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Cinderella’s Prince Charming had an affair with the baker’s wife, admitting later to Cinderella that “I was raised to be charming, not sincere.”, ended up in divorce court because they couldn’t keep it in their pants. Richard III was so “twisted,” they found him on the battlefield with a pike shoved up his keister. Cheating seems to be a frequent theme with Prince Charmings. It was, afterall, “The Camelot Presidency” (I know Camelot was King Arthur, but he fooled around on Guinevere, too).
Not so good if a woman, say, has a career, or wants to go bowling It’s also a problem for men. We’ll probably end up sticking a pike up our own keisters. Every woman wants her Prince Charming, forgetting that princes were often cowards, philanderers or pansies (there was actually a Buggery Act in 1533).When Bonnie Tyler sang “,” these “knights in shining armor” were always fresh from a fight.They wore red tights because they were “bloodsoaked,” a word Shakespeare created, by the way. Whether you’d bed them — or marry them — is another matter.Most Prince Charmings in fiction were compulsive womanizers. Richard the Lionheart slept with King Phillip II of France. Take George Armstrong Custer, once called “the greatest Indian fighter of all time.” Libbie, his wife, adored him, calling Custer her “Prince Charming,” yet he was heard telling an adjutant just before the Battle of Little Big Horn, “Let’s go down there and get some squaws.” That didn’t go very well. Even if there isn’t a horse within 100 miles — like with John F. I’m sure Jackie Kennedy called John her “Prince Charming” at one time or another.It’s been quite a week for the Hollywood romance rumor mill—and it’s only Wednesday!
This afternoon, the focus has shifted from untangling the "Instagram official" relationship announcements from Scott Disick and Sofia Richie to the relationship status of Hollywood royalty descendent, Dakota Johnson.
I don’t do casual very well, and my feelings, even the good ones, get so intense that they hurt.” So, what is the truth?
The real heroes of the medieval period were bloodthirsty knights, guilty of more rapes than Caligula (he was kind of a benchmark).
, seems less like a person and more like a figment clothed in various waitress uniforms.
If you watched last night's episode, "New Business," and grew increasingly convinced that Diana was actually an imaginary sex-friend Don conjured to provide comfort as his second marriage came to an ugly end, you probably were not alone.
John Boy was a quick finisher, according to Dietrich.