Today, I am headed out to Brooklyn for Big Apple PonyCon! See you soon, NYC!
Also, this Gronk represents something that has been weighing heavily on my mind since I saw Beauty and the Beast as a kid. Really, it’s been bothering me for that long.
I thought this was going to turn into a “very special episode” where Gronk points out she’s a monster that doesn’t want to be human, and how racist the whole show is.
Pottery barn is much funnier.
I always wondered the SAME thing!!! Thanks Dale! hahaha
Beauty and the Beast always bothered me because I fell in love with the Beast! I never liked how the prince looked, and I wanted the beast back. I wondered sometimes if Belle felt that way too. “You were so much better as a beast!” lol
Well, weren’t all the objects (for lack of a better collective word) servants in the castle? So they’d still be there, just serving Belle and the Prince.
I figure they were merged with the existing furniture, sort of like the kid in Turbo Teen and his car. (Oh god did I really just say that?) So theoretically the furniture could’ve ‘split’ back off when the curse was broken.
Pottery Barn is way funnier, though.
I found it vaguely disturbing how there was one room in the castle filled with broken furniture. Later I rationalized that it must have been the original pre-curse furniture, and it was all moved into that room to make space for the cursed household.
“Of course” the current protections would be extended. Do you a source that has said that part is a done deal? I haven’t seen it. My main point is that I don’t think the majority of the neighborhood is the one holding this up and what the majority of the neighborhood wants is reasonable. Also, the same tired arguement that people moved there knowing these things is true, but it is also true for the Ricketts family.
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