BOUNCE! by Ghostbear

BOUNCE!

Ghostbear

9 December 2015 at 15:04:13 MST

"See Sammy? Now THIS is science. Wheeee...
It's called... graphit. Mhh nu... graffity!"
A next minute or so was just filled with laughter, high pitched, youthful squealing noises, a mattress crying out for mercy and a soft crinkle as Sascha just bounced up and down on his bed.
Then the little bear hybrid finally flopped down on his awesome Sapce-themed, purple bedsheets and blanket, panting and still giggling.
His plushie lynx Sammy seemed to have enjoy the bouncy ride as well.
"Yes, you're right, Sammy" Sascha nodded at his companion who looked like he wanted to tell something. "Graffity wasn't the right word. I fink it's .. g..gra...gravity."
He nuzzled up to Sammy.
"Isn't science fun?"

Who didn't do this as a child? I surely know that I did. ^.^
Got me in trouble sometimes when I was too rough...and still. Even broke my leg once.
And I so want those bedsheets and blanket and pillow.
Now! On the spot. And the jammies, if you're at it.
Thank you soooo much, tipard ! YOu really did an amazing job. I'm so hapy with it.
Thankies!

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    For science! Ouch, you broke your leg doing that???

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      Well, technically my mum was breaking my leg by accident. I used to jump from her lap onto the bed from the nerby rocking chair ... always getting a careful push so I would fly longer. I loved that and always wanted that (so no, I don't think it's my mum's fault at all). One day she threw me so unlucky that my leg tangled up in the bedsheet, I landed on it with my full weight and it broke.

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        Ouch, poor bear/lynx!

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          Yeah I think that wasn't much fun ... a 2-year old with his leg in plaster.
          Terrific ^.^'

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            Ouch!

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              I can't remember that it hurt. Just my mum going crazy ^.^' But tying down a little boy and telling him that he's not allowed to run around for the next couple weeks can't be fun ^^'

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                Oh, no, but at least you don't remember it hurting and you were ok. :)