These 20 mistakes in Frozen might really annoy you

Or perhaps you should just let it go

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Do you ever wonder how classic movies would have been picked apart if the internet had been around when they were released?

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“Scarecrow claims that the ‘the sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side’, but in actual fact this is true of a right angled triangle. Also: monkeys can’t fly.” 

We’re hit such an advanced stage of nitpickery, it’s amazing Screen Rant only managed to find 20 errors in ubiquitous kids movie Frozen to highlight.

“The ice saws in frozen are used properly, but it would be impossible to start by stabbing directly through ice that thick.”

“Kristoff’s guitar clearly has four strings, but only three tuning pegs.”

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Somehow, we don’t think these massive blunders are going to stop 7-year-olds singing ‘Let it Go’ every single second of every single day.