A true Calvin and Hobbes lover!
In The Little Mermaid, Ariel has a habit of swimming up to the surface, despite her father’s repeated warnings of danger. But Eric is on a boat that gets wrecked and almost drowns. Ariel saves his life. She’s in love with him and wants him to fall in love with her. Problem is, he’s human and can’t survive underwater, and she’s merfolk and can’t survive on land. The evil Ursula says that she can make Ariel human for three days. To stay human, Eric must fall in love with Ariel and kiss her in love. But as collateral, Ariel must give up her voice. This makes falling in love difficult because Eric does not recognize Ariel without her voice because she sang to him. If Ariel can’t get him to fall in love, then she owns Ariel as one of her creatures that looks like seaweed. Of course, that’s what Ursula really wants. So she tries to thwart the plans by making her look similar to Ariel and using her voice and Eric plans to marry her. But then all the sea animals and birds disrupt the wedding and they get Ariel’s voice necklace from Ursula and release Ariel’s voice back to her. But it’s too late. Just as Eric is trying to kiss her, she turns back to a mermaid. Ursula starts to turn her into one of her creatures, but her father stops her. He gives his life in exchange for Ariel’s but then Ursula gets his Trident giving her power over the merfolk. She becomes gia-normous but then a huge war ensues. Eric eventually kills Ursula and all her seaweed creatures turn back to merfolk, including her father. In the end, her father sees just how much Ariel loves Eric and makes her human. Ariel and Eric get married and they live happily ever after!
Actually, my Grumpy Cat book has a recipe for a litter box cake. It looks good, but I haven’t tried it.
Enough already! ENOUGH!!!!
Funny, once upon a time we had a deacon at our church named Richard Parker.
OMG, please make it stop! Although it was funny, I started at the top and went counter-clockwise and before I even got to the comment about The Dark Crystal, that movie actually came to mind! I got it thru my Netflix recently.
The last secret of Fatima isn’t a secret anymore. It was made known in 2000.
I’d say she should never use makeup again!
I hear Earnestine gave the kid coffee starting at age three and the caffeine stunted his growth. He’s actually 32 years old and a successful corporate executive.