"Love is a ruthless game, unless you play it good and right." ~ Taylor Swift
Sofia is so good, it's almost a Guilt Trip to watch. I mean, it's Cinderella 2012, aged 7 or something-- it's so good it's impossible but it's real because it's magic, and it's what you have to believe. It is a guilt trip, though; it's like-- what, you want that? And who are you? (Seth Rogen?)
But I guess that that's why. Why I don't want to hear "Why" by the Byrds and all the songs like it. Why I don't watch Battlestar Galactica anymore and why I don't hang out with Sheldon and the gang anymore and why I had this thing for GIR from Invader Zim but don't even like that anymore so much.
I guess that's why I'll get the "Save the Turtles" album and try not to mind when the other white people try guilt tripping me about the bloody Turtles and end up letting my mom cut my hair to save money so I can go back again and get Seal anyway. And I guess that's why I write like this even though I get voted for 5% of the time and deleted 20% of the time, and why I wrote that review critical about the Mel Gibson movie about Jesus that was a horror movie that they made Danielle watch without her really having a choice and why I'll then go to church with my family and then to the multi-racial one and show up for their events half the time and let them go on suspecting that I'm an unbeliever because I believe in magic, because at least they're not violent like the science fiction movies. (I do bipolar things like that.)
It's all for Sofia. That's why.
And Juno's mercy, let that be enough.