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Appealing cartoon has positive messages about self-image.

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Parent Written byEvensmaxTV June 12, 2014


Teenage Fairytale Dropouts
What other families should know
Great messages
Adult Written byRDF August 16, 2014

Satanic Imagery, Witchcraft and a Homosexual with Gigantism

Teenage Fairytale Dropouts is your typical junior-high animated comedy-drama based on royalty free characters made "extreme" by a marketing department. Whether it's spreading rumors on the Ye Olde Facescroll Page, engaging in Class Warfare with the more popular fairytale superstar offspring, or "coming out" to your conservative, traditionalist parents that you want to "cook" for a living instead of smashing tiny villages, the Fairytale Dropouts will make sure your six-year-old's attention span will be drawn and quartered. German Baroness Mother Goose runs the local educational castle where teenage descendants of "classic" characters like The Tooth Fairy and Humpty Dumpty have decided to institutionalize their young charges to an iron fisted BDSM version of an imaginary author. Follow Fury, a leather-jacketed tooth fairy who's wings haven't "developed" and her two friend-zoned male companions Trafalgar, a wizard suffering with premature-ejaculation issues and Jeremiah, the giant with an Robert Smith haircut and dreams of becoming a chef, despite his gigantic father's wishes. The teenagers find themselves in awkward situations every day, usually in thanks to standard high-school drama and your standard deus ex machina. By the end of the 11-minute journey, the teenagers find that if you just follow all the rules, be respectful and try really hard that none of the gratuitous property damage, psychological trauma and bodily harm you may have caused to the people of Fairytale Estates is of any consequence.. If your child finds this program amusing for any reason, quickly disable your television set and ensure he receives an increase in Omega-3 consumption and at least one good book about career-options.