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The Ooh Yeah Thing

By Allan James Welsh All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Humor

Chapter 1

Baby Tim: “Oi are you awake?”

Baby Tom: “Nah still sleeping dude!”

Baby Tim: “No you’re not!”

Baby Tom: “Really? Sharp today bro!”

Baby Tim: “Screw you man!”

Baby Tom: “You wish!”

Baby Tim: “What’s that mean anyway…screw you?”

Baby Tom: “I dunno do I ya dork!”

Baby Tim: “What’s a dork?”

Baby Tom: “Dunno”

Baby Tim: “Oh shit…no…not again!”

Baby Tom: “What’s up bro?"

Baby Tim: “It’s that bloody thing again!”

Baby Tom: “Oh not that ooh yeah thing again?”

Baby Tim: “Yeah that big boy ooh yeah thing”

Baby Tom: “Ah shit dude, that means…”

Baby Tim: “Yeah….nose dive, belly flop time…I hate that!”

Baby Tom: “I aint going on my belly again dude…fuck that shit!”

Baby Tim: “What choice we got man?”

Baby Tom: “Kick it!”

Baby Tim: “What?”

Baby Tom: “Kick it…kick the ooh yeah thing dude!”

Baby Tim: “Kick it?”

Baby Tom: “Yeah dude kick it hard!”

Baby Tim: “Are you gonna kick it?”

Baby Tom: “Aah shit man look at that fucker!”

Baby Tim: “Dude that things even closer than before!”

Baby Tom: “Kick the fucker man!”

Baby Tim: “Let’s both kick it man!”

Baby Tom: “I will if you will bro?”

Baby Tim: “Fuck sake that thing touched me dude, it fucking touched my foot!”

Baby Tom: “We gotta start kicking man, kicking hard…..you ready?”

Baby Tim: “Yeah bro! Let’s kick the crap outta that big boy ooh yeah thing!”

Baby Tom: “On three dude….1…2…3”

Baby Tim: “Take that ya fucker!”

Baby Tom: “And that ya wank stain!”

Man: “Ow oh shit!”

Lady: “What babe? What’s wrong?”

Man: “Sorry babe…babies kicking again…can we…you know?”

Lady: “Ooh… go on then”

Baby Tim: “Ha Ha! It’s gone dude! The things gone!”

Baby Tom: “Fuck man! Yeah!”

Baby Tim: “We showed that big boy dude!”

Baby Tom: “Yeah…sure did bro!”

Baby Tim: “High five bro!”

Baby Tom: “Yeah…High five…What’s high five?”

Baby Tim: “Dunno?”

Man: “Ooh yeah baby”

Baby Tom: “What? What he’s doing now?”

Baby Tim: “Dunno dude but..shit…she’s rolled…nooooo!”

Baby Tom: “Back door man dude…fucking back door!”

Baby Tim: “When I get outta here, he is in soooo much shit dude!”

Baby Tom: “I think he’s in the shit now dude!”

Baby Tim: “Nice one bro! Nice one! High Five!”

Baby Tom: “What the fuck is high five bro?”

Baby Tim: “I dunno dude…I dunno!”

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