Wonderbutt Ate the World (Most of It)
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In other news, our bulldog, otherwise known as Wonderbutt, has finally achieved his goal of consuming almost the entire planet Earth. I knew it would happen sometime, but was not expecting it quite this soon. The problem is, I can’t quite figure out which portion got saved. If you are reading this, I am assuming you are part of the lucky landmass I rescued. If you are not reading this, then I am very sorry for not being quite as vigilant as I planned.
I am somewhat geographically and majorly map-amatically challenged. But I am pretty certain that our planet has currently more than the 2 continents originally included on Wonderbutt’s Orbee ball.
These would be the post-Pangean continents of Laurasia and Gondwanaland, I am assuming. I can’t really identify them by their shape. But the one below is the one I saved after Wonderbutt focused all of his chewing ability on the ball for 20 minutes straight.
The other continent showed no signs of detaching, so I gave the ball back to Wonderbutt and made a mental note to check on him every five minutes.
About 15 minutes later, the other continent was gone. Due to Wonderbutt’s incontinent chewing.
I won’t go into detail about what happened to that ill-fated section of terra firma…
This particular Orbee ball, which received a 5 out of 5 on its “Chew-o-meter scale” according to the company literature, will, unfortunately, not be the recipient of the P.A.W. (Product Approved by Wonderbutt) award. Although, I have to say that the planet without continents seems to be quite sturdy.
I’m sure there is a message in that somewhere.