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"The Ooky Spooky Thing!", the middle segment of one of Max's stories
Josh 201604 KWP
Last morning, the boy woke up and went outside. "OH NO!" His flower is gone. The ooky spooky thing ate it.

What was it? I don't know, but inside it was a daddy.

The ooky spooky thing was just a monster. It didn't have a daddy in it. It just ate the flower.

And the ooky spooky thing raised his claws. Then he lifted up some grass and put it in his mouth for desert. Then he said "Yaum! Desert!"

Then he was just walking around until he found a dead pidgeon. And he ate it for lunch. But it was yummy. And he ate some grass for desert. YUM!.

He had the last food for night time. At night time he had some... he ate a dead squirrel, and had some grass for desert. Then he drank some water.

He fell fast asleap until a hippo got dead where that monster was... where the monster was sleeping.

How did he get dead? A hunter killed him and then he got away.

They carried him to the factory that cutted animals up and shredded the skin off. Then they pulled the teeth off and everything else. Then they chopped up into pieces and putted it inside a jar.

Then, they sended it to the ooky spooky thing's pantry so he could see it.

looks at tv. "Look! Barney Shape things. I wish I had that." back to story;

Then, he cooked it and he ate it.

And he had toys that scared people. Like a super duper grabber that grabbed food. If it was a chicken, then he reached a dead chicken. Then he ate it up.

Then there was a super duper honker that woke everyone up when they were fast asleep, but they went back to sleep.

Then he had a louder one and it woke everyone up and they stayed awake. And they said, "What was that honkey noise?" That honking noise was the ooky spooky thing!

So he had an idea. He would send a big rolling snowball to town. So he putted that on his list and he made one and then he rolled it across the whole town.

Then it melted fromt he sun!

tsss thshshsh splitter spitt splatter splatter split splatter

The longer it rolled, the longer it melted.

Then he turned on his big train and he cleaned up all his toys. Then it goed out the door and the tracks goed everywhere. Then he turned about and hooked it together. Then he pushed the go button his remote control and it went TOOT TOOOOOOOT and it went all over and scared everybody.

Then the ooky spook thing hooked the rest of his cars together and goed all around the world. Then he hooked it all to gether and made it a long train and hooked up the caboose. Then he took off the other hook because the caboose is the last car. He had very strong muscles and he said "YUM, I like hooks!" and he ate it.

I can't even keep up anymore, but somewhere in there he ate one potato chip, one icecream vanilla chip made of spelt, and went on to have many more adventures.

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I'm trying not to crap my pants from laughing so hard.

uh huh. :) So... What, next year we start submitting to publishers?

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Wouldn't he learn about hunters and butchers from TV or stories he's read/been read? When I was a kid, at least, there were plenty of kids' stories with hunters and butchers at least peripherally mentioned.

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3 year old's books with references to butchers and hunters? well maybe hunters... but wow... what kind of stuff did you read as a kid. lol

There was some child's rhyme that had the line "the butcher, the baker, and the candlestick maker"? I have no idea what now. But I am sure it wasn't the only time a butcher was mentioned. And there's all kinds of hunters in your standard Brothers Grimm/Hans Christian Andersen-type fairy tales. All kinds of scariness in general in them, really. And um, Disney movies, at least the older ones, had all kinds of traditional-job-role-type characters in them, and I'd be surprised if some of them didn't have a butcher charaqcter--not as a protagonist, but just a townsperson or something.

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I know! If you think about what's in those things, it's sorta crazy. :)

kids songs too...

"Ha Ha Ha. He He He. Little brown jug, so good to me!"
"Ring around the rosey. Pocket full of posies."

All very freaky topics for kids songs, but as they say with southpark behind the scenes, kids are brutal...

I mean, kids are people. Imagine being suppressed and controlled and directed... and you put up with it because you don't know any better.

Or rathe than imagining, try to remember back. I mean, there were learning events and DUH events, and expansion of abilities and awareness, but mind starts way back.

Hey, maybe we should have him watch watership down!

er, not.

Some of that. Some of asking lots of questions, and I try to explain accurately for him. I don't like how schools tend to teach misinformation in attempt to dumb down things enough for higher availability. It's akin to lying.

Then, there's the fear that if we try to avoid a topic too much, he'll become more fixated on it.

I'm pretty sure I've explained butchering and meat processing to some extent to him. I know I've explained some of the aspects of death to him. When he asks me questions, I try to explain as much as I can. Death is a centran concept in life, so I guess it makes sense that it works his way into some of his stories.

But yah, it's all freaky. He is destined to take over the world, you know.

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*nod* I have them marked as "memories". I'm hoping that LJ's poor management ideals don't cause it to fold before then, but from time to time I back up my journal.

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