When the king heard that, he said, “the Jew has certainly deceived someone, either me or the farmer.”
Come on king don’t be like that
“Listen,” the soldier said, “give me some of it. What can you do with all that money?”
“Since it’s you,” the farmer said,” I’ll give you two hundred. Report to the king in three days and let them pay it out to you.”
A Jew had been standing nearby and had overheard the conversation.
I’m reading classic literature and I’m feeling more and more cultured by the second.
After she picked him up, she threw him against the wall with all her might:
“Now you can have your rest you nasty frog!”
However, when he fell to the ground, he was no longer a frog but a prince with kind and beautiful eyes. So, in keeping with her father’s wishes, she accepted him as her dear companion and husband.
My favourite part is where she realises how he’s actually a really cool guy and a great person to be around
“This is the sign I’ve been waiting for.”
“Content is king.” It’s a point that gets made time and time again, but I don’t think it’s ever been made as sharply or as elegantly as Wes Craven made it. Disclaimer: I’ve never actually heard Wes Craven speak but I heard Bryan Singer re-tell the story.