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Date:11/24/2014 2:01:55 PM
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Hey Yogi!
Hey Yogi, Speedy here... I pretty much fling my colored rings in the air too. Mom keeps trying to teach me my 'colors'. I tried to tell her WHO CARES... but she knows I can tell the difference. When I used to eat the colored pellets, I only ate the red, yellow, and orange ones. Plus, I'd pick one color and put them in my water bowl, then I'd pick all the same colored blocks and other toys and put them in the bowl too. One day I'd have all yellow stuff in there, the next day all orange stuff in there... but I doesn't mean I want to do that all the time! Especially one-on-one time w/ mommy. I want to run and jump and dance then... not do stupid school stuff! NEVER should have shown her I can see colors... you think it's too late to pretend to be color-blind now? I'll have to give that one some thought... anyway, I gotta go now. I have to pop a couple letters off the keyboard while she's not looking. Later, buddy! Speedy
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