Beeline for the OutBack

English: A plain glazed donut. This was bought...

English: A plain glazed donut. This was bought at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Brooklyn. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“Hey Sam, have a donut?” the CountyVet asks.
Sam reaches from an inside pocket and pulls out a glazed donut, “for a mere two-bits, yes.”
The CountyVet gives Sam a funny look and takes the donut, “It’s for Grouchero here,” the CountyVet wraps a pill in it, “His yearly booster, full of vitamins and nutrients and other good things he needs before denning up.”
Sam shrugs, “Can’t blame a man for trying.”
CountyVet turns to Old Grouch and pries one side of his mouth up, “Here it comes, down the hatch.”
Old Glruch sniffs the donut and gladly swallows the pilled-up donut.
“There You go Grouchero, we’re done, now that wans’t so bad was it?” CountyVet asks.
Old grouch just sits there.
Twistine shrugs, holds her fingers to the sides of her mouth and whistles, “THWEEPPP-FEEEPPP!!!”
Old Grouch gives a grunt, hops off and makes a beeline straight for the Outback woods.


About offroad2084

Work on the Work In Progress, MyDay in HicksTown. A light-hearted look at life in the fictional town of HicksTown in WeenerMan Township.
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