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Pete and Rascal were best friends and brothers. They were always together. They had a lot of fun together. Also, they competed with each other sometimes. But they enjoyed playing so much that their small arguments never lasted very long.
These puppies had great personalities. Everyone liked them because they were so friendly. But like most animals, they were not perfect. In fact, they cared a little too much about the way that they looked.
Of course, this was not all their fault. Their human family was always taking their pictures and talked about how “adorable” the puppies were. After a while, Pete and Rascal started to believe what they heard.
One afternoon, the puppies were resting after a long game. They had been wrestling, which was their favorite sport. Their talk soon turned to their good looks. “Today, a little girl told me that I am as cute as a button,” Pete said. “Now, I’m not sure that buttons are cute, but I think she meant it. Sometimes it’s hard to look this good.”
“I know just what you mean,” said Rascal. “Just a few hours ago, a little girl told me that she could eat me up. I was scared at first, but I think she was trying to be nice.”
“That may be,” Pete said, “but of course you are not as cute as I am.”
“Excuse me,” said Rascal, “that is not true. There are two pictures of me on the refrigerator, and only one of you. Just think about that for a minute.”
“There’s only one way to settle this,” Pete said. “Let’s have a contest to see who is the cutest puppy.”
“You’re on!” said Rascal.
The puppies agreed that the competition would be held in two days, which would give them plenty of time to get ready. But a funny thing happened as they practiced wagging their tails and walking down the hall: they grew apart. They were so focused on the contest that they did not have time to play or talk as they usually did.
Finally, the day of the contest came. Rascal was perfecting his walk. Pete was wagging his tail one last time. Suddenly, Rascal bumped into Pete. At that moment, both puppies realized that they had not practiced playing. It was time to get to work.
Pete and Rascal played for so long that they forgot to have their contest. Finally, when they were so exhausted that they could not stand, they fell to the floor. “Let’s face it,” Pete said. “We’re both awfully cute. Anyway, who cares? Playing with you is more important than some silly contest.”
“I know,” said Rascal. “Let’s make sure that we never let anything so silly come between us again.”
From that day forward, the puppies never argued again about who was cuter.
The animals agreed that this made sense. There was no reason a pineapple should challenge a hare unless it had a clever plan of some sort. So the animals, wanting to back a winner, all cheered for the pineapple.
I was visiting New England and was told that Innsmouth was cheap to visit. It used to be a mill town, but was mostly abandoned. The people who I asked didn't have much to say about the town, so I looked up more in the library.
I found out that there were rumours of devil worship there, but I went anyway. I was the only person on the bus except for the driver.
When I got to my hotel, I saw that everyone in Innsmouth looked similar and their skulls were strangely shaped.
I met a man named Zadok Allen, who told me stories about the town. He said there were monsters that lived in the ocean. He claimed that the people who lived there killed visitors because the monsters told them to.
I didn't believe him, so he took me to the docks and showed me.
The townspeople and the monsters chased us, but I hid in the bushes and they didn't find me. After I escaped, I went back to Boston and the government blew up the town.
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