Woman Wants Divorce Because Husband Doesn't Like 'Frozen.' Okay, Bye?

Now "okay, bye," is taking on a whole new context. A Japanese woman wants a divorce because her husband doesn't like Frozen . That's right — Frozen is such a strong force in nature that it breaks records, makes children cry because there's not enough toys to go around, and now, allegedly, ends marriages. This is the worst case scenario for what happens when you don't want to build a snowman: Your wife leaves you.

The lady who lived, breathed, and will probably die for all things Frozen is a 29-year-old woman who had seen the move multiple times and evidently fell under Elsa's icy animated Disney spell. Her 31-year-old husband, however, had not given in to the powers of a talking snowman with buckteeth and resisted all of her invitations to see the movie.

Apparently, according to the Japanese site Kikonosha no Hakaba , which loosely, but still rather eerily, translates to "The Gravesite of Married People," he finally acquiesced and saw the film, which might have been a poor choice, given that his comments are what sent the marriage to spiraling end. He said:

It's an okay movie, I guess, but I didn't really care for it personally [...] Do you really think it's that good?

Her response, however, was a little more harsh than that, as she said:

If you can't understand what makes this movie great, there's something wrong with you as a human being! I want a divorce!

And then she climbed atop of a snow mountain and belted "For the First Time in Forever" to all of her Japanese town.

Actually, she moved back in with her parents, where hopefully she can sing "Love Is an Open Door" to them all day and all night long.

You wouldn't think that the family friendly musical that brings sisters together would tear husbands and wives apart, but as strange as it is, perhaps we should never underestimate the power of Frozen or that anthemic power ballad, "Let It Go."

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