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Apparently to promote the new Butch Hartman series "Bunsen is a Beast", Nick whipped up a short featuring three of Hartman's previous works Fairly Oddparents, Danny Phantom and TUFF Puppy. Well... that could have been a little longer. But you know, as a big fan of Hartman's work, I was still really glad to see all those characters in one setting. (I think I've made it clear I'm a big fan of Danny Phantom. Also yes, I'm implying I liked TUFF Puppy... leave me alone, it was fun.) I looked into some info on Bunsen Is A Beast too (which if you don't know is about a monster who goes to school with human kids, har har, shenanigans) and it seems like a fun series, but I haven't watched a full episode yet. I wonder how it stacks up to his other series. Although to be fair, I think anything has a leg up on modern FOP, cough cough, just sayin'...
This isn't for any project or anything, I'm only looking for a few Love stories to read for...personal reasons. I want something short and sweet. And no Romeo and Juliet, for I have already read that. If possible, I would like to be able to read it off the internet, not so much like an E-book, but more like a story made by someone and posted online. Your suggestions will be most appreciated. Rock on!
A man walks through a forest, until he reaches a clearing in the middle. He finds a golden harp as tall as he is, with a golden head emblazoned upon it. As the man approaches the harp, the mouth on the head of the harp opens, and speaks, "Tell me, why have you traveled here?" The man responds, "I have wandered throughout many lands, just to find you. I have heard tales of the advice that you give. My kingdom is in trouble, so I decided I needed your council." The harp replies, "Very well. I shall give you my advice, without even hearing your problem. My advice is: The sky is green!" The man responds, "What do you mean green? The sky is clearly blue!" He says, pointing to the sky, forgetting that the harp doesn't have eyes. The harp responds, "Are you calling me a... lyre?"