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Timothy and Travis, the Troubled Teenage Tigers: Two teenage tigers attempt to gain entrance to various bars, using fake identification tags.
Posted by Rabbit Stu, Jan 3, 2008. 4183 views. ID = 455

Timothy and Travis, the Troubled Teenage Tigers

Posted by Rabbit Stu, Jan 3, 2008. 4183 views. ID = 455
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Obviously, as you will see, every paragraph has its own alliteration. I think my favorite is Thelma's paragraph. :)
This post has been awarded 37 stars by 8 readers.

Timothy and Travis, two troubled teenaged tigers, attired in tattered, torn and tacky towels, took the tram to trendy taverns, trying to test their trumped-up identification tags.

At O'Reillies, Robert the Rhinestone Rhinoceros, regally reposing in the reception room, raged as he regarded their really repulsive raiment, and rejected their request to roll on in.

At Sammies, Stan the Slimy Snake scoffed, sneered and hissed slightly as he slithered and said, "Silly, sneaky, sophomoric simpletons, your sly stunt is not so subtle, so SCAT!"


At Wonko's Wild Watering Hole, Wally the Wimpering Walrus, wearing a wonderfully wacky wardrobe, whined and wailed, "What? You want to wriggle and worm your way into Wonko's? What wicked and wacked out weirdos!"

Thelma, the lisping thespian thrush thoughtfully said, "Thilly, thilly tigerth! That'th thtupid to think that the thecurity is tho laxth that the thentinels will thimply thanction your abthurd thtriving to thneak into their thaloonth! Tho retrathe your thtepts to your rethidenthe, unleth you thirtht for a thpanking!"

Timothy and Travis, trembling at the terrible tongue-lashing, trudged tragically to their tidy two-room trailer, torched their tags, and took a tremendous attitude transformation.

As Thelma would say: "Allth well that endth well!"

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Comments


Josiah T.
Jan 3, 2008
That's great! :-) I notice you spelled "rhinoceros" correctly this time. :-P
   ~Posted by Josiah T., Jan 3, 2008

Rabbit Stu
Jan 3, 2008
Yes indeed. I think this is the third piece I've written that has a rhinoceros in it, so by now I ought to have figured out how to spell it! :D
   ~Posted by Rabbit Stu, Jan 3, 2008

Mathax
Jan 3, 2008
"Obviously, as you will see, every paragraph has its own alliteration. I think my favorite is Thelma's paragraph."


Of course that is the best one.
or as Thelma would say:

Of courthe that ith the betht one.
   ~Posted by Mathax, Jan 3, 2008

Laura
Jan 5, 2008
Ha, I like this one! Did you need a thesaurus on hand for it? :-D
   ~Posted by Laura, Jan 5, 2008

Rabbit Stu
Jan 6, 2008
yep - definitely used a thesaurus. :)
   ~Posted by Rabbit Stu, Jan 6, 2008

RavenOctober
Jun 7, 2010
WOW, Thelma's paragraph is hilarious! Well done!
   ~Posted by RavenOctober, Jun 7, 2010



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