Q1: What is wrong with this picture?
A. Not a thing… did I ever mention my favorite artist is Salvador Dali?
B. How clever! You’ve built a sliding board for Fuzzy the Squirrel.
C. It looks like some more of the gutter has fallen off the back of your house… AGAIN.
D. What’s wrong with this?! Every stinking thing. The end of the world is nigh.
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Q2: What caused this gutter to come undone?
A. I don’t understand the question… you know Dali painted some surreal works with absurd off-kilter angles just like this gutter.
B. A squirrel jumped up and down about a hundred thousand times on the gutter.
C. Ally Bean allowed herself to dream of buying a new laptop computer for herself, not because she needs one, but because she WANTS one.
D. What caused this to come undone?! Every stinking thing. The end of the world is nigh.
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Q3: What did Ally Bean mutter when she saw what had happened?
A. I imagine, like Salvador’s work, her words were a bizarre juxtaposition of pathos and profundity, of oddness and obviousness. A mélange of commonplace utterances and curse words.
B. Where is that damned squirrel!
C. Holy Fricking Mole-y! I gotta call Z-D, who is, of course, out-of-town on business, to tell him I’M. NOT. HAPPY.
D. What did she say?! Every stinking thing. The end of the world is nigh.
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