Recently there have been many accounts of Huggie
Monsters in the greater Philadelphia area. Experts have mapped out the
sightings and have discovered they appear localized around the area of
my room. They approached me and asked me to keep my camera handy in case
I should come across the fabled Huggie Monster. I'd always thought the
whole thing was a myth but I decided it woudln't hurt ot have my camera
Well one day I was eating peanut butter toast when
my eye lit upon a very special sight. There was a Huggie Mosnter staring
right back at me from behind the dense foliage of our room. Of course I
was shocked and amazed beyond belief but I was able to snap this picture,
incontrovertable proof that at least one Huggie Monster does exist.
Since that faitful day I have seen the Huggie Monster
several times, and have even developed a relationship with him, though
I have taken very few pictures. (The flash seems to bother him.) Huggie
(As I like to call him) and I have reached the point where he allows me
to hug him from time to time. I must warn you however, if you ever come
across a Huggie Monster in the wild DO NOT ATTEMPT TO HUG him. I have been
steadily building a relationship of trust with Huggie for the past several
months and even now he only allows me to hug bregrudgingly.
Here are a few tips on what I like to
call "Huggie Monster Etiquette." First of all, NEVER mess with a Huggie
Monster's nest. I tried this once at the beginning our relationship this
was the result. HUGGIE.AVI
never attempt to hug a Huggie Monster on the way to the shower, they HATE
that. When trying to build a relationship with a Huggie Monster a good
starting point is to order him Village Pizza. This appears to be a Huggie
Monster's favorite food.
UPDATE: The Huggie Monster had migrated! Apparently he spends the spring/summer
in the land of co-op, and therefore my room has been deprived of it's most
treasured natural attraction.