Doomore jumped and yelled. "YOWWEEE!" He was wearing a barn. But, that didnít matter. He was scared.
Plump plump plump plump plump.
"Yes, and it makes us smell too," said the pig.
"Iím hot! Running made me hot," said the bear. "Iím not angry anymore. Iím just hot. I need a shower."
"I could use another shower too," said the deer.
Meanwhile, Doomore trampled down a fence. He couldnít see where he was going because his head was stuck in the loft. He kept running.
As the animals from the farm and valley came running along, they shouted to some cows and horses, ďCome with us. Weíre going to get a super cool shower. Itíll be fun!Ē
All the cows and horses ran through the broken down fence and joined the other animals. They ALL ran after Doomore.
Doomore ran through a small lake. All the water went flying, so all that was left was mud. It was now a lake of mud.
All the animals came running along. They ran right into
the lake of mud.
They slipped and slided, and then slopped around
as they tried to get out.
The horse said, "Look what Doomore did to us."
The cow said, "This is all Doomore's fault."
The fox said, "Doomore tricked us."
The turkey said, "Doomore made us get muddy."
The moose said, "Doomore did this."
All the unhappy animals started to go back home.
Doomore kept running.
Plump, plump, plump, plump, plump.
He still couldnít see. He stepped up on something. He stepped up again.
Doomore had climbed on top of an airport terminal.
As he crossed the roof, the barn
got caught on the control tower. Doomore tripped and slipped.
He landed on a jumbo 747 jet.
The 747 raced down the runway and rose up into the sky.
As Doomore struggled to stay on top of the jet,
he said, "Thank Goodness."
"Thank Goodness I got rid of that smelly barn."
to Domore Flies Again (part 3).