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The long-necked eating ostrich. A story by Princi. February 25, 2010

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The long-necked eating ostrich can eat anything.

He ate my alarm clock!

“Riiiiiiinnnnnnngggg!” (Princi shakes like the ostrich shaking when the alarm goes off.)

Then he ate my weather calendar. But he spitted that out because he didn’t like it.

“Ptooey!”

Then he ate my sack. There was jewelry in there, and small things like food, lampshades, books, boxes, and tent rolls that I didn’t get out from earlier. But he spitted that out too!

“Yuck!”

Then he ate my chair. He liked my chair. But I took it out of him because I liked it more than he did!

Then he ate my medicine. And my golf club. And my castle. And my bag.

Then he drinked my water that I always have when I am sick. But I took that out too, because I liked it more than he did.

So I put him outside for being naughty and left him out there for every night and every day.

I didn’t let the ostrich eat anything again. Except my alarm clock. Then I buyed a new one that rings except when I wake up early in the morning.

The end.

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1. Metajugglamum - February 25, 2010

FAN-TASTIC !!!!

phoenixaeon - February 26, 2010

Princi said “Thank you!” 😀

2. Rachel - February 25, 2010

Well done Princi. Great story! I will show it to Tess who is five and likes good stories :o) from Rachel xxx

phoenixaeon - February 26, 2010

I told Princi (who is also five) about your comment this morning, Rachel, and she was chuffed and slightly bashful! She said “Thank you!” 😀


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