Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Save the Haven .. The D!sney World Honeymoon!

Well, the number one thing that the D!sney Corporation does to stay in business is ..

.. try to keep people buying the product! Either get people to keep having more children, or there is another route. Drew doesn't like to be pregnant, so we went with route number two!

 Disney figures there is no need to control the male, as they are easy to manipulate anyway! Hence, Plan B here. Honestly, if you were on a honeymoon in Disney, and your brand new wife was horny all the time, You'd make sure she was well serviced. For their plan to work, you need the wife to be under their control .. Let's make babies and get you pregnant!

So here I figured that Drew's wife was strong enough to resist, though she couldn't articulate what the ears were trying to do to her. The male ears don't do anything, so it stops them from doing a body swap .. if I did this for someone like Feargas, I'd have more likely gone with a body swap.

Plan B of course is to make Drew become your literal Disney Princess, in this case, a spoiled rotten girl who wants everything, and gets it too! Adults buy lots of Disney crap too, and it's more expensive because there are so many more things that adults need than kids!

So, when this caption is posted, you have about 24 hours more to help Save the Haven if you are a captioner. I think with this caption and the other one I made, we are close to 75 percent of the goal of raising 400 dollars. Let's try to hit that goal and hit it hard!

When I was young, this was one of my favorite rides at Disney World because it was air conditioned, and we usually saw it right after lunch in Tomorrowland, which was also air conditioned. It was a chance to rest up before riding Space Mountain, Tea Cups, and Mr Toad's Wild Ride. At some point, they went back to the original song, "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" that was used during the 1964 World's Fair, but to me, the original song was the 2nd one, "Now is the Time" which I truly prefer because it's so catchy! I am sure the ride is too quaint for most kids, as the time line stretches further each year .. as its now .. turn of the 20th century, then 1920's, 1940's, and TODAY! Anywho, enjoy the song and the entire ride through with the wacky animatronics!

1 comment:

  1. OMG, I totally have a fantasy with doing a Disney Princess experience, so this is perfect. We're going in November, so I'll keep an eye out for those pink ears. :)