One fine day I was walking down the narrow alley when I saw a small rabbit walking with a cane and munching a piece of a cheeseburger. Suddenly a dog emerged from behind with a bone in his mitochondrion. Soon after that cute squirrels jumped over the bridge to Terabithia that was as long as a mongoose's tail. Suddenly, the swans began to play trumpets while singing along with Alvin, Simon and Theodore. Suddenly, a storm blew in from a dog's tail. The scared chimpmunks scurried to their small rotten tents while tempests blew large colourful bubbles into bottles of old french champagne. They proceeded to burn down the whole village pumpkin while loudly singing Auld Lang Syne. I suddenly awoke to their ghastly smell of flatulence! Suddenly, another wave of nostalgia pierced Vampires came into some malfunctioned robot looking rooms. Waves of robots fired cannons indiscriminately at the vampires who magically disappeared into the night. The robots exorbitantly spent money on lollies and toiletries, in hopes of looking good and for fun. They drove down to the local bar chugging gallons of refined robotic oil and eating cheetos. Suddenly, a wave from a tsunami broke off and pulverized the robots into a million splinters. Meanwhile, a passer-by happened to drop his hat on a piece of poop, which quivered indiscriminately and immediately disappeared. Stained, the hat cried on its powerful pet Archon and also disappeared. The passer-by wept rivers of tears at the disappearance and also disappeared into the darkness. A slight drizzle on January 1st meant that the angry dogs could not lie! I propped them up up and away went their eyes. They took solace in my arms, knowing that tomorrow will be a blinding reminder of the Punic Wars. The chipmunks emerged and took the first breath that roosters apparently rejected. I suddenly realized that I had no choice, but to take them in my arms and squeeze the side of their small adams apples, which weren't there as ten rabbits had eaten them. Of course, what was there to squeeze were two large red onions. Crying, I ate a few black cows, two sheep
*frantique tried desperately not to correct the grammer ... however, her efforts were in vain!