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    • Once there was a little monkey named Kiki Marie. After cleaning her room sixteen times, she tookher allowance to the magnet store. There were many magnets to choose from. She picked thewiener dog, and paid one nickel. And she loved the wiener dog magnet very much. She took iteverywhere she would go, and showed it all of her favourite places. But as she got close to the river,where real wiener dogs live, something strange started to happen. Real wiener dogs were sticking toher magnet. She tried to walk on, hoping they would just fall off or something. But they didn’t.Finally the dogs were so heavy she couldn’t even carry them anymore. She wished she had picked adifferent magnet. Suddenly, she heard a loud noise! There, in the river, were two alligators trappedin the rapids! Kiki Marie had an idea. She gathered all her strength (mostly from eating broccoli), andhurled the wiener dogs across the river. Due to the magnetism, they formed a magnetic wiener dogbridge. And the alligators collapsed in safety. The king of All Alligators presented Kiki Marie with ablue ribbon for saving the day. And she, and all of the wiener dogs, slept very soundly that night.The end.