The Princess vs. The Angel

i was at my local tonight when i overheard a dad refer to his young daughter as “his little princess”.

there’s an on-going trend of referring to women (especially little girls) as “princess”. personally it makes me shudder when i hear a little girl being called a princess. when a girl hears this often at such a young age fosters a huge sense of entitlement.

a princess is something to be objectified, to be served, something beyond you. you are beneath a princess. if i refer to a woman as princess it’s to make fun of a woman being finicky. when i posted about my ex not being comfortable peeing in the bathroom because i didn’t heat that part of the house, thus my electric bill going up as “princess couldn’t piss in the cold”, it was to elicit a response from her. and it did in fact make her feel a pang of guilt.

now, when referring to a woman i adore, i prefer to call her “angel”. angel’s are divine, worthy of respect, something of beauty. we all know my love of the spanish speaking ladies. i usually refer to them as “angelita mia” (my little angel) and they eat that shit up. most of the time when speaking to a woman (be it family or gf) i’ll call her angel.

just consider the attitude of a princess versus that of an angel. princess’ EXPECT shit to be given to them. served to them. whereas an angel expects and wants nothing. they appreciate what you do for you and you in general. honestly, which of the 2 would you rather have in your life?

don’t believe me, try it. call a woman you know princess and tell me you don’t feel like a complete douche. then call a woman an angel and tell me it doesn’t practically roll off your tongue. i’m a firm believe in taking the pepsi challenge with these things.

i did have a nice time shooting the bow today. haven’t shot in a minute, and it showed from my patterns. i need to start going about once a week again. i didn’t have anyone to film it, so i’ll put up my first ever youtube upload.

stay up.


9 Comments on “The Princess vs. The Angel”

  1. Zorro says:

    Frankly, whenever I hear a little girl being called a princess, I want to gun her down with a Bushmaster.

    I know that sounds extreme.

  2. earl says:

    My guardian angel expects that I get myself into dangerous situations. They have to keep their day job.

    That dude has been working overtime since I’ve been driving on slick streets.

  3. sunshinemary says:

    My husband calls me kitten.

    We had a very spoiled rotten husky whose name was Laika but whom we called Princess; she was our much-beloved brat. None of our daughters, however, has ever been referred to as Princess by my husband, thank goodness.

    now, when referring to a woman adore, i prefer to call her “angel”. angel’s are divine, worthy of respect, something of beauty.

    Love it!

  4. Bwana Simba says:

    Ironically, princess is actually a fitting title but not in the manner in which modern parents meant it to be. Princesses of old were not the moral creatures Disney movies make them out to be, but were typically narcissists who used sex to gain power. In fact, many elite parents (not all, but some) taught their daughters to screw to the top. The most obvious case of this were Henry the 8th’s wives. Likewise, many princesses had numerous mental and physical disorders, due in part to various circumstances including, but not limited to, their spoiled upbringing and the tendency of historical aristocrats to breed amongst the family to keep the gene pool “clean” of lesser specimens.

  5. RojoC says:

    I don’t think I could ever say that to a woman with a straight face.

  6. […] there’s an on-going trend of referring to women (especially little girls) as “princess”. personally it makes me shudder when i hear a little girl being called a princess. when a girl hears this often at such a young age fosters a huge sense of entitlement. – Dannyfrom504, “The Princess vs The Angel […]


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