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A_Kink_in_the_Tale

And so the tale begins.... A_Kink_in_the_Tale.
StoryMeezer [Stories@meezer.com]
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My Name is Charlie, and I am a quiet boy, and unlike many meezers you may know, I am afraid to go outside.

There is a reason for this apparent lack of backbone on my part, you see I am afraid of the outside because of something that happened to me a few years back, something truly terrifying, something that would drain the color from even the bravest Meezers points....
Charlie [Charlie@bejeweled.com]
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.....while my human was in the attic with some friends looking at old pics of me because i am just sooooooo cute but anyways while they were up theire i slipped out a broken window in the basement.......
Kyle Rocks!!!! [kool_cat100@yahoo.com]
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When i got outside, i noticed how nice it smelled. While i was sniffing around, i noticed a big shadow. The shadow turned out to be a very large dog. He was really friendly to me. He said to me, "Beware of the wild animals in the woods.
Catherine [frontdesk@riversidecc.org]
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So I was about to go home, whencuriosity got the better of me. I walked towards the woods. It was a sunny day but it got darker when I actually walked into the woods. The air was so cool and the wind rustled my fur as I continued to explore the woods. All of a sudden, a bear rushed towards me and he grabbed me. I don't ever remember being shaken like that before this happened. I twisted and scratched the bear and got away. I ran out of the woods so fast I got dizzy. I becalme disoriented not knowing which way to run. Quickly the woods ended and I was in the sunshine again. I saw the house and my human was at the stairs looking for me. I jumped into her arms ans shivered. She pet me and then I began to purr. I vowed to never leave the house again.
Catherine [frontdesk@riverside.org]
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I will never make the mistake to do that again. I still have flashbacks of it, and they scare me out of my wits!

I am now a very old cat. But everyone thinks I am very wise. Occasionaly a new cat will come into the area. I will always tell them my frightening tale. The moral? "Listen to dogs occasionaly, for sometimes they have good advice."
Charlie the meezer []
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