Peter Pan wasn't the actual villain. Watch the original stage play or read the book by J.M. Barrie, Peter is not a villainous character. He's more morally neutral than anything, he's driven mainly by selfishness but he's capable of great heroics and compassion.
Peter Pan is a lot of things: a child who can fly, a rogue, a dreamer, and perhaps above all else, a terrible person. In fact, he's kind of a sociopath. Instead of viewing him as a childhood hero, you should probably be scared of Peter Pan.
Peter Pan is the Bigger Bad towards Rumplestiltskin, not just because he's his father, but because his abandonment of his son in exchange for eternal youth led to Rumple becoming the Dark One in the first place. This makes him a Bigger Bad to the series as a whole.
In World of Winx, Tinker Bell is a powerful fairy from the world of dreams (also called Neverland) and a friend of Peter Pan. When Peter Pan eventually left her for Wendy Darling, she became dark and cold, turning into the evil Queen.
Not only does Peter Pan depict Native Americans in horrifically prejudiced ways, the movie is carpet-bombed with racist slurs against them. Everyone, from innocent children and the heroic Pan to the villainous Captain Hook, casually speak of these nearly erased people as "savages" and much worse.
J. M. Barrie may have based the character of Peter Pan on his older brother, David, who died in an ice-skating accident the day before his 14th birthday. His mother and brother thought of him as forever a boy.
The “kiss” at the corner of Mrs. Darling's mouth is a dimple, a smile, a shadow, or perhaps something not visible at all, a charm and an inaccessible depth.
You must be at least 18 years old to work as a stocker at Walmart, you can apply at 16 but there are limited positions in wich you will qualify for.
At some point during your first year, you turn 12, unless you are a really late bloomer, then you turn twelve sometime after you finish school, but before you start your second year. At some point during your second year, you are 12, turning 13. Third year - you are 13 turning 14. Fourth year - you are 14 turning 15.