|Reviews for Prince Charming Was One Sick Puppy|
| KrazyNixi chapter 1 . 6/23/2011
Very funny! And yeah now that ya mention it prince charming does seem kinda sick...
| Blurring Fandoms chapter 1 . 5/15/2011
Lol. Okie dokie.
| Carol J chapter 1 . 9/15/2010
Love it! :-)
| Alison chapter 1 . 1/28/2009
This was great, I've often had the same thoughts about fairy tales. I mean, come one, Sleeping Beauty was only sixteen!
| TheWelcomeStranger chapter 1 . 9/20/2008
ha ha I like this- it's so true!
| ShadowDancer181 chapter 1 . 8/28/2008
Not to mention that all the fairy tales prince's have the same name, leading to questions of just how many times he's gotten married...
| EmSyd chapter 1 . 3/14/2008
Brilliant. Loved it.
| Choas Babe chapter 1 . 2/23/2008
I loved the Cinderella one. And I'm just glad you didn't go into Fair Rosalinda. The basic jist is that King falls for beautiful blond peasant, and says "Lets have an affair. Here, private place where you can meet me so my insanely jealous wife wont' see you." Queen finds out and pushes Rosalinda into the river, drowning her. Ministrel makes harp out of the wood that grew where she washed up. In the more morbid versions of the tale, he makes it out of her bones and strings it with her hair. He wanders into King's court, where he's mourning his lover's loss, and the harp sings only one song, "The Queen hath murdered me."
| Maethorwen of Atlantis chapter 1 . 7/3/2007
I can totally see McKay doing that. Really funny. I have often wondered similar things about some of the stories so I totally understood.
| adara chapter 1 . 3/7/2007
that last bit about cinderella just about killed me. and probably true. *snerk*
| Some Random Reviewer chapter 1 . 2/7/2007
It made me laugh.
I've never made those particular observations, and I don't tend to look at fairy tales too closely in general, so gruesome some of them are. But nursery rhymes, there's a twisted bunch.
Jack and Jill, blackbirds baked in a pie, humpty dumpty, babies in cradles falling from trees, and why the hell did Peter keep his wife in a pumpkin shell? _
| Rosiy chapter 1 . 1/13/2007
I liked this story, and if you're interested in the symbolism that lies within fairytales, then you might want to find the original versions of them. Little Red Riding Hood for example, is a germanic myth that was supposed to teach girls how to A.) Not be raped, and B.) How to escape/outwit said rapist. The original names of the forest paths she came upon were also symbolic, the path of pins, and the path of needles. Little girls sew with pins, women with needles. It's all very interesting, and hopefully your local library has some books on the subject or something, because you can't always trust the internet. :P Anyway, I again, liked your story, because it's so true!
| SailorNeo chapter 1 . 10/1/2006
Never thought of Rapunzel as a phallic symbol...but now that you mention those things...EW! I don't think fairy tales are so cool anymore...Well...they are...OMG! Beauty and the Beast...Now that's one that Rodney would have a field day explaining to John!...now I've gone and gotten myself disturbed...
| Dr. McP chapter 1 . 9/17/2006
Well this one was rather amusing! Maybe a sequel of sorts? By the way, I over-analyze things all the time! You're not alone! lol
| Tania-R chapter 1 . 9/16/2006
Prince charming with a foot fetish and Cinderella with her plunging neckline...LOL
I suppose you have heard of the Grim brothers right? Well you are kind of right about these fairy tales. Their original work was not meant for children...