Sam and Max, The Mischievous Cousins

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic
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Submitted: December 26, 2016

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"Sa-," Mom started. Max yelled, "Coming!" "How did you know what I was going to say?" Mom asked as the brothers ran down the stairs. Sam panted. "Because Grandpa always comes around three in the afternoon on Saturdays!" "Huh." Mom looked impressed. The boys went to the living room and saw the back of Great Grandpa Henry's head in his usual spot- The old recliner. Max ran over and flung himself on Grandpa's lap. Grandpa chuckled. "Hey boys!" "Grandpa! Are you  going to tell us a story today?" Sam said, already knowing the answer. "Why, Sam,  Why do you think I would come over today if I wasn't going to tell you a story?" Grandpa said, stroking his gray mustache. "Of course he's going to, Sam! That was a stupid question." Max said bluntly. Grandpa laughed a deep, hearty laugh. "Ok you two, settle down." As the boys sat down on the  floor, Grandpa started. "When I was about ten, so probably around Sam's age. Sam nodded. "My parents invited my Uncle Frank and my Aunt Doris from California to come stay with us for a week. They gladly accepted. So in about August they came to Portland with my cousins, and I hadn't met them yet so it was exciting. Their names are Tommy and Julia, and they were probably six and eight at that time. I think you've met Julia before, but not Tom. Anyway, they seemed like such nice kids that Randall, Beth and I invited them to go fishing with us at Big Bass lake down the road from our house. They politely agreed. So the next day we set out trekking down the road with our fishing poles, tackle boxes, and a basket full of beverages and snacks. We were shocked to realize that Tommy and Julia were actually huge brats. Julia whined and complained that her feet hurt, that she was tired, that she was hot, you know, that sort of thing.  It was miserable. Tommy was no different, though he didn't whine and complain,  He threw Beth's first fish that she caught by herself back into the water, making her cry. He took all the good snacks and beverages for  himself. He also Made fun of Randall's fish when He caught a catfish, he said the fish looked like Randall. Even worse, when we got home, and we all went to bed on the den floor,  I overheard my parents whispering about how much they hated having the Miller family with us. Uncle Frank and Aunt Doris were taking Mom and Dad's room, though my parents had created a nice area for them in the den, they insisted  that they needed comfort, and took the bed. the rest of the week went slow, though not as bad as the first days. And now Tom and Julia are not bad anymore, in fact Tom works in New York city, and Julia is married and has 4 kids  and still lives in California." Sam and Max were glad they didn't have cousins like that. 


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