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  • A former Peter Pan

    Yeah... just saw a former Peter Pan from DL in a production of The Full Monty... don't worry, he wasn't one of the guys going the Full Monty, he was the gay stripper who gives them the idea :P


    And yes, he did a great job
    Last edited by demento57; 09-24-2006, 12:08 AM.
    “Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you walk into an open sewer and die.” ~ Mel Brooks



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    omg

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      So from Peter Pan to Tinker Bell?

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        ORWEN: So, let a cauldron girl get this straight--no pun intended. Is this a topic about how Peter Pan finally grew up to be a stripper? Or is it supposed to be a topic about how easy it is for straight men to be led astray by a fairy? I'm confused...

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          I am shocked! Shocked at the implication that some of our friends that play characters in the park might actually be gay!

          Next you'll be telling me that Micky Mouse is just a small woman in a costume!
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            WHAT?! Gays at Disneyland? Cripes, why don't they just give them their own day or something.

            But in all seriousness, did a great job. Took me a couple minutes to realise he looked familiar... then I had an idea who it was... then checked the program and sure enough.
            “Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you walk into an open sewer and die.” ~ Mel Brooks


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              lol dont hate on the full monty! its a good musical...and its not surprising that someone who played peter pan would be a performer especially if he was in fantasmic or something! and just because he plays gay doesnt mean he is....but just the fact that hes in a musical kinda makes the percentage of straightness pretty low....i should know....ahhh *sigh*

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                Re: A former Peter Pan

                Originally posted by BigThunder View Post
                Next you'll be telling me that Micky Mouse is just a small woman in a costume!

                OMG what a coincidence. I was just telling my hubby this same exact thing. He could'nt belive it!! My one true love is a woman.:lmao: He kinda thought that was a turn on!! Typical guy!! J/K:lol:


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                  Re: A former Peter Pan

                  Originally posted by demento57 View Post
                  ...just saw a former Peter Pan from DL in a production of The Full Monty...
                  How was the production, I love that movie!!

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                    The production was great. However, the actor playing the lead is a great actor, just wasn't his part. In no way did he look or act like a former rugid steel worker.
                    “Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you walk into an open sewer and die.” ~ Mel Brooks


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