Once upon a time, in the Country of Frack, there was a Princess named Dazee. (It's my fairytale, be quiet)
She was following in the footsteps of her wicked co-princesses Christy and Boobies in their adventures of their week.
Now the fair maiden, upon accessing her week, decided she was going to call Frack upon her mind. Monday she thought it was Monday. Tuesday she thought it was Wednesday. Wednesday in her fracked out mind was Thursday. Thursday was indeed, just another slow Thursday.
This morning, when her alarm woke her up, after having a fitful night of sleep, because she was feeling that pea under her mattress, (shut it), she got out of bed and while doing her morning "chores", was sure it was Thursday. While she started talking to herself about how badly she wished it were Friday instead, the realization came upon her that it was indeed Friday.
This my dear peasants, is why your Princess has called frack upon her mind.
Upon sitting on her throne, she also thought of some of the minions in her country. As they approached her and pleaded their cases of
stupidity frackedness, she handed down the following sentence.
The Award for Fracken Peasant of Drug-ed-ness, went to one of the workers that thinks the fair maidens are stupid and don't realize he has an addiction to prescription drugs. Harken you masses, this is a sad disease. Get help. People that care want you to get help. They are not the enemy.
Because of the hard work that the Princess had to do, she decided that she had to make a trip to yon village of Shoegasm, and visit with her cousin A Daft Scots Lass
To wear at the Olympics
For when the Prince wants her to wear her little black dress. (Rawr)
When she has to be seen at the Royal Parties
OMG, These she just had to get. No particular reason why.
Last, but certainly not least, she got these to wear when she had on her crown. They match perfectly.
When she returned to the Country of Frack, she nestled into the parlor, and dreamed of the weekend to come.
(as the little grandchildren of the Princess used to say)