So what do YOU think happened here? Tell me your version of the story in the comments! (by the way, played with rollip yet?)
Sunday afternoon in the Warren house, all is well, bunny is confident in her status as most loved top toy. She arrogantly boasts this status to the other toys especially to Barbie. Barbie reminds bunny of her long career as top toy with girls all across the country. Bunny starts to ponder this fact, she becomes tense and starts to fear that Barbie could be correct and someday take her place. Bunny starts to devise a plan to rid the Warren house of Barbie, she confides in the short blonde doll that is poorly dressed of her plan. Bunny will challenge Barbie to a twin hug-off; yes this will be the perfect murder.... Bunny, soft, fluffy and pliable can withstand the best of hugs, but Barbie, plastic, and fragile will surely parish. The twins begin to hug, those girls hugged and hugged, squeezing as hard as they could. Just as Bunny hoped, as Barbie was hugged tightly her unforgiving body gave out, her legs popped off, her arms fell off, and her head.... well it was tragic. Special thanks to agent 529 for being able to get the full story from the only witness.
that anonymous MUST be Angie....:-)
Oh how funny... I'm not clever enough to post a story, but I'll be back to see what others have written!! And Kelly, I just have to say, I read all of your posts and ALWAYS mean to comment, but your links are so click-worthy that I get sucked in! This time I made sure to comment BEFORE clicking. Off to check out rollip, now!
mr. bunny did it in the vegetable garden with a hoe! the background story is that mr. rabbit was happily hoeing between his row of carrots and his row of green beans when out of the blue midge skipped into the garden. known for her excessive love of carrots, midge started to dig at the far end of the garden away from mr. rabbit. in a fit of rage, mr. rabbit attacked her with his hoe. when the malay was over, all that was left were midge's legs. when last seen, midge was being carried into the sunset by gi joe.
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