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Jake felt wretched as he watched over the giant beast that struggled fruitlessly within the ropes, looking as mad as all hell, when suddenly it broke free, took a bloody huge bounce towards him and started kicking him in the head.
Taking things for granted is all too easy, and having grown up in a place where I’ve seen the beautiful giant that is the Red Kangaroo and many other amazing mammals, I just wanted to state categorically that I’m grateful to have witnessed, experienced and even occasionally touched such beauty.
Bank withdrawl slips, business cards, phone numbers, wadded up bills, loose coins, a ballpoint pen, two shopping lists, some small screws, the directions to a meeting, lint, a broken watch, keys, some unidentifiable crumbs—and that just represents three or four day’s accumlation in my jeans pockets—I hesitate to speculate what the inside of an adult kangaroo’s pocket might contain.
Lou-anne didn’t even realise she was the troublemaker until it was all too late.
Well, sure, I’m going to pick Skippy, but only if I get to be the kangaroo.
In America you can make a lot of money with a traveling kangaroo show, and the business plan is fairly easy to write yourself if you’re planning on applying for a bank loan to get started.
As June approached and the weather turned sweltering, Juan found himself singing “Six White Boomers” and struggling to understand what it was like for those wacky Australians who celebrated Christmas in the middle of summer.
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