S: The Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess and the Curly-Haired German Prince
FC: The Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess and the Curly-Haired German Prince
3: Once upon a time there was a Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess, who was unrivaled in all of the land in her beauty, wit, and charm. The princess was sad, though, because she wondered if she’d ever meet her Prince Charming. Although she had her choice of many suitors, most of them had commitment issues or acted liked jerks.
5: One day, the Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess met a Curly-Haired German Prince. The Curly-Haired German Prince was lonely so he asked the Princess to help him meet a maiden at a charity date auction. Alas, despite her best efforts the Princess could not find a single maiden willing to pay for a date with the Curly-Haired German Prince.
7: The Curly-Haired German Prince secretly longed to seduce the Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess, but he knew that another prince was courting her. Then one magical day, at Jim McBride’s birthday happy hour, the Prince learned that the Princess’ suitor had turned into a frog. The Prince beseeched the Princess to give him her number and called to invite her to a banquet of wine, cheese and olives at Proof.
9: The Curly-Haired German Prince continued to woo the Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess with the most exquisite feasts and merriment, and on several occasions even commissioned the finest chariots in the District to escort the Princess back to her castle in Columbia Heights. Still, the Princess couldn’t help but wonder if the Prince would turn into a frog after they kissed.
11: The Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess sought the counsel of the wisest oracles in the Kingdom. They encouraged her to accept the Curly-Haired German Prince’s embrace. Only then would she know if he was truly a Prince or just another frog.
13: And so the Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess kissed the Curly-Haired German Prince (again) and soon the Prince and Princess became inseparable. The Prince attended a great many receptions to celebrate Faith-Fest, the birthday of the Princess.
15: The Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess and the Curly-Haired German Prince went on several excursions together. They went to Boston, where they said “I Love You” for the first time; Las Vegas, where the Princess supported the Prince on his long (13.1 mile) journey across the desert; and even the remote empire of Argentina where they enjoyed the spoils of the Princess’ power and influence.
17: But, alas, the Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess and the Curly-Haired German Prince had to part ways to attend to their separate courts in Arkansas and Florida. They missed each other terribly, and so they decided to join their estates together in the Prince’s chateau in Cheverly (and later at a new manor on U Street). With every day that passed the Prince and Princess became closer.
19: The Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess and the Curly-Haired German Prince decided it was time for one more adventure. They traveled to the exotic land of Peru, the ancient Kingdom of the Incas. The Prince was inspired by the splendor of the lost city of Machu Picchu. It was breathtaking to behold, but the beauty of the Princess was still unsurpassed.
21: The Curly-Haired German Prince got down on one knee and asked the Gorgeous Blue-Eyed Princess, “Will you marry me?” The Princess said “yes” (or at least that’s what the Prince hopes!). The Prince and the Princess were wed and blessed with adorable curly-haired, blue-eyed babies. They lived happily ever after.