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A Woman Asked For A Divorce Because Her Husband Didn't Like Frozen?! Is This A Joke?!

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Frozen has warmed the hearts of millions around the world! But for one couple, it might've ended their relationship!

In an act of true love… for Disney… a woman in Japan supposedly has asked her husband for a divorce because he didn't like the movie!

This according to the crazy Japanese website we stumbled upon calledKikonsha no Hakaba (loosely Google-translated to "The Gravesite of Married People"), a married woman became enamored with Frozen and dragged her husband out to see it.

According to this craziness, despite being familiar with the Hans Christian Anderson story The Snow Queen, upon which the movie is loosely based, the husband just didn't like the movie very much and couldn't understand why his wife did!

Well, when she heard that, the wife reportedly said:

"If you can't understand what makes this movie great, there's something wrong with you as a human being! I want a divorce!"

And with that, the woman ended the six-year marriage and moved back in with her parents! Talk about cold!

This sounds pretty unreasonable, but we have to ask… why DIDN'T he like Frozen? LOLz!

But srsly, are favorite movies a dealbreaker? What do U think??

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7 comments to “A Woman Asked For A Divorce Because Her Husband Didn't Like Frozen?! Is This A Joke?!”

  1. 1

    If she divorces him over something like this, then he is better off without her. There is obviously something wrong with her!

  2. Alien says – reply to this


    She should have "Let it Go"……

  3. 3

    Re: Alien

  4. teeter totter says – reply to this


    My late husband did not like Annie Hall (one of the few Woody Allen movies I like) and spent the rest of the time in the lobby, but I sure would not have divorced him for it, we were married almost 33 years. She sounds a little obsessed.
    By the way can you lose the annoying audio ads Perez? I don't mind the print or video ads, but the audio ads are very annoying. Thanks for your consideration.

  5. Dave G says – reply to this


    All the articles on this topic sound the same. Very little information, just underhanded puns and comic relief. Sounds like we only have one side of the story. The wife was most likely unhappy with the marriage and this was just the straw that broke the camel's back. As for the film, if you really weren't moved to tears when Ana died, you're likely a sociopath on his way to be a serial killer. The wife probably did the right thing. Let him go!

  6. John Shepherd says – reply to this


    I arrive home and I’m in our middle daughter’s room, watching as she folds the last of the clothes on the floor.

    This room was once mine – once ours – my wife’s and mine. The house is small and over the years we traded rooms several times as the need arose, to give the children or ourselves more room. We had thought to be selfless in sacrificing, little realizing that the marriage, too, was a child that needed care. I can still hear the voices – our voices – in this room. I can hear the silences, too. It’s the silences that won out in the end.

    So now I stand in the doorway, a visitor, waiting as Joan finishes putting her clothes away and straightens her desk. I listen to the music she has playing: Craig Armstrong’s balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet. It’s a classical piece, which seems almost out of place in a teenager’s room. The warm strings of the music fill the room gently like light from a fire.

    Our aging cat, Kitka, lays curled on a folded blanket at the foot of the bed, head up, eyes half open, and I’m convinced he’s listening to this music also and that it warms him as it does me.

    “So where do you want to go, Daddy?” Joan asks.

    Where do I want to go? I’m already there, but it’s time to move on.

    For more, see: "The Other Side of the Ring" on Amazon books, by John Shepherd.

  7. Louise says – reply to this


    Hans Christian AndersEn*