There is a tiger. The tiger’s name is Tony. His name is Tony the Tiger. The tiger wants to eat. Tony has many Frosted Flakes. Tony eats Frosted Flakes all the time. He eats Frosted Flakes Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Now, he does not want to eat Frosted Flakes. He does not like Frosted Flakes. Tonywants to eat Trix. He knows there is a rabbit that has Trix. The rabbit is called Silly Rabbit.
Tony the tiger goes to Silly Rabbit’s house. He says, “Silly Rabbit, I want to eat Trix. Do you have any Trix? ” Silly Rabbit responds. “No, I don’t have any Trix.” Silly Rabbit knows there is a boy in Walla Walla, Washington that has the Trix. He says, “But I know that there is a boy in Walla Walla, Washington that has the Trix.”
They both go to Walla Walla, Washington. There is a boy named Dudley. Dudley has many boxes of Trix. He has two thousand and nine boxes of Trix. Tony the tiger says to the boy, “I want to eat. I want to eat some Trix. Can I have some Trix?” Dudley gives the Trix to Tony the Tiger. Tony shouts “They’re great!”
Silly Rabbit asks the child, “Can I have some Trix?” And Dudley the boy replies, “Silly Rabbit, Trix are for kids!” Tony the tiger is happy.
Silly Rabbit is sad.
Source: Tawanna Billingsley, TPRS Stories (translated from Spanish)