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the eric update - day 600: Pudding Boy, Pudding Boy!

when presented with the communication opportunity to choose between chocolate pudding and yogurt, we all know that yogurt never really has a chance of being chosen. but it's fun to give him a chance to choose and hear him excitedly exclaim, "pud'in". and because eating pudding is so much fun it just seems natural to want to sing, so while serving the delicacy, it has become mandatory to sing the chorus to pony boy substituting pony with pudding.

but one must not, under any circumstances, appear to be taking away the pudding before it's completely consumed, or one will be eyed with suspicion.

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2/24/2006 06:46:00 PM 0 comments


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