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100 WC #5

One day Bob
Was going to school
And saw a giant red ladder that stretched into the sky
So he climbed it
And saw pavement with giant coins in it
But since he was so dumb
He didn’t realise that the pavement was still wet
So when he walked on it
He started to sink
And sink
And sink
Until he reached a giant coin
But by the time he reached the coin
He was covered in pavement
And when he sat on the coin
The coin exploded
And gave him another coat of iron
So he climbed onto another one
That one gave him a coat of shredded cardboard
So he kept going until he was covered in:
Gloopy slime
Fuzzy pancakes
Soaked waffles
And more and more
Until he died of being cooked in those coats of stuff


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