Overly Long and Potentially Boring Story of T. Rump – Part Five

THE FOLLOWING NARRATION IS WHOLLY, TRULY, AND REALLY BASED ON FACT.

Thus far, we have learned of T. Rump’s landing on an upholstered chair in Would You Believe It, CA in 1949.

Another piece of information possibly vital to our story is that peas, carrots,  and dental floss were the town’s industries until 1955 when tourism flourished.

The First Tourist:

*Two carrots in the front row are laughing.

Second to Carrots in Popularity was Dental Floss:

World Renown Author of “Next Time I’ll Fly over Death Valley,” describes using dental floss as a guide to return home, somewhat akin to Hansel And Gretel’s use of bread crumbs.

Large Tomato Association Representative and Book Reviewer,

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