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Re: When Nala says 'I thought you were very brave'...

PostPosted: July 16th, 2016, 6:01 am
by nathalie
The animation that goes with it, would be pretty rude if it were sarcastic, so no, just look at Nala when she says it.

Re: When Nala says 'I thought you were very brave'...

PostPosted: September 2nd, 2018, 4:16 pm
by MoBeh
Elton John wrote:... Was she being sincere or sarcastic? I think it could go either way...

Simba did take a big slice out of a hyena to buy her time to escape, and when the three hyenas were about to make a meal out of them simba planted himself in front of her, protecting her in the process. By doing this he put her safety first.

But nalas personality is a bit sassy and sarcastic, and she could have been sarcastic at his pitiful roar and how mufasa had to save the two.

Your thoughts?


I think if she wants to recover Simba and being sincere, she should use the verb "think" instead of " thought",
shouldn't?

Re: When Nala says 'I thought you were very brave'...

PostPosted: December 18th, 2018, 4:28 am
by SimbasGuard
MoBeh wrote:I think if she wants to recover Simba and being sincere, she should use the verb "think" instead of " thought",
shouldn't?


No because she is commenting on the situation that had just happened to them. The situation in which Simba had tried to protect her. Hence her use of the past tense tern "thought." Nala was definitely being sincere.

Re: When Nala says 'I thought you were very brave'...

PostPosted: May 2nd, 2019, 5:36 pm
by Meskhenet
She was being sincere. Given what they both had been through and Simba feeling disappointed that his father was angry at him for disobeying him, Nala was reassuring him that he was brave for protecting her from the hyenas even when he was just as much in danger as she was.