...in awhile before he would disappear through the brush. She would chase
him between trees, through creeks, and tall grass. She was nearly caught up
to him when he ran through a hollow log that was laying on the ground. Alice
tried go through it herself on all fours but she became stuck. Her head stuck
out one end and her bottom out the other.
"Oh dear." She said. "HEEEEEEELP! I say can anybody help me?"
There was some rustling in the bushes and two very ugly, fat, pug-faced twins
stepped into view.
"Oh ahh hello there." Alice said. "Could you please help me out of this log
"Look brother, a it's a girl." Tweedle-Dee said.
"Yes, brother and she appears to be stuck." Tweedle-Dum replied.
"This is just as I was telling you brother, opportunity strikes at any time."
"Well yes brother you were certainly correct." Tweedle-Dum acknowleged.
"You know I really hate to break up this lovely bit of sibling bonding but
could either of you dumb gits please bother to help me out of this log?"
Alice cried out in exasperation.
"Fairly rude isn't she brother?" Dum said.
"Aye she is, and none to bright brother. After all why would we release a
pretty young captive before having our way with her?" Dee asked.
"Too true brother, too true." Dum agreed.
"Hey! Now you two wait just one second you have no right to...HEY STOP
THAT!!!" Alice shreaked.
Dum had worked his way around behind he and rolled up ...