Once upon a time, there lived a fair King-to- be who was adventurous at heart, yet longed for love. One day, one bright gleaming day, Sir Jakob took a morning stroll. On that stroll he came across a tower, that he’d never seen before. Mesmerized by the soft voice of what’s seemed to be an Angel. He felt as though, it’s what he needed. He was determined to free the unknown Angel, that was nonetheless trapped. As soon he came closer, he heard a snap of a twig and hid in fear.
AHHH WHO ARE YOU!
I'm here to save you, Princess.
As Sir Jakob hid, he seen the unthinkable. A middle age women yelled up to the tower. Strange words, that deemed to let down hair. The hair was used as rope to climb the way into the tower. “Ah, this is the way in,” thought Sir Jakob. He made a promise to himself that he’d come back early morning and save the nameless Angel.
I don't need a man to be saved.
Eagerly Sir Jakob went at once to the tower. He couldn’t wait any longer, he said the magical words and hoped the Angel would respond. Heart beating out his chest, Sir Jakob’s eyes widened as blonde lengthy hair swept the grass. Hurriedly, he climbed up to the tower hoping nothing would stand in the way of him and his new found love.
Mother's favorite, Rapunzel soup.
As soon as Sir Jakob made it inside his heart filled with delight. Going in with arms open wide, expecting her to run into his arms. Instead the young maiden, Rapunzel screeched with fear. She feared her life, and thought of nothing other than the pan set above her bed.
Rapunzel was furious, she knew she needed no saving. She did what her Mother taught her to do, defend herself from intruders. Her words were choked, her thoughts never evaporated, she didn’t even feel an ounce of love just fear.
As Rapunzel panicked to do with Sir Jakob’s body, she decided with the most rational solution. She didn’t want to make her Mother upset because they were sworn to secrecy from the outside world. So she made soup, but not just any soup, Rapunzel soup.