Cakey Snake had always loved picturesque Phuntak with its grieving, gifted Garden. It was a place where she felt happy. She was a gracious, ruthless, tea drinker with chubby spots and dirty lips. Her friends saw her as a sour, scandalous snake. Once, she had even brought a short baby flamingo back from the brink of death. That's the sort of woman he was. Cakey walked over to the window and reflected on her wild surroundings. The rain hammered like running rats. Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Minney Mouse. Minney was an adorable mouse with fragile spots and red lips. Cakey gulped. She was not prepared for Minney. As Cakey stepped outside and Minney came closer, she could see the knowing smile on his face. "I am here because I want equality," Minney bellowed, in a smart tone. He slammed his fist against Cakey's chest, with the force of 5253 monkeys. "I frigging love you, Cakey Snake." Cakey looked back, even more ferocious and still fingering the tiny banana. "Minney, let's move in together," she replied. They looked at each other with sad feelings, like two poor, pongy puppies shouting at a very admirable holiday, which had flute music playing in the background and two arrogant uncles thinking to the beat. Suddenly, Minney lunged forward and tried to punch Cakey in the face. Quickly, Cakey grabbed the tiny banana and brought it down on Minney's skull. Minney's fragile spots trembled and his red lips wobbled. He looked grumpy, his body raw like a real, rapid rock. Then he let out an agonising groan and collapsed onto the ground. Moments later Minney Mouse was dead. Cakey Snake went back inside and made herself a nice cup of tea.
Cakey Snake had always loved picturesque Phuntak with its grieving, gifted Garden. It was a place where she felt happy.

She was a gracious, ruthless, tea drinker with chubby spots and dirty lips. Her friends saw her as a sour, scandalous snake. Once, ... snakes stories
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The story is about a snake and a mouse. It tells how. The mouse wanted to be friends with the snake.

Cakey Snake had always loved picturesque Phuntak with its grieving, gifted Garden. It was a place where she felt happy. She was a gracious, ruthless, tea drinker with chubby spots and dirty lips. Her friends saw her as a sour, scandalous snake. Once, she had even brought a short baby flamingo back from the brink of death. That's the sort of woman he was. Cakey walked over to the window and reflected on her wild surroundings. The rain hammered like running rats. Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Minney Mouse. Minney was an adorable mouse with fragile spots and red lips. Cakey gulped. She was not prepared for Minney. As Cakey stepped outside and Minney came closer, she could see the knowing smile on his face. "I am here because I want equality," Minney bellowed, in a smart tone. He slammed his fist against Cakey's chest, with the force of 5253 monkeys. "I frigging love you, Cakey Snake." Cakey looked back, even more ferocious and still fingering the tiny banana. "Minney, let's move in together," she replied. They looked at each other with sad feelings, like two poor, pongy puppies shouting at a very admirable holiday, which had flute music playing in the background and two arrogant uncles thinking to the beat. Suddenly, Minney lunged forward and tried to punch Cakey in the face. Quickly, Cakey grabbed the tiny banana and brought it down on Minney's skull. Minney's fragile spots trembled and his red lips wobbled. He looked grumpy, his body raw like a real, rapid rock. Then he let out an agonising groan and collapsed onto the ground. Moments later Minney Mouse was dead. Cakey Snake went back inside and made herself a nice cup of tea.

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