Cookie runs up behind Michelle and gives her a snuggy.
Cookie them grabs some mud pies and starts throwing them at Slik. Then everyone gets in on the action and starts slinging mud at each other. GGRROOOSSSSSS.
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OMGOSH!!! I ALWAYS wanted a snuggie!!!! and to think all i had to do was walk around in my undies for one
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