Juju Logi and the Three Snarfleblasts
By Scott Wilson
Word Count: 388
Once upon a time, there were three Snarfleblasts; the mother Snarfleblasts, the father Snarfleblasts and the baby Snarfleblasts who lived in a house in the backwoods of Venus. One morning the mother Snarfleblasts made liquefied man juice for breakfast. When the three Snarfleblasts sat at the table to eat, they found that the liquefied man juice was too hot.
"Let's go for a walk to red iced polar caps," the mother Snarfleblasts said. "The liquefied man juice will be cool enough to eat when we return." So off they went.
Nearby, Juju Logi was walking in the backwoods of Venus.
"I've been walking such a long time, and I'm tired and hungry," Juju Logi said. Just then, Juju Logi saw the three Snarfleblasts's house. "Maybe there is something to eat in there," Juju Logi said, and went inside.
Juju Logi saw the food on the table, and decided to try it. First Juju Logi tried the father Snarfleblasts's liquefied man juice but it was too hot. Then Juju Logi tried the mother Snarfleblasts's liquefied man juice but it was too cold. But the baby Snarfleblasts's liquefied man juice was just right, and Juju Logi ate it all up.
"My goodness I'm sleepy," Juju Logi, said entering the bedroom. Juju Logi sat on the father Snarfleblasts's bed, but it was too hard. Juju Logi then sat on the mother Snarfleblasts's bed, but it was too soft. The baby Snarfleblasts's bed was just right, and Juju Logi fell asleep there.
In a short while, the three Snarfleblasts returned from red iced polar caps. "Someone's been eating my liquefied man juice!" said the father Snarfleblast.
"Someone's been eating my liquefied man juice too!" said the mother Snarfleblasts."
Someone's been eating my liquefied man juice, and they at it all up!" cried the baby Snarfleblasts. They looked around the house to find who had done this. When they looked in the bedroom, they saw Juju Logi asleep on baby Snarfleblasts's bed. Just then, Juju Logi woke up, saw the three Snarfleblasts and screamed. The three Snarfleblasts tried to catch Juju Logi, but Juju Logi ran out of the backwoods of Venus and all the way home.
Juju Logi and the Three Snarfleblasts
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