TREY: ONCE! Upon a time, in a land far far far far… there lived a young boy named Jimmy. Once! Upon a time in a land far far far, there lived a cat, and this cat belonged to Jimmy. Once! Upon a time in a land far far far far, there lived a dog named Harpua. Harpua. Harpua. The name sent chills and shivers down every cat in the land far far far because Harpua was the meanest, ugliest, fattest killer bulldog in all of the the land far far far far far.
Well, one day Harpua was meandering through town looking for some action. Basically, he was looking for a hot lunch. As he walked, he sauntered slowly forward putting one furry paw in front of the other until he turned around a corner and there in front of him was… a cat [Crowd member yells “OOOOO NOOOO!]
You guessed it, it was Jimmy’s cat. And the name of the cat was, the feared, the venerable, the most feared cat in all of the town… It was the famous, Poster Nutbag. The two of them looked at each other, and they knew who the other one was being that Poster Nutbag was the meanest cat in the town and Harpua was the meanest dog in all the town, sort of legends in their own time.
They looked at each other. Harpua felt a growl go through his body; he knew there was going to be a nasty fight. He looked at Poster Nutbag frozen in terror in front of him. Poster Nutbag coiled his body into a deadly arch. The fight was about to begin. A hungry drop of saliva dripped out of Harpua’s mouth and landed on the cement below…
Look, the storm’s gone...
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