Has the cold ever bothered you? Living in the Midwest, I deal with the cold weather on a daily basis this time of year and I KNOW it bothers me every single day of my life. On the flip side, take Elsa from the Disney movie of epic success, Frozen, has never once been bothered by the cold. Duh.
Well, this isn't only the case in the movie but also the case in Boston, where a real-life Elsa rescued a police officer from a serious winter storm. 37-year-old Jason Triplett took the snowstorm as a sign that he should recreate Elsa's signature look and have some fun out in the wintery mix.
And boy, was he right?
But he has no one fooled
The night was nothing more than an entertaining one until Triplet came across a police vehicle that happened to get stuck in the snow. The Disney princess herself was able to push the car out of the snow and allow the police officer to get on his way. Furthermore proving that Disney princesses are the coolest people around.
And it was just as awesome as it sounds like it would be!
A drag queen dressed as Elsa just single-handedly freed a stuck police wagon from a blizzard in the middle of March. If that sentence doesn't perfectly encapsulate the spirit of Boston, I don't know what does.— Sarah McGonagall (@sarahmcgbeauty) March 14, 2018
Video credit: Christopher Haynes pic.twitter.com/6IiXVWFVvw
Get it girl!
It's should serve as no surprise that Twitter was 100% supportive of how awesome this was.
Just like a Disney Princess
No gloves, in a gown & a curtsy at the end! ❄️❤️— Ina Winona Tanka (@LadyLiberty1491) March 14, 2018
This seems a little more fitting, don't ya think?
Do you wanna build a snowman? Or push a truck out of a drift? https://t.co/Vk3y1MpkIF— Annie Parker 🌈 (@annie_parker) March 14, 2018
Not a chance!
2018 isnt all bad. https://t.co/FpLqyzRgRP— Chad Sproles (@ChadSproles) March 14, 2018
I want to see this super hero movie. Its already better than the one where an old lady’s cat gets saved from a tree. https://t.co/OaE702mIcW— Orlando Jones (@TheOrlandoJones) March 14, 2018
Of course, what would a viral sensation be without the internet criticizing something about it?!
So I think we will just count this as a win for everyone involved
This is awesome, but whoever was doing the video should have put that phone down and helped.— Ana Wae (@annastayshaa) March 14, 2018
Let it go, let it go
Yeah but what does it say about Boston that none of the people laughing in the video went out there to help Elsa? https://t.co/eKqqNL6gBZ— Dwight Silverman (@dsilverman) March 14, 2018
Triplett found the situation to be completely hysterical and loved that people were entertained by the whole event, however, he refused offers to go to various talk shows to discuss what happened. Buzzfeed news reported that “Triplett said he never expected to go this viral and said he wouldn’t go on The Ellen DeGeneres Show unless Adam Rippon was there.”