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Rainbows and cleaning.

Mum there's a rainbow outside.
Did you know that in the book at school, it says that at the end of the rainbow there's a pot of gold.
We should walk to the end of the rainbow Mum. We can have all the gold in the pot.
There's no pot of gold.
What is there then?

Dirt for the lilies.
That bloody lying book.

Hubba!! Come in here RIGHT NOW and clean your room! No TV! No iPod!
Ok Ok!
Put your shoes away!
Put everything back on the drawer!

Make your bed!
Move your toys!

Pick up ALL your washing and put it in the basket!
Why are there cornflakes in your kinetic sand!?!?

And hang up all your jackets!!!!

OpShop bargain of the day.
A brand new silk tripod for $5.
Normal price, $60 NZD.



Me said…
I saw a Japanese movie once, where at the end of the rainbow was where the foxes and fox spirits (kitsune) had their weddings, and they didn't like humans to see, so if you saw you had to commit Seppuku. This kids mom warned him but he snuck out, and when he got back his mom had a message from the foxes. So he had to go past the end of the rainbow to go appeal to the Fox King.

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