"Good morning, Elsa." Anna said with a yawn as she walked into the dining room. "What's for breakfast?"

"Oh, Anna," Elsa said. "How 'ICE of you to join me."

Anna stopped dead in her tracks. "….What?"

"Nothing, nothing." Elsa said with a wave of her hand. "Did you sleep well? I thought for sure you were going to sleep in."

Anna huffed. "Hey, I'm more responsible than that." She took her seat next to Elsa at the table.

"Really? That's not what ICY." Elsa said with a smirk. "After all you were late to breakfast. For a minute there I thought I was going to have to eat in ICE-solation."

Anna narrowed her eyes. "Elsa."

"Yes?" Elsa said innocently.

"What are you doing?"

"What ever do you mean, Anna?" Elsa chirped. "There' SNOW-thing out of the ordinary going on here."

Anna just stared at her. The look on her face was enough to make Elsa crack. She broke into a fit of unsophisticated laughter that lasted for at least 30 seconds.

Anna just smiled and shook her head. "You know, you give me a hard time about acting like a child, but ICY you're no better." She quipped.

Elsa snorted.

"So when did you start liking puns anyway?"

Elsa straightened up, ran a hand through her hair, and regained her queenly composure. "I was talking to your friend Kristoff the other day and he told me what an opportunity I was missing out on. You know, being the 'Snow Queen' and all."

Anna rolled her eyes. Her sister was poised and graceful and incredibly smart. And yet she had an affinity for cheesy puns. Unbelievable. Kind of adorable.

"So tell me, Anna, have you been keeping up with your studies, or have you been DRIFTing away?"

Kind of annoying.

"Elsa please, if you don't stop with those puns there will be HAIL to pay."

Elsa gasped. "Oh that was a good one. I've got to remember that."


"Alright, alright," She said in between giggles. "I'll let you finish your breakfast in peace."

"Thank you."

Moments passed.

"There was a ruffian running amok at the port last week," Elsa said. "Did you hear about it?"

"No," Anna said. "That's terrible! Nobody got hurt did they?"

"Luckily, no," Elsa said. "As a matter of fact, we brought him to just-ICE." She chuckled.

Anna stood up. "That's it, I'm done." She walked out of the room.

"Wh-hey wait, Anna! I'm sorry, I couldn't help it, wait!" Elsa called as she got up to follow her. "Don't give me the COLD SHOULDER!"