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Transcript

[ theme music ]
Sarah Ann Masse: Once upon a time,
there was a pretty girl,
Sarah Ann Masse: which means she
was morally good.
Sarah Ann Masse: Her name was Cinderella.
She lived with her stepmother
Sarah Ann Masse: and her two step sisters,
who you could tell were evil
Sarah Ann Masse: because they made
Cindy scrub the floor,
Sarah Ann Masse: and they were
physically unattractive.
Sarah Ann Masse: One day, the Prince
decided to throw a ball,
Sarah Ann Masse: but Cinderella's stepmom
told her she couldn't go.
Sarah Ann Masse: So she cried and cried,
because girls are weak and helpless,
Sarah Ann Masse: but her fairy godmother
gave her a beautiful gown,
Sarah Ann Masse: tons of makeup, and
really impractical glass high heels
Sarah Ann Masse: so that she will
be wanted by a man.
Sarah Ann Masse: When the Prince saw
Cinderella walking to the ball,
Sarah Ann Masse: he fell in love at first
sight, which really just means
Sarah Ann Masse: that his boy parts
got all excited.
Sarah Ann Masse: Anyway, Cindy liked
dancing with him, but
Sarah Ann Masse: she had to get home before
her makeup and fancy clothes
Sarah Ann Masse: magic wore off, and
she was accused of tricking men
Sarah Ann Masse: into liking her.
Sarah Ann Masse: But the Prince didn't
respect her decision to leave,
Sarah Ann Masse: and tried to physically stop her.
Sarah Ann Masse: In the process, her
shoe fell off, but she didn't
Sarah Ann Masse: even try to go back to get it,
Sarah Ann Masse: because the Prince
was being really creepy.
Sarah Ann Masse: A few days later, the Prince
showed up at Cinderella's house
Sarah Ann Masse: with the glass slipper.
Sarah Ann Masse: He decided he would
marry which ever woman fit the shoe,
Sarah Ann Masse: whether she wanted
to marry him or not.
Sarah Ann Masse: When it was Cinderella's
turn the shoe fit her perfectly.
Sarah Ann Masse: So she had to decide
between staying at home and
Sarah Ann Masse: being emotionally abused,
or marrying a misogynistic Prince
Sarah Ann Masse: who only saw her as a prize.
Sarah Ann Masse: So she decided to go
with the Prince and his money,
Sarah Ann Masse: because society tells her
that women are only important
Sarah Ann Masse: if they're married.
Sarah Ann Masse: The end.
♪ ♪
-[ growling ]
-[ lip smack ]

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