Thursday, 12 April 2007

The Princess

Once upon a time, there was a girl, who wanted to be a princess. She grew up, attended a reality-TV-show, won the contest, and had her fifteen minutes and some more in the spotlight. With the money she got from the sponsors of the reality-show, she flew to Cannes on a vacation and met a prince in the harbour of that magical town. Naturally, the Prince went crazy, for her, and wanted to marry her.
The girl became a princess and she lived happily ever after with her Prince in their huge mansion on the hill.

Hope you didn’t believe a word. This was a fairytale.

Actually, the story went like this: There was a girl who wanted to be famous. She participated a shaggy reality-TV-show on a lousy cable station, didn’t win, but got an admirer. She married the enthusiastic youngster, got pregnant once a year and liked her liquor. The youngster became a sombre hermit who used to beat her up whenever she tended to drink too gaily with the neighbours in the local pub.

One day he hit her hard enough and she didn’t rise up from the floor anymore. He went to jail and the children were taken into custody.

That’s how the story went. We do live in a real world, you know.


*ItkUpiLLi* said...

I belive more in fairytales than the reality...truly and honestly.

SusuPetal said...

Sometimes it's better to believe in fairytales, as long as they are for real:))

hpy said...

All men are not violent, but why do many women fall for the violent ones?

SusuPetal said...

Well, HPY, that is the question! Women fall in love and women have the true belief of the possibility of being able to change people with their love.
Most of the times, it's illusion. You can't change people, people have to change themselves.

hpy said...

And then they left the restaurant.

Sopisiko tama loppulauseeksi? (Ranskassa asuvana ajattelen tietysti ruokaravintolaa, en juomasellaista, mutta sina teet aivan niin kuin haluat.)

SusuPetal said...

Lause on sopiva, kiitos, katsotaan, minkälainen tarina syntyy(ja koska...!)