PONGPENDIUM – What Kind of Little Stinker are You? A Smog Sprouter?

WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE – CREATURE IDENTIFICATION

The Smog Sprouters are cute they have a penguin body with a husky’s head. They always make a showy arrival when they waddle in a group like penguins. Also they are very good as spinning and they have a tendency to rotate on one foot when dancing in a line.

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THE GOOD

The Smog Sprouters are just fun loving Little Stinkers. They are very showy and move like penguins with husky heads. When you see them arrive, they can’t help but make you smile. Pre-pong, the Smog Sprouters do a lovely waddly dance. Anyone in close vicinity will naturally stop and grin at their performance. Unfortunately that grin will soon be wiped off any onlooker’s face when they provide their pong-propulsion-repulsion.

 

THE BAD

There isn’t a nasty bone in this Little Stinker’s body. However, what would be considered bad from the active pong participants is that this cute little creature makes such a fun dance… It waddles, it slaps its wings and spins like Charlie Chaplin and then ‘Thwwwarrrp!’ It isn’t pleasant which the stench of fish grabs you by the nostril!

 

THE STINKING UGLY –HOW THEY ‘GET YOU’

The wing slapping combine with their lovely, smiley husky faces draw you in. The comedy spins in time just will make you grin and then… What an earth is that pong? Drains combined with rotting seaweed with a hint of old fish will definitely wipe the smile off anyone’s face.

ODOUR IDENTIFICATION

Well dirty drains and hot rotting seaweed with a hint of old fish doesn’t impress anyone does it? That is the smell that accompanies these funny cuties.

 

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PURPOSE

A hint of comedy is what Sebastian Stinkworthy desired from this Little Stinker. After being grumpy with the Gross Grunters, Sebastian Stinkworthy needed to brighten his mood and create some fun in his life. What would be better than a penguin in motion with a husky head? With that in mind, he made these Little Stinkers and never looked back. Whenever he lost course during his Supreme Stench creation he would call on the Stink Stonkers to lift the atmosphere by making a penguin parping pong! Happy days!

IF YOU ARE LIKE THIS LITTLE STINKER

You will be a bit of a natural comedian, waddle in; do a spiny dance and then Thwarp! Also your parp-aroma will have a hint of rotting seaweed combined with fish which will be a bit of a mystery because you will not generally eat rotting seaweed. What a posterial puzzle!

THE STINKING STORY

In Tingle Dingle and The Little Stinkers, the Smog Sprouters plop onto the dancefloor in style:

It was then that the Smog Sprouters waddled in with their penguin-like bodies and their husky heads and began to do a kind of tap dance with their webbed feet. At the same time the Stink Stonkers stomped backwards towards the edge of the floor while maintaining the beat and a perfectly formed line.

WHAT MAKES THEM SMILE

Well the Smog Sprouters smile most of the time. Have you noticed how Huskies appear happy while they sit panting? It is the same as the Smog Sprouters, they just have a happy expression and the more they waddle around the happier they become.

 

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THEIR FAVOURITE FOOD

I think it might be obvious in that they like seaweed and fish, so are rather partial to Sushi. Of course a good bit of WASABI to blow out any cobwebs from their intestinal system is a must!

A LITTLE BIT OF WEIRDNESS

The waddling motion of the Smog Sprouters seems to increase their intestinal build up. Sebastian Stinkworthy only noticed that when the Smog Sprouters stomachs bloated the longer they waddled for. It was quite an interesting phenomenon and then he soon figured out what happened. The more the Smog Sprouters waddled the more bubbles could be combined into their smoggy concoction. If you consider all the little bubbles in fizzy drinks and then what happens when you shake the bottle and open the lid… Well, that is what you have inside the Smog Sprouters belly… Imagine what happens when the seal is removed and the sparkling smog sprouts!

THEIR PART OF THE RASPBERRY RHAPSODY

The Smog Sprouters waddled to the centre of the dancefloor with their flappy penguin bodies and husky heads.

‘Time to make a pong for a stinkathon… La la laaa.’

Slapping the ground with their wings they all circled.

‘Before we start we make stink an art la la laaaaaaaaaaa!’

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WHERE YOU ARE MOST LIKELY TO FIND THEM

In general they prefer cooler environments and their ideal holiday would involve drifting around on an iceberg in Antarctica. Although, that being said, Antarctica doesn’t have a very large population to stink at. So the Smog Sprouters took to the Scandinavian regions to deliver some clever Scandinavian Seaweed Sprouty Fishy Smogs.

ADVICE FROM THIS LITTLE STINKER

If you are going to deliver a sprouting smog then do it with joy, ease and jubilation. A bit of comedy goes a long way especially when it comes to being smoggy.

THE DANCE OF THE LITTLE STINKER

Well, if you think how Charlie Chaplin would spin around on one leg – that is what the Smog Sprouters do and they do it in time, in a line and in unison.

 

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HOW THEY LULL YOU INTO A FALSE SENSE OF STINKING SECURITY

Any creature that waddles and smiles is going to draw your attention. So that funny image literally sets you up for a smog sprouting catastrophe.

STAND OUT MOMENTS

The moment the troop arrived on the dancefloor, to perform in the Raspberry Rhapsody, Tingle and Josh began to smile. They really liked the Smog Sprouters and their comedic motion.

 THE MORAL OF THE STINKY STORY

Fun can be had when delivering a smoggy sprouting smell. The more merriment in the bottomy build up – the better. If you add a waddle-filled dance then you have mastered the ultimate funny bottomy release.

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