Having Something Like This At Your Wedding Would Truly Make It A Magical Day.

Disney always releases interesting products for the sake of entertainment (and money, of course). So it’s no wonder they’re looking to cash in on girls who grew up singing along to every Ariel, Jasmine, and Belle song in the Disney catalog. And there’s no better way to do this than by finding a way into a $51 BILLION wedding industry in America.

Disney recently unveiled a cake mapping technology with the ability to make your cake the envy of every person in the room.

It will also make every eligible bachelor quiver with fear.

We hope you both live happily ever after.

Disney patented this technology in 2012, making the dreams of every girl possible.

(via Buzzfeed)

I don’t know if I would want to have a Disney wedding. I’m also aware that I wouldn’t have the final say as a groom. I suppose I could appreciate a Lion King cake if I had to.

Read more: http://viralnova.com/disney-cake/

‘Reasonably well educated’ Dianne Feinstein felt patronized by Ted Cruz

http://twitter.com/#!/JenScogginsCNN/status/312321681760854016

We already know not to question Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s encyclopedic knowledge of guns, and now we know we certainly don’t want to question her knowledge of the Constitution. She’s been in Washington a long, long time, and she let her colleague, freshman Sen. Ted Cruz, know that she’s pretty darn familiar with the founding documents. In fact, she told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer she felt “patronized” by Cruz bringing up the constitutionality of her assault weapon ban and needed some time to cool down before she could speak to him again.

Feinstein says she felt patronized during AWB debates. Perhaps its because gun advocates think she’s a moron. #JustSaying

— Chris Mrkvicka (@Twitch13MP) March 14, 2013

On CNN, Feinstein says she “felt patronized” by Cruz. “I appreciate the lecture, but, you know that’s all I’m going to say.”

— Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) March 14, 2013

What the Bill of Rights needs, apparently, is someone like Feinstein to set limits. Sure, her assault weapon ban would take hundreds of firearms out of the public’s hands, but she’s leaving you with her personal selection of 2,271 weapons to choose from: isn’t that enough? She must know the Bill of Rights way better than we do to have found that precise number in there. That, and the word “need.”

Mrs Feinstein, it doesn’t MATTER “what you think”.It only matters what the Constitution says.

— Kelly B Hudspeth (@Momofour2) March 14, 2013

Senator Feinstein to Senator Cruz: “Senator, I’m not a 6th grader.”Diane, you have been fooling me and a whole lot of others!

— Tweet Me Up (@aboutany1thing) March 14, 2013

Dianne Feinstein Keeps Lighting Into Ted Cruz: He ‘Patronized’ Me feedly.com/k/ZRvPeA | Don’t matronize us, lady.

— Dan Collins (@vermontaigne) March 14, 2013

Feinstein admits she doesn’t know much abt the Constitution but she’s been changing it for years. So, we shld just trust her now.

— DPH(@dphaw) March 14, 2013

Wow…..Ted Cruz standing up to Ms. Feinstein at the senate committee gun control hearing. Maybe there’s hope for us in Congress. Go Ted!

— Actuaryslm (@actuaryslm) March 14, 2013

Feinstein isn’t a sixth grader. My 5-year-old granddaughter has more common sense and patriotic spirit than old fuddy-duddy Calif. senator.

— Gene(@aviary7) March 14, 2013

Sen Feinstein not a sixth grader nor a lawyer, but she feels compelled to take away your #2A rights. Point: @sentedcruz

— Tari (@verytari) March 14, 2013

Feinstein’s attack on #TedCruz was arrogant and ignorant. Being in #Congress 20 years qualifies her for nothing.

— Mike Baer (@mrbaer) March 14, 2013

It’s humorous that Sen Feinstein calls herself reasonably well-educated. She demonstrates ignorance by the hour. #guncontrol

— Robert Wade (@RobertCFP) March 14, 2013

@sentedcruz Thank you senator for taking it to Sen. Feinstein, she is right about one thing she has been in the senate a long time, too long

— Pete (@apprazer54) March 14, 2013

CA’s DiFi tsk-tsked @sentedcruz by saying she’s been on the committee for 20 yrs. Yeah, that’s the problem, Senator Feinstein. Lost on her.

— Karen Townsend (@penguinponders) March 14, 2013

Feinstein saying “how many guns do you need?” reminds me of Obama saying “I mean, how much $ do you need?”.They just don’t get it. #freedom

— Gina Maria (@Ginabeans22) March 14, 2013

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/03/14/reasonably-well-educated-dianne-feinstein-tells-cnn-she-felt-patronized-by-ted-cruz/

Ann Romney to run for Senate? Haters start their engines

http://twitter.com/#!/JoshD925/status/297904833078390784

With John Kerry becoming Secretary of State, Republicans are hoping to pick up his senate seat.

@politics_pr Ann Romney running for Senate has to be one of the most ridiculous ideas ever.

— NancysLibrary (@nancyslibrary) February 3, 2013

One of the names that has been floated around is Ann Romney. Predictably, intolerant lefties began spewing hatred toward the former first lady of Massachusetts.

Yes, please let Lady Romney run for Senate in Massachusetts. I sooo want to see an encore of “I love you women!”

— David Pleasant (@dpleasant) February 3, 2013

Ha! Ann for elected office? She’s never worked a day in her life! RT“@drudge_report: ROMNEY FOR … SENATE? drudge.tw/11gFZc3

— HostileUrbanist (@HostileUrbanist) February 3, 2013

@terri_georgia OMG If there is a COMEDY god Tagg or Ann Romney WILL be elected for senate….THAT’S ATLEAST 50 YEARS OF LAUGHS TO COME

— JENNIFER X (@POKERATLSTYLE) February 3, 2013

@politics_pr Ann Romney running for Senate? Well, at least her doing so will help stimulate the economy! LOL! ~”Just Keeping it Real!”

— The Improv (@emouhon) February 3, 2013

Oh, please, please no! That would be a nightmare! RT @gophersgal: Ann or Tagg Romney for Senate? Say it isn’t so.

— Marc Mullendore (@MarcIntheOC) February 3, 2013

It’s just what they do.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/02/03/ann-romney-to-run-for-senate-haters-start-their-engines/