Wednesday, April 21, 2010

4/21 - 6 impossible things I believed before breakfast

  1. Though the details of how it was used are lost, The Glass Slipper was a torture device used to punish those women who attempted to seduce (or were accused of trying to seduce) members of the royal family.
  2. Paul Bunyan and Babe live secretly on a Mediterranean island until which time they can return and openly express their love.
  3. George Porgie is Patient Zero for Mononucleosis.
  4. Excalibur has been held protected by a mysterious order whose current membership includes Sting. He leaves clues in his songs for the one true Arthur to find the sword (Bottom of a dark Scottish lake).
  5. The Little Engine That Could never did due to a crippling bout of agoraphobia.
  6. Prince Charming was originally known as Viscount Cranborne, but changed it to escape his evil previous wife Lady Blanche Gascoyne-Cecil.

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