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Sapoty Brook, Main Arm

Gina and Rupert told me they had a great holiday, especially after their Prymonster started looking after the kiddies properly.

The kiddies were freaking out about the barbecue in the backyard because they couldn’t find the off switch.

Gina was pissed off with the kiddies getting an electric barbie. She wanted a coal one and reckoned her steak on the electric one gave her too much wind.

She detested having wind but sometimes wondered whether supplementing with rare-earth minerals might result in less wind and more emissions.

Anyway, Rupert gave their prymonster very precise instructions about the BBQ and how to calm the kiddies down by denying denial about everything, ending in hysterical laughter and impotent confusion.

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