Dear Queen Elsa,
I just found out that the only way to stop your ice curse is to perform an act of true love. Since the kingdom was frozen for a few days, I guess that means no one in Arendelle truly loves each other.
Okay, I can live with that. But what I can't live with is the fact that I've had your ice curse my whole life. For as long as I can remember, I've had that white streak in my hair. Since you never got rid of it until just now, that means you never loved me until just now.
That's pretty messed up, Elsa. I thought I was your sister. I thought I meant something to you. But no, the only time you ever loved me is when I died. I talked to my friend, Princess Rapunzel--she's the one with the same personality and facial structure as me--and she agrees. You should have loved me long before my death, the way I always loved you, no matter what.
Rapunzel also says it's weird that you built an ice castle in the middle of nowhere. I mean, you had that big musical number about how you're "letting it go" and giving up your former life of isolation. And what do you do next? You isolate yourself from everyone else. Seriously, how was that in any way different from what you did before? You just moved from one palace of isolation to another.
Actually, it's more like a palace of ice-olation. Get it? Cause it was made out of ice! I'm so clever.
Which leads me to another thing. Your ice powers are amazing, Elsa. You can literally make whatever you want to, just by thinking about it! You've made a palace, living snow creatures, a cocktail dress which shows way too much leg for someone living in below zero temperatures, and...that's it. Why don't you make something else? You could make something useful which helps everyone, like snowmen that do everyone's work for them, or free food and shelter for homeless people. You can make food out of nothing, right? I bet you can. You couldn't have survived in your snow palace without food.
Anyway, I just wanted to get that off my chest. I still love you, Elsa. I'm just a little miffed that you don't seem to love me back. Please let me know that I'm wrong!
At the very least, I'm still glad about everything that happened. Not only has it brought us closer together, but I learned an extremely valuable lesson: a woman doesn't need a man to make her happy. What a great lesson! Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a date with Kristoff, my new boyfriend.
PS. I don't know if anyone thought of this, but the snow would have melted on its own, in a week. So don't start thinking your ice powers are impossible to stop, because they're not!