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People found out how tall Olaf is–and now ‘Frozen’ is terrifying

Olaf is how tall?!

 

Rachel Kiley

Internet Culture

Published Dec 8, 2019   Updated May 19, 2021, 8:57 pm CDT

Everyone knows celebrities lie about their height. That actor who comes up as 6 feet tall on IMDb is definitely only 5 feet 6 inches at best, every time. But what do you do when the height deceiver at hand is… a cartoon character?

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Frozen fans were flabbergasted to discover Olaf’s supposed height, per Google, is 5 feet 4 inches. Now, if you’ve been living in an ice cave and don’t know who Olaf is, he’s this presumably pocket-sized snowman who accompanies Elsa and Anna on their adventures in both films.

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The idea of a talking snowman, even a friendly one, being roughly the same height as a real-life human is making people rethink their love of what they thought was a cuddly, little snow dude.

“If i see a 5’4 tall talking snowman I’d shit my pants,” one user tweeted.

Another pointed out Olaf is actually bigger than many humans.

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“Good luck sleeping tonight,” they wrote.

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But another challenge presents itself. How freaking tall must his human companions be if he’s 5 feet 4 inches? People on Twitter are busting open their brains trying to twist the calculations into anything that kind of makes sense.

“Since olaf is 5’4, i think elsa and anna are the same height as peppa pig…” one person wrote, referencing another shocking supposed cartoon character height. A seemingly random Google search in July found that Peppa Pig is over 7 feet tall.

Others pointed out that, from looking at a photo, Elsa and Anna make up roughly two and a half Olafs, meaning the Frozen-verse humans are 11 feet 2 inches tall.

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https://twitter.com/Anythingunpopu1/status/1203269730959708160

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…oh no.

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*First Published: Dec 8, 2019, 3:41 pm CST