Tuesday, March 07, 2006

StarrySpark and Grocery Girl - Episode 12

At the operation center, StarrySpark and Grocery Girl have tracked down the evil little leprechauns who absconded with their super stuff.

StarrySpark: All right you ugly little leprechauns. Drop our stuff and back away. Even without our super powers, it would be a sad day when StarrySpark and Grocery Girl couldn't deal with the likes of you.

Evil Little Leprechaun: guh nih-heh on cot hoo iss guh nih-heh on jowel on cot (May the cat eat you and the devil eat the cat).

Grocery Girl: Hmmmm..... I'm not even sure what you just said you ugly little leprechaun, but you had your chance to go peacefully. Let's get our stuff back StarrySpark.

Alfreeda (Shouting from the other room): DO NOT MAKE A MESS IN THE LIVING ROOM. I AM NOT CLEANING IT UP.

Will the evil little leprechaun's try something tricky? Will everything in the living room get smashed to pieces? Which cleaner is used to get leprechaun smears off the wall? Tune in tomorrow for the next exciting episode of StarrySpark and Grocery Girl. Episode 13 - The girls are in a jam.

StarrySpark and Grocery Girl Episode Guide.


Anonymous said...

It is rumored that super hero Rumblin Stumble Foot has returned and with a vengeance against the evil Leprechaun King. He intends to team up with Starry Spark and Grocery Girl to defeat his plans for world domination mixed with random acts of evil.

Who is this new hero? Where is he from? Does he have a cape? Will he team up with our super heroes and defeat the Jake Blues look-alike villain?

Anonymous said...

StarrySpark don’t worry about the mess we have just the product for your troubles. It can be a heck of an asset if you get the Superpets as sidekicks. Don’t hold back and whack away at those pesky little buggers. They look like little rodents so you may want to use Rat Traps not those live traps either, but don’t fret Oxygen Bleach can come to your clean up rescue.

Oxygen bleach (sodium percarbonate) is excellent for cleaning and removing organic stains (such as coffee, tea, wine, fruit juices, foods, sauces, grass and Leprechaun blood) from fabrics, plastics, fiberglass, porcelain, ceramics, wood, carpets, asphalt, concrete, field hockey sticks etc. Oxygen bleach can be used in any place in or around the house that need to be destained and deodorized; it is efficient, safe and economical.

It is non-toxic, environmentally safe, biodegradable, and leaves no harmful by-products or residues which can harm the environment.
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Anonymous said...

Leprechaun King I’ve been intently reading your evil doings and have been taken great pleasure in the fact that a good-fella brother Leprechaun is finally advancing a little in this big man’s world. I’ve been passively watching you toy with them Junior Superheroes, like lab mice trying to figure out the maze to get that piece of green cheese. I don’t see any problem with you trying to exercise your entrepreneurial right to advance in this world. The big man is trying to keep you down. I know that feeling. I particularly like your Green Milkshakes. I can no longer sit idly while these wanna-be self proclaimed superheroes like this super hero Rumblin Stumble Foot, SparkyStarks, and Shopping girl (don’t they all), gang up on the evil little fellow. I’m interested in teaming up with you on your evil plan. I am Enrich the terrible from the Irish Leprechaun Clan; I don’t wear a Kilt that is the Scott Clan. I will contribute a caldron of me gold coins from the treasury towards stock in your quest. The only interest I want is the chance to spread evil with a bother Leprechaun and kick around some superheroes.