The Fairy Tales for Twenty-Somethings blog provides bite-sized fairy-tales properly adjusted for the Twitter generation.
Aladdin really wanted to win Jazmine back but he didn't know how to do it. He googled tips for meaningful apologies and texted with the Genie for more ideas. He even read an article called "14 Ways To Get Her Back," which he really thought would do the trick.
Finally, he closed his laptop and wrote her a letter by hand, telling her honestly how he felt. But he couldn't find a stamp so he just texted her, "srsly babe im so sry."
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