"Anna?" Kristoff groaned, sitting in his living room chair. "I've been waiting for forever!"
"Oh, you don't know how long forever is!" Anne scolded. "Let me be in here FOREVER, you won't have the energy to whine like a baby!"
"Fine, I've been waiting here for a LONG time!"
"Why don't men understand?" Anna asked Rapunzel, behind the thin door.
"They just don't know how good they've got it!" Rapunzel giggled, curling her short brown locks.
"We don't know?" Flynn asked, unenthusiastic. "Uh, scuse me but I don't seem to think either of you have been living anywhere but a tower or a PALACE your whole lives."
"An unbelievably huge palace with a sister locked in her room 24/7 and servants who pretended to be your parents and never talked to you!"
"I had the opposite problem," Rapunzel sighed. "One mother, no one else, CRAMPED space for eighteen years. I didn't know what outside was!"
"Ok, why is it that every time I leave the room everyone here goes on some odd tirade about their past?" Elsa