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The Story of Dr. Mushroom
by: folk story

I once heard a story about the infamous Dr. Mushroom while my legs were blind, and arms, flying. The story, as far as I can remember, goes like this...

Dr. Mushroom was hunting in the wilderness for wild tigers, but he left his shoe under the pillow. He said, I want my shoe. A dead dove next to him suddenly opened its eyes and shouted, I know!

Next, a gorilla-bear came to Dr. Mushroom and said have you seen Abu? Dr. Mushroom said yes, I put him in a plastic orange. Fine, the animal said, I have to give you this, and it was an ear of a giraffe. Then! all of a sudden the storm came.

The storm was howling like a thousand stars. Dr. Mushroom hid under a giant tarantula with an old lady to stay out of the ultraviolet rays of the rain. The old lady said she was from Mount Mugoobushi. Dr. Mushroom said ok. The old lady then told him that everytime she farts it means a monkey somewhere in the world had just died. Dr. Mushroom said, like a silly 3 year old, but how do you know? The old lady said, Scorpox told me.

After the storm, a thousand red frogs exploded in the beautiful night sky. It was such a magnicent site, like the making of pumpkin pizza.

Dr. Mushroom was about to go to sleep, but a blue swan jogged up to him, and started to rap in Japanese in his ear. Dr. Mushroom's right eye woke up and awakened the rest of his face.

Dr. Mushroom removed the legs of the swan and went to sleep elsewhere, as a tiger barked sheepishly from afar. After Dr. Mushroom fell asleep, his hairs tiptoed away to play poker with Uncle Papagoya by the brook.

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