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The doorbell was answered by 'Sparrow' who met the good old Mrs Eugene.

"Hi, cute kitty, is daddy home?"

"Gone".

"Ok, when he's back tell him to take that sign out of the door".

"I'll tell him, but no".

"What do you mean by but no? Mrs Eugene was starting to think that the boy was stupid".

"He won't".

"Look, little kitty, that sign can mean a lot of trouble to every resident of this block".

"No".

"If he does not take it out, I'll inform the authorities."

"No".

"No? We'll see it..."

"No".

"Look, for God's sake; why not?!"

"For God's sake!"

After this reply Mrs Eugene determined that 'Sparrow' was too dumb to be worthy of her time, so she just left without even saying goodbye.

"But you can come to eat anytime" said the boy, which only made the lady to walk out faster.

Sparrow closed the door, on it there was a sing which simply said:




H U N G R Y ?


K N O C K !



A translated fragment of a collection of episodes I am writing in Spanish.

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Playing is the most important thing life...



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