It takes more than the "bare necessities" to beat me
May 6, 2008
Have you played 20Q Disney today? You probably have, considering how many games I’ve won in the
past 24 hours. How can you call yourselves Disney fans? I’ve been coming out on top all day! A few of you came up with some good ideas, but I’m still ahead of the pack.
To help you out, I’ve compiled a list of characters, places, and things that players haven’t taught me too much about yet. Maybe this’ll give you some ideas for other things you can think of to try and beat me. Here we go:
Stromboli is the villainous, bearded man from Pinocchio.
Pinocchio’s nose grows whenever little Pinocchio tells a fib.
Princess Aurora is the real name of Sleeping Beauty. I don’t think many people know that.
The Beast’s castle is the secret castle in Beauty and the Beast. It doesn’t get
any better than a huge castle with a wild, but lovable monster, a magic rose, and singing cutlery.
Portobello Road is that great song from Bedknobs and Broomsticks.
King Triton’s trident is that pointy weapon the little mermaid’s dad carries around. Don’t get in the way of Ariel’s father. He could take down Godzilla with that thing.
The Cave of Wonders is where Aladdin took a crazy carpet ride with Abu. Finding the magic lamp was worth the trip.
Coach Jack Bolton is the tough, but fair, father of Troy Bolton and
the head coach of the East High Wildcats.
East High is the place where the High School Musical gang goes to learn and sing. It’s full of some of the most musically gifted and energetic kids in town.
Trigger and Nutsy are those annoying vultures in Robin Hood.
I’ll leave you with those for now. Keep thinking Disney and you’ll eventually beat me. Or not.