Japanese woman asks for divorce after husband asks her what's the big deal about Frozen

30 May 2014 / 2 years 4 months ago

A woman in Japan is looking for a divorce because her husband is not a fan of Disney’s Frozen.

She recently become a huge fan of Frozen. She initially got into the smash hit musical through a friend, reports Rocket News.

Since then, the wife has become so enthralled with it that she’s since made multiple trips to the theatre to watch it over and over again on the big screen.

At his wife’s recommendation, the man decided to watch Frozen and see what all the fuss was about.

Unfortunately, he only succeeded in the first half. “It’s an OK movie, I guess, ^but I didn’t really care for it personally.”

Unable to grasp just what made the movie so captivating in her eyes, the man asked his spouse, “Do you really think it’s that good?”

The man claims he asked the question offhandedly, with no intention of offending his wife.

She, however, took issue with the inquiry, ironically shocked at what she saw as a cold-hearted betrayal by the man who she believed should be her Prince Charming.

“If you can’t understand what makes this movie great, there’s something wrong with you as a human being!” she declared.

It seems her recent appreciation of cinema has given her a flair for dramatic dialogue.

Things only got worse from there. In the end, the woman shouted “I want a divorce!” and stormed out of their home.

She’s since been staying at her parents’ home, and by the time the husband posted his story to Kikonsha no Hakaba, a week had passed, with the wife’s parents serving as intermediaries for all communication between the feuding, childless couple.

The sudden development has put the husband in a bit of a quandary.

He doesn’t mention any preexisting issues between him and his wife of six years, and he’s understandably resistant to ending what, as far as he indicates, has been an otherwise happy marriage over such a trivial matter.

Hopefully they can resolve things in less time than it takes to get “Let It Go” out of your head.

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