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Puffy Fluffy and Sweet Jimmy.
By Jack Kuperman
Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Rated "G" by the Author.

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Puffy liked sweets.

Puffy liked sweets.

And she could eat them all the day.

But her mother said that it could damage her teeth.

It could make them soft or break them in two or in more parts.

Puffy believed her mother in everything and so ate very few sweats.

She could take a bar of chocolate but ate only two little pieces.

It is very little, but she ate them so slow, that they gave taste of two whole bars.

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One time Puffy met a little boy.

Everybody called him Sweet Jimmy.

Do you know why?

It is not that he was not sweet child.

He was.

But the quantities of chocolate he could eat in one time!

Wow!

I am even afraid to say it loudly.

You will not believe me.

Well, well. Do not nag me. Three chocolate bars in one time.

Now you see how crazy he was.

Sweet Jimmy did not care that he began to be very fat.

He did not care when his parents had to make a special door to his room, so he could enter.

He did not care even when he could not enter his parents car and they had to take a lorry in order to take him to kindergarten.

He did not care when his parents went to the shop to bye three shirts to make of them one shirt for him.

He just did not care.

He liked sweets very much and did not want to stop.

But he did not liked when children in the kindergarten decided to play with him ball.

He really looked like a ball. Huge ball.

So children threw him from one to another until his mother came to take him home.

But Sweet Jimmy did not stop to eat sweets even after that.

And grew larger and larger until he could not go out of his room.

But he still continued to eat sweets.

Until….

His teeth began to fall out of the mouth.

He could not speak without teeth and felt very bad.

Sweet Jimmy decided that he would stop to eat so many sweets.

He began to eat apples, and tomatoes, and cucumbers and oranges.

And he liked them

Liked so much that forgot to eat sweets.

And after two month he looked as any other child and his teeth grew again.

From then on, People stopped to call him Sweet Jimmy and called him Jimmy the Hero.


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