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quietblueeyes:

I like theater. I like that feeling of approaching the theater and standing in line before a show starts and showing my tickets to the usher and finding my seats and seeing the stage and experiencing that wonderful moment just before a show starts…that second of anticipation before the orchestra sounds the first notes and it all just comes crashing over you like a giant wave of happiness.

withthebarenecessities:

thedisneyprincesswithoutamovie:

disneyprincessdefender:

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tanikayforever:

carnationplaza:

withthebarenecessities:

Then I wonder…what was wrong with this girl? She seems pretty and knows how to bow. Get to know her! Just because she isn’t wearing a sparkly motherflipping dress. 

maybe he’s got a thing for blondes?

He likes his own preference. See here’s the thing that makes their love so awesome. No other woman stood out before Cinderella. Sure, they’re all beautiful but remember? The prince thought this was boring. He would rather be out riding his horse or something than meeting all these women. He wasn’t looking for love. He just did this ball because the king wanted it. He’s annoyed and looks up at his father yawning because he doesn’t want to be with anyone. Then Cinderella comes and she’s the ONLY one not in line waiting to meet him. She’s the only one who has no idea what she’s doing there and she’s walking around aimlessly. That’s what caught the prince. Some of you might say that it was her beautiful dress but I tend to believe that it was because she was the only one who wasn’t waiting to see him. He knew all these women just liked him because he’s the prince. He knew they were only after the kingdom so they could be rich (like Cinderella’s step-sisters). He could tell Cinderella was different. Even if her dress made him notice her first, it’s the woman that makes the dress. Not the dress that makes the woman. To seal the deal, when Cinderella is running away, her excuse is that she hasn’t met the prince which shows him that she fell in love for him. Not his royalty.

Agree.

THANK YOU

THIS MAKES ME EXTREMELY HAPPY AND WHY I LOVE CHARMING SO MUCH! He wasn’t shallow at all!! He found the woman of his dreams (unintentionally) and did everything he could to find her!

I really enjoy all the response this is getting! Everyone keeps adding to it, and it gets better and better. I’m so happy to be surrounded by Disney fans who think critically about this stuff. I made this post to get a reaction from people and wow what a reaction it got! 

My main point was not implying that the Prince is shallow in his attraction to Cinderella but rather a plea of sympathy for all the other girls at the ball who got dolled up to meet the prince and he barely looked at them. I think all of us can sympathize with someone who tries their hardest to look good, then immediately get looked over for someone else. It’s heartbreaking. 

I do love the Prince’s and Cinderella’s romance, but I do believe it initially stemmed from an attraction. She was wearing this dress that looked like it came from the stars, as she was glistening in the darkness. His eyes were drawn to her beautiful form. Then when they were dancing (and singing), they truly fell in love, gazing into each other’s eyes. 


wonnderr-lusttt:

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undftdaniel:

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jadelyn:

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abbysetcetera:

Adulthood doesn’t mean you stop drinking juice pouches and eating fruit snacks. It means buying your own. 

and mixing them with vodka

At 3 in the morning while marathoning your favorite show because nobody can tell you to go to bed.

And then regretting your decisions the next morning.

Because you have to work.

and make more money to buy fruit snacks and juice pouches.

and vodka

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