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In this week’s “Tell Me,” Tablet Magazine’s illustrated question-and-answer column, we learn about a rock shaped like a potato
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loved it! it was quite generous to give the potato shaped rock to Bailey, do trust he will take good care of it!
Bayley is a five year old wise old girl.
Whoops… Liana is correct.. she is a wise old 6 year old girl.
Liana.. Just yesterday there was a potato in excatly the place I used to keep the potato rock. Wow, was i surprised that It was a potato.
I’m Bayley, and Bashie is my friend. I’m still 6 but I’m going on 7. My potato rock has a name. It’s Mr. Potato Rock, and I always bring him with me. He’s one of my best friends.
HI. I’m Bayley’s brother. I think this cartoon should be in the NY Times!
Oh, i just saw all these. Thanks so much for your messages, Bayley and Nobu. How is Mr. Potato Rock?
Bashie, where did you used to keep him? Like on your night table?
Not on my night table on the kitchen island. A rock island I guess.
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