One house, Two people, Five Rabbits! (Oh - and a cat.)
... ankles brought me bananas.
Who is nibbling at my little house?
... there was a little house on the back deck. Then I ate it. The end.
We were happy in our house. Then the squirrels came. The squirrels wanted to live in the house. We had to unite. We formed an army. We got uniforms. The cats wanted to help us fight off the squirrels. The uniforms did not fit the cats. They wanted their own uniforms. We did not have enough money for more uniforms. We got popcorn to sell as a fundraiser to buy uniforms for the cats. The squirrels broke in and ate the popcorn. Now we need to buy a microwave to nuke the squirrels. The cats say that it will make the popcorn pop inside of the squirrels. We don't know. We want to test it first. The cats will not volunteer.
Already in awe of what has been written, but what about what happened before once upon a time, what about what happened before there was a grey and white bunny in a little house on the back deck, before the squirrels and cats, and even before the uniforms. There was a time before the once, when it was twice upon a time, no it wasn't just twice upon a time, it was infinity upon a time because anything could happen. Fact is anything still can happen, just ask the bunny in the little house on the back deck......
...there were two people who lived in a house and they were free and rulers of their household. But, sometimes they were lonely. Then one rabbit came into their lives and then another, and another, until before they knew it they had ten, yes ten rabbits. Slowly but surely the rabbits, led by their fearless leader the Princess, assumed control of the household. The two people spent a great deal of time furnishing accommodations and decadent nutrition for the rabbits. In fact they became bun-dentured servants to the new rulers of the house. However, they came to realize the rabbits had taken over their hearts as well. So even though they are no longer the rulers of the household they are certainly not lonely anymore!
My vote is for Silver; who probably always got A's in school for creative writing.
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