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- Mickey Mouse
Aladdin (1992) - Favourite Scenes
AU: A Prince and A Street Mouse
Almas kept her grip on the man’s hand as they scurried off for their escape, taking a turn into down empty alleyway and into the bottom floor of a vacant home. Her chest heaved a little as she allowed herself to catch her breath; they hadn’t been running for too long compared to what she did almost every day, but she wasn’t used to having someone tagging along.
“Huh, what I did back there? It was nothing,” she answered, waving a hand. “You have to be pretty quick on your feet as well as quick witted around people like that guy, heh.” She had to grin, seeing how handsome her companion looked as he laughed at the situation. “And I gotta say, you did pretty well, ‘brother’.” Her grin grew even wider at the nickname then let out a laugh herself. “That doctor line with the camel? That- That was classic.”
Abu rushed in with an arm full of apples and dripping jewelry before running behind Almas and peeking out a window to check if the coast was clear. The little monkey slouched up against the wall with a sigh of relief once he was sure everything was all right. Almas only shook her head at her friend. It was only then that she realized that she was still holding the guy’s hand, which made her pull away all of a sudden, using the excuse to pocket a few of Abu’s apples so he wouldn’t be so burdened by it.
“Had any breakfast by the way?” She asked, pulling out a small pouch from her pocket and flicking up a coin.
As she spoke, Jasim noticed she was still holding on to his hand, which he realized he didn’t seem to mind. Her hand was small but strong in his and was somewhat comforting.
"Why thank you sis, I do what I can.” He laughed with her, rolling his free hand above his head and bending his neck in an imitation of a ridiculous bow. It was at this moment the little monkey ran in bursting with stolen items. The prince wasn’t sure how he felt about this, but this girl had just saved his life, so who was he to judge? It was also at this time that she dropped his hand and he noticed how long they had been holding them. His cheeks flushed a little at the thought, but he shook it off. He knew he never had to return to the palace, but old rules and traditions are hard to forget. Though, it was strange, this new feeling of freedom, he really could do anything he wanted to. What a strange idea, it was so new to the royal he hardly knew where to begin. Perhaps this girl could show him a thing or two about the city.
"Huh?" Jasim had been lost in thought, but when his stomach rumbled, rather loudly, he shrugged, a little bashful. "No, I, uh, I guess I haven’t."
AU: A Prince and A Street Mouse
Jasim stayed on the ground mumbling anything that would come to his head to the monkey. “You are wise and graceful dear Sultana, you lead Agrabah with serenity and mercy! Please, if I could only have a few coins?” Peeking up, he saw the strange girl conversing with the seller and smiled. She was like no one he’d ever met before, so smart and quick witted. Noticing her attention back on him, he quickly bend his head back down, doing his best to keep up the act.
He felt small hands on him, helping him off the ground. Strong too... As he stood, he kept a dazed look on his face as the girl led him off to see the “doctor.” Seeing a camel, he couldn’t help but continue the farce. Pausing, he tilted his head and looked the creature straight on, ”Well hello doctor, how are you?”
It sort of surprised her how easily it was for her to push the guy away, but she continued to keep up the act as they headed in the other direction. Almas stole another glance over he shoulder at the vendor, who seemed to be shooting daggers with his glare as he continued to hold the apple.
Her “brother” stopped all of a sudden, catching her off guard as she almost ran into him. As the guy started speaking to the camel in her path, she blinked a few times in surprise as he droned off in a dazed voice, calling the animal the doctor she had just mentioned. It took her a lot of effort to not die on the spot out of laughter; instead she gritted her teeth to hold back the grin and forced out into his ear as she pushed him forward, “No, no, no. Not that one.” She looked away for a moment at Abu and motioned with her head, “Come on, Sultana.”
The monkey noted the call and continued to play his part as well, giving a grand bow before exalting. Unfortunately, all of his spoils of apples, coins, and jewelry that he managed to stuff into his vest spilled out onto the street, causing him to shriek in horror about all his hard work gone to waste. This caused everyone to look, including the apple seller who had returned his attention back to his cart for a moment. Almas quickly grabbed her companion’s hand to lead him away as she heard the familiar voice of the vendor calling, “Come back here, you little thieves!”
The prince let the girl lead him away from the scene, doing his best not to break character. He really was enjoying this ruse and thought his companion to be quite unlike any girl he’d ever met. He turned when the girl addressed the monkey and gulped when he saw the start of another disaster. Before he could react, the girl grabbed his hand and began running away from the scene.
Jasim could help but laugh at the situation, how had he even gotten here? It was almost too much and when they rounded the corner, he had to stop running to double over and laugh.
Wiping a tear from his eye the young man spoke to his rescuer. “I mean, did you see his face?! I thought he was going to explode right on the spot!” It was at this point that Jasim looked up and really saw the girl before him. She was quite stunning, her brown eyes working with her mouth to create a mischievous look that seemed to be a permanent fixture on her tan face. He admired the way the red scarf wrapped gracefully around her head, framed her strong features. This girl was really something. Shaking his head, Jasim stood, composing himself. “That was definitely an adventure I was not expecting. Where did you learn to defend yourself like that?”