Fuzzy’s Fractured Fairy Tales Spells Bad News For Donald Duck and Daisy
ANNOUNCER – It’s time to listen to one of our favorite magical stories. Well, sort of. It’s Fuzzy’s Fractured Fairy Tales on the WDHA Morning Jolt.
FUZZY – Good morning boys and girls and welcome to another fun-filled fracturing episode. For today’s story, we have another Disney character, Donald Duck Takes Flight.
One day, Donald Duck wanted to surprise Daisy by flying her on an old-fashioned airplane. And being in the show-off that he is, he wanted to impress her with some fancy tricks.
I’ve got a bad feeling about this.
DONALD – Hey Daisy, watch me through a loop-the-loop in the air. You’re gonna love this.
DAISY – But Donald, we just ate lunch at the sushi bistro. If you want me to give you a whole new meaning for the word seafood, please stop. I don’t think this is a wise idea.
FUZZY – As Donald ignored Daisy’s warning and performed a loop-the-loop in the air, she suddenly regurgitated and refunded her meal all over Donald. But now there’s another problem – the plane stalled out.
DAISY – Oh dear, this is the last time I’ll order fluke for lunch for this whole flight is a fluke.
DONALD – Ahh, Daisy, I think we got a problem. We’re going down when we should be going up.
DAISY – That’s your opinion, Donald. Better they get on dry land so I could properly b**** slap you across the beak.
FUZZY – As the plane descended, Donald spotted an island where they could land. Which is good news. The bad news is the land is inhabited by a hungry Tasmanian devil.
Sucks to be you.
TAZ – Me hungry for duck, me cooked up roasted duck marinated in orange glaze with a glass of
sardine yum yum.
DONALD – All this excitement is making me hungry again, but I think duck tastes gamey. What do you say Daisy?
DAISY – Suit yourself. I agree with the Tasmanian devil. Roasted Donald duck sounds really good about now.
FUZZY – Well this was a treat, a special guest appearance by the Tasmanian devil. And it didn’t surprise me Daisy sold out Donald as the main course. Who could blame her?
I’ll toast to that.