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Did anyone see the.. by simon3   (Show all posts)
2013-08-25 20:55:29
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... and today children, we're going to look through the ......... ass-half window.
And what do we see?
We see bags, white bags. I wonder what's inside.
It's sand! Yes - sand!
We wonder where it came from. Maybe from the seaside. The lovely seaside.
And a man has brought it here in a helicopter and dropped it from 'way up there - plop - right on to our mountain.
Aren't we glad we weren't under it. Plop right on our noggins. What a fright that would be.
The man has come to put sand on our mountain because he doesn't like it the way it is. The mountain is no good without sand. It needs sand.
So what kind of sand is it?
It is the kind he put on another mountain near here. Lots and lots of it so that it is very slidy. Isn't is funny to see people fall on their bottoms and say "What stupid phocker put that here - it's phockin lethal."
And now children we have to leave the sand and the man. He is very busy and doesn't want us to get in the way of his important work.
Bye bye sand. Bye bye phocker man.
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