|Friends||Riley Anderson, Joy, Sadness , Anger, Fear|
- "When I'm through, Riley is gonna look so good the other kids will look at their own outfits and barf."
Disgust appears to be around the same height as Fear. In the movie, she is shown to be slender, albeit with some slight curves, and also have light green skin, shoulder-length dark green hair, and long dark green eyelashes. The reason Disgust is green could be because broccoli is green, which is something Riley is shown to be disgusted by.
Disgust also has emerald green eyes, orchid pink eyeshadow, faint pink blush, orchid lips, matching scarf and ballet flats, spring green sleeveless dress, an orchid glittery scarf, mint green belt with a dark green buckle forming a "D" (possibly for the first letter in her name) and forest green leggings.
In some concepts, she is shown to have either a prumple scarf, or a pink dress, along with longer hair, and without her long eyelashes.
Disgust is shown to be indifferent to a lot of things apart from moments of her charge, aka, the things that could possibly poison Riley, physically or socially. She keeps a careful eye on the people, places and things that Riley comes into contact with — whether that's broccoli or last year's fashion trend. Disgust always has the best of intentions and refuses to lower her standards. She is also shown to be very snarky, most likely due to her being the emotion of 'Disgust'.
In many scenes in Inside Out, Disgust is shown to be easily disgusted and annoyed, as shown in many scenes in the film. She also is shown to be very sarcastic, as well as being the most level headed when Joy and Sadness become lost in long-term memory, one example being her response to Fear's idea to do what Joy would do.
Mostly, Disgust is quite vain, loving fashion and seeming very judgmental of some fashion choices.
Powers and Abilities Edit
Like the other emotions, Disgust has the ability to control Riley's actions, as shown in her first scene, though it is limited to reactions of disgust.
Role in the Crossover Edit
Although Disgust does not usually appear in the crossover, may appear both as an emotion of Riley as a humanized version of it, which is related to Riley or be her friend.
Due to the fact that Disgust is not normally featured in the crossover, a relationship between them hasn't really been delved into. If Riley were to meet Hiccup, Disgust might be more suspicious of him than any of the other emotions. As for Toothless, Disgust would possibly be even more suspicious of him then Hiccup himself. If Disgust is humanized, such as in the Modern AU, Disgust might be about the same, not really hanging around with him.