pascal's adventures


Kingsman: The Golden Circle


So my friend and I let our Disney-dorkiness take over on Thursday and we visited the parks dressed as Peter Pan and Rapunzel. It was so much fun, the entire day people were stopping us and asking for pictures and giving us compliments. Brent Rivera and his friends even approached us and told us how much they loved our outfits! It was such a great day!


  • The Great Wall (Chinese: 长城) is a 2016 monster, action, supernatural, adventure film
  • Directed by Zhang Yimou
  • Written by Tony Gilroy, Doug Miro and Carlo Bernard. 
  • The US–China co-production stars Matt Damon, Jing Tian, Pedro Pascal, Willem Dafoe, and Andy Lau. 

After waiting 7 years for more adventures with Rapunzel, I must say I am quite a fan of Tangled: the series.

Quickie Modern AU I have to get out of my head before I write it in detail

Astrid is at a fair, and for fun, she’s dressed as Rapunzel. There’s no money in it, she just takes pictures with little kids for free. And she’s enjoying it.

So one little girl comes up to her, and she asks, “Are you and Eugene still having adventures?” with such hope in her eyes and inwardly Astrid decided that she HAS to make this little girl’s day.

So she kneels down and she says, “Of course we do! Just yesterday we had a whole adventure finding Pascal!”

And the little girl giggles, before asking, “And what about Eugene? Does he still steal?”

“Well,” Astrid responds, “not really. Although he sometimes steals my crown for fun. But don’t worry,“ she quickly explains when she sees the girl’s crestfallen look, “he always gives it back. It’s just for fun. In fact,” she says, “he has it right now. If you see him, can you tell him I need it back?”

The little girl nods excitedly, and Astrid smiles warmly as she runs off. The day goes on, but the little girl never leaves her mind.

So she’s about to get going when someone taps her shoulder. She turns around and sees a guy dresses up as Eugene, and he grins at her.

“I assume it’s your crown I stole? There aren’t any other Rapunzels here.”

He explains when he sees her confused expression. He tells her that a little girl wouldn’t stop telling him to give back Rapunzel’s crown, and he had to buy a plastic one and promise her he would give it to his wife so that the little girl’s mom could get her to budge.

And Astrid is blushing, and apologizing, and his grin widens.

“No need to be sorry. She was really adorable. And,” he raises the plastic crown and puts it on her head, “I did make her a promise.”

Astrid opens and closes her mouth a few times before finally getting over it. His name is Hiccup, he says, and she uses that as an excuse to grab a coffee together later.

The little girl sees them there together, and she smiles too.