By Orlov, Aleksandr Orlov
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This meerkat goes to Weston-super-Mare to play slot machine and snog stranger outside closed beach bar or stand in middle of gigantic empty car park when feeling sickness of home in Kalahari. PARTYKAT Bangkok A 24-hour party animal. If there’s a dance club having a massive dance party, Partykat is surely going to be there with glow sticks, disco pants and spirit of sexiness. This meerkat love spiritualism of Bangkok dance scene and has taken ‘sacred vow of the boogie’. Now committed to new life of throwing shapes in golden temple of dance.
He stood at almost 5 feets, they said, and his claws were sharp as razor knives, and his stink…was unspeakable. He was determined on total conquerment and had, so far, stamped on any creature who had stepped in his path. (All this is told in my Great Uncle Vassily’s forty-one volume History of the Mongoose Wars. ) Vitaly had flat paws so had to settle for the Meerkovo Home Guard. At this time, the head of Orlov family was Kefentse’s Great Grandson, Vitaly. ) Vitaly was fearlessness. He would think nothings of taking on all a whole mob of mongooses with only a sickle and a hammer to defend himself with.
They became intimateness. One day a messenger arrived from the court of the Czar. As reward for his fearlessness, Czar Alexei the First (he was the ruler of all the Russias and very powerful) wished to present Vitaly with the Order of the Purple Claw, the most prestigious prize in Russia. He would also receive a great mansion-palace, built for him specials in his hometown. Suddenly Vitaly felt much better. He and Valentina and Sergeant Serge took the next convoy back to Meerkovo. There they discovered that the streets were full of cheering meerkats.
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