The Purple Meat Eater


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  • Hi Max!
  • Hi monster!
  • Purple Meat Eater!
  • I can't!
  • Tell me what you have!
  • Stop calling me that!
  • Purple Meat Eater!
  • Stupid John!
  • Once upon a time there was a land of monsters with big heads who liked to live under people's beds.
  • Hi!
  • Hi!
  • The monsters were nice and people didn't run away like mice.
  • Except for a monster named Ed, who made his home under Billy's bed.
  • You live here too?
  • Yeah!
  • The other monsters weren't any sweeter, they called Ed the "Purple Meat Eater".
  • Ready or not, here I come!
  • The "Purple Meat Eater" didn't eat meats, he only liked to eat sweet treats.
  • His friend John got mad because he didn't tell him what he had.
  • Aaaaah!
  • John told everyone that Ed had gone and ate a swan!
  • What should we do?
  • Then, they never liked to play together.
  • We only eat sweet treats.
  • All the other monsters called Ed the Purple Meat Eater, so he fled.
  • Goodnight monsters!
  • Ed was very sad, but also mad.
  • He thought his life was bad, until he met Tad.
  • Because Tad was clear, no one had fear.
  • Ed and Tad were both sad, then they both felt silly when they found out they live by Billy.
  • From that day, they continued to play and were friends forever.
  • One day Billy went to get his shoes and found out some scary news!
  • That Tad and Ed were on his bed!
  • After a few days, Ed and Tad found out that Billy was scared of monsters and they cared.
  • Ed and Billy had to meet and told him "We only eat sweet treats".
  • Billy was never afraid because of Ed's aid,
  • Now the monster's called him Ed and they all lived under Billy's bed.

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