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Date:11/24/2014 4:38:43 PM
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Below deck in the dining area
all is calm and peaceful as RaneBeau and Riley seat themselves at a table. It's calm and quiet here because most everybirdie else has raced topside to see what exploded. If only they knew that the indention in the middle of the cake that sits between RaneBeau and Riley once held a small stick of dynamite. Looking at the cake and then up at Riley, RaneBeau can't help but shake his head as a "I can't believe this" smile creases his beak.

You willing t'sing the hatchday song while I cut this thing up? he asks his party guest. He pulls out his Buck 119 blade and slices into the cake as Riley begins singing. The sweetness and sincerity of her voice causes RaneBeau to stop mid-slice and look up at her. With the knife poised in the indention made by the dynamite candle, he listens intently, taking in the heartfelt performance of the song, and the sparkle in her pretty eyes. When the last note ends and all is quiet down below, RaneBeau leans in and kisses the beak that sang him the song. "Thanks. That was so nice." And then before the moment gets any mushier, he goes back to cutting up the cake then sliding a piece onto a plate which he plants in front of the girl at the table with him before he dissects a big piece for himself. Seeing that Riley is patiently waiting to take that first bite, wether out of manners or because there's another surprise in this baked good, R shovels a portion onto his fork and promptly steers it right up to Riley's beak. When the beak does not automatically open, he stealthfully jabs a flight feather into her side, right about where he believes she's a bit ticklish. This produces the desired reaction; her beak pops open in a giggle and in goes the cake. Because it's not exactly a smooth move, frosting now decorates the outside edges of Riley's beak, a beak that's moments away from bursting into peals of laughter.

And the fun continues...
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