They placed fruit on the altar as a gift of appreciation. The little monkey asked, “Why do we place fruit on the altar as a gift of appreciation?” “You want that fruit, don’t you,” inquired the one legged frog. “Sure do, aw wa ah ah!” “Well, you can’t have it, because it’s for the god.” “But doesn’t the god have all the fruit it wants?” “Huh, hadn’t thought of that. Ok monkey, take the fruit.” “Why thank you!” The monkey then swiped the fruit, and put it in a pouch around its waist. “By the way, what are you going to do with that fruit?” “I’m going to finish what I started, a solution to the theory of everything,” said the monkey proudly. “And the fruit will help you accomplish that,” the one legged frog asked. “Sure, why not? It’s just about the right size.” “I see,” nodded the one legged frog.
06/06/12 Oranged, with respect.
06/06/12 A baby thicket, or thickling.
06/06/12 Rust, meet vine. Oh, you already met?