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                                    "The drizzle that rained like drinking monkeys". 

                                                                         A short story

                                                                         By Jane Doe

            Daniel Doop had always loved hilly hourland with its quaint queasy quarries. It was a place where he felt concerned.

             He was a smelly, witty beer drinker with fragile arms and sloppy elbows. His friends saw him as a giant, greasy gamer. Once, he had even helped a harsh baby flamingo recover from a flying accident. That's the sort of man he was.

            Daniel walked over to the window and reflected on his magical surroundings. The drizzle rained like drinking monkeys.

            Then he saw something in the distance, or rather, someone. It was the figure of Laura Rabbit. Laura was a selfish volcano with vast arms and scrawny elbows.

            Daniel gulped. He was not prepared for Laura.

            As Daniel stepped outside and Laura stepped closer, he could see the grim glint in her eye.

            Laura gazed with the affection of ten thousand gracious, fast flamingos. She said in hushed tones: "I love you and I want justice".

            Daniel looked back, even more stressed and still fingering the stripy record. "Laura, I admire your eyebrows". He replied.

            They looked at each other with cross feelings like two kooky, knotty kittens singing at a very smelly carol service which had r   b music playing in the background and two proud uncles running to the beat.

            Daniel regarded Laura's vast arms and scrawny elbows. "I feel the same way". Revealed Daniel with a delighted grin. 

            Laura looked shocked, her emotions blushing like a nasty new newspaper.

            Then Laura came inside for a nice drink of beer.

                                                                               THE END.

This, understandably, took a while.