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And it got even spookier, because then more socks and undergarments started coming out from behind walls, baskets, and detergent dunes, all saying, “Lawn . . lawn . . lawn . ” Sort of like the Munchkins in Munchkinland, but instead of little people, they were socks, boxer shorts, jockey shorts, stretched-out grandpa underwear, huge granny girdles—every kind of sock and undergarment, in every size and shape. Some were dirty, some clean, some wet, some dry. ” CHAPTER 8 Long Time No See N ow that was a shocker.
Whooooooooooooo . . heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee . ” 54 “Shush! ” “Whooooooooooooo . . heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee . ” “Fer th’ t’ird toim,” he whispered. ” “Whoooooooooooo . . heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee . ” Tubesock thought the Two-Headed tyke was trying to be funny, and he didn’t find it funny at all. “Go ahead,” he whispered loudly. So loudly, it could hardly be considered a whisper. ” “Whoooooooooooo . . heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee . ” “Okay now,” he said, now trembling with anger. ” “Whooooooooooooo . . heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .
The fur looked like blue-gray lint from a clothes dryer. Mixed in with the lint was other stuff: human hair, used Band-Aids, toothpicks, dental floss, keys, coins, sticks, stones, small rodents, frogs—anything that might get stuck in the lint trap of a dryer. With all that stuff sticking out, they looked like gigantic, scary porcupines. T 41 We had to figure out a way to get by them. This was easy enough for Mighty and Tubesock. They could just hop into one of the hampers—they’d fit right in. The twins just pulled their diaper up over their heads and looked like a plain old diaper—with legs.