Disney Princess meets Manga Bad Boy: a messy and romantic love affair.
It starts with a trending song, and the next thing you know, everyone is drawing Lois Griffin killing her husband while singing Kill Bill by SZA.
Why did this trend explode? Because the cross-over of animated TV and Kill Bill lyrics is completely unexpected, making it absolutely hilarious.
Another similar trend that swept over TikTok in 2021, was Twilight Sparkle and Moredcai tragically singing the 2010 song Airplanes by B.o.B.
What really made this meme take off, was the terrible and surprisingly amazing fanart that went with the song, creating the trend and ship name: MordeTwi.
Creating a relationship between two random characters isn’t something new to the internet, however, it’s funny every time because each new character pairing gets more and more cursed.
ENTER: the romance between Cinderella, a Disney Princess, and a powerful manga villain, Sukuna.
The idea to hook-up a soft-spoken Disney Princess and an evil spirit from a Japanese manga in a hopeless romance, is a storyline that NO ONE could have seen coming.
However, it doesn’t stop there.
TikTok creators and artists quickly hopped on the hilarious trend, shipping more characters from the manga and Disney, creating an entire AU of romance storylines.
Would Cinderella and Sukuna actually make a good couple?
In the manga Jujutsu Kaisen, Sukuna is presented as the evil antagonist, King of Curses.
While he constantly thwarts the protagonists, there’s a few moments where Sukuna has shown to be somewhat good and lawful.
Plus, Cinderella is known for her loving and nurturing personality. If anyone can fix him, it’s her.
So it boils down to: Can Cinderella look past Sukuna’s evil past and bring out the good in him?
We vote Yes, because, like all great fandom shippers know, there’s nothing better than taking a morally corrupt hottie and turning them into a sexy gentleman.
Besides, Cinderella is an underrated Disney Princess, and it’s high time she deserved a hot and steamy romance with a manga bad-boy.
Whether or not people ACTUALLY ship Cinderella and Sukuna doesn’t matter, because at the end of the day, it’s the humor in creating whacky cross-overs and romances that makes the internet and TikTok awesome.