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Princesses on ice

Disney on Ice: More fun than you can shake a $12 snow cone at. That should be the new slogan. While we love Disney on Ice, I use my discount card from my mom's Fort Worth Star-Telegram subscription to buy the half-price tickets to the show. I couldn't afford to go otherwise. Plus, I always buy souvenirs and snacks at the dollar store or Wal Mart and take in my backpack to deliver to my children when they see the other kids with their stupid hats (that will either be discarded in a day or broken in two days) that come with the $12 cotton candy.
But, I digress. Princesses on Ice came to town this spring and I had to take Stinkerbelle. Pickle even came along for the ride since he likes the skating and, of course, there are princesesses. That means hot chicks in tight outfits skating around showing their legs and asses. What better show for a 12-year-old boy? Stinkerbelle is quite a fan of Ariel, which makes me happy since she's my favorite princess, too.
Of course, skating Ariel was hot. But, I loved Flounder, too.

Beauty and the Beast is another of my favorite Disney movies. Lumiere was one of my favorite characters.
Stinkerbelle is a giant fan of Mickey and Minnie, too. How horrible is Minnie's dress, by the way? Ewww. I do recommend taking your kids to Disney on Ice when it comes to town. It can be lots of fun and it can be economical if you find the bargain tickets and get your own 88-cent glow in the dark bracelet or necklace at WalMart to take with you.


  • At 6:29 AM, May 31, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Stinkerbelle's cousin loved Disney on Ice, too! I was one of those parents you commented on that buy their kids $12 crowns with cotton candy attached. In my defense I rarely if ever buy stuff at the shows but the other 6 girl scouts in our group bought the crowns and cotton candy so I felt suckered into it, too. At least our tickets were free (sponsor for our troop paid for them). It was a great show!


  • At 9:59 AM, May 31, 2007, Blogger Jenny B said…

    My husband used to work for the company that produces Disney on Ice so we got to go to all the shows for free even though we don't have kids. I agree that it's fun and the stuff is overpriced, but it's worth it. Glad you enjoyed it!

  • At 10:04 PM, August 28, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Comment on Minnie's gaudy costume... It is said that one of the main designers of Mick and Min's outfits is also designs for Las Vegas showgirls.

    Think about it, do you honestly think Mickey look butch at all in HIS outfit? Last time I saw a suit like that, I think it was on Liberache.


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