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#8 - platypusemperor
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(10/08/2013) [-]
So according to Rapunzel's story if I visit a girl often enough she will become pregnant.
User avatar #30 to #8 - herpaderderp
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You better watch who you visit from now on
Tell me, do you visit your family very often?
User avatar #2 - herpaderderp
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(10/07/2013) [-]
There is no such thing as a "true ending". All of the mentioned fairy tales come from oral tradition, with no definitive canon version. The Grimm brothers' edition was simply the version of the story they liked best.
User avatar #39 to #2 - highfocus
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haha you knowledge gimp
User avatar #3 to #2 - nervaaurelius
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True I've read various versions of Rapunzel
#20 to #3 - deckbox
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one i read, the prince falls out of the window and is blinded by thorns and wanders the desert for like 7 years and finds rapunzel who has i think said kids and no hair
#46 to #2 - kexminator
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Actually, the Little Mermaid was originally written by H.C. Andersen (so it was never part of an oral tradition and thus, it has a 'true' ending), but other than that, you're right.   
   
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Actually, the Little Mermaid was originally written by H.C. Andersen (so it was never part of an oral tradition and thus, it has a 'true' ending), but other than that, you're right.

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#1 - amil
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User avatar #12 - PVTDickStryker
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(10/08/2013) [-]
This is what pisses me off about Disney, give a story with blatant superstitious or otherworldly implications, add the morals of a stick-up-the-ass "Christian" household, and you've got a Disney "Original." I feel sorry for the man, having his name slandered on such bastardizations.
#14 to #12 - grandterskrasao
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(10/08/2013) [-]
Disney is a children's movie producer...

Disney isn't the only one that has done that....

Fairy Tales don't all have just one ending...
#15 to #12 - hachintheaxe
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(10/08/2013) [-]
You know these movies were made for children right?
#21 to #15 - deckbox
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and had racist undertones?
User avatar #34 to #21 - konradkurze
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take a look at disney
how many years has every character been white
then in later years they allowed asian mulan, native american pocahanta and romanian ezmerelda

its only in recent years when they finally allowed a ****** into disney cartoons with that frog prince movie
#6 - Saeka
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(10/08/2013) [-]
The version of Rapunzel I heard was similar. A young common couple was pregnant. The mother was craving Rapunzel ( which is a kind of cabbage I guess) and so the father stole some from a local garden. The witch who owned the garden caught him and told him she'd let him live and have all the rapunzel he wanted if he gave her his unborn child, so he agreed and went home to give his wife the stuff (and presumably receive the ass-beating of a lifetime). The witch came on the day of delivery and took the daughter they had. She called her Rapunzel in what I can only assume is an attempt at ironic humor and locked her away. See the witch had this huge purity kick where she just wanted a daughter to remain untouched and clean from the taint of worldy things. Locking her up was a logical move to achieve this. Anyway, when the witch found Rapunzel pregnant, she disowned her and cut all her hair off. She then used the hair to lure the prince back up the tower. The prince did land a fatal blow on the witch but she still had the strength to push him out the window. His eyes were gouged by the bramble bushes below. He wandered the forest, barely surviving for a few months until he hears Rapunzel's familiar voice. The Prince finds Rapunzel living with her family who accepted her back even after knowing what she'd been up They helped her deliver and take care of her twins and they helped the prince recover ( the story implies that Rapunzel cries on his face and his vision returns ). After he's all right the prince takes the family to live with him in his kingdom and everyone's a little bit wiser for the ordeal.

inb4 woah there charlesdickens
inb4 cool story bro
#31 to #6 - burdensomebucket
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(10/08/2013) [-]
I don't care if its 4am I crave some ************* cabbage!
#35 to #31 - konradkurze
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YOU GOT CABBAGE IN YOUR MUFF
#5 - MikedelScorcho
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Also I believe the prince in Rapunzel fell off the tower when Rapunzel's hair was cut by the witch and into a patch of thorns, which pierced his eyes and blinded him
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#42 - evanxzile
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visit her so often she got pregnant.
User avatar #27 - dudda
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So the Grimm Brothers were a bunch of sick mofos
User avatar #29 to #27 - krisaeron
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No, they just saw the world as it really is. Frankly, they were genius.
#36 to #29 - haidbz
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Actually, they just collected folktales, writing down stuff that previously had only been passed down orally...

And as for the content of the stories: Fairytales were not originally stories to teach children ethics, but rather stories sailors made up to entertain themselves on their trips. Or at least that's what I've heard, although I can't remember where, anymore...
#53 to #36 - zlappy
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Though the ethics are still in there if you think about it, except they were horror stores to frighten your children into not doing stupid ****;   
Don't leave your family and sacrifice everything for a dude you barely know (The little mermaid)   
Don't do sick **** to your own family or you'll get ******* punished (snow white)   
If you sleep around with strangers that climb through your window you'll get thrown out of home and you'll have to give birth in the wilderness (Rapunzel)
Though the ethics are still in there if you think about it, except they were horror stores to frighten your children into not doing stupid ****;
Don't leave your family and sacrifice everything for a dude you barely know (The little mermaid)
Don't do sick **** to your own family or you'll get ******* punished (snow white)
If you sleep around with strangers that climb through your window you'll get thrown out of home and you'll have to give birth in the wilderness (Rapunzel)
#54 to #53 - haidbz
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(10/09/2013) [-]
Partially true, but as you will find if you (unlike me) read the brothers Grimm fairytales or (like me) some summary of some of them, you will find that quite a few rather less known fairytales with no comprehensive morale at all.
#55 to #54 - zlappy
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I agree.
It was the entertainment of the time retold countless times, imagine if TV shows today were something that happened somewhere and then you heard of them through word of mouth 6 months later, there's bound to be some weird variations that make no sense at all, and there are probably also some shows that made no sense to begin with.
#47 to #29 - Lepain
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cause sleeping through an entire pregnancy and birth is just how the world really is.   
along with dissolving into foam, turning into stone columns, and frogs becoming into princes.   
just because it's the real world doesn't mean everything must end horribly. There are happy endings
cause sleeping through an entire pregnancy and birth is just how the world really is.
along with dissolving into foam, turning into stone columns, and frogs becoming into princes.
just because it's the real world doesn't mean everything must end horribly. There are happy endings
#16 - imaschizo
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(10/08/2013) [-]
As you can see these fairy tales were all lies

Just like your childhood
User avatar #38 - Loppytaffy
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(10/08/2013) [-]
In the Ladybird book I had as a child, the prince was made blind by thorns and he was cast into the desert to wonder aimlessly.
He eventually found Rapunzel, and her tears healed his eyes.

Nice ending but still pretty hardcore for a four yo's bedtime story.