Article written by the 21 year old me, worried of citing the source. Cringe version on WWW. DEVILONHEELS.BLOGSPOT.COM
A bit of twist: I married my best friend, who does my happily ever after.
Imagine a picturesque scene: a white horse galloping with your ideal prince charming atop, who embodies everything you've ever dreamt of in a guy. You've always believed in fairy tale endings, influenced by the romantic books you've read and the movies you've watched.
But as time passed, you realized that the concept of happy endings is not as straightforward as it seems. Heroes change, and the definition of a happy ending evolves.
Yet, as you walk by, you still catch glimpses of super cute guys who pique your interest. However, disappointment follows when they open their mouths and reveal their true nature. Where have all the good guys gone? It's frustrating that boys claim to want a combination of beauty and brains but often seem preoccupied with trivial matters or inappropriate thoughts.
It's about time they understand that impressing girls goes beyond low-waist jeans that barely stay up, colorful converse shoes, or piercings. It's time for a change in attitude and the return of genuine chivalry—the revival of true men.
Now, why am I suddenly talking about prince charming and happy endings? Blame it on my mom. We were just discussing, or rather arguing, about when girls should get married. She specifically had me in mind (poor her, she tries to indirectly find out if I have a boyfriend).
This got me pondering on what I would want in my prince charming, at least for now. I'll dare to say I want someone with the charm of Edward Cullen. After all, a girl can always hope, right?