Disney Lies

By Clayton

Listen up kids… I think you should stop watching Disney movies right now! Right now I tell you. Why? Trust me; you will understand when you get older. All Disney does is giving you a distorted view of life and false hope in fantasies that will never ever come true. And no, not even by wishing upon the bright Northern star.

Exhibit A:
Disney doesn’t let you know that you can be in love with someone and be absolutely annoyed with them at the same time.

Oh wait… I think they did that in Hercules.

Exhibit B:
Disney doesn’t show you that you can come across this absolutely amazing person and have the best time of your life with them, but that they live far away and eventually will have to leave again.

Oh wait… I think they did that in Pocahontas.

Exhibit C:
Disney doesn’t show you that sometimes you are willing to make drastic life changing, sacrifices just to be with the one that your heart beats faster for.

Oh wait… I think they did that in The Little Mermaid.

Exhibit D:
Disney doesn’t show you that sometimes you are able to be attracted to someone that doesn’t even speak the same language as you do.

Oh wait… I think they did that in Tarzan.

Okay, fact is that Disney makes everything look so damn easy, while we all know that in real life it’s not. And if you don’t break your freaking head and are willing to bust a nut, you probably will not end up with the one that keeps you awake at night.

Of course this post is not to be taken seriously and just written for comedic enjoyment. Come on, who doesn’t love a good cliche Disney movies? :p



This blog is 3 years old

By Clayton

On February 1st it was my birthday…
which also means that it was the “birthday” of this blog. YAY!
Officially online for 3 continues years now.


I know that I don’t write as often as I would like to, and I also know that I each year try to make changes in my posting schedule (pfft… what schedule?), so I won’t do that this year.

What I will do, is go through each of these 3 years of melodramatic words (*ghehe*) and look up on all the stories that needed an update. There are a few stories that I never gave a follow-up or wrote about how things ended.

I do have one idea for a new blog that I will write and publish as soon as I can:
I will make a list of little to unknown facts about myself and publish it. This is quite trickier than I first thought it to be before I started with the list, but I accept the challenge. I am 26 years old now, so I will be writing down the first 26 facts that I can think off. Stay tuned!