Olaf is the loveable little snowman from Disney's Frozen films. How little is he really, though? According to some Google research done by fans, Olaf's height in Frozen is more than you might think. It turns out that he's even taller than the average Canadian female.
According to a now-deleted entry in the Frozen fan wiki, "Olaf went with Anna and Elsa to the courtyard to greet the citizens, and wait for the Yule bell to arrive. While waiting, he borrowed a ruler from a citizen, and found out he was 5 foot 4 inches tall."
That revelation alone has shocked fans already. To make matters weirder, a 2014 global height survey revealed out that the average Canadian female is also 5'4".
While the somewhat disturbing information does not come from an official Disney source, it was still enough to freak some people out, especially those who now had to deal with the fact that they were shorter than the cartoon snowman in Frozen 2.
There was a huge outpouring of grief on Twitter about just how crazy it is that the lovable but not-so-little snowman could possibly be taller than real people. A few people also took the opportunity to feel better about being taller than Olaf.
"I just found out that im shorter than Olaf WTF 🤣 good morning everyone , hope y’all enjoying your weekends♥️" wrote @loveBoB_RoB.
"Woke up to the news that Olaf is taller than me. everything is shit. go hug your children tight," wrote @KimmyMonte.
Some people even started wondering what that means for the other characters in Frozen, considering that they are so much taller than Olaf.
"If Olaf is my height.......... exactly how tall is my girl Anna," wrote @leahalcohol.
"Olaf uses a ruler like how every man uses one," wrote @pandarew. His tweet also included a photo showing that the snowman's height would make Elsa over 11 feet tall.
It sounds like most readers are convinced that Anna and Elsa must be extraordinarily tall in comparison.
Canadians already got the chance to experience what a giant Olaf would look like after an industrious millennial built snow-Olaf in his front yard.
The hilarious video quickly went viral gathering over 3.5 million likes.