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Fooles: Once upon The Steps,
or Flickering Fateful Feathery Fingers

Last Updated: 30 Jun 2002 1502

[Bottel] Sticks and stones...

First Published on: 11 Sep 1995
Edited and Republished on: 28 Aug 1996
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[Battel] There were, once a while ago, two tall trees, a beech tree and a birch tree, agrowing in the woods...
[Lady Tanglwyt] Quibbel, bring my little step over here!
[Quibbel] Yes, my Lady!
[Battel] There were, once a while ago, two tall trees, a beech tree and a birch tree...
[Lady Tanglwyt] Not on my foot!
[Quibbel] Sorry...
[Lady De KupKake] Quibbel, bring my step now please!
[Quibbel] Yes, my Lady!
[Battel] There were, once a while ago, two tall trees ....
[Lady Lucrativa] Quibbel, and my step too!
[Quibbel] Yes, my Lady!
[Battel] Just what are you up to?
[Lady Tanglwyt] Now shift my little step over here...
[Battel] I be trying to do a new routine here!
 
[Lady Tanglwyt] We three have known each other for some time now, and...
[Lady De KupKake] ...we three have become good friends so...
[Lady Lucrativa] ...we three decided to start a Household...
[Lady Tanglwyt] So now we be...
[Lady De KupKake] ...the Three...
[Lady Lucrativa] ... Steps Sisters!
[Battel] Aaaarrgghhhmmmnnngghh! Why Me!?
 
[Lady LudWygel] Now, Now, Battel, you feel better when I do this don't you?
[Battel] Ahhaha! There were, once a while ago, two tall trees, a beech tree and a birch tree, agrowing in the woods.
[Lady LudWygel] Yes, I can see that be making you feel better!
[Battel] Hmmghgh! A small tree doth begin to grow between them. The beech tree says to the other, "Be that a son of a beech or a son of a birch.?"
[Bottel] And of course, the birch tree doth say that he cannot tell.
[Battel] Yes, a little higher please...
[Bottel] ...birch tree says that he cannot...
[Battel] ...so when a woodpecker lands on the small tree, the birch tree says, "Woodpecker, thou be a tree expert. Canst thou tell whether that be a son of a beech or a son of a birch?"
[Babbel] So what sayeth the woodpecker?
[Battel] Haghgha! Stop that!
[Quibbel] ... must be a local joke ...
[Battel] No! Wait! The woodpecker did take a taste of the small tree, and replied, "It be neither a son of a beech nor a son of a birch. That be the best piece of ash I have ever had my pecker in"
[Bottel] Aaaarrgghhhmmmnnngghh! Why Me!?

Robin the Ruthless in Battel - G.A. W.O.A.W.
(long suffering Fooles Troupe Scribe)

[Bottel] Sticks and stones...

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