumblr.
A scene from Winnie the Pooh where Pooh is squinting his eyes while trying to read a note left by Christopher Robin.
YOU! ARE! A! TOYYYYY!Explanation Woody attempts to break Buzz's delusion after being pushed well past the brink of tolerance. It doesn't work...
So play NICE.Explanation Woody gives Sid a lesson he will never forget.
This isn't flying. This is falling with style! Explanation Buzz gives Woody this wonderful Ironic Echo near the end of the first film.
Move out of the way, children, I've been waiting 11 years to see Toy Story 3. Explanation Not only do the films avert the dreaded Disney Sequelitis, but in many ways they are better than the original.
X. X everywhere.Explanation A famous, often traced image macro using a screencap of Toy Story 2 where Woody is looking on worriedly and Buzz has his arm around his shoulder and the other spread out. Uses the scene where Buzz talks about "delicious hot 'schmoes'"... out of context.
There seems to be no sign of intelligent life anywhere.Explanation Said when Buzz first comes to life as part of his delusion; often used to describe places or groups people hate, the Internet and the United States being common targets.
You are a ______'s plaything!
...You are a sad, strange little man. And you have my pity. Farewell!