“The banana’s face was a little face on the banana peel. On all of the sides, the banana had emotions. On one side it was sad, on the other side it was happy, and then on the other other side it was angry.”
The banana’s face was a little face on the banana peel. On all of the sides, the banana had emotions. On one side it was sad, on the other side it was happy, and then on the other other side it was angry. When he was feeling an emotion, his body made him turn to that side of the peel. Then a person peeled off his peel! The person took a bite out of it! But, luckily there was a baby banana and a mama banana left. The dad got eaten. His name was Frederick. They felt really sad.
The baby said, “I wuv Daddy. I miss him.”
Then, the mommy said, “Me too.”
They walked home sadly. They were hanging their heads.
Then, they had to go to the funeral. A banana funeral is when bananas get together and talk about how much they loved how he smelled. He smelled like a banana that loved to smell other bananas. Then, they went around the house and looked for the last thing he did, and then they found it! The last thing he did was… dun dun dun… scream!
The mommy banana said, “I banana love him.”
The baby banana said, “I want banana jaddy.”
Everyone was so sad. Even his boss was sad.
He worked in the hospital as an MRI technician. The MRIs were so noisy. They sounded like a tornado. There was a baby who did the MRI once.
The baby banana was calling, “Banana peewing! Banana peewing!”
The MRI was five hours long.
Then later the baby sang, “Smell banana, smell banana, smell banana, smell.”
In the middle of the song, a monster came out for 120 hours. One hundred and fifty-seven years later, everyone died, because a Lolo monster, which looks like a human but with pointy teeth, ate them, and they went to the Land of Bananas. It looked like bananas were dancing in the sky having fun, smelling each other.
And there was Daddy!
He said, “Hi, Sweetie, you’ve grown up so fast.’’
Then he gave her a hug.
The mother thought, “Excuse me? Someone else needs a hug!”
Then the dad gave her a hug. He showed them around. They saw a statue of his great-grandmother. His great-grandmother looked like a banana that had never died, but she had died.
Then he showed them the banana house, the banana house bouncy house.
The daughter said, “Can I pwease go in?”
The mom said, “Yes!”
The mom and the baby were jumping there for 24 hours. Then they were tired. Then they went to the kids arcade. Then they really needed a nap. They went home and took a nap for three days. But then they wanted to do the banana air balloon ride. They went to the by (banana sky).
And then… they went to the castle!! There was a king, queen, and princess. They were also bananas. The princess and the daughter became great friends. Then they went to the children’s museum. Everybody went. They played restaurant. The baby banana was the waiter. The princess was the chef.
Another friend of the princess was there at the museum.
She said to the princess, “How wong has it been?”
The princess said, “Too wong!”
Then, the baby banana said, “Do you guys know eachuddar?”
Then, they all started playing all together.
The friend asked the princess, “When did you meet this cwazy banyanya?”
The baby banana heard.
She said, “Ecuse me? I not cwazy! I smart, and if you shink I cwazy, then you the cwazy me!”
Then they started slapping each other on the face for one hour.