Disney Character`s Names Explained [Pic]

Submitted by: MarthFador 3 years ago in Misc

And Buzz is a good nickname for an adult toy.
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Female 543
I mean, FYI "Pocahontas" was a nickname. Her real name was Matoaka or Amonute, and after she moved to England her name became Rebecca Rolfe. It was common for the Powhatan people to use many personal names for different occasions, and "Pocahontas" was a nickname of hers which was used as her pseudonym of sorts when dealing with the English. They didn`t want settlers to know her real name, so they just used the nickname "Pocahontas". And it being translated to "little wanton" is in reference to the historical meaning of "wanton", which means to frolic around or to be playful. Yay history!
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Female 1,467
I think a better attempt is, "Of course she`s a little wanton she IS filled with pork/beef/sausage."
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Male 5,874
Yes Gerry, I know. Just a vague attempt at humour, trying to incorporate the content of a previous post.
sorry.
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Male 38,457

Nickel - that`s wOnton, not wanton.
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Male 5,874
Gerry, on the subject of `wanton` and sluts, would you call this a `soup for sluts`?

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Male 38,457

Biography Channel website says,
"Pocahontas" which means "Little Wanton".

SLUT!
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Female 1,004
Link: Disney Character`s Names Explained [Pic] [Rate Link] - And Buzz is a good nickname for an adult toy.
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