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Family is forever

By QueenIdun

Humor / Other

Prank time

Chapter 1 

Queen Elsa of Arendelle quietly tip-toed down the halls as she made her way to the kitchen. Opening the doors to the kitchen, the thought of making hot chocolate for her sister and her parents came to her mind. Since she thought it was a nice thing to do for her parents but not Anna.

She searched through the cupboard for some chili powder. As soon as she found it she mixed all of it in Anna's hot chocolate. The sound of the dining room doors opening and closing and the sound of feet shuffling towards the kitchen alerted her attention of someone was coming. Elsa quickly and quietly put the chili powder back in the cupboard and stood in front of the hot chocolates just as the person walked through the door.

Elsa let out a sigh of relief as she saw Gerda walked through the doors to the kitchen. "Oh Gerda I thought it was someone else." "Anna?" Elsa nodded. "I just passed her room, still asleep. What are you doing in here?" "Making hot chocolate for Mama, Papa and Anna to say I forgive her for what happen two days ago." "Okay, I'm going to make breakfast, anything you need me to do Queen Elsa?"

"No formalities and yes I need you to do something for me. Could you bring these out with breakfast, the green cup is Anna's." "Alright Elsa." "Thanks. Now I have to go and get ready for the day." With that Elsa left to her room to get ready for a morning full of laughter. When Elsa was finished, she walked over to Anna's room and opened the door. Walking in, she found her sister tangled up in her bed sheets and her hair in a wild mess.

Elsa walked over to her sister and whispered in her ear, "Wake up Anna." "No." Anna mumbled back, "Give me two more hours." "Come on …please." Elsa begged in a childish voice. "Fine. One hour." Elsa walked over to the window and pulled the curtains apart, letting light fill the room. She heard a distant groan from Anna and saw her sink deeper into her bed sheets and cover her head with a pillow.

Elsa walked back to her and pulled the sheets off of her and sat next to her on the bed. It didn't last long though, as soon as Elsa sat on the bed, Anna kicked her off earning a loud 'ouch' from Elsa. Elsa got up and brushed a few stray strand of hair behind her ears. She turned around and make a few ice cube and stuffed it down Anna's nightgown. Anna's scream could've deafen Elsa if Anna didn't stop when she fell of the bed.

Anna peeked her head up from the side of the bed, seeing Elsa rolling on her bed with laughter. Anna rolled under her bed and popped up from the other side. "Anna?" Elsa heard no answer, "Anna, this isn't funny." She said a little worried. She looked over the edge of the bed and saw no signs of her sister. "Anna where are you?" Anna jumped on top of her sister, almost knocking the wind out of her. "This is for the ice."

"Would you please get off of me. Breakfast is in a few minutes." "Fine." Anna rolled off of her and started to get ready, once she was done she called to get up and come to breakfast. "Can't ." "What do you mean you can't?" "I can't feel my bones." "I don't mind jumping on you again." "Alright, I'm moving, I'm moving." They both walked through the halls towards the kitchen. They were greeted by their parents.

"Morning Mama, morning Papa." Elsa and Anna said in union. "Morning Elsa, Morning Anna." Agdar and Idun said together. They sat down and ate breakfast silently. Gerda brought out the hot chocolate and Elsa tried her best to keep a straight face while Anna took her hot chocolate. Anna took a sip and glanced at her sister who was trying to keep a straight face. "What's wrong Elsa?"

"N-nothing. I was just wondering… never mind." "Tell me." "I-I was just wondering if your hot chocolate W-was hot enough for you." "Yeah it's great." Anna gulped the whole thing down in one drink then her eyes went wide and she started panting. "Wa… wa…wa…wa." "What's wrong Anna?" Elsa asked, trying her best not to give her laughter away. "I…need…wa…" "A walk?" "No. Wa-"Wait, is it a walrus?" "No."

Anna continued panting, fanning her mouth with her hand in the process. "Well I'm parched, might as well drink a nice glass of refreshing water." Anna turned her head to see Elsa holding a cup which was made out of ice with water in it. Elsa was going to drink it when Anna grabbed it from her and gulped it down. Afterwards she started biting the cup. "What are you doing?" Anna shot Elsa a, what-do-you-think-I'm-doing look.

"Well there's a pitcher of water over here if you…" Anna threw the cup on the floor in which it shattered and grabbed the pitcher of water and drank it down. Agdar looked up from his papers at the sound of glass shattering. He glanced at Anna who was slightly wet while Elsa's face was red from who knows what. Agdar poked his wife, "Hmm?" He tilted his head to Anna and Elsa, she turned to face them.

"Elsa is everything alright?" Elsa opened her mouth to say something but she laughed it out instead. "Anna I-I'm…t-that was f-for st-st-st…" Elsa couldn't finish, she laughed until she couldn't anymore. She looked at Anna who glared daggers at her. "What was that for!" Anna shouted, her face still red from the chili powder. "Oh so two days ago was worse than this huh?"


*Two Days Ago*

Elsa just left lunch a few moments ago with Anna and her parents and was getting back to finish signing her papers. Anna heard her sister's feet coming towards her room, she dashed out of the room with a bottle in her hand. Elsa saw her sister bend the corner to her room. 'Must be a trip with Kristoff or either off to town again.' Elsa shrugged. She sat down and started picking reading them.

During that process, she knocked over a few papers which made her groan with frustration. Leaning over to pick it up, resting one hand on the table and the other to pick them up. Raising her hand from the table which by the way wasn't moving. Elsa got confused, attached her other hand onto her wrist and tried pulling it but it was no use. She stood up and tried again but no avail.

Getting on all fours on the desk she tried again but almost toppling over in the process and realizing that her both feet and her other hand was stuck to the desk. Again she tried and leaned over until her head was stuck to one of the papers. Elsa heard the sound of feet coming down the halls, 'Please don't come in my room…please.' She saw a pair of feet at the gap of her door. She saw the doorknob turn, revealing her mother.

Idun had her back turned to her, "Elsa, Anna wants to know if you…are…what happened to you?" "Oh a little problem with a desk which by the way I think was covered in glue." "Don't move, I'll go get Anna and your father." Idun shut the door and rushed to get them. "No worries, it's not like I'm going anywhere." Elsa lifted her head and tried again but leaned over again and got stuck to another paper.

"There goes the trademark to Icelandia." Elsa sighed. Moments later, Idun walked in with Anna and Agdar. "Alright how are we going to take you off of the desk? How about a crowbar?" "No!" "A shovel?" "No!" "A file?" "No!" "I'm running out of ideas here." "Well Papa, how 'bout Mama cut the desk?" "No way I'm cutting anything. Why don't you freeze the desk?" "My feet are stuck so no and my hands are aching so no aw well."

"Elsa you're being difficult, Agdar what about-Agdar? Where is your father? Anna where is your father?" "I dunno, I saw him ran out of the room but have no idea where he went." "Alright then." The sound of feet knocking against the wooden floor woke out of their train of thoughts. The door opened and Agdar stepped inside and walked towards the window. "What do you have behind your back?"

"A little something to help Elsa with her sticky situation." "I have a trademark and I have to get accustom to Icelandia's traditions, they even sent a letter on that which by the way are on my face." "Well Elsa, to get accustom to the kingdom's traditions you have to stick to it." Anna burst into a fit of giggle, "Get it, you have to stick to it and it is stuck to your face." "Not funny Anna." "I think you all should stand back."

"Why do you have a hose behind your back?" Idun whispered in Agdar's ear. "Water actually makes the glue wet and Elsa can get free of it. And in this scenario, her paper will get wet." "Papa I'm willing to take the chance at whatever you're going to do to free me." "Alright." He pulled the handle back on the hose, sending the water all over Elsa and on most of the papers. "What gives!" Elsa shouted, "This is the only way."

He turned off the water and Elsa got off the table and pulled the papers off her face. "Alright, I'm going to change and after that I'm going to ask who did it." Elsa went to the bathroom to change and she stood true to her word. After she changed out of her soaking wet gown, she sat on the bed with Anna. "So who did it?" "Don't look at me, I was sword fighting." Agdar said as everyone looked at him, "I was in town so no it wasn't me."

"Anna?" Anna fidgeted on the bed until she laughed. "What's so funny?" "Well let's see, first your hand got stuck to the table then you climbed up on it which results to your feet getting stuck to it as well. Let me guess, after that you fell over or more likely leaned over and one of Icelandia's trademark paper got stick to your face. Again you tried and got the traditions paper stuck to your face as well. The ideas we gave, you didn't want to do it. Then Papa decide to hose you down instead and it work so it concludes that your table had glue on it." 

Anna gave Elsa an innocent smile maybe a little to innocent, "Anna why are you smiling and how did you know that. Were you spying on me?" "No but for the record I glued your table." Anna started to giggle and burst out into laughter again. "So you decided to prank me?" "Yep and you got it good."

'Alright Anna if you could prank me and get away with it well I can prank you too and get away with it.'

*Present Day*

"Oh that, I'm sorry I ever did that to you. To show I'm sorry I want to give you a hug." Anna out stretched her two arms towards Elsa along showing her puppy face. "Fine." They hugged and Anna patted her back. They broke the hug and Elsa said, "Well I have a meeting to go. See you at lunch okay." Anna nodded and gave her a polite smile. Elsa turned around and left, what caught Agdar and Idun's attention was a piece of paper stuck to her back. On that paper wrote, 'I'm desperate for someone.' They were going to tell Elsa but Anna stopped them by shaking her head. All Anna know is that after that meeting is over, Elsa is going to dump her in snow but she had a plan.

"Mama, Papa, I'll be in town if you need me alright and don't tell Elsa." They nodded and watched Anna dashed out the door. Moments later they heard a loud scream for Anna through the halls. Elsa came barging in the dining room, "Where Anna?" "With the guards." "In the Armory." Agdar and Idun said as the same time, Elsa quirked a brow. "In the Armory with the guards, sword fighting." Idun finally said.

"She's in town isn't she?" "Yes." Agdar said defeated. "I am so gonna find you and when I do, I'll dump you in a pile of snow." Elsa stormed out, "Well that went well." Idun pushed him of his chair. "Ow. Want to meet Anna in town?" "Sure why not." Agdar and Idun walked out the dining room not even knowing Gerda and Kai was watching them the whole time. "This is one crazy family isn't it Kai?" "Yes it is."


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