Happily Ever After? Think again!

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murtighazi

And they lived happily ever after.
There is no happily ever after. The story or the movie ends with the hero riding/driving off into the sunset to their happily ever after. Really? We’re supposed to believe that? I think not.
They never tell you the number of times the hero has to listen to his true love whine on the way to the castle about what she doesn’t have. They never tell you the number of times the heroine sulks in the corner because her cooking isn’t as good as her true love’s mother’s. They never tell you about all the stupid purchases that the princess makes and that she doesn’t know how to run a household, because all her life she’s been locked in a tower where she hasn’t handled any money.
Happily ever after my foot. True love’s first kiss may break a spell or whatever but it…

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