Are you ready for Fun and Games with Jenners? We can always count on Jenners to entertain us with her creative games over at Life With A Little One and More. Here are Jenners' guidelines for this game: In this game, the challenge is to retell a fairy tale or nursery rhyme using modern pop culture references. This can be as loosely defined as you want. Perhaps you want to retell the story of Cinderella using the Kardashian sisters. Or how about Little Red Riding Hood featuring Bella and Jacob from Twilight? The possibilities are endless.
Remember the fairy tale about the three billy goats gruff and the grumpy, hungry troll? Here is my attempt to change this fairy tale storyline with a bit of sarcasm thrown in.
The Three Billy Goat Comedians
Once upon a time in a faraway place desperate for witty one liners, there lived three goat comedians who knew how to make a princess blush or a giant giggle as they jumped around the Fairy Tale Comedy Circuit. On one particularly breezy Saturday afternoon, they were happily heading to Jokey Jester's to try and win a pot of gold in an open mike contest. Unfortunately, there was only one way to get to the comedy club. They would have to face the aggressive advances of Trollaphina, the husband hunting drooling troll who guarded the bridge. Poor Trollaphina didn't have the softest approach when meeting potential suitors. She hoped that her bikini body would excite some interest.
The Seinfeld Goat warily approached the bridge as Trollaphina checked him out.
Trollaphina: Hello there, handsome funny man. Do you want to come across my little bridge?"
Seinfeld Goat: Isn't that what a bridge is for?
Trollaphina: I will let you walk on by if you promise to take me to the comedy club as your date. I won't bite. Well maybe after the show. (She snorts a laugh.)
Seinfeld Goat: I can tell that you have a hunger for a more exotic goat than me. I just make observations all day. Wait for the next comedian goat that is coming this way. He's got a flashy smile and two movie deals.
Trollaphina: Well, I do like the idea of starring in a movie. Okay, go over the bridge.
The next goat comedian, Chris Rock Goat, almost falls over when he sees the gyrating Trollaphina.
Trollaphina: Do you like my fancy dance? Wouldn't I be great in your movie?
Chris Rock Goat: Did your Mama hook up with the Big, Bad Wolf? You're one hairy, freaky lady!
Trollaphina: I like how you flirt with me. Take me to the show and I'll let you over my bridge.
Chris Rock Goat: You know my religion won't let me do that whole inter species dating thing. The next comedian coming up the lane is your guy. I heard that he has some out of this world ideas and would love to improv with you on stage. He likes the wild side.
Trollaphina: Oooh! A wild, funny man. That is just my type. Go along over the bridge.
Robin Williams Goat is too busy having a conversation with himself and three other characters that he doesn't notice Trollaphina when she hooks his arm as he gets close to the bridge.
Trollaphina: Your goat friends told me that you would like a wild, earthy girl like me. Let's run away together after the show and hit the road. Sorry, that a little drool just dripped on your arm.
Robin Williams Goat: Whoa, hold on. I think I would rather take my chances with Cinderella's evil stepmother. She at least knows how to groom herself.
Trollaphina: Don't be so mean. Let me give you a smooch and I'll show you that I'm your type.
Robin Williams Goat: (shrugs his shoulders) Okay. I've done worse things.
Trollaphina grabs Robin Williams Goat and plants a huge, slobbering kiss right on him. It turns out that Robin Williams Goat actually started enjoying the kiss. Poor Trollaphina, not used to receiving any real affection, instantly disintegrated into a pile of ashes. Trolls are definitely unlucky in love.
Robin Williams Goat: (steps over the "pile" of Trollaphina) Hey guys wait up! I've got some great new material. I think I'll add a Troll to my personality improvs.
Hope you all enjoyed my little tale today!