Hidden Secrets of the Magic Kingdom

22 Nov

Tweedledum had his heart set on donning the outfit since the first time his Peppo and Poppo took him to Disneyland.

Tweedledee fell into the job when he got canned from his carny job by a jealous fellow ride-jock.

Tweedledum loved to watch the Kids of the Kingdom sing.  He’d try out, if only he didn’t have such a froggy voice.

Tweedledee was hot for a Kids of the Kingdom girl, until she started making noise about getting serious.

Tweedledum tried hard to figure out how to get the boys and girls to laugh at his antics.  He always seemed to be a beat or two behind.  He seldom got asked for his autograph.

Tweedledee  tried hard to avoid any of the guests unless they were cute co-eds.  Not that the costume was a big draw.  But he heard that Mickey did very well for himself after-hours, in spite of his height deficit.

Tweedledum was a neat-freak.  He spent hours making sure that there were no ketchup, mustard, or taffy apple stains on his collar.

Tweedledum always got to work ten minutes early. That way he could switch his messed up looking collar with the carefully laundered collar of his dumb-bunny partner.

But other than that they were pretty much exactly the same. Like Tweedledum and Tweedledee.

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