LOVED THE POST! The importance of plotting a novel in visual form - all the right pieces in all the wrong places ;)
I have the same problem!
hehehe I loved this movie ;)
Hahahaha. I totally get that sometimes ;)
OMG!!!! I rewound that scene over and over again the first time I saw that movie. My side hurt for a month! Thanks for posting the link-you totally made my Thanksgiving week.Keep being awesome!
That is one of my favorite movies. So. Cheesy. But they made it work.
Thanks for a little bit of brightness on a Tuesday morning!
I've never seen the film but I loved this clip in the trailer and in fact had to search it down on youtube this weekend because I wanted to see it so much. Thanks for sharing!
Bahaha! I'm with you. That never gets old.
My kids play-fight sometimes like that - making their arms all short and barely bendable. It's hilarious.
That clip makes me crack up too. I almost went out to watch the movie for this scene alone, but my roommate placated me by making a gif of it. Haha.
tee hee. So funny!Happy Thanksgiving, bestie!
That movie was fantastic! And I laughed so hard on that scene.
Haven't seen that before - LOVE it!! :)
hahaha so cute. and I loved your tag! off to eat a crayon now... teheh. and I thought I was the only twenty-something who still watched kids movies for fun ;)
I was all prepared to express my sympathy for any horrible deformities that you had...and then I realized it was about the clip. Now I'm not sure what to say except...I loved that movie.lolHave a great Thanksgiving!
I LOVE this scene! Haha!
OMG the moment I saw the title of this post I burst out laughing. My child and my spouse have been repeating this, complete with little hand gestures, for years and it never, ever gets old."and I'm just not sure how well this plan was thought through...Master!?!"I love random Disney references *happy sigh* Heck, I am a random Disney reference.~bru
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