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I know, probably not allowed but... [Jun. 19th, 2006|01:17 pm]
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Seeing as there's so few... chil'lins hanging around...

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02 Jasmine
05 Tiger Lily (Lauren Masiello, the Peter Pan musical)
20 The Jazz Singer (1927)

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Tiger Lily icons at top of the page, well, right after the Princess Jasmine. Loads fairly quickly so you can just snag those and go without waiting for the Jazz Singer.

I usually hate it when you have to go to someone's journal to get an icon, but I'm lazy today.

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Posted at my LJ and the Aladdin community, agrabah, http://community.livejournal.com/agrabah

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Oh! And here's some food for thought, looking at another post, who are the pirates and the Indians in the "real world"? Were the pirates really that cruel? Is the tribe all one nation, or is it a combination? What is Neverland? Different peoples dreams occuring at once? Purgatory? What happens when you die in Neverland?
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[User Picture]From: broadwaypoetez
2006-08-09 02:43 am (UTC)
"As for what is Neverland - he describes it as a dream place that seems to exist for every child, but is different for every child."

I know, I remember reading it, but that concept confused me. Michael dreamed of lagoons flying over flamingos, where was that? But all of the children's main fantasies blended together, the pirate and the Indian adventures, (and, well, Wendy became a mother and received her wolf pup.)

So, if I were to fly with my brothers, what exactly would be there? Star Wars, a forest, Disneyland all mixed together, or some inner child fantasy that we all share?

(Sorry it that's a little incoherent, I just came back from a week-long trip in Vermont.)

Hmm, what's Peter, then? The Eternal Youth that guided children when they died. Is he a part of everyone's dream, or does he exist in reality, sleeping somewhere and having elaborate time-travel dreams where the fantasy never ends because the dreams are so insane?

(And I just confused myself right there.)
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