9. Aladdin is a Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy

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Wait, what?

That's right, you read correctly!

Some Disney conspirators have examined the details and determined that Aladdin takes place in the future!

The genie claims he has been locked up for ten thousand years, placing the story far away in the future.2

Plus, Genie impersonates actors from our time, meaning he couldn't have been alive in the ancient world, and therefore got locked in the lamp during the 20th century.

In this future, the "magic" inventions of flying carpets and talking monkeys are really just state-of-the-art technology!

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