Remember When Prince Bought A Futon Off Of Craigslist?

Monday, March 18, 2013

I sure don't. Yet, someone does and what would you do when you have an awesome story about Prince? You share it with the blog Stories About Prince. Duh.

If you ever wanted to know what the majestic mystic of all things Funk and purple hues does when he loses his raincoat, gets out of taking in a house guest (who happens to be former Revolution bandmate Brown Mark), and partakes in a Ramen noodle eating contest then the handwritten tales spun on the site will intrigue and amuse you.

Two favorites stories of mine are when Prince buys tortillas ("I mean, what's the difference between a quesadilla and a grilled cheese?") and when Prince goes online dating and uses the oh-so-discrete OKCupid screenname of: BabyI'mAStar.

Now here comes the sad, because okay, okay, (spoiler) these stories are completely and fabulously fictional. Still, if someone could turn Twilight fan fiction into a terribad series called Fifty Shades Of Grey, then why can't we have nice things where someone fabricates the daily adventures of Prince? Serious. I'd throw down cash for a collection of these fables...you know, so I can read them to my future little Audio Divas and Dudes.

2 comments:

  1. I'm the author of SAP. Thank you for the very flattering write up!

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    1. You're very welcome :) Love the blog...so hilarious!

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