I’m gonna assume we’re not taking about heaven but a paradise on Earth…
Paradise is pain free. There is no depression, there is no anxiety, there is no heartache. I’ve had my share. I’m done with all that in my paradise. I’d finally be at PEACE. I’d grow always but not have to be in pain to learn. My paradise would have to have a beach, it would be like the one in the picture about which is infront of my families house in Mexico. Everyday would be like a cool summer day, with a perfect cool breeze. Somedays there’d be thunder and lightening. I’d have a house big enough for my family, I’de be happlily married with healthy happy children and all my loved ones would be close by. Maybe my mama would live next door. She’d be happily remarried and get to spend lots of time with her grandkids. I’d have a whole room in my house just for art! There would be a library inside and I could paint and create all day long. There would be no stress of work or school or money. Everyday we would just be able to celebrate each other. We’d maybe have a different adventure everyday and we would be able to travel the world. I’d have lots of pets (but someone else to clean up after them haha) There would be lots of music and laughter and bonfires on the beach! I’d play the guitar and sing and my family and loved ones would all jam together.
Of course I know that in reality in order to find happiness there must be some heartache and in order to grow there must be some pain, so I know that this isn’t very likely…
5. It's fine to risk your friends' lives for a boyfriend.
Hey, remember when Ariel almost got her lifelong friend and occasional guardian Sebastian killed so she could dine with a guy who'd never even heard her talk? You do? You need to know that that's never okay.
7. It's acceptable to show up to parties uninvited.
There won't always be enough tea to go around if you keep showing up to parties you're not even invited to attend. And, like Alice, you may find yourself surrounded by lunatics with no respect for themselves, each other or anyone else's property.
When she was a kid, Tiana swore she'd never kiss a frog. She changed her mind. Sure, it worked out in the end, but only after she was transformed into an amphibian and subject to a number of voodoo curses.
13. Having short, dark hair is like, the worst thing ever.
Brunettes are people too. And listen, unless you have a genetic or Ariana Grande-edges issue, your hair will grow back. That's what hair does. If you don't think this is true, remember how you felt the last time you forgot to shave your legs.
Snow White was in a coffin with her eyes closed in a "sleep-like death," and the seven dwarves just let this happen. Like, Doc didn't even side-eye Prince Charming making out with what everyone thought was just a really well-preserved corpse. Why weren't her pals called the Seven Deviants?
You know why Snow White was always happy and encouraged you to "whistle while you work?" Because she wasn't actually working. She got woodland creatures to do all that crap for her. Then, like lots of people in upper management, she took credit for everything once it was done.
16. Your dad will always bail you out of dangerous situations.
Ariel could always rely on her father, King Triton, to save her in The Little Mermaid. For most of us, though, eventually our dads get tired of our s*it and make us grow up, whether or not that means growing legs.
Flynn Rider may be charming in Tangled, but he's a thief with a false identity and was in what's basically a gang with two sociopaths called The Stabbington Brothers. If you wouldn't allow yourself to get sexed into a gang, why would you encourage this Catfish coupling?
Wendy Darling was commissioned by Peter Pan and the Lost Boys to be their mother in Neverland. Then she tried to make out with Peter Pan, who, as you can tell, is just not that into her. Because Peter Pan isn't a creep, no matter how many associations he may have with the late Michael Jackson.