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Well, that's that for the great giant! I suppose we owe a dept of thanks to the goofy colossus, for he will shortly be stepping onthe Specks of Rod and making so much mush of them! His immense foot will crush our ancient foe in an instant. Squashed beneath his mammothbulk, those unspeakable wretches will be reduced to the vile scum that they have always represented. We are now delivered forever from theirconstant whining, taunting and hectoring. That feeble minded titan is our national hero! A doltish whopper, he shall be the greatest of allfigures in the history of Rilonate. There is none equal to his blockheaded enormity on all of Ogdilla, but he did finally come through for us.A stupendously dump gargantua, it is well, nevertheless, that we are rid of him. And I suppose we ought to be thankful that the half-witted behemoth did not stomp on us too. I cannot think of any reason why he would come back here... can you?
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Meanwhile, the Specks of Rod heard the giant before they saw him. His every step made a hollow drum sound on the debris-covered surfaceof Ogdilla. They gathered into frightened groups, becoming more and more agitated as the booming steps grew ever louder. Finally they saw him!They saw his big ring-head, his big lips, and the spikes sticking out of his chest. But what most impressed them were his feet. Actually, whatmost impressed them was what they saw stuck to the bottom of his feet. All that food that he had stepped on looked disgusting, but the Specks of Roddid not know that it was food. The Specks stood in stunned silence. They knew that the giant had come from the direction of the Kingdom of Rilonate.Their imaginations took over from there.
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The Specks of Rod were convinced that the giant had stomped on the Specks of Rilonate and made mush of them. As the giant got closer andcloser, word went through the crowd that the giant had finished off the Specks of Rilonate and was now coming to their kingdom to stomp on them.Some of the Specks ran away screaming; but most stood still, knowing they could not out-run the fearsome giant's feet. Then one Speck of Rodstarted clapping. At first, the Specks next to him thought he was crazy, but then they started clapping too. Soon a small group was clapping.Then most of the crowd was clapping and cheering and jumping up and down as the giant approached. They had figured that if the giant thought theywere glad that the Specks of Rilonate had been stomped to pudding, then he might spare them and consent to be their hero.
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When the giant reached the front of the crowd they whooped and hollered for a few minutes more. Then the crowd parted and King Rod madehis way through to the front. There, before his people at the giant's feet, he made a speech: Oh, Great Giant! Thank you, Mighty Colossal AlliedThing, for stepping on the Specks of Rilonate and making so much mush of them! Your immense foot has crushed our ancient foe in an instant.Squashed beneath your mammoth bulk, these unspeakable hidiots (hideous idiots) have been reduced to the evil scum that they have always represented.We are now delivered forever from their constant whining, taunting and bantering. You, Magnificent Titan, are our national hero! Oh NecromaniacalWhopper, you shall be the greatest of all figures in the history of Rod. There is none equal to your fabulous enormity on all of Ogdilla. You,Tremendous Gargantua, shall be second only to myself, unless of course you would rather be number one. By the way, we thank you, Phenomenal Behemoth,so very much for not stomping on us too. I can only offer our humble Kingdom to you, Amazing Monstrosity, as compensation for the wonderful deedyou have accomplished today. It is not a kingdom worthy of your monumental grandiosity, of course; you won't like it much. You will probably notlike anything we offer you, since it is all tiny compared to your gigantean size. But of course, anything we have is yours, but I don't know whatyou would do with it. I say, do you understand me?
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The giant smiled at the Specks of Rod, who smiled back, until he spoke to them. To the Specks his voice sounded slow and deep and slurred.They looked at each other and shrugged their shoulders. The Specks of Rod decided to go back to what they were each doing before the giant arrived.As they left they kept looking over their shoulders to make sure the giant was not lifting one of his big feet to stomp on them. He did not movefrom where he stood and maintained his smile until they were out of sight.
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The next day the giant was right where the Specks of Rod had left him, only he was sitting. So, the Specks went about their daily chores, andoccasionally they would look over their shoulders at the giant just to make sure he had not stood up. This did not change for several days. Finallythe giant got up and started following some Specks around. He seemed to be watching them as they went about their everyday tasks. He still smiled ashe watched them, but not as much. Day after day, month after month, season after season he watched them tending their fields, from planting to harvest.
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At harvest time many Specks noticed how much thinner the giant looked and how little he smiled as compared to when he had first arrived inthe Kingdom of Rod. As they talked about it, they realized no one had seen him eat while he had been there. Some of the Specks got together andbrought food to the giant. When he saw that they had brought some food to him, the giant looked horrified! He got up and ran off, far away fromthe Kingdoms of Rod and Rilonate.
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There is no official record of when the giant was seen last or who saw him, but a few Specks from both Kingdoms insist that they saw the giantascending into the heavens early one morning a few years after he ran away from the Kingdom of Rod.
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About the time that the giant ran off, spies from the Kingdom of Rilonate came to the Kingdom of Rod and saw that the Specks of Rod werenot obliterated. They noticed that their enemies were not even bruised a little! This report went back to King Rilonate, who was shocked andupset that once again the Specks of Rod had foiled his own Speck Kingdom. He ordered a delegation to go to the Kingdom of Rod and meet with adelegation of the Specks of Rod. When the delegation of Rilonate arrived at Rod there was much shock and agitation. You are supposed to be squashed!said the representative of Rilonate. Well, you are supposed to be squished! said the representative of Rod.
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Tensions rose and accusations flew! Each side blamed the other for making their King's most famous speech a pack of lies. The delegationsgave messages to each other to take back to their respective kings about how there could never be peace between the two kingdoms. As they leftthe meeting, they all thumbed their noses at each other! The Oobla Senchter Hakkt was back in full swing.
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