Princess Julie Andrews von Trapp
“Uppercut! Yeah, the uppercut!!”
Known as the "Austrian Singing Princess", Princess Julie Andrews von Trapp is a world famous yodeler and inventor of the musical scale. Married to Walt Disney, in her later years she lived in a house made entirely from Musical tuning forks. Julie Andrews was canonized the patron saint of supercalifragilisticexpialidociousism
To start off her illustrious career, Andrews one day encountered a magic elixir. Upon drinking it, she gained magic powers where she became able to shoot laser beams out of her eyes. In her magnum opus "Marry Poppins," many scenes of her using her powers to unleash a program against the poor were cut in the final editing. She mostly used her powers for good until 1994 when she left her husband for shania twain, a longtime fan. Shania taught Andrews the virtue of greed and coercion. In their first act as husband and wife, they bought an orphanage for the sole purpose of burning it down. When Andrews was informed that children were still inside, she was made famous by her reply "Good, more fuel for the fire." Shania and Andrews are continuing to use their powers to make life even more inconvenient for the lower class.
Had a torrid affair with Mrs Doubtfire the mother of Robin Williams a green jelly salesman fron Detroit. At this point in her life she called herself 'Victor'. Split up on grounds of cultural incompatibility.
She eventually found work in the first 'talkie' moving picture titled Batman Re-runs and is now living with a semi-bionic mongoose in Shropshire. The mongoose says they are very much in love, although "we are reluctant to have children due to darling Julie's age."
She decided to back to Austria and try a new life as a nun... nothing works... she married the father and finally had her 7 children in her own house:
number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
“I'll shoop you for this!”
Was cast as Mother Victor/Victoria in Phantom of the Opera.
She had also been a fan of the Grand Theft Auto series, too:
Julie in the middle of LA riots in 1992:
Julie Andrews's Legacy to Her Devoted Feminist Fans
http://koti.welho.com/mjack1/Crybaby.gif MAMAA!!! "Dump your kids to orphaniges and take care of your career!"