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Long Long Ago, In A Galaxy Far Far Away: The story of Jeffrey the fierce and ferocious timberwolf, who lived long ago in a galaxy far away
Posted by Jeorge, Nov 8, 2007. 4545 views. ID = 297

Long Long Ago, In A Galaxy Far Far Away

Posted by Jeorge, Nov 8, 2007. 4545 views. ID = 297
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Mathiax asked for a story about Jeffrey the Timberwolf. Aren't you all sorry he did? :D

Maybe I'll write more about Jeffrey later - maybe I won't!
This post has been awarded 31 stars by 7 readers.

Long, long ago, in a galaxy far far away, there lived a fierce and ferocious timberwolf named Jeffrey.

He, of course, had no idea that he was living long, long ago, because - at the time - it didn't seem like long long ago. In fact - at the time - it seemed very much like the present to him.

Furthermore, he didn't realize he was living in a galaxy far far away because - if he'd stopped to think about it - he would have thought that we live in a galaxy far far away, while he lived extraordinarily close to what he considered "here".

But, of course, he didn't stop to think about it. For two reasons. First, because he was a timberwolf, and fierce, ferocious timberwolves don't spend much of their brainpower on such philosophical considerations. Second, he couldn't exactly think about us since we hadn't even been born yet.

The fact that we hadn't been born yet might have been a source of concern and stress for us, except that, having not been born yet, we didn't have any brains or brainpower with which to worry, and were therefore strangely oblivious to the entire time and space discontinuum.

All of which is making my brain (in this time, and in this place) spin, until I am quite dizzy, and I don't know whether I am here or there.

Which makes telling the story of Jeffrey The Timberwolf a formidable task.

I think I shall go lie down now, and finish telling you about Jeffrey later.

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This post has been awarded 31 stars by 7 readers.


Josiah T.
Nov 8, 2007
Nice!! :-D Hurry up with your nap! :-P
   ~Posted by Josiah T., Nov 8, 2007

Nov 8, 2007
Thanks! I agree with Josiah hurry up with your nap.
   ~Posted by Mathax, Nov 8, 2007

Nov 8, 2007
LOL! Sounds complicated. :-)
   ~Posted by Katie, Nov 8, 2007

Jan 22, 2008
*wonders when the next part is going to be coming*
   ~Posted by Mathax, Jan 22, 2008

Jan 31, 2008
*wonders when the rest of this is coming*
   ~Posted by Mathax, Jan 31, 2008

Feb 22, 2008
*wonders when the next part of this is coming.
   ~Posted by Mathax, Feb 22, 2008

Feb 24, 2008
certainly this series of comments is not persuading me to continue the story.
   ~Posted by Jeorge, Feb 24, 2008

Feb 27, 2008
This is hilarious. I liked it, and it did seem very exhausting. :D
   ~Posted by Hannah, Feb 27, 2008

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