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GS2991
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Look out a window

Any window but look what do you see? I see a couple of cows in their pasture, grey icky clouds, turkeys waiting for me to come out and talk to them, bare trees, grass yet still green, a creek slithering away, and so on blah blah blah. Okay take five things from your veiw and twist them about into a story. .... Mad cow Hermin jumped from tree to tree. Leaping down into the creek splashing and laughing. He seen the green pasture of Turkeydale and decided to charge for he was hungy and not much grass was grown in trees. Oh but the grand turkey of Turkeydale seen the mad cow befor he even leaped down from the trees. With a gobble and a strut the great stag rallys his flock. Canons filled with moon pies stood awaiting the feathered ones to fire. Mad cow Hermin charged jumping the fince. The great stag gobbled and moon pies filled the air and pelted the mad cow. The battle of Turkeydale was short and fast. The now ripe cow turned and hightailed bitter defeat tasted and smelt terrible. ...... Like that make the boring window interesting.
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Re: Look out a window

Interesting, very creative and um...weird? You really like turkeys don't you?

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Re: Look out a window

Hehehe. Why thank you! Hey my window got boring I got to do somthing I'm stir crazy enough as it be. And yes I love turkeys. At the moment I have 3. Buba, Berta, and the little one. I had around 20 this summer but sold them. I hatched half and moma turkey hatched half. So what does you window show? Evil cats in spaceships?
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