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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the
 
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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas,
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas, and
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas, and itching
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked
 
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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone
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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance.
 
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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom couldn't
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom couldn't think
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom couldn't think why
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom couldn't think why Mable
 
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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom couldn't think why Mable couldn't
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom couldn't think why Mable couldn't understand
 

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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom couldn't think why Mable couldn't understand the
 
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Once there was a scruffy little Monkey called Boom-Boom. He had purple hair that stuck to his forehead and his neck. One day he sneezed so hard that his eyes dried out and turned red.

Regrettably, his doctor told him his retina was malfunctioning. He dreamed that one eye would be healed, so he contacted an Optometrist to schedule an appointment. The doctor looked at his notes, nodded his head, and smiled knowingly. Boom-Boom was getting nervous but he didn't show any emotion because he knew what the doctor would do.

The pain was so intense, that thoughts became increasingly ethereal, especially those ones concerning bananas and as bananas were becoming painfully scarce, Boom-Boom despairingly tried burrowing his face into the doctor's chest. Serendipitously, the banana dilemma was eradicated!

Meanwhile, Boom-Boom's predilection for optimism had succumbed to the pessimistic realities of his poignant memories of his sneeze. Still, Boom-Boom refused, surrendering reality because he hated the ominous feeling of impending chaos. Suddenly, a kangaroo named "Kronos the Magnificent" hopped towards me fiercely and kicked off all of Boom-Boom's fleas. Relieved of the fleas and itching, it attacked almost everyone within jumping distance. Boom-Boom couldn't think why Mable couldn't understand the technicalities
 

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