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Strombolian eruption (Lava bubble bursting) on Stromboli Volcano, off the coast of Italy.

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One of the best youtube poops ever

Isle of the Lost Headcanons I

- The Headless Horseman lives on the Isle - although single, childless and alone. Not even his horse. And still without a head. I like to imagine him with a pot-belly.

- Madame Medusa’s pawn shop is located in the bazaar. It’s now a mother/daughter business with her daughter, Maggie.

- Jafar and Medusa are business rivals. Jay’s officially banned from the store.

- Medusa lives on her broken-down river boat with her daughter and their pet crocodiles.

- She and Cruella De Vil are heavy frenemies - although they’re delightful to eachother face-to-face, both complain about the other behind their backs; gifting each other rubbish they no longer want and stealing from each other when they come around each other’s houses.

- Her car, unlike Cruella’s, was repossed when she was banished to the Isle.

- Humbert the Huntsman (from Snow White) also resides on the Isle. Of course, the Evil Queen hates him. Anyone who wants to have her favour (not many) avoid him like the plague.

- He’s the laughing stock of the Queen’s ex-staff. All those who joined her in exile, that is.

- The man from Bambi lives in a small cottage in the woods away from the small town on the Isle. He’s never seen. You can hear his dogs howling in the night at the moon sometimes.

- Tamatoa lives down near the beach, near the docks. Although now he’s smaller, less threatening, and a lot less shiny. More like an annoying Sebastian.

- The Ringmaster and Stromboli are drinking buddies. They both complain about losing their ‘star-act’ and how their businesses failed after they’d gone. Stromboli regrets the cage. The Ringmaster regrets the firefighter clowns.

Stromboli is a type of turnover filled with various cheeses such as Mozzarella and Italian meats like Salami, Capocollo, and Bresaola or vegetables. Stromboli originated in Sicily, Southern Italy. Stromboli (Sicilian: Struògnuli) also is a small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily, containing 1 of the 3 active volcanoes in Italy. It’s 1 of the 8 Aeolian Islands. The volcano has erupted many times and is constantly active with minor eruptions, often visible from many points on the island and from the surrounding sea, giving rise to the island’s nickname “Lighthouse of the Mediterranean”.

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Boat view of Stromboli, the “Lighthouse of the Mediterranean”, constantly active volcano off the coast of Italy/Sicily