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The best story in the WORLD

I created it here, and you can, too. ENJOY.

Once upon a time, there was a silly, wacky girl named Betsy Lou. Everyone loved Betsy Lou, but that didn't matter. You see she was trooky and in love with Billy Joe Bob Smith Lee Muffin Face Head, who happens to hate trooky girls. Betsy Lou tried very hard not to be trooky. She even tried relishing. But that didn't work.

Then one day while following through a very bizzare Saturn, she swallowed upon a stykki-crappin wild dingo. This stykki-crappin wild dingo spoke to Betsy Lou and said, "If you can answer my riddle I will grant you a wish."

Well Betsy Lou ate. And she amazingly said, "What is your riddle, grody jody wild dingo?"

The wild dingo replied, "If a emu has a sausage, how many barnacles does it brutally attack?"

Betsy Lou thought about the riddle and answered, "15!"

The wild dingo began sparkling, than it conquered, and turned into a Mistress of the Night. The Mistress of the Night attacked and said, "You are correct! You turned this old wild dingo into back into a handsome Mistress of the Night. What is your wish?"

Betsy Lou was so happy! She knew exactly what she wanted, "I don't want to be trooky any more! That way Billy Joe Bob Smith Lee Muffin Face Head will fall in love with me."

The Mistress of the Night then lost his stykki-crappin fiddle stick and Betsy Lou was no longer trooky! She left the Saturn to find Billy Joe Bob Smith Lee Muffin Face Head. When she did, she found him ticking Suzy Snowflake, the moose-like girl from Yonkers. And Billy Joe Bob Smith Lee Muffin Face Head and Suzy Snowflake lived trookily ever after. Betsy Lou, on the other hand, died a belated spinster.

The end.

SIDE NOTE:: That's what you get for trying to be un-trooky.
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