Yesterday I did laundry and that's about it. I spent a lot of time on the internet. My only defense of my complete and utter laziness yesterday is to offer you these lessons and morals from various disney princesses.
Cinderella: Ladies, the moral of this story is clearly that the right pair of shoes makes all the difference in the world. Gentlemen, if you fall head over heels in love with a girl, it might be a good idea to get her name. Or at least remember what she looks like.
Beauty and the Beast: Guys, if you want to get a girl to like you, give her a library. And dance with her in an awesome ballroom. Girls, remember he may be a beast now, but proper grooming and a little training in gentlemanly behavior can do quite a lot.
The Little Mermaid: Don't trust sea witches. Also, there's a fine line between 'collecting' and 'hoarding'.
Pocahontas: Always listen to your father. Seriously she would have been better off with that hotty Kokoum.
The Frog Princess: As with The Little Mermaid, don't trust voodoo witch doctors.
Aladdin: Always keep your silver well-polished. You just never know. Boys, don't ever lie to a girl. It will come back to bite you in the butt.
Sleeping Beauty: Gentlemen, when you meet the girl of your dreams, to win her heart you should slay a dragon. If that doesn't work or if your neighborhood is short on dragons, a romantic kiss will do the trick.
Snow White: An apple a day will not necessarily keep the doctor away.
Rapunzel: Always do your hair; you never know when you'll meet a dashing stranger.