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Wallmiki with Tom and Jerry...
by Ankita Panda
One day Tom and Jerry decided to just chill out.

After a lot of hide and seek and chasing around trees they decided to go for the movie Bal-Ganesha, and then treat themselves at McDonalds.

They wore their favorite outfits and went to the nearest multiplex to see the movie. They both had lots of fun and Jerry kept on teasing Tom that Bal Ganesha loved mice more and therefore he had made his cousin, his driver.

Tom was getting angry so he went to buy a huge can of popcorn and met our dear Mickey mouse, who also had come to enjoy the movie. After the movie Tom and Jerry invited Mickey mouse to McDonalds. After placing there order they started to chat. Mickey began boasting that he knew a lot of historical stories and knew the Ramayana by heart. He challenged both Tom and Jerry to ask him any question that they wanted.

Tom and Jerry started firing questions at Mickey. Mickey became more and more confused and could not answer even a single question. Tom got very angry and threw Mickey on the wall.

Mickey saw stars in the day and started to recite the Ramayana by heart.

Do you know why?

Because Mickey had became Wallmickey {Valmiki}, after hitting the wall.
27-Dec-2009
 
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