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2nd Date - Chapter 18: A Real Boy2nd Date - Chapter 18: A Real Boy1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 18: A Real Boy
"Peter. Peter wake up."
Peter rolled his head. Wendy's fingers were in his hair. It felt good. But everything else…
Wendy's hand crossed his brow. Peter inhaled. Wendy smelled lovely. He hadn't noticed before.
"Peter?" Wendy shook his hand. "Peter? Are you awake?"
"I think so."
"Can you open your eyes?"
Peter tried. His lashes were stuck. Heavy.
"Um. Lemmie try…"
Peter lifted his arms. They were heavy. Everything was so heavy. Thickly he pried open his lids.
He was on the ground, laying quite unceremoniously on his back. Wendy was above him, fingers in his hair. Blurry figures hovered above her, one of which looked suspiciously like Captain Hook.
Peter squinted, trying to focus. Vision returning, he traced a line from Wendy's acorn necklace all the way to her lips.
Then, Peter understood.
Wendy peered. The faces over her became perplexed.
"Peter? I what?"
"You lied." Peter reached f
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Chapter 17: Dociousaliexpilisticfragicalirupes!
Mickey Mouse crossed his fingers.
"Oh boy. I sure hopes this works..."
The excitement was suffocating. For the first time – literally in forever – Mickey Mouse was opening the Magic Kingdom gates. For the first time, Disney World was spilling into the real world: not the other way around.
It was a big deal. And it was dangerous.
You see dear readers, you and I are personages of the real world. We pass unrestricted into Disney World and Disney Land, easily as if we were lapsing into our own imaginations. Our journey into fantasy is safe because our world is huge. It is very hard to get lost in Disney. We can always find our way back home.
But, this is not the case for Disney characters. Disney World is embedded in the real world. It was literally plucked from Mr. Walt Disney's imagination a
2nd Date-Ch16: Converse Sneakers Are Most Improper2nd Date-Ch16: Converse Sneakers Are Most Improper1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 16: Converse Sneakers Are Most Improper
"Pan." Jim nudged "Close your mouth."
Peter blinked. He blinked again. He shook his head, clearing the stars from his eyes.
Wendy looked…different. Edna Mode had magically donned her in a midnight blue sundress, of course with a bow. It was simple enough: knee length, shoulder straps, solid color, and snug waistline. If Peter saw the dress on a hanger, he wouldn't have looked twice. But on Wendy…
Peter looked down. He was levitating. Peter couldn't describe it, but looking at dressed-up Wendy was analogous to inhaling her magic lips. It blew balloons in his chest, making him excited and nervous at the same time.
Peter returned to Wendy. He was surprised. She looked scared.
And Wendy was scared. Terrified. She was terrified of the night's proceedings. She was terrified that Peter had not yet commented on her appearance, favorably or not. And she was terrified that Peter looked so…so…so…gro
2nd Date - Chapter 15: Meeting the Parents2nd Date - Chapter 15: Meeting the Parents1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 15: Meeting the Parents
Peter was fashionably late. So he rang the doorbell – twenty six times.
The knob jingled. The door opened. Peter was greeted by a St. Bernard. An angry, resentful St. Bernard.
Peter tipped his fedora.
Nana remembered Peter Pan, or as she called him 'The Unwelcomed Intruder That Is Not A Squirrel.' And if he planed to waltz into her home and steal her children again – well, well! Then Peter Pan had another thing coming!
Defensively, Nana sat on the threshold. She eyed Peter's shadow. Just try it weird flying thing that's not a squirrel. Just try.
Peter curled his toes. Shadow was still there. Good.
"Should I let myself in?" Peter lifted a foot, "Or are we still on bad terms?"
"Hey! Pan! Peter Pan!"
Peter looked over Nana. Flynn was beckoning from the hallway.
"Hurry up!" he hissed. "You're late!"
2nd Date - Chapter 14: EXTREME Makeover2nd Date - Chapter 14: EXTREME Makeover1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 14: EXTREME Makeover
It was finally date night!
And everyone was miserable.
"What are you talking about? What do you mean the glasses suck?"
Jim Hawkins glared at Edna Mode through black square-rimmed glasses. They had magically appeared with rest of Edna's design for his 'real world' outfit.
And Jim hated them. "It means they freaking suck."
Edna was personally insulted.
"It's called hipster, Dahling!"
Edna removed her own signature frames. "Look! I have the hipster glasses as well! Do I need them? HA! No! But you ask: why do I wear them?"
Edna donned her glasses. Haughtily she flipped her bob. "Because they are fabulous, Dahling!"
Jim rolled his eyes. "Hipster is so mainstream."
If Edna had a gun, she would have shot him.
"Mainstream? I? MAINSTREAM?"
Edna Mode was a fashion designer. Actually, she was an obsessive-compulsive s
2nd Date - Chapter 13: Evil Ain't Easy2nd Date - Chapter 13: Evil Ain't Easy1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 13: Evil Ain't Easy
"Well, as I squabble me eyes. What a lovely night. A restful change from this afternoon. I trust tomorrow there will be no more…unpleasantries."
Wendy scowled. She removed her arm from Captain Hook's.
"No more unpleasantries?" Wendy lifted her chin. "You will not be joining us then, Captain Hook?"
Wendy had hoped to be insulting. But Captain Hook merely laughed.
True to his word, Captain Hook had honored The Darling's contract. Following their parlay with Mickey Mouse, he escorted Wendy through the Magic Kingdom without the slightest disturbance from Peter Pan.
It was wonderful. Peter Pan had simply been erased. Wendy's magical contract repelled the boy like inset spray, resulting in a marvelous, pest-free day. It was the jolliest Captain Hook had been since making Wendy walk the plank. Why, he'd even graced a little boy with an autographed picture – not with the boy in it of course! It was a snap
2nd Date - Ch 12: Wendy, Wendi, Peter, and Pete2nd Date - Ch 12: Wendy, Wendi, Peter, and Pete1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 12: Wendy, Wendi, Peter, and Pete
"Hey! Oi! Princess! You want to go on a date?"
Giggles. "Sure prince charming! What will we do?"
"Um..." said Prince Phillip.
"Um..." said Prince Edward.
"Um..." said Shang.
"Um..." said Emperor Kuzco.
"Um..." said Beast.
"Um..." said Prince Aladdin.
"Um..." said Prince Charming.
"Um..." said every Disney gentleman and prince. They forgot. Asking for a date was the easy part: just grip your sword, strike a pose, and pray she accepts. But planning the date was another monster all together.
Unlike the Manly Bible of Manliness: The Bro Code, dating did not come with a manual. There were no rules, no guidelines, and no instructions. Their soul criteria had come from Prince Edward's initial description, and none of the Disney gentlemen were comfortable taking that to the bank.
In a moment of desperation, they begged for Mickey Mouse's help. However, Mickey had te
2nd Date - Chapter 11: Military Ball2nd Date - Chapter 11: Military Ball1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 11: Military Ball
Wendy was not having a pleasant Friday.
First, it was hot and overcast, much like her temper. Second, the fairies of the Pixie Hollow Exhibit would not stop pulling her hair. Third, Mr. Smee would not stop pulling her period. Fourth, she missed Peter Pan. Fifth, no matter how many times she tried, Wendy could not escape.
"Now, now." Mr. Smee wrestled Wendy back to the exhibit. Panting, he mopped his brow. "Now there's no need to fuss. Capn Hook – "
"Captain Hook!" Wendy huffed. "Is a vile, dreadful bully! And you should be ashamed to partake in his awful schemes, Mr. Smee!"
"Oh me!" Mr. Smee bumbled. "Don't speak poorly of the Capn! He's a right honest pirate, you know! And when he returns –"
"When Captain Hook returns – " Wendy informed him, "— I shant be here!"
"Now come, come now!" Pleadingly Mr. Smee took Wendy's arm. He struggled to restrain her. "Don't cause a bother, Miss! Capn Ho
2nd Date - Chapter 10: The Chaperone2nd Date - Chapter 10: The Chaperone1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 10: The Chaperone
"Caaaaaaan you repeat that again? Ya want Peter Pan…to what?"
Mickey was a busy Mouse. A remarkably busy mouse. As Mr. Walt Disney's successor, Mickey was responsible for the health of Disney World. This included scheduling daily shows, inducting new princesses, recycling leftover pixie dust, selecting movies from the Disney vault for DVD release, regular park appearances, ensuring the happily ever afters of every Disney character, and a boat load of paperwork. Why, he hardly had time to schmooze with Minnie (hardly, but he managed to pencil her in).
Since the 'date frenzy' Mickey now had to brainstorm a safe way to release his Disney characters into the wilds of Orlando Florida, with the added complication of Maleficent's curse on his hands! It hardly seemed fair.
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Chapter 9: First Base-ish-ish
Peter Pan was just a boy, but even he knew the number one rule in the universe: nothing mixes well with pirates! Pirates stink. Pirates smell. And pirates don't play nice.
Peter scoffed. Abruptly he spun.
"If those grownups think I'm going to give you to Captain Hook –" Peter wagged his finger. "—then they've got another thing coming, Wendy!"
Wendy hardly knew what to say. Thank you seemed inappropriate, and Please don't kill my parents seemed too dangerous an idea to put in Peter's head.
"Contract." Peter marched Wendy across Fantasyland, the northernmost sector of the Magic Kingdom. "Who's afraid of an ol' contract? Not me! Not you! Not anybody! Stupid grownups! Dirty, rotten codfish!"
Peter halted in front of a colorful building. The building had been built to resemble rows of jousting tents. Even at night the striped towe
2nd Date - Chapter 8: It's Called Cheating2nd Date - Chapter 8: It's Called Cheating1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 8: It's Called Cheating
Eric was a go-getter, full-steam-ahead kind of prince. Life presented challenges and Eric met them with logic in his left hand and reason in his right. He indulged in fantasy from time to time, especially when he was at lost for answers, but fundamentally Eric was a realist.
This persona made Eric the type of prince he was. The type of prince that took the helm of his own ship. The type of prince that refused marriage until he found the perfect girl. The type of prince that questioned gut instinct when it told him the voiceless beauty was the same girl that sang to him on a shipwrecked beach. The type of prince that skewered Ursula the seawitch in a moment of utter heroism. The type of prince that set a goal for happily ever after.
And the type of prince that did not want to go on a date.
"There's no reason for it, Ariel." Prince Eric said. "We're already living happily ever after. Why ruin it with a date?"
Ariel frowned. "Ruin it?"
2nd Date - Chapter 7: Compatibility Quiz2nd Date - Chapter 7: Compatibility Quiz1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 7: Compatibility Quiz
Of course, Peter thought he was clever. Sure Wendy played her part in the escape, magnificently in fact, but in the end who was the cleverest boy in the world? Peter Pan!
Peter was fantastically energized but Wendy was still rather distraught. Peter assumed that Captain Hook had flustered her, and consented that this was only natural. After all, Wendy was a girl and sometimes girls think too much. Peter told Wendy so, and she responded by chasing him in a game of tag. Peter won – of course – but by the end of the game Wendy was smiling. Peter was pleased: mission accomplished.
The game of tag must have been magical, because it lead Peter and Wendy to The Partners statue. The statue, depicting Mr. Walt Disney holding hands with Mickey Mouse, was one of Wendy's favorite spots in all the Magic Kingdom. She especially loved the statue's plaque inscription, and read it aloud.
"We believe in our i
2nd Date - Chapter 6: Scandalous2nd Date - Chapter 6: Scandalous1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 6: Scandalous
Peter Pan had wrestled crocodiles, thwarted Indians, resisted mermaids, raced pixies, battled pirates, and cut off the stinking hand of a Codfish.
But ugh! Wendy's parents were unconquerable!
"Get out!" Mr. Darling hurled Peter over the threshold. "And stay out!"
Peter reeled before hitting the walk. Rolling midair, he flipped onto his feet and marched right back to the Darling's door.
The Darlings lived alongside most of the fairytale characters – mini blue tiled towers behind Cinderella's Castle. Several residence peeked from their windows to watch the confrontation. Peter Pan was mad as a hot potato and stubborn as a bull. Sparks were going to fly.
Peter banged the door. "Hey! You forgot my hat!"
The door popped opened. Peter's hat smacked him in the face. The door slammed shut.
Peter banged the door again. "Hey!" he hollered, stuffing on his hat. "Now you forgot my Wendy! Give her back!"
"Arrest your vulgar language!" Mr. Darling bellowe
2nd Date- Chapter 5: Date Double, Double Trouble2nd Date- Chapter 5: Date Double, Double Trouble1 day ago in General Fiction
Chapter 5: Date Double, Double Trouble
Fireworks smashed behind Mickey Mouse. For a climactic moment the colors smoked into the sky, outlining Mickey's silhouette. Then –
POOF. Sparkle. Drizzle. Drizzle. Sparkle. POOF. Millions of balloons into the air…
"Thanks folks!" Mickey Mouse waved over the Disney characters. The played When You Wish Upon a Star as the last guests (three little fairy princesses) exited the Magic Kingdom. "See ya real soon!"
"Bye!" called the Disney company. "Sweet Dreams!"
"See you tomorrow!"
"Wish upon a star!"
"Annnnnd…" Mickey Mouse clapped his hands. The last firework fizzled. The final cymbal smashed. And Disney World was officially closed for the night. "That's a wrap! Hot dog everyone, that sure was swell!"
"Everyone in bed!" Minnie shooed princesses, fairies, and princes from Cinderella's Castle s
2nd Date - Chapter 4: Love is Blind2nd Date - Chapter 4: Love is Blind1 day ago in Fantasy
Wendy was livid, fit to be tide! How dare Tinkerbell tease her friends! How dare Tinkerbell steal her belongings! Furiously, Wendy laced her bow. But one step into the magical night air eased her agitation. Disney World was the happiest place on earth (aside from Disney Land). No one could be really unhappy. It was company policy. Plus, the children –
Wendy settled on a park bench. She smiled at the children, bouncing around in costumes, sparkling with excitement, waving at parade princesses, making their grownups feel less adult. This was the secret magic of Disney World – the children. Not the princesses, not the pixie dust, and not Cinderella's Castle. It was the children. They breathed life into the magic.
"Gonna be a long par