Meeting Crashers


Mr. Nibbles: “What do you think it wants?”
Dennis: “I don’t know. It never talks or moves. It just stands there motionless.”
Producer Smurf: “I can’t believe you’re all smurfing out over a bird.”
Spicoli: “Yeah, dudes! Stop smurfing out already!”
Vermin: “HISSS! Now let me show you nasty dogs and stupid rodents how opossum camouflage really works.”
Mouse: “Opossum camouflage? So you finally admit you’re not a cat?”
Vermin: “Meow.”


Vermin: “HISSS! Tada! I am totally invisible!”
Mouse: “We can all still see you.”
Vermin: “HISSS! I can’t hear you! Because I’m invisible!”
Mouse: “Being invisible doesn’t make you deaf, you ridiculous opossum.”
Vermin: “HISSS! So you admit that I’m invisible?”
Mouse: “That’s not what I―”
Vermin: “HISSS! Too late! You said it! No backsies!”
Mr. Nibbles: “Maybe we should look it up online and find out more about it.”
Producer Smurf: “We smurfs smurf a bird just like that one! We smurf around on her like an airplane!”
Spicoli: “Yeah, dudes, it’s just like a Boeing 7smurfy7!”
Producer Smurf: “Will you stop parasmurfing every smurfing thing that I smurf?”
Spicoli: “Sure, once it stops smurfing fun.”


Television: “YouTube presents, ‘The Great Blue Heron and You’ …”
Mouse: “You can’t just say ‘no backsies’ and end an argument whenever it’s convenient.”
Vermin: “HISSS! I think I just did.  Snap! You lose. I win. Too bad, so sad.”
Smurf: “I’m smurfing you, you’re worrying for no reason. Those big birds are our friends!”
Spicoli: “Yeah, dudes! Don’t worry — be smurfy!”


Television: “The primary food for great blue heron is small fish, though it is also known to opportunistically feed on a wide range of shrimp, crabs, aquatic insects, rodents and other small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and donuts. The most commonly employed hunting techniques of the species are wading slowly with its long legs through shallow water, or crashing long, dull meetings and standing silently for a time before quickly spearing prey with its long, sharp bill.  They also feed on smurfs, which they often lure in by posing as a means of transportation.”
Vermin: “HISSS! I love this bird! I will call it ‘Mommy’.”
Spicoli: “Well, uh, maybe some of you should worry a little …”

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