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Letting out the crazy
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Pinky-Von-Sox and the Cave of Squawking Mumbles. Chapter Two. Innocuous. Unless you’re indignant. In which case SUPER oculus.

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Chapter Two. Innocuous. Unless you’re indignant. In which case SUPER oculus.
  Pinky-Von-Sox
and the Cave of Squawking Mumbles Chapter Two When
my best friend Leaves originally asked me if I 'wanna go on an adventure with
him', his voice was excited, warm, joyful, friendly, voicelely, seemingly
defecating delight in a way which bath...

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Pinky-Von-Sox and the Cave of Squawking Mumbles

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Chapter One - Inaudible. Unless you're close. In which case SUPER audible.
Pinky-Von-Sox
and the Cave of Squawking Mumbles Chapter One I climbed over
the precipice. And what a precipice it was. Angular. Rugged. Toned. Gaping.
Rocky. Precipiceyey. Seemingly sweating out rich oils that made it glisten in
the sun. I could barely take...

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Can you see it?
Welcome to 'Ok, intriguing: Hell Yeah! Fleeting forever'!!! This is the show where we're intrigued by things, oh hell yeah we're
intrigued, intrigued by all SORTS of things, but especially awesome
things, and especially, especially the things that are SO ...

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The jeannie is out of the bottle and she has a whole lot of being cooped up to shake from her noggin' so she's gonna dance till the caps of the highest knees touch the ice crisp sky
Oh, hey, um, I just saw you look down,
are you noticing that my jeans have holes in them? It's not what you think… Like I am not trying to be cool or
anything… It's just that, well, I hate to admit
this, but I got the holes today just because… Well I got in...

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Wow, and I mean like... wow! - A Poem
Scontson, The accountant Had an epic epiphany.  He suddenly realized that his name, Scontson, suggested that he was not in fact an accountant.  But rather, perhaps, some sort of magic wielding master of illusion, creating spectacular alternative realities, ...
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