SHE CAME DOWN IN A BUBBLE – Explained

You’ve seen the video. You’ve memorized the rant. You know the in’s and out’s of the exact passion behind the clip. You clicked on this blog for one reason and one reason alone…to find out what the damn arguement was even about.

If anyone tells you they know what the arguement was about and doesn’t provide concrete evidence as I did last month from Elsass, call them out. I’ve watched this video maybe a trillion times and to this day never really questioned why it was happening. Yeah, I know the gist of the arguement. Her sister was a witch, and her sister was a princess. The wicker witch of the East bro. I mean Doug…she came down in a bubble? Grow up bro.

So, here’s the story from the evidence I found last night from Elssy Wellsy Poo.

PART 1

So the first part of our story starts with friends playing Headbands, a game similar to heads up where a character is placed on one users forehead and the other people try to help them guess this person. Doug, the individual who needs to grow up, had “Glenda” and the man with the greatest rant of all time used the word “Princess” as a hint. So that leads us to this question…is Glenda the Good Witch a Princess?

For anyone that isn’t aware there is a long and indepth universe built around the simple storyline we’ve grown to love with Judy Garland. Much like most movie adaptations we receive, we know the tip of the iceberg of the magical world known as Oz. Glenda has time and time again come to the aide of the Princess of Oz.

From Wikepedia – Glinda plays the most active role in finding and restoring Princess Ozma, the rightful heir, to the throne of Oz, the search for whom takes place in the second book, The Marvelous Land of Oz, although Glinda had been searching for Ozma ever since the princess disappeared as a baby.

Then again, this bring’s up a wonderful question that seems to divide traditional Wizard of Oz Fans. Is the 2013 movie “Oz the Great and Powerful” canon?

To me, almost all content around a universe as widely misunderstood as the Wizard of Oz is canon. If the movie used the same shit as other movies like names and what not, it’s canon. That, and Mila Kunis.

Oz: The Great and Powerful - Publicity still of Mila Kunis | Fashion,  Fashion film, Movie fashion

In Oz the Great and Powerful, Glinda is considered a sister of Kunis’ character Theodora.

From Wikepedia – “In this prequel, she is Glinda the Good Witch of the South as well as the daughter of the slain king of Oz”

Boom. Witch & Princess.

Also Mila if you’re reading this, hi.

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