Peter Pan - I have a question to people who have read and understood the original Peter Pan book very well. Showing 1-27 of 27Monty J Heying, Lea was specifically considering the *hypothetical* situation of being *able* to choose to never grow up in Never Never Land: “i would have never left neverland if i was wendy...” Therefore, being eaten, having children, and having no choice but to grow up dont enter into this particular question. Also, “the natural consequence” of maturity is NOT “having children” for a significant majority.
Anyway, there are other, arguably better, ways to contribute, especially given our severe overpopulation, which has led to an anthropogenic mass extinction event and horrifying loss of unique ecosystems and vast swaths of wilderness. ////Bunny kisses for all!
Peter Pan - Scene: Hidden Kiss
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Peter Pan is the protagonist of the Disney movie with the same name and is the love interest of Wendy. He is a boy, who lives in Neverland, and, "never grows up". Wendy has an obvious crush on Peter Pan. She even tries to kiss Peter out of gratitude, when he offers to take her and her brothers to Neverland. They all then happily fly to Neverland, and Wendy and Peter are shown to be holding hands at some point. Wendy also becomes very jealous, when she sees Tiger Lily flirting with Peter, with Peter enjoying the attention.
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Wahlberg rapped, stiffly but not without enthusiasm, while a pan-ethnic cadre of backup dancers broke their parents' hearts behind him. He took off his pants -- remember how that used to be one of our now most recognizable living actor's gimmicks, taking off his pants and rapping about being "drug free, so put the crack up"? After a wardrobe intermission, Wahlberg retook the stage wearing a bathrobe. He took it off and revealed himself to be wearing only Underage girls screamed. I left feeling perplexed -- why, if he'd already taken off his pants, did he have to put on new clothes only to take them off again? I felt the vibrations.
Her voice carried easily over the autumn wind as we flew above the confusion of lost boys, giggling girls, and parents trying desperately to remember. We were not flying very high, but the lights and people seemed so small and far away that, for the moment at least, the world below us looked like a miniature toy carnival. That's what it feels like! The wind turned her long hair into a ribbon of fiery gossamer, trailing out behind us. Moments later, we slowed, seats gently rocking into one another with creaks and groans as the great spider of machinery lowered its chain web of swings back to earth. She was as exhilarated as I was anxious. Then she twirled around, waving me to follow before skipping off on her tippy toed wings into the confusion of cotton candy.