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Date:9/23/2014 1:21:52 AM
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Oatie and Kiwi head to the powder room
after breakfast. The fiblings teasing one another on their way. Oatie stops in her tracks and points to the door. Kiwi approaches and looks inside but sees no one so they both enter and start looking around. They find a box open and several sticks gone. "Oatie, ye go find Polly. This has got to be reported and quick. I'll keep lookin about to see if I can find 'em."
So without another thought she turns about and is out the door in a flash looking for Polly. It seemed it took hours to find Polly and reporting the missing sticks. "Thank ye fer lettin me know. Any ideas how they got in?" "Nope" Just then they hear BOOM! and run to the sound. Seeing no damage they look at each other and then hear Quartermaster Tooth "POLLY!!!!" "Well, at least I know what I'm in for."
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