Watch Disney's Gaston Lose Arm Wrestling Contest To Girl Half His Size

Watch Disney's Gaston Lose Arm Wrestling Contest To Girl Half His Size

With his brawny physique and ruthless attitude, you'd think there would be no way Gaston would lose a contest of strength.

Well this video uploaded to YouTube shows otherwise. Watch an 11-year-old girl take him on in an arm wrestling contest and wipe the floor with him. Sure, she pulls a fast one at the 1:14 mark but we say her victory stands.

We'd have thought his last encounter with a witty young girl, would have taught him a lesson or two.

Watch the contest in the video above.

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The Kitchen Sink
One fan we spoke to called this dessert “epic.” The enormous dessert at the retro-style soda shop inside Disney’s Beach Club includes eight scoops of ice cream smothered in every topping the soda shop has. That includes brownies, hot fudge, butterscotch syrup, peanut butter topping, marshmallow crème, strawberry sauce, pineapples, toasted almonds, dark and white chocolate shavings, jellied orange slices, bananas, angel food cake, chocolate sandwich cookies, whipped cream, chocolate morsels, peanut butter morsels, sprinkles, one regular sized candy bar that is quartered and dotted among the mound, and, to finish it off, cherries. It’s enough to feed four but we won’t tell if you eat it all yourself. Photo Credit: © Flickr /joel_rClick Here to See More of Disney Snacks With a Cult Following
Mickey Bars
Found in Disney Parks and resorts all over the world, the Mickey Bar is as simple as it is delicious: vanilla ice cream dipped in chocolate. That’s it. What makes this different than any supermarket ice cream bar? It’s shaped like Mickey Mouse, and therefore has magical powers to taste much better than any other ice cream bar you have ever had. Maybe it’s the scenery; maybe it’s all the Pixie Dust in the air. Whatever it is, it works. The Mickey Bar is one of the most in-demand desserts Disney has ever created. Photo Credit: © Flickr / Harshlight
Mickey Mouse-Shaped Steamed Buns
One of the big snack draws at Disneyland Tokyo is Mickey-shaped everything, from waffles to churros. One of the most popular mouse-shaped snacks is the steamed pork bun. Adventureland is where you will find them, and you can get your fill of savory goodness in the form of pork and chicken, then move to sweet with the Minnie-shaped dessert bun filled with strawberry and milk. Photo Credit: © Flickr / Ruth HartnupClick Here to See More of Disney Snacks With a Cult Following
Sure, every theme park in the world sells popcorn. But the popcorn at Tokyo Disney is legendary. The park is famous for its flavored popcorn and guests go nuts for it. Popcorn carts dot the landscape of the park, but that doesn’t mean each doesn’t have its own long line. And depending on where you are, a cart may have its own unique flavor. Think honey-flavored popcorn in pot-style tubs near the Winnie the Pooh attraction, apple cinnamon near Snow White. Other flavors have included soy sauce and butter, caramel, sea salt, and strawberry. Disneyland Tokyo and DisneySea (also near Tokyo) both offer guests popcorn maps so they know where to find the carts and what the current flavors are. New bucket designs come out every few months, so fans are eager to collect and discuss. Photo Credit: © Flickr / Cory Doctorow
Tigger Tails
Found in Pooh’s Corner in Critter Country in Anaheim’s Disneyland Park and designed to look like Tigger’s tail, these caramel- and chocolate-covered marshmallow sticks are beloved by Disney fans of all ages, despite their super sugary sweetness. After all, everyone’s a kid when they’re at Disney. DIY knockoffs are popular, but just like Marvin Gaye sang, “Ain’t nothin’ like the real thing, baby.” Photo Credit: © Flickr / Loren Javier Click Here to See More of Disney Snacks With a Cult Following

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