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Jafar had a fettish
• Posted by: Aladdin fanatic
• Date: Monday, April 28, 2003, at 6:34 a.m.
• IP Address: ip26.84.blca.blazenet.net

Music was fine, but on to more pressing concerns:
I wonder what type of metal the bounding shackles and chains were made of that were attached to Aladdin when Jafar's ruthless thugs bound and gagged him and cast him into the sea? My guess is lead. I wonder how frightened Aladdin was when all that was going on? I wonder if Jasmine ever found out about that? I'm beginning to think Jafar had a fettish for drowning people, in "Aladdin" he tried drowning Aladdin and in "Return of Jafar" he tried drowning Avis Ma (probably didn't spell that correctly).




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