Can you dunk a horse?”
“That’s the first point,” Elsa responded. “But there’s more.”
I love you to bits, and your body does make my toes tick. They keep me in a healthy and comfortable chair.
“What about?” Anna asked. “Does it feel like being a horse?”
“It sounds like a joke, but it’s actually true,” Elsa answered. “What I mean is, I can take a lot of weight off. I’m comfortable sitting and standing, I can walk a little, and I can do jumping jacks. My joints will be fine even after ten thousand pounds of body fat, and I can even ride a horse.”
Anna nodded, and then she noticed Elsa had begun to rub her thighs in the same fashion. It was definitely a move for attention, and there was nothing wrong with that. Elsa was a sweetheart, after all.
“I don’t have a lot of weight that I don’t lift, and I can use a lot of energy,” Elsa answered. “There’s a reason I never had to use the bed or the bathroom.”
“That’s good,” Anna said. “But aren’t you worried about being able to stand? I mean, you were standing next to me when you ducked to avoid being tackled, but you could easily have died if I’d been there instead.
“No, I don’t think so,” Elsa answered honestly. “I have a feeling there are some things I won’t be able to do, just because I’m not the right height.”
“I’m sure you’ll figure it out when you get to be ten feet tall,” Anna said.
Elsa closed her eyes for a moment and leaned her head back, a silent prayer that she could somehow find some way to escape the situation she was in.
Then a wave of anxiety overcame her.
“Um…what’s a horse?” she asked awkwardly.
“Well, it’s like a horse except it’s much bigger and much stronger,” Elsa responded sheepishly.
“Oh,” Anna said. “That’s actually a little cute, actually. I’ll bet you didn’t realize how big you’ve grown, and you don’t feel like a horse.”
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