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Iz that a pickle?!!!?!!!??? I thought it was pink!!!!!!
Hi Guys Introducing Watermelon Dino. Go to his website at... Oh he forgot. :-D
Hi guys, uh gum lovers I'm sorry. Did you know, that almost every single gum I know has gum base in it? Yeah, you're thinking What's Gum Base? Gum base is a mixture of rubber used to make tires and paint chips. EEEEWWWW!
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Hey Guys! Whaz up? I found this super cool song. It is very pretty. 

The Misadventures of Oliver and Cooper The Mystery of the Outside Cat Book 1

By The Author

Table of Contents
CooperOliver Cooper Oliver Cooper Oliver Cooper and Oliver

Cooper Chapter 1
Hi I’m Cooper. I’m a tabby mix and I’m about two years old in cat years. This is the story of the outside cat. We figured it out but I’m not going to tell you just yet. First let me explain how we came to this home.
“MEOW!” We sat in a cage looking at all the tall people bustling by and all of them ignored us. They were looking at the tuxedo cats next to us and adop

Riddles and Tounge Twisters

She sells seashells by the seashore. (say three times fast)
Boogie Baby bumper babies (say three times fast)
If two witches were watching watches which witch would watch which watch?
I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish, but if you wish to wish the witch wishes, I won't wish the wish you wish.

Q. How much wood, could a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood? A. A woodchuck could chuck, as much as a woodchuck could if a woodchuck could chuck wood.

Q. I have a mouth, but never talk. I have a bed, but I never sleep. I can run, but I can never walk. What am I?
A. A river.

Q. A farmer has to take a chicken, a wolf, and some grain over a river Make sure that the chicken does not eat the grain, and the wolf does not eat the chicken. How does the farmer take all the products over the river without them eating one another?
A. First take the chicken across, then take the grain. Take the chicken back across the river and take the wolf across. Then go back across the river and …