I still maintain that the bears should have eaten Goldilocks.
At the Telegraph: Fairytales too scary for modern children, say parents.
On the one hand, I want to say, "Well, DUH. Yes. Fairytales are scary. Where have you all been?"
But on the other, I feel that some of the complaints are totally ridiculous. Like, parents don't like 'Jack and the Beanstalk' because it's "too unrealistic"? How do they feel about, like, all other fantasy stories?
Regardless, must have been a slow news day, as the whole article is basically a veiled plug for the British debut of Grimm.