Shrek dating game scene
(They come over a hill and you can see Shrek's cottage.) Whoa! It's amazing what you've done with such a modest budget. We can stay up late, swappin' manly stories, and in the mornin' I'm makin' waffles. I mean, I don't know you, and you don't know me, so I guess outside is best, you know. I had strong gases leaking out of my butt that day. Shrek turns and regards Donkey for a moment before roaring very loudly. You almost burned the hair outta my nose, just like the time...(Shrek covers his mouth but Donkey continues to talk, so Shrek removes his hand.) ..I ate some rotten berries. (singing) 'Cause I'm all alone, There's no one here beside me, My problems have all gone, There's no one to deride me, But you gotta have faith...
DONKEY (looks all the way up at Shrek) Uh ...really tall? One of her legs flies out and kicks Tinkerbell out of Peter Pan's hands, and her cage drops on Donkey's head. The guards grab the old woman and she struggles with them. "Grab your torch and pitchforks." Doesn't that bother you?
You got that kind of I-don't-care-what-nobody-thinks-of-me thing. SHREK Written by William Steig & Ted Elliott SHREK Once upon a time there was a lovely princess.