The analogy makes sense to me, but I'm not sure if it will to everyone else..what do you think? a simple yes or no will do (or elaborate if you want) :)
Like Cinderella banished to the attic, I carried my luggage piece by piece up the two flights of stairs. After we'd brought the largest and heaviest suit case up, Seth flung himself on to what I assumed was my bed. It looked like it had seen better days, but I couldn't be picky; no longer the princess of the castle; my fate had been reduced to that of a lame Disney princess in fifteen seconds flat. It would have been hilarious if it wasn't so damn ironic.
Answer by Samantha_1629 at 3:00 PM on Jul. 10, 2009
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