dollar folding

Reminder that this conversation happened.
  • Edgeworth: What is this festive-looking ornament?
  • Larry Butz: It reminds me of art class in grade school. We used to have a lot of fun decorating the classroom with origami. Remember?
  • Edgeworth: W-Well, I...
  • Larry Butz: Oh, yeah...You never were any good at it.
  • Gumshoe: Really?
  • Larry Butz: Yeah, this guy was so bad, he couldn't even fold a dollar, let alone a crane. Everyone tried to comfort him, but he would just sit there sobbing.
  • Gumshoe: Really? I never would have expected that.
  • Edgeworth: Be quiet already! I'll never forget the shame of that day! You want a crane! I can now make a perfect quarter-inch crane without a single flaw!

Anna volunteers to work the kissing booth at the carnival.

His palms are sweaty and he can’t stop touching the back of his head.

She sees him approaching the booth and her heart is beating out of her chest.

Kristoff shoves a folded five dollar bill in the donation jar and grins at her through his thick blond fringe.

She takes her gum out of her mouth.

He licks his lips and leans down.

They crash together and they both see stars. He’s gentle but firm and everything she hoped he would be. Her lips taste like Dr Pepper and he wants to taste more of her but it’s over too soon.

He’s walking on a cloud, away from the girl with the cherry mouth when he feels something tug on his sleeve. She’s beaming up at him, biting her lip. “So, would you believe I’ve never been on the Ferris wheel?”