Abominable Snowman, Bigfoot, and Yeti - these are just many names people have called me throughout my life. These sound like all scary names to me, which makes sense, as other creatures seem to shake in fear when I am present. I mostly hang out in the Himalayan regions, and do my best to stay hidden. My coat is as white as the snow around me, helping me hide my massive body from strangers. Many claim to have seen me, yet I make sure that there is no definitive proof that I exist. You see, I am a bit camera shy. Because so many creatures have repeatedly shown that they are scared of me, I have begun to think I am ugly, and therefore make sure I stay away from photographs. Living beings do strange things when they are scared, and I do not want to be harmed by someone scared of me.Find Food
Something I like to do for entertainment, is dance. What, you've never seen a large, white furry creature dance before? Because I live in the snow, I do not have to be graceful. The snow coats my thunderous steps, allowing me to twist and twirl silently. If I happen to fall, I land into nature’s soft, white, wet and cold cushion of the snow. When I am not dancing, I am walking through the land, searching for another being like me. I am lonely, and I would love to find another living being identical to me, so that I have a dance partner. I cannot be the only one like me in the world. I know that I am good at hiding, so any other creature such as I, would most likely be good at camouflage too, especially if they are white like me. I know I am large, and I also have a lot of patience. One day, I will find my dance partner. And on that day, I will embrace the world, allowing all to see me, no longer blending in with the universe around me. But until then, I will remain a mystery, known only to those who have been lucky enough to catch a glimpse of me. Dance on, my friends, dance on.
Your pet becomes an expert at finding its own food!Words with Pets
Even with 18 sports already established in PnF, there were plenty of pets who just couldn’t hope to compete in any of them. Naturally that made them all feel very, VERY left out. So they held a meeting to work out what to do. Some said they wanted to compete with hula hoops, others wanted to fly kites, but no suggestion made had enough possible competitors to make it into a sport instead of a solo demonstration.
One of the pandas, who was really fed up, decided to vent her feelings. “This is unacceptable!” she said. “Incomprehensible! Insufferable!”
“Unsatisfactory!” rumbled a Yeti.
“Exceptionable!” scowled a starfish.
“Inconcssssssseivable!” added a garter snake.
Everyone looked at the snake.
“I heard it in a film,” he explained.
“With that many esses?” asked a hermit crab.
“Well that’s the way snakes spell it,” said the snake. “And it scores better with more esses in it.”
Then he had to explain about scoring in “Words with Pets”, and since everyone present seemed to be able to use long words to explain how bad it was that they had no sport to play, soon they were all playing “Words with Pets”.
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