The Seven Princely SinsThe Seven Princely SinsThe Seven Princely Sins7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Is Disney that good of a role model,
In the male heroes that are displayed?
They may seem wholesome on the surface,
Delighting their fans by the decade.
But what lies beneath the exteriors,
Of these pretty boys in shining armor?
Let's take a look at each personality,
And see the truth of each daring charmer.
First is Snow White's charming Prince,
Whose gluttony is his own downfall;
For being the pudgiest prince among them,
His moniker is the "fattest one of all."
This chubby round faced crooner,
Has nothing but to sing songs all day.
As poor Snow slaves over gooseberry pies,
To keep his piggish hunger at bay.
Prince "Charming", as so he is called,
Is perhaps the most slothful on the throne.
Neglecting his duties with tired yawns,
And answering only with a shiftless groan.
He typically lays about like a lazy lump,
Never assuming his royal position.
And after finding the lady of his dreams,
Is too sluggish to even seek her out on his mission.
Prince Phillip, thoug
Life With A Sleeping BeautyBeing married to a narcoleptic certainly isnt easy. I found out that a few years ago when I married Aurora.Life With A Sleeping Beauty8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
First, before I begin my story, perhaps I should introduce myself: Prince Phillip, son of King Hubert. A few years ago I had the privilege to marry the most beautiful girl in the entire kingdom, the fair Princess Aurora. Aurora and I had actually even met before and fell in love in the woods, but that was before I found out her royal heritage and that she wasnt a peasant.
These last few years married to Aurora have certainly been interesting to say the least. She certainly is a lovely woman and I do adore her, but sometimes there is one little personality...quirk, I would say. Since Maleficents spell, Aurora still occasionally has this lingering narcolepsy, able to fall asleep at a drop of the hat.
Now most of the time, I generally dont mind this. Sure, I can put up with the occasional face in the mashed potatoes at dinner; and theres always the inst