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Given my pick of the Disney princesses, I would:

Plow Snow White
Show Cinderella a real royal ball
Hit dat Sleeping Booty
Get some tail from Ariel
Get some leg from Ariel (for those not comfortable with inter-species dating)
Make the "beast with two backs" with Belle
Jism in Jasmine
Poke-ahontas
Mu-lan!
Mu-man! (Mulan dressed as a dude)

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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #225 on: March 05, 2012, 05:47:31 PM »
Forget the Princesses. I'll go with Shego from Kim Possible and Elisa Maza from Gargoyles.

Yeah, gotta say that if screwing cartoon characters was an option, Disney wouldn't be my first stop.
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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #226 on: March 05, 2012, 05:51:01 PM »
Both of those are still Disney though.

If we're going to spread this a little wider, I'll just say, she's Lindana and she wants to have fun (and apparently has a thing for English blokes*).


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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #227 on: March 05, 2012, 05:52:50 PM »
If we're going to spread this a little wider...

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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #228 on: March 05, 2012, 05:53:50 PM »
Ah yes, true.  Those wouldn't be the top on my list either, though.
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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #229 on: March 05, 2012, 05:55:52 PM »
As much as I adore this thread, I have to say that the title is giving me grammatical fits. It should be, "To Which Disney Princess Would You 'Give the Royal Scepter'?"
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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #230 on: March 05, 2012, 06:03:05 PM »
Mmmm Rapunzel.  I'm already writing my X-rated fan-fic in my head.
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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #231 on: March 05, 2012, 06:47:01 PM »
As much as I adore this thread, I have to say that the title is giving me grammatical fits. It should be, "To Which Disney Princess Would You 'Give the Royal Scepter'?"

Believe it or not, I actually labored over that stupid topic.  I ultimately dropped the "To" because, although clearly correct, it sounded a little unwieldy and high-class for a thread about humping drawings of teenagers.

That decision has haunted me ever since.

I've considered going back and renaming the thread, but that seems kind of silly after half a decade.  I think I'll just leave it out there, so that future generations may learn from my monumental shame.


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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #232 on: March 05, 2012, 06:52:38 PM »
So humble in a Tim Tebow sort of way


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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #233 on: March 05, 2012, 07:03:09 PM »
As much as I adore this thread, I have to say that the title is giving me grammatical fits. It should be, "To Which Disney Princess Would You 'Give the Royal Scepter'?"

Technically, you're right. Colloquially, English often omits the "to" in these kind of sentences.  E.g., "Give me the rope."  'me' there is clearly the indirect object, despite the fact that there's no preposition there to make it that way.  So we could also phrase this "Give the princess the scepter," and, while somewhat awkward, we know from context that "princess" is the indirect object (and the fact that English seems be inclined to put the indirect object first in these kinds of sentences, as I'm thinking of other examples--if we say 'give the boy the girl' or 'give the girl the boy' in both those the first one is the IO; on the other hand, Brits say 'give it me', so who knows).  Turning that into the question gives us this title.  That's one of the things that's nice about inflected languages--that information is contained in the form of the noun or pronoun in question, so there's never any ambiguity.

That said, I'd probably have done it your way.

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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #234 on: March 05, 2012, 07:05:39 PM »
I believe that the like function will be quite the godsend for Grammara. :)


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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #235 on: March 05, 2012, 07:25:55 PM »
As much as I adore this thread, I have to say that the title is giving me grammatical fits. It should be, "To Which Disney Princess Would You 'Give the Royal Scepter'?"

Technically, you're right. Colloquially, English often omits the "to" in these kind of sentences.  E.g., "Give me the rope."  'me' there is clearly the indirect object, despite the fact that there's no preposition there to make it that way.  So we could also phrase this "Give the princess the scepter," and, while somewhat awkward, we know from context that "princess" is the indirect object (and the fact that English seems be inclined to put the indirect object first in these kinds of sentences, as I'm thinking of other examples--if we say 'give the boy the girl' or 'give the girl the boy' in both those the first one is the IO; on the other hand, Brits say 'give it me', so who knows).  Turning that into the question gives us this title.  That's one of the things that's nice about inflected languages--that information is contained in the form of the noun or pronoun in question, so there's never any ambiguity.

That said, I'd probably have done it your way.

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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #236 on: March 05, 2012, 07:52:07 PM »
Sometimes I like to go find teenagers who draw, and I hump them while imagining that I'm humping the drawing of a teenager...

I love 14 year olds....

....BOYS!  Boys, I like teenage BOYS.  Whew, I'm not a perv or anything.... I just like boys.... Young ones.

Crisis averted.
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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #237 on: March 05, 2012, 07:54:43 PM »
Sometimes I like to go find teenagers who draw, and I hump them while imagining that I'm humping the drawing of a teenager...

I love 14 year olds....

....BOYS!  Boys, I like teenage BOYS.  Whew, I'm not a perv or anything.... I just like boys.... Young ones.

Crisis averted.



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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #238 on: March 05, 2012, 07:57:16 PM »
Hey, she said she was 16, but I could have sworn I could tell she was 22.
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Re: Which Disney Princess Would You "Give the Royal Scepter"?
« Reply #239 on: March 06, 2012, 02:14:09 AM »
As much as I adore this thread, I have to say that the title is giving me grammatical fits. It should be, "To Which Disney Princess Would You 'Give the Royal Scepter'?"

Technically, you're right. Colloquially, English often omits the "to" in these kind of sentences.  E.g., "Give me the rope."  'me' there is clearly the indirect object, despite the fact that there's no preposition there to make it that way.  So we could also phrase this "Give the princess the scepter," and, while somewhat awkward, we know from context that "princess" is the indirect object (and the fact that English seems be inclined to put the indirect object first in these kinds of sentences, as I'm thinking of other examples--if we say 'give the boy the girl' or 'give the girl the boy' in both those the first one is the IO; on the other hand, Brits say 'give it me', so who knows).  Turning that into the question gives us this title.  That's one of the things that's nice about inflected languages--that information is contained in the form of the noun or pronoun in question, so there's never any ambiguity.

That said, I'd probably have done it your way.

Saaaaaay.

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Let's just hope you're not his Disney princess.