Elijah KampsenMarch 3, 2008 4:55 PM EST
There once lived a boy named Hajile. He wore socks and shoes to school EVERY day (like most kids). Only, when Hajile got home, he liked to keep his shoes on. Well, after a while, Hajile's feet would start to sweat and eventually become soaking wet (well not soaking, but pretty damp). So, little Hajile took off his shoes, and his socks. As soon as he took off his socks, he noticed a strange smell. It smelled of movie theater butter. So, being curious as he was, he leaned down to sniff the sock, only to realize that his sweaty feet had a stench like no other, that smelled like butter (hey, I rhymed). So, little Hajile went to the kitchen and made a bag of just normal popcorn. He poured it into a bowl, held his socks above the bowl, and wrung them out, letting the butter drip all over the popcorn. He then sat down and watched the Veggietales movie "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything," while enjoying his popcorn. The End.