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Ackbar's Adventures: Kinder Egg

For those of you who are friends with me on facebook, you might have already seen this series.  But, I thought it would be fun to make it into a post so you could see all the pictures at once.

Adm. Ackbar: They've been banned, Lizzie, but we got one! We got one!!!

Adm. Ackbar: Don't just sit there! Help me get the wrapper off!

Lizzie: I'm helping!

Adm. Ackbar: Good job, Lizzie! You broke through!

Adm. Ackbar: Here, have some chocolate.

Adm. Ackbar: Let's open it up! What do you think is inside, Lizzie?

Lizzie: Whatever it is, it's pretty packed in there, Admiral... I'm afraid...

Adm. Ackbar: Uhhh... wtf is this?
Lizzie: I'm not sure, Admiral...


 Lizzie: We should at least look at the instruction manual.  Hmm, it says "Magic" in the corner.
Adm Ackbar: Yeah, I think we need some for this to not be a piece of crap.

Adm Ackbar: Blow, Lizzie! At least we'll follow the instructions and see what this dumb thing really is.

Adm Ackbar: There are no words...
Lizzie: How about we eat the rest of the chocolate?


 Adm Ackbar: Kinder Egg defeated us again, Lizzie...
Lizzie: I dunno, I think we put up a pretty good fight.  ::burp::

Lizzie: These are not the toys you're looking for...

Adm Ackbar: I am your father...
Lizzie: No. No. It's not true! 

Adm Ackbar: Look, Lizzie! I'm Violet Beauregarde!


Aaaaand... scene...

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