I think we can all agree that Snuggle is snuggly soft. I mean, he's a teddy
bear, for Christ's sake; you don't get much more snuggly soft than a teddy
bear. However, Snuggle has crossed the line.
When Snuggle was just pushing his fresh scent, that was one thing. Sure,
the girl didn't want to smell Snuggle's blanketdidn't want to put Snuggle's
chemicals into her bodybut Snuggle convinced her she would enjoy it, and
once the girl tried it, there was no going back.
Letting a snuggly soft chemical-huffing pusher into our living rooms is bad
enough, but Snuggles' snuggly success has gone to his head. Snuggle now not
only rules the laundry room, Snuggle is smug about it. When a friendly but
lonely and desperate porcupine wanders into the laundry room, he is quickly
turned away. This is Snuggle territory; push your wares on some other block.
Snuggle has become so unbelievably rude. He doesn't console the porcupine,
letting him know that perhaps in the backyard or garage, the porcupine's prickly sharpness
might come in handy. No, instead, Snuggle gives the porcupine a grin and
a self-pleasing "Buh-bye."
How soon Snuggle has forgotten that he once too had to convince people of
the wonder of his innate snuggly softness.
We should all heed the warning
of Snuggle's gift; you may be the snuggliest and softest snuggly soft
animal in the house and you might have the springest freshest spring fresh
scent, but that doesn't give you the right to be rude to those less soft and
less spring fresh. What will that same turned-out house wife say to Snuggle
when her lawn is full of leaves? Remember this day, noble porcupine; remember
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