Ted H.

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Westcott was a family man
He liked rulers
He worked at a ruler factory
He made lots of rulers
He liked his TV
It looked like a ruler
At least he thought it did
His family thought it looked like a TV
They liked the TV
It was cold inside but the TV said it was somebody’s fault
Westcott decided that was good enough for him
He went to the market and bought his family grapes




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