So I’ve been on a bit of a Frozen kick. I was listening to Fixer Upper and I just felt like doing that as my song. All I could imagine was the crew trying to fix up Franky with Robin except for Sanji because he wants every girl ever and he don’t get none. So I just couldn’t resist. “His peculiar brain, dear the thing with the reindeer is a little outside of nature’s laws” (I almost forgot about Franky’s little reindeer buddy.)
They’d broken it. He hadn’t even been doing anything wrong, hadn’t cheated at anything, hadn’t been showing off, and they’d broken it. Shugo gazed forlornly at the twisted and snapped hunk of parts and circuitry in his hands—it hadn’t been anything special. Just one of his projects. It was supposed to be a mareep, but that was before the jerks that liked to pick on him got their hands on it over lunch. Now it resembled a heap of scraps far more closely than it did a mareep. Shugo let out a long, suffering sigh. Story of his life.
Still, it shouldn’t be hard to fix, if he could find the right parts. A lot of the labs around that floor tended to be deserted during lunch, and Shugo also happened to know that a lot of them tended to be unlocked, as well. It wasn’t like anything ever went missing from them. Well… nothing anyone ever noticed, that was. And really, it wasn’t like he took a lot; just what he needed.
Smiling softly to himself, Shugo scurried a little quicker down the hall, eyes peeled for whichever door he could find that looked open. It wasn’t long until he found a promising candidate; door open not even a crack, but a bright light on underneath. Bingo. Eyes brightening, Shugo yanked the door wide open and prepared to strut inside and take whatever he needed, but stopped abruptly no more than a single step inside.
“Oh—um—” Someone was already inside, and while he couldn’t say for sure…. Well, they didn’t quite look like they were working in there. “Sorry,” he said carefully, “I thought the lab was empty, I, uh–didn’t mean to bother you.”
Imagine Merida and Elsa going to visit the trolls with Kristoff and Anna and they immediately pick up on the feelings between the Queen and the Princess and decide that another impromptu singalong marriage is in order:
(Edit: Now with extra lyrics)
What’s the issue dear?
Why are you holdin’ back from such a girl?
Is it the slouchy way she walks or the brazen way she talks?
Or the tangled, bedraggled messiness of her hair?
And though she scrubs up sort of well she’d
Rather slump and stuff her belly
But you’ll never meet a lass who’s as friendly or as fair!
So she’s a bit of a fixer-upper, so she’s got a few flaws
Like her animal nature, a temper to grate yer,
In a way that’ll drive you up the walls!
So she’s a bit of a fixer-upper, but this we’re certain of
You can fix this fixer-upper up with a little bit of love!
Merida: Please! Your making Elsa- both of us- very uncomfortable-
Is it the way that she runs wild, like an excitable young child,
Or that she once turned her Mum into a bear- what?
Are you holding back what you’re feeling cus her stubborness leaves you reeling?
But she can’t hide the good inside that proves she does care!
She’s just a bit of a fixer-upper, She’s impossible to tame
Now she isn’t pushing but her furious blushing,
Proves that you only fan the flame
So she’s a bit of a fixer-upper, but we know what to do
The way to fix up this fixer-upper is to fix her up with you!
Merida: ENOUGH! She is the Queen and she has duties to her kingdom!
So she’s a bit of a fixer-upper, that’s a minor pause
This little ‘Leadership’ is a only a small trip
And by the way, she makes the laws.
So she’s a bit of a fixer-upper and her feelings are all mixed
But once the Queen knows what she needs, the whole thing will be fixed!
We’re not saying we can change it, what people will say and do
We’re only saying that love’s a force that’s sure to get you through
People make bad choices when they don’t understand