Shrek 4 Ending Scene [HD] 1080p





Shrek 4 Ending Scene [HD] 1080p


even especially just because Shrek is popular to fans and he fixed everything in the end does'nt mean I have to like him again still.
as with me and Shrek is a very long story if you guys would want to ask me why i hated and disapproved of Shrek still
well it's hard to say everything about that so far.
His day is up. His day is..! AGH!
Haha
0:01 Fiona is thicker than a bowl of oatmeal
How did i not know Shrek 4 was a movie
Avengers Infinity War Alternative Ending.
The ending sounds so familiar...🤔
FELICIA FEEL IT
r/wholesome
especially me with Shrek and everyone in the movies is more complicated than i think to imagine it.
and me that i hate Shrek-jerk now i know hate is such a strong word as i'm trying not to get carried away
but this new honest feelings of him with this.
I guess Shrek in the end that this time he does care for Fiona with his new love for her but to be honest
I still wouldn't like him again he's still a Shrek-Jerk to me after what they and i had been through with him
throughout the films and you guys would ask me why i call him Shrek-Jerk well it's a long story actually


anyway i would still probably never trust or believe in Shrek again all because of what and who he is an ogre and a jerk so yeah pardon to put this but this is my real new feeling of him now as no offense to you guys as Shrek fans out there so hopefully no hard feelings.
Why does an ogre have shane Dawson in a headlock ?
Ms. Fiona i don’t feel do good
Shrelk used ‘roar’. It was very effective!
This movie really predicted Infinity War's ending 💀💀💀
0:07 Fucking Thanos you killed shuek
"No, it was you that re-"
This is so sad can I get an f in the chat
Hey who’s cutting onions in here?


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