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And leak. Jack Prelutsky 25 My Three Aunts Aunt Patty pinches cheeks so hard it leaves a dark red patch. Aunt Mary makes me kiss her face, which always has a rash. Aunt Peggy pats my head so long I feel like my dog Rover. I hate it when my three aunts call to say they’re coming over. Goldie Olszynko Gryn 26 27 Night Starvation or the Biter Bit At night, my Uncle Rufus (or so I’ve heard it said) would put his teeth into a glass of water by his bed. At three o’clock one morning, he woke up with a cough, and as he reached out for his teeth— they bit his hand right off.
HICCUP . . ” (“What an awful . . HICCUP . . ”) Kalli Dakos 44 Public Speaking Today’s the school speech contest. I feel a little sick. I hate to talk in front of crowds, but I’ve a little trick. I picture the whole audience is sitting right out there without a stitch of clothing on except their underwear. It’s easy then to read or talk when all the while I’m peeking. Just try it if you are like me and don’t like public speaking. Bill Dodds 45 The Aliens Have Landed! The aliens have landed! It’s distressing, but they’re here.
Kenn Nesbitt 46 Dinnertime David asks for his dessert Peggy wants to press her skirt she has dance class and she’s late David says he cannot wait Mike is giving him a ride he’ll just go and wait outside Father tells him he will not David mutters thanks a lot Ann says she expects a call Benjamin won’t eat at all Mother starts to serve the pie Benjamin begins to cry Mother asks him what is wrong Father says the tea’s too strong Ann gets up to get the phone Benjamin begins to moan Peggy says her tights are torn David says he hears a horn Father says to finish first David says that he will burst Peggy says it isn’t fair Ann has on her other pair now she will be late for class Benjamin upsets his glass David’s taking tiny bites Ann is taking off the tights David says the crust is tough 48 Mother says she’s had enough Father says it’s not too bad Mother says she’s going mad David wiggles like a mouse that is dinner at our house Mary Ann Hoberman 49 The Spaghetti Challenge My mom’s spaghetti is the best; no other mom can beat it; and every time she cooks it I can hardly wait to eat it.