I was trying to tell my friend,
Shelbi, the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.
It got a little out of
"Jack went to trade the family cow for
money to buy food but on the way to the market, he ran into... I
don't know, Rumpelstiltskin, I guess. And he traded the
cow for magic beans. So Jack went home and showed the magic
beans to his mom and she was like, "You stupid idiot!
I'm hungry!!" and she threw the beans out the window.
The next morning, there was a giant beanstalk and Jack was all,
"Ooh! Imma climb that!" So he went up and there was a
golden goose--well, the goose wasn't golden. It laid golden
eggs--and oh, yea! There was a harp too!"
"Kristen, can we add a camel to the
"Sure, why not... So the golden goose
didn't want to leave the giant's castle because it's
best friend, the camel, was there. But Jack didn't want the
camel because it didn't lay golden eggs... Or any eggs for
that matter. So Jack continued to steal the harp and the golden
goose and the giant was like "Fee, fi, fo, fum!" and
the camel was like "Nooooo, best friend!" and Jack slid
down the beanstalk and became very rich."