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It Feels Like Christmas

Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by theprawncracker, Dec 14, 2005.

  1. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    Chapter 1: A Cup of Kindness That We Share With Each Other

    "Yep, right over there guys, no! Over there! Not by the window! No! Over there! By the-" a craking noise is heard. "Lawn chair," Scooter sighed. He turned around and shook his head.

    Sweetums hopped over trying to pull the lawn chair off his foot. "Sorry 'bout that," he grunted.

    Scooter sighed and scribbled something on his clipboard. "That's ok Sweetums, at least the snowman survived," Scooter turned to Sweetums.

    "I wouldn't count on it," Sweetums pointed to an inflated inflatable snowman on the ground where Pepe and Rizzo the Rat were standing.

    "So you see Pepe, that's why you don't eat the yellow snow," Rizzo told the prawn.

    "Si, si," Pepe nodded. "But what about dis perfectly white lump of snow here? Can jou eat dat snow?" Pepe asked Rizzo.

    Rizzo rubbed his hands together and smacked his lips. "You sure can! This snow here is grade A my crustacean friend!" Rizzo said as he sunk his teeth into the inflated snowman. Air started to leak out and the snowman and Rizzo both were sent flying through the air.

    "Good grief," Scooter smacked his head.

    "Ah!!" Rizzo screamed as he flew through the air. "I hate these Christmas specials!!"

    Scooter shook his head and crossed something on the list off. Meanwhile, the snowman ran out of air and crashed into a pile of snow in the front yard of the Muppet boarding house.

    Sweetums laughed as he pulled the lawn chair off his foot, he started to walk away and threw the chair behind him. It landed right on top of the deflated snowman.

    Scooter sighed and started to walk over to where Rizzo lay. "I sure hope Kermit's having better luck than I am," Scooter said.


    The truth was, Kermit was having better luck than Scooter, which was a real surprise considering the current company he had at the Muppet Theater.

    "Beauregard," George the Janitor called. "Make sure we don't blow a fuse!"

    Beaureard stood at the circuit box and scratched his head. "Is that like blowing out a candle?" he asked.

    Clifford put a plug into an outlet and a whole string of multi-colored lights turned on above the stage. "No man, it's like-oh never mind," Clifford sighed. He turned around and looked at the rest of the theater.

    A fully trimmed Christmas tree sat in the middle of the theater where Uncle Deadly topped it off with a star on top, while above the doors some rats hung garlen. "Man, this is gonna be our best Christmas show ever," Clifford smiled.

    Kermit walked out onto the stage and looked at the decorations, even the balcony had a wreath hanging in the middle of it. "Wow guys, it looks great," Kermit smiled. "Keep it up."

    Clifford laughed and gave the frog a thumb's up. "No problem Kerm, you just go perfect that script of yours aight?"

    Kermit laughed. "I'll do that Cliff," Kermit said. But as he walked back to his desk backstage he realized that this would be one of their first shows without Jerry writing the script. He shook the thought from his head, no time for that now.

    He took his place behind his desk again and began writing some more. It was no sooner than he began doing that, when The Great Gonzo came running up to him.

    "Kermit! Kermit! Kermit!" Gonzo cried.

    Kermit sighed and shook his head, he knew that this would be Gonzo's eighth attempt to convince Kermit to let him do a stunt in the Christmas show.

    "What is it now Gonzo?" Kermit asked him.

    "I just wanted to say, merry Christmas," Gonzo said.

    Kermit did a double take. "What? No 'This stunt will be great all I need is 479 pounds of lime gelatin and a porcupine?'"

    "Of course! I just wanted to soften you up first, so Kermit, can I do a stunt in the Christmas show? All I need are a partridge in a pear tree, two turtle doves, three French hens, four calling birds, five golden rings, six geese a-laying, seven swans a-swimming, eight maids a milking, nine lords a-leaping, ten ladies dancing, eleven pipers piping, and twelve drummers drumming!" Gonzo said in one breath.

    Kermit scrunched up his face. "Gonzo I really don't think our budget can handle that-" Kermit started to say.

    "Well I could cut back! Take anything but the French hens!" Gonzo said.

    Kermit shook his head. "No Gonzo! There's no room for your stunt in the Christmas show!" Kermit yelled.

    Gonzo held open his mouth. "Well why didn't you tell me that the first time?!" He snapped. "I spent all that time coming up with new stunt ideas just for you to shoot me down after the seventh-"

    "Eighth," Kermit corrected him.

    "-time I ask you?!" Gonzo shouted. "I thought you liked me Kermit! But I guess if you did you would've told me that the first time I asked," Gonzo crossed his arms and turned his back to Kermit.

    Kermit sighed. "Gonzo," he said.

    "What?" Gonzo asked reluctantly.

    "You can have a stunt in the show," Kermit told him.

    Gonzo turned around. "Yes! Thanks Kermit!" Gonzo said before running upstairs into a dressing room. "Hey Sal I told you I could get Kermit to give in just like Piggy does!" he said from inside.

    "Sheesh," Kermit sighed as he continued to write the script. He coughed a few times. "What the hey? I better not be coming down with something," Kermit though, but he let the thought slide, and returned to his writing.
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  2. Fraggleforever

    Fraggleforever New Member

    Awesome. Simply awesome. Poor Kermit, I hope that he isn't coming down with something. Can't wait for more. I wonder what stunt that Gonzo is going to attempt.
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  3. TogetherAgain

    TogetherAgain Well-Known Member

    Let's see.... how many times have I laughed so far........ <starts counting on fingers> <runs out of fingers>

    Lemme tell ya, prawnie, my parents are listening to/ watching a stand up comedian downstairs, and I laughed harder, louder, and more frequently than they did while reading this chapter. Excellent, well done as usual, And as always.... MORE PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!
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  4. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Yea! A Christmas story! I wish I had time to write a Christmas story! Oh well, in the meantime, I'll just enjoy yours! And it was really funny too! I especially liked Gonzo's needing every single thing from the 12 Days of Christmas. Too funny!
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  5. Fragglemuppet

    Fragglemuppet Well-Known Member

    It certainly does feel like Christmas with all these new fanfics! As for Kermit though, forgive me for seeming unsympathetic, but I think after nearly being shot, and then being blown up, a slight caugh is nothing much. Then again, there is Beth C.'s story... But I'm rambling.
    Great story, congradulations on starting a Christmas story, and please write more as soon as you can!
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  6. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    I like it! I like it! I like it! I leak!

    Wait...that was totally wrong.

    I like it! There. Done.

    Volla! Or as they say in Spain: "Well done!"
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  7. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    Chapter 2: Going Home and Getting Warm by the Fire

    Kermit put the script inside a vanilla envilope. He sealed it and stuck it underneath his arm. He walked out onto the stage and saw the decorations. Clifford and the others had added lights, stars, garlen, tinsel, wreathes, holly, and even mistletoe all throughout the theater.

    Clifford saw Kermit walk onto the stage. "Well Kerm, whadaya think?"

    Kermit smiled. "It looks great Cliff," Kermit told the co-host. "But now, it's time to lock up and head home."

    "It's about time!" one of the garlen hanging rats said. "We've been working all day with only lunch breaks!"

    The other laughed. "Notice the plural Stan uses there, heh, we've had four lunch breaks each!"

    "Shut up Louie!" Stan hit Louie in the stomach.

    Kermit scrunched up his face. "I wonder if it would be bad of me to hire an exterminator," Kermit sighed to himself.

    George walked by Kermit carrying a broom. "Isn't that why you hired Beauregard?"


    Kermit, Gonzo, Clifford, Stan, Louie, George, and Beauregard all walked out of the theater doors. Gonzo rubbed his mittened hands together, he could see his breath as he spoke. "Well Kermit, only one more week til Christmas," Gonzo told the frog.

    Kermit pulled out a key from his coat pocket and locked the theater door. "There's magic in the air this evening, magic in the air," Kermit began to sing. He smiled at the others and they nodded and smiled back. They all started walking down the sidewalk home to the boarding house.

    "The world is at her best, you know,
    When people love and care."

    Gonzo hopped up on the back of a park bench and walked along it. "The promise of excitement, is one the night will keep," he sang.

    "After all there's only one more week til Christmas," they all sang together.

    "The world has got a smile today," Stan sang.

    "The world has got a glow," Louie followed.

    They walked past Beth's Clock Shop, they looked through the frosty window and they saw a tall woman waving to them as she swept up the shop.

    "There's no such thing as stranger when,
    A stranger says hello," Clifford sang.

    "And everyone is family, we're having so much fun," George continued.

    "After all there's only one more week til Christmas."

    "Tis the season to be jolly and joyous," Kermit sang loudly.
    "With a burst of pleasure we feel it arive!"

    "Tis the season when the saint's can employ us," Gonzo put his arm around Kermit's shoulders.
    "To spread the news about peace and to keep love alive!"

    They came to a large Christmas tree in the middle of the square. It was decked to the top with ornaments and tinsel. At the bottom of the tree a group of carolers sang their celebrational song,
    "There's something in the wind today,
    "That's good for everyone."

    "Yes faith is in our hearts today," Beauregard sang.

    "It's shining like the sun," Kermit continued.
    "And everyone can feel it, the feeling's running deep."

    "After all there's only one more sleep til Christmas."

    They walked up to the front lawn of the boarding house, all the Muppets were in awe at the beautifully decorated lawn. The lights were shining bright, and Clifford put his sunglasses back on.

    Stan and Louie sniffed the air. "Dinner!" they both said at once. They ran inside tripping once or twice on the icy stairs.

    George and Beau both walked in toether, with Clifford following close behind.

    Gonzo stayed back with Kermit and stared at the decorations. Gonzo looked up in the sky, the sky was clear, he saw the star, it flew from the left and landed at the right, he smiled. He knew that it was his star, and he knew Kermit's must be close behind, so he ran to the side of the house and unplugged the lights.

    Kermit looked into the air. His star flew from the right and landed at the left. He grinned. "After all there's only one more week til Christmas, day..." he let his voice trail off into the night.

    Gonzo walked back over to the frog. "Merry Christmas Kermit," Gonzo grabbed his shoulder again and looked back up at the sky.

    "Merry Christmas Gonzo."
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  8. TogetherAgain

    TogetherAgain Well-Known Member

    THE STARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Oh prawnie it's so AWESOME!!!!! I LOVE THE STARS!!!!!!!!!! The whole freaking chapter is so AWESOME!!!!!!!! You know how much I LOVE AND ADORE that song!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <hugs> ...<<<<<hugs>>>>> ......<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<HUGS!>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
  9. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Kudos Widdle Pwanie Foo Foo (I gotta stop saying that), KUDOS! I LOVE how everyone sings "One More Week Till Christmas". Keep it up!
  10. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Beth's Clock Shop returns! I'm in the story again!!!! Woo-hoo! Ok, I'll stop going on about that, I really enjoyed the whole chapter, especially the song, but I was so excited to see that lovely little reference again. Looking forward to more! I just love Christmas Muppet stories!
  11. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    Chapter 3: It Is The Season of The Heart

    Robin sat in the tall red armchair in his space ship pajamas. He sat quietly drinking hot chocolate from a rainbow mug. Rowlf, Rizzo, and Pepe sat on the couch flipping through the channels on the remote.

    "Aw Rowlf go back it was a beef comercial!" Rizzo told Rowlf through a full mouth of gingerbread cookies, while Rowlf was clicking the remote.

    "No no go to de 'America's Next Model!' Hokay? Very sexy women on dat one," Pepe said.

    Rowlf smirked at Pepe. "We have a five year old in the room," he told the prawn.

    "Si, but jour cinco en dog jears. Hokay? Dat's like 35 or something in people jears," Pepe said.

    Rowlf rolled his eyes. "But hey," Rizzo said. "We're not really people either, I mean we're not human bein's," he said.

    "Si, I'm a king prawn, he's a dog, and he's a frog, and jour a rat," Scooter walked in from the kitchen and listened in on the conversation, "and Scooper's a-" Pepe stopped. "Hey, what is Scooper anyway?"

    "He's the band's road manager!" Rowlf said.

    "No, no," Rizzo laughed. "He's a gopher! Get it? Gopher! Ha ha!"

    "Very funny guys," Scooter said.

    The front door opened and Gonzo and Kermit walked in, Kermit covered his mouth as he coughed a few times.

    Robin quickly sat his rainbow mug down on the coffee table and ran towards them. "Uncle Kermit! Uncle Kermit!" the young frog cried as he ran toward his uncle.

    Kermit caught the frog in his arms and squeezed him tight. "Welcome home Robin," Kermit said.

    Robin smiled. "Thanks Uncle Kermit," he said.

    "Did you have fun with your dad and cousins and aunts and uncles at the swamp?" Kermit asked as he hung his scarf on the coat rack.

    Robin nodded. "Yeah I sure did! Aunt Maggie told me to tell you that she beat your record at dragonfly pizza eating at Jerry's restaraunt, and dad said to keep up the good work on the show, and that he's sorry he couldn't make it for the Christmas show this year, and grandpa says to keep your clump close to you, whatever that means," Robin said.

    Gonzo had walked over to Rowlf and the others, "What is it with frogs and clumps? Wouldn't you think they'd go to the hospital and have them removed?"

    Kermit patted his nephew's head. "Well shouldn't you be off to bed now Robin?" Kermit asked.

    Robin sighed. "I suppose, goodnight Uncle Kermit, goodnight everybody!"

    Robin was greeted with a chorus of goodnights as he climbed up the stairs and sat on his bed in his room. He gazed up into the star studded sky. He let out a deep sigh. His family was still broken up, and this would be their first Christmas apart. Robin sniffed, he wiped his nose with his hand and sighed.

    "Where are you Christmas?
    Why can't I find you?
    Why have you gone away?
    Where is the laughter,
    You used to bring me?
    Why can't I hear music play?" Robin sang to himself. His thoughts drifted to the year they all spent Christmas at Fozzie's mother's farm. He glanced at his desk, the small pink pebble sat next to a red ruby. His mind was reminded of Grover returning the Fraggle Pebble to him the Christmas after that.

    "My world is changing,
    I'm rearanging,
    Does that mean Christmas changes to?" he let a tear fall on the floor as he thought of his mom and dad spending Christmas without each other.

    "Where are you Christmas?
    Do you remember,
    The one you used to know?
    I'm not the same one,
    See what time's done.
    Is that why you have let me go?" he turned his attention away from the sky and let his head fall on the pillow.

    Kermit walked upstairs wanting to tuck Robin in for bed, when he heard the soft singing, he stuck his head in the doorway and listened.

    "Christmas is here,
    Everywhere, oh,
    Christmas is here,
    If you care, oh,"

    Kermit stepped in the room and sat on the bed next to Robin.

    "If there is love in your heart and your mind,
    You will feel like Christmas all the time," Kermit sang softly.

    Robin smiled at his uncle, he knew where Christmas was, it was with his uncle, and Sweetums, and Rowlf, and Gonzo, and Scooter, and Miss Piggy, and everyone else.

    "I feel you Christmas," both frogs harmonized.
    "I know I've found you,
    You never fade away,
    The joy of Christmas,
    Stays here inside us,
    Fills each heart with love."

    "Where are you Christmas?" Robin sang alone.
    "Fill your heart with love."

    Kermit hugged his nephew. "I know how you feel Robin, I remember my first Christmas without friends, but it'll all be ok, just remember, you have family here too. We're all here for you Robin. I love you Robin."

    Robin nodded. "I love you too Uncle Kermit," Robin smiled. "Thanks," he hugged his uncle one more time, then drifted off to dreamland.
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  12. Fragglemuppet

    Fragglemuppet Well-Known Member

    Oh yes, so do I! I havee to tell you though, although I love Gonzo, and I know he has a deeper side that can't bbe ignored, it is somewhat uncomfortable for the reader, or viewer in the case of MFS. At least if the reader or viewer is me, that is. So when Gonzo was pointing out his and Kermit's stars, My thought was, "get Gonzo out of this scene, quick!" Don't think this means I don't like the story though! It's still great! Just out of curiosity, whare did the star idea come from, anyway? I know Lisa has mentioned it in at least one of her stories.
    Well now that I have made a vary long, and probably too honest post, I will end by saying, keep up the good work!
  13. TogetherAgain

    TogetherAgain Well-Known Member

    Aw, it's a Robin chapter! He's sitting drinking hot chocolate out of a mug with rainbows on it... <blink> <looks at now empty hot chocolate mug> <it has rainbows on it> Hm, curious...

    Of course I love all the comedy, poor Scooter getting teased, and none of us are really humans... Ah, lovely!

    And about this paragraph.

    Prawnie? You so totally rock. Aunt Maggie competing with Uncle Kermit! Jerry's! Dad! Grandpa! YOUR CLUMP! Oy I love it so much it's insane! ...er, wait, no I'm insane. Insane A. Sylum. Nice to meet you, how you doing... oh, right, the chapter!

    Oh!!!! Wow! Total shift of tone, and poor Robin... oh poor Robin... oh... <hugs approximately Robin-sized teddy bear>

    <sniff> Oh Robin!

    And then Kermit comes in... and they sing... and... oh...

    Ohhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!! Prawnie, this is sooooooo awesome... Oh, I hug it! And you! And Robin! <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<HUG>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
  14. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Oh this was such a sweet little chapter. I love Robin. He's so innocent and sweet. The "Where Are You Christmas" song was so appropriate and perfect I can't even describe it. Rowlf, Pepe and Rizzo were hilarious too! And nice touch adding a little reference to Lisa's story! I love it! Can't wait to see more although I'll be away for the weekend so I won't get to read it again until Sunday.
  15. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    Heh, don't worry Beth, I'm gone for the weekend too, so you people shouldn't expect any this weekend. :p
  16. ryhoyarbie

    ryhoyarbie Well-Known Member

    Great stuff. Great stuff indeed. Keep up the good work.

  17. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Wow! Clumps removed!!! Beauregard singing! Gonzo walking on the bench! (a little VMC hint there I feel).Robin withouthis aprents! Cute! Sad! Stars! Lunch Breaks!!!

    Tooo many good things to number!!!
  18. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    Chapter 4: It's All the Ways That We Show Love

    "Mail call!" Clifford hollered through the house as he walked into the dining room.

    The room bustled with Muppets eating and talking, but they all quieted down when Clifford came in with the mail. "Beau here's one for you man!"

    Beauregard took the letter from Clifford. "This letter will blow up in 30 seconds," he read. He scratched his head, "why do things never blow sideways?" he shook his head and walked off into the kitchen.

    "Yo Gonzo, here's some mail for you!" Clifford called. "Gonzo?" he looked around the room. "Where is-"

    An explosion was heard from the kitchen and Gonzo and two penguins were hurled out of the kitchen onto the table. "Wha ha ha!" Gonzo cried in excitement. "Beau gets the coolest letters!"

    Kermit sighed and returned to his morning paper. Clifford shook his head, "whatever man, but here you go dude, the new Christmas issue of 'Insanity Fair' is here, and it looks like a Christmas card from your family too," Clifford handed them both to Gonzo.

    Gonzo smiled and hopped up off the table. "Neat!" he took the mail from Clifford and walked out.

    Clifford sorted through the mail, "What the- Who here gets 'Victoria's Secret?'" Clifford asked.

    The Muppets turned their heads and stared at Janice. She looked at them all as well. "Like what? It's not mine," she said.

    They turned their heads to Annie Sue, she shook her head, "Well man," Floyd Pepper said. "It's not like it's Piggy's, she couldn't fit into that stuff!" The Muppets all laughed.

    "Aight man," Clifford said. "Guess I'll just toss it out," he said.

    "Holjourhorses!" Pepe said in one breath. "It could be a misprint maybe? And besides, it's much more helpful for the environment to recycle t'ings like dis. Hokay? So alow me, Pepe, to recycle dis for jou," he grabbed the magazine and ran off.

    "Good grief," Kermit sighed. He coughed a few times causing a few heads to turn towards him, but he ignored it and returned to the paper.

    Clifford set aside a pile for himself, "Hey Dr. Teeth, your new issue of 'Rolling Stone' got in!"

    "Outta sight," Dr. Teeth said as he grabbed the magazine.

    Fozzie sat straight up. "That reminds me of this great joke! Ok, so a frog walks into a bank-" he began.

    "It's a nick-nack Patty Wack give the frog a loan! His old man is a Rolling Stone!" Statler shouted from the living room.

    "As if we haven't heard that joke enough," Waldorf said.

    "I think it's worse every time!"

    "Do ho ho ho!" they both laughed.

    Fozzie sighed, "It's not my fault, I don't write these things," he said.

    "Eh," Rizzo said walking behind Fozzie's chair. "Musta' been Gags Beasly."

    Clifford held out the last letter. "Yo Piggy, letters for you!" Clifford called. The rest of the Muppets looked around, "Piggy?"

    Kermit looked up from his paper. "She must not be up yet, after all it is a Monday, she sleeps in on Monday," he lowered his head again.

    "Man she sleeps in every day! But we all know she needs her beauty sleep!" Floyd said. The rest of the Muppets laughed.

    Kermit chuckled lightly. "That must be why most of her doctor's recomend tweleve hours of sleep," Kermit said, but he was surprised when no one else laughed.

    "Uh Kermit," Rowlf pointed to the door behind him.

    He scrunched up his face. "She's standing right behind me isn't she?"

    "HIYA!" was all Kermit heard before he felt his body fly out the open back door into a pile of snow.

    Kermit sat up and rubbed his head. "I suppose I hopped right into that one didn't I?"

    Back inside Piggy snatched her letters from Clifford. "It must be moi's ahem," she flashed the letter in the other's faces. "Plane ticket to France," she smiled. "Au revoir amigos," she said as she walked up the stairs to a desk.

    Bean Bunny walked up behind the rolling chair as she opened a letter. She pulled out a piece of paper and read it. "WHAT?!" she screamed as she pushed the chair back, knocking over Bean. "Jury duty? Moi cannot have jury duty! Not this week!" she tore open the other letter and pulled out a plane ticket. "Not on the same day my flight for France leaves!"

    Bean hobbled up and rubbed his head. "Oh my adorable little head," he moaned.

    Piggy shot up and looked straight ahead. "Oh Bean dear, would vous do a teeny weeny favor for moi?" she asked him innocently.

    "Sure Miss Piggy," Bean smiled. "Whatever you need," he said.

    She muttered "yes" under her breath. "Well, it's very simple Beany dear, all moi needs vous to do is take this," she handed him her drivers liscense, "and on Friday, all you have to do is go to the adorable little court house and be part of a jury!" she smiled.

    Bean held the drivers liscense. He stared at her. "Is it a cute jury?" he asked.

    "Oh oh of course!" Piggy lied. "Full of flowers, and duckies, and adorable little seats for you all to sit in!"

    Bean stared. Piggy laughed lightly. "Alright I'll do it!" Bean said.

    Piggy exhaled deeply. "Thank you dear, you've been most helpful," she hopped off the chair, accidentaly kicked Bean, and returned to her room with her plane ticket in hand.
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  19. Fragglemuppet

    Fragglemuppet Well-Known Member

    Flowers and duckies, hmm? How cute, but do you think Bean could pass for Miss Piggy?
  20. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    It's all part of my master plan! MWoO ha ha ha! :crazy:

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