• Peter Pan was an
angel that held
kid's hands when on
their way to
heaven (Neverland). Ihal's why
they never grew up. All those kids
were
dead.
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    • Yeah? Well I ate his ass
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    • Can’t we just like... enjoy the true meaning of the movie... without making it weird and edgy?
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    • Nope hook lost his 🖐 to the gator 🐊 Facts
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    • Counter Assault: Peter Pan was just a selfish, lonely immortal boy. Unable to grow old he became very lonely and therefore took the children away from their families. He was selfish and a child so he didn't know that what he was doing was wrong. Time is stopped in Neverland and Hook and his crew....
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    • In the series Once Upon a Time, Peter Pan is evil and kidnaps children. He’s also this very powerful being that is feared in the magical world.
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    • If I remember correctly the original story was saying what happened to children who ran away. Peter was actually the villain and would kill the children once they grew older. Hook was a survivor who wanted to save them from him and take them back home.
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    • It’s a REAL, *ACTUAL* fucking BOOK. There’s an *actual*, CANON backstory/background. Fuckin’ Christ, Tumblr...
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    • Hook needs to be remembered. RIP Robin Williams
      nanashiX 29 may
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    • That's what actually happened in the book I think
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    • In lion King Mufasa and Scar were the only male lions in the pride so Simeba fucked his cousin. REEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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    • I mean the counter one was pretty much the original book
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    • Actually I heard that it’s the other way around. In the original story the kids never grew old because dear old peter would kill them then go out for new recruits
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    • Why do people feel the need to write unnecessary, dark theories to children's stories?
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    • But you forgot the fact that Tick Tock Croc ate Hook's hand and only chases him because he has a taste for Hook's flesh. Come on guys you have to consider the canon in your fan fic.
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    • Peter Pan represents the boy who never accepts any responsibility and fails to become a man. He lives in an adolescent wonderland with a weird attachment to tinker bell his view of femininity(unrealistic). This is why Wendy eventually leaves him behind not only due to her maturation but his refusal
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    • Counter counter argument: It’s a fucking children’s story that’s already been told multiple times in almost identical ways, and you’re thinking too much about it.
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    • Childhood restored: Peter Pan is an angel who takes children away from abusive families and brings them to heaven, which changes to fit every kid’s imagination, captain hook is just a representation of their life before peter saved them.
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    • In the beginning of the book, when the kids meet Peter pan they say something like "Peter pan, who kidnaps children and kills them" or something
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    • Peter pan would kill the children when they got old. Captain Hook (a boy who escaped and is seeking revenge) is actually the hero.
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    • Leave Michael Jackson alone man
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    • I was always on Captain Hooks side
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    • This is actually a book. Read “Lostboy: The True Story of Captain Hook.”
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    • Peter Pan was based on the authors brother who died as a kid
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    • This was actually the story in Disney’s Once Upon a Time show. Peter Pan was the bad guy. He was the father of Rumplestiltskin, AKA “The Dark One,” and he abandoned his son in favor of immortality. He stole children from their homes and even ripped people’s hearts out. He was their best villain.
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    • According to the original story, the hook being the good guy makes most sense.
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    • This is actually confirmed by the original author. He wrote it to comfort children with terminal illness. Speaking of the afterlife as a place of childhood adventure where you never grow old
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    • The second one is how the original story actually goes
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    • This Is Actually The Plot Of The Grimm Brothers Version Of The Story
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    • Clearly no one reads English folk tales here try reading the English folk tale of “pan and the lost ones”
      psychodoc 29 may
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    • And the alligator reminds him of every passing moment, symbolizing the passage of time until an eventual death.
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    • The Peter Pan story was made so parents could give an excuse as to why their children’s friends or family died in bombings, to skip the whole death talk
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    • It's true though, in the real story, not the shit Disney made, Peter pan really does kill kids when they get too old.
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    • That’s not true at all. He kidnapped kids and kept them in small places and when they eventually got to big he would cut parts of them off so they could still fit in their “houses”
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    • Actually, the second explanation is the original grim fairy tales story
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    • I wanna see a live action of the second story
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    • The guy who wrote Peter pan forged a will to get custody of kids and then one of those kids named Peter killed himself
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    • OR! Or....Peter Pan is a novel by J. M. Barrie about the inevitable conflicts between childhood innocence and playfulness vs adult responsibilities and maturity.
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    • Hey it’s a fucking kids book. I swear, y’all complain about English teachers telling y’all to look into things and then you go on writing dumb shit like this.
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    • Peter pan actually did kill the children when they grew too old in the original
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    • I miss that Atlantis movie
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    • Even as a kid I thought the story of Peter Pan was creepy. A old dude who looks and acts like a child goes out there picking up random children and taking them to his island because he’s lonely and they’ll never age there? I thought that sounded like some pedo shit before I even knew what pedos were
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    • Fun theory but really it was the crocodile that got his hand, probably as he was holding an alarm clock too which is why the croc tick-tocks whenever it’s around and why hook is so scared of him
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    • or, its jus a fucking kid's movie and there is no deeper meaning??
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    • I really want to see the captain hook revenge movie or read a book about it at least.
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    • The whole thing is an allegory, the crocodile symbolise time and the fact that the pirates grow old and will eventually die but not the thing that they fight, an immortal kidnapper
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    • The bottom one is the true one. If you read the real story Peter Pan was a little asshole.
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    • Counter-counter assertion: Peter Pan is actually a British nickname for pancakes, this is true bc the kids are obviously from Britain. Netherlands actually represents syrup since long time ago most maple trees were in Netherland. The children represents a topping like banana or strawberry
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    • read Peter and the Starcatchers, it's a novel sanctioned by Disney on Peter Pans past. Turns out he's just a dick and the reason the kids are all young is because they're all immortal
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    • OR.. Or. or.. it's just a children's story..
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    • BRUH the crocodile took hooks arm
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    • Or. Or. Or. You can take the story at face value and not look deep for some hidden meaning
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    • Every Disney Movies original story is fucked up. In Snow White’s she is actually 7, not 18 and the prince was just riding on his horse one day and saw a snow whites body in the woods after she ate the apple and the prince just fucking takes the girls body with him.
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    • The truth behind the actual Peter pan book is horrifying
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    • Actually Peter is a pan which in Greek mythology is the god of rape and humans having sex with animals he kidnaps the kids and takes them to never land where they can never leave without him. The writer of the original Peter Pan was actually a pedo look it up
      dhoney 29 may
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    • The text at the bottom is entirely correct to the original story
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    • These niggas are retarded, there's already a canon for peter pan. God I hate this "this cartoon is ackshullay set in purgatory" or "Mrs. Frizzle is a serial killer" bullshit.
      Akiraan 29 may
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    • The crocodile ate his hand
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    • We gonna forget the crocodile took cap hook's hand?
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    • Neither make sense :/ Wendy and her brothers go home. Also, Captain Hook lost his hand to the crocodile. Fuck
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    • Or it's a fantasy story for children without secret meanings, because most things don't have secret meanings
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    • The second part is actually accurate, mostly. It's in the original story. Peter would "thin out" the lost boys when they got too old.
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    • In the original the reason they never grow up is because when they get to old peter kills them
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    • Actually Captain Hook was a respectable naval dude who’s whole job was to stop Peter from kidnapping people
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    • That's not really a theory. Some of that is in the actual book which apparently most people haven't read.
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    • Counter he took them from abusive homes and have them a life of freedom and Captain Hook is a abuser trying to get his kid back and Peter is protecting them
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    • The bottom part is actually true though
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    • The crocodile ate his hand y’all, not Peter 🤦‍♂️
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    • Theres an actual book sequel to peter pan describing what the guy at the bottom just said.
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    • Its actually the first one. It’s a Fairytale from Switzerland I believe
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    • Peter pan is actually Pan, the half man half goat thing that lures little boys to the forest with his pan flute.
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    • You forget the Robin Williams Peter pan film. Peter left Neverland and grew up
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    • Glad that bottom part is there, that's true 💯. In the book there's a bit where it says how during pirate fights Peter would sometimes just start killing Lost boys instead of fight the pirates, if they got to old or there got to be too many of them... And sometimes, just for fun.
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    • Guess none of these nerds watched the early 90s classic "Hook"
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    • A crocodile took hooks hand. Children ate imaginary food until they died. Tinkerbell was the evil behind all of it.
      Mewsion 30 may
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    • Yo, I've read the actual book and that's actually pretty close to the story. The children who did escape became pirates but hook was not one of his victims, hook was also constantly tormented by his conscience for the cruelty he showed Peter, because Peter was always innocent.
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    • Ummmm, once upon a Time anyone?
      alinaleo 30 may
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    • Except the its already explained that hook lost his hand to the crocodile so whoever did this needs to sit tf down
      EDM4life 30 may
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    • Counter counterpoint peter pan is a magical pedophile n if he can lure the children to his island the magic keeps the kids young n capt hook is a child who escaped n is trying to release the other children. Thats y he hates peter so much
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    • Tik tok croc took ate hook's hand
      Titan1047 29 may
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    • Okay but Hook lost his hand because of the damn gator.
      Jorkle 29 may
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    • The actual angel who leads children to heaven is Sandalphon. He is an archangel who guides dead youth not to heavan, but an area near it so they can grow up and learn before deciding their way.
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