A friend told me that I was delusional. I almost fell off my unicorn.
If there’s a zombie apocalypse, will the morticians be the survivors because they know the weaknesses of corpses or the first to die since they’re already surrounded by them?
This is literally the cutest thing ever and this is a topic very close to my heart, as I adopted my kitten from the Humane Society. :-)
This is the funniest, truest thing I have ever seen. Disney princes, who needs them?
I love the M/M twist at the end. Tee hee!
Buzzfeed’s hilarious video gets right to the heart of asking why women are still waiting for a prince charming.
And I counter that with asking—are modern women still waiting for their prince charming or are do we just enjoy reading and watching and hearing about a handsome prince sweeping a woman off her feet.
It sort of begs the question, do you believe everything you see in movies, and all you read in fiction, to be real? I don’t think so. I think movies and fiction are escapist fun that occasionally makes us think and enjoy the world around us more. But we rarely expect to emulate it in our real lives.
I know I’ll never go on an epic quest to Mount Doom, but I loved reading about one in the Lord of the Rings. I know a half a dozen women who read Eat, Pray, Love but they haven’t resettled in Italy. Has every person who read The Maltese Falcon gone on to become a private detective?
But books and movies are fun. And Disney movies are especially enjoyable because they’re a fantasy. The real dating world is often uncertain and awkward, but a Disney prince unerringly knows which is the girl for him. And sometimes it’s nice to see a guy who knows how to go after what he wants. ;)
"He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee."