Five Card Story: Rodger and his Teddy Bear

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Rodger likes teddy bears, even though he is 32 years old he still collects them. When he was a child, his mother and father used to always buy him stuffed animals, he has never outgrown his childhood. One day when rogder has awoken to a frightening noise that came from the bathroom. He had seen a trail of leaves going to and from his bathroom. Rodger had gotten curious, so Rodger decided to go and see what was in the bathroom. One he reached the bathroom, he had seen his favorite teddy bear sittig in the sink, dripping wet. He asked his teddy bear "what has happened to you!" He heard one of his doors open and close, so he ran to the window and looked to see a man running down the street, naked. Rodger had quickly ran to the phone, dialing 911. Once he had gotten a hold of the police he had reported that his house was broken in to. The police asked what the problem was, Rodger replied "A man broke into my house, and, and.. well there's nothing missing." The policeman anserwed "sorry sir, you can't file a police report for a man breaking into your house, and not stealing any personal belongings." Rodger started to get very angry with the police man. So he hung up the phone and went for a walk with his teddy bear Henry, to cool his temper.

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