They were led to believe that the story about the mermaid who longed to leave the sea for sky was but a creative rather than a roman à clef, but, indeed, there was an urbane porpoise sans a purpose who, against the advice of a moonraker of a giant clam, did not wish upon a starfish, instead heeding the advice of an urbane gull to let even the most afar clouds turn dreams true regardless of the weather in one’s own blue milieu. And so the porpoise, one day, upon splashing a Hans with its fin-tail, did, in hugger-mugger, trade clicks for ficts, after which each parted ways to tell well their fine tale. ; )

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