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Banjo and Kazooie: PowersToday it a fine day. Banjo and Kazooie, all grown up now, where on their daily walk. They went to the wastlands to see some dinos. On their way, Kazooie jumped out of Banjo's backpack.
"Kazooie! Where are you doing?"
"Look. I found an egg."
"Leave it here."
"Let's take it."
"It's not ours."
"Um..I'm a bird, I'll hatch it."
Before Banjo could answer, Kazooie sat on the egg and hatched it. The shell of the egg cracked opened. Kazooie jumped off, and they both watched as something crawled out of it.
"What is that?" Banjo asked getting closer.
Kazooie pushed Banjo out of the way, and the thing was a robot, and it blew it up. Banjo couldnt believe what he just say.
"Whoa! How did you know about that?"
"I'm a bird. I know things."
"You have a power!"
"Oh please....What's your power?"
"I don't know."
"Then let's find out!"
Kazooie grabbed his arm, and they went back to their home. First up, Kazooie pushed him into a little pond. He swam around, but his power wasnt there.
Banjo and Kazooie First meetingIt was a stromy night. Every animal was inside staying safe from the awful storm. In a small cave there lived a family of bears. A mother was expecting very soon. Soon, it was time. The father was all ready for this.
Soon it was all over. The mother had their newborn bear in her arms. He had blue eyes, and was brown. His daddy gave him yellow plants, and a blue backpack.
"His name shall be Banjo."
Banjo laughed at that, so it was ment for him. Soon, a few days went by. Banjo and his dad were swimming in the ocean. Banjo finally caught a little fish. He fell into the water, and he could swim.
"Look, daddy, I can swim!" Banjo said splashing his arms.
"Alright, time to go inside."
There was another storm coming soon. As they were walking, Banjo saw his mom walking toward them. Banjo told her all about today.
"I'm so proud of you."
As they were walking the the ground spit apart. Banjo's parents both fell in. Banjo ran over to them. When he looked in the h
Why Do Elephants Have Pink Ears?Ever wondered why an elephant had pink spots on thier ears?
Well, let me tell you a myth as to why this happens. Long, long ago on the Savnnah in Africa on a scorching day, there was an elephant named Darwin who had a terrible memory. It made everyone he was around very frustated. His mother Nala would scold him and wanted him to tie a string around his fingers to remeber things.
"I don't have any fingers mom." She told him to...
"To find other ways to remember the important things in life.
Darwin did everything he could. He thought of some ideas but he forgot them in a second. So, Darwin tried tons of different ways to remember things. He tried to remember a song called "Pink Elephants" but that didn't help. He couldnt follow the music. He also tried to draw as someone would tell him something. The helped for a while, until he forgot how to draw.
"How could anyone forget how to draw?" Nala questioned.
Soon, he kept trying and trying.
I'm just going to give up." Darwin cried.
mechanici want to kiss every aching wound you have,
bandage your heart every time it bleeds,
and patch up your mind over and over
because not a single tear deserves to fall
from your brandy-drenched eyes
but this dripping heart of mine can only feel
and the healing honey words it flames get caught
in the back of my throat and on the roof of my mouth
so i only have these passionate guttural cries
to tell you that i care all too much
and in order to fix you up again,
i would need to tear myself to tatters
and trade all of my working parts
for your leftover, fading pieces
but i just haven’t figured out how.
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