It was a rainy spring day. Cory Virus was walking through Storyland, leaving his nasty germs everywhere.
“I know who you are,” said Racum Raccoon, who was outside cleaning up the yard. “You are that new Storyland character, Cory Virus.”
“Yes I am,” said Cory Virus, sticking his hands in his mouth and up his nose and then trying to shake Racum Raccoons paw.
“I will not shake your hand,” said Raman Raccoon. “My parents told me all about you. You love to spread germs and you are filthy.”
“Please be my friend,” said Cory Virus.
“I will do nothing of the sort,” said Racum Raccoon.
“Don’t you feel sorry for me?” asked Cory Virus.
“I don’t,” said Racum Raccoon.
“I do, however feel sorry for all the Storyboard characters that you have made sick. How could you be so mean and nasty to all those characters? Look at the fall out you have caused. There are characters who are going to lose their businesses and their jobs.”
“Oh yes,” said Cory Virus, wringing his hands together in delight. “Tell me more. I love it.”
“My mother told me never to kick anyone,” said Racum Raccoon, lifting up his foot. “However, she did tell me that if I ever came across you, I am allowed to kick you in the butt.”
Racum Raccoon kicked Cory Virus as hard as he could in the butt. Cory Virus scurried away as fast as he could go, holding onto his sore butt and crying.
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