dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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April: The Loser of the Settlepocalypse...

It seems clear that even though we're only witnessing the preliminary moves of the Settlepocalypse, it'll be the same sort of big, stupid, unnecessary mess the Housening was. Like the Housening, reason, common sense and common decency is being sacrificed so that Elly can see a sick fantasy fulfilled. Also, they'll go out of their way to jam it to April again. Last year, they left her out of the planning and sat there yapping about her being a spoiled princess and the closest she got to an apology was Elly coming in and saying "I'm sorry you felt that way." Since the Pattersons don't learn from their mistakes, they're gonna do it again. They can't not treat her like an afterthought. They won't let her choose her role in the ceremony, they'll insist on comandeering her free time, Hell, they won't even let her choose a dress that isn't both the wrong size and butt-ugly. And whenever she wants to express how awful she feels, she'll get a smackdown from her pseudofriends Eva and Luis about how she's lucky her parents weren't ground into pet food. If you like April, you're really gonna hate the next five months.
Tags: picky-face martian princess creature, settlenuptuals
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