WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE – CREATURE IDENTIFICATION
The Hippobottymous can’t help but make you grin because they have giant wobbly bottoms which they love to shake or move in time to music. What’s more, they are only small – about the size of a large cat or a small dog. They are also really rather smiley and love to listen to bedtime stories. You will also notice that they love bath time and add lots off lovely-bubbly-jubbly bath to the water.
When it comes to performance they quickly form a line and raise one bottom cheek into the air as they prepare to Hippo-botty-dance.
What is not to like about the Hippobottymous? They are adorable, friendly and they are very homely. They have large wobbly bottoms which they are very good at shaking and moving to a rhythm. Sometimes their bottoms can create such a shake that people end up hypnotised – what a bottomy talent! In truth, most people like this creature and that is why they are so powerful. The fact that they make you giggle and they feel so friendly really is quite contrary to the pong they produce. Of course the Hippobottymous are very pong productive too and are diligent in their pong production.
You know when you really like someone or something and then there is an unexpected suspicious smell? There is only you and them in the room and that smell definitely wasn’t you… In fact, you know it wasn’t you and the leaves one pongy-culprit. It really is disappointing isn’t it? That sense of smelly sadness and devastation stays with you… What makes it worse with the Hippobottymous is they are so entertaining. They wave their wobbly bottoms in time, they are so much fun and they will bring you into a state of absolute belly laughter and then pow! Holy cow! – a pong so strong that just doesn’t belong. That is when the disappointment begins because you are so amused and then the moment is shattered after a wobbly bottom dance releases a horrid hum.
THE STINKING UGLY – HOW THEY ‘GET YOU’
They are just so friendly and funny. They are all smiley and there they are doing a lovely bottom dance with all wiggle and wobble. You laugh so hard you gasp for breath and there it is… A pong so strong that you don’t want to breathe. It is a truly hateful stench and a sense of pure disillusionment fills your being. How can something so fun and so amusing create such nasal distress?
That awful smell when your rubbish/garbage bag has been left out in the sun for a few days. I am sure you can imagine the gas that is emitted just smells foul. Quite often the details of the Hippobottymous pong is not usually considered because the level of emotional devastation that arrives after laughing so hard and then inhaling something so horrible distracts from the nuances of the nasty flavour. It just smells rubbish!
Humour is necessary in the world and Sebastian realised that he wanted to create a fun creature that made him laugh. For some reason wobbling a wibbly bottom to a tune made him belly laugh. There were times when he was a little jealous of the Hippobottymous bottom wobbling talents because if he could mesmerise people with a decent bottom shake then he would not need to create the Greatest Stink in history. He could mesmerise with a bottom shake, make a stinking mistake and depart leaving a fart and a cake! Why a cake? Why not? Everyone likes cake don’t they?
IF YOU ARE LIKE THIS LITTLE STINKER
Are you a homely sort with a talent for shaking your bottom at high speed to a tune? Do you like lots of bubbles in the bath? Are you a bit of a comedian? Do you love to laugh and make others laugh? If there is a party do you shake your booty and make others cry with laughter? If you have any of these qualities you are most likely a Hippobottymous type of Little Stinker. The final test is whether you leave bad smells that resemble rotting rubbish/garbage that has been left out in the sun to fester.
THE STINKING STORY
Of course the Hippobottymous in Tingle Dingle and The Little Stinkers made a huge wibbly wobbly bottomy impression when they lined up and prepared to perform:
All the Hippobottymous left their working areas and lined up with their bottoms poised with one cheek higher than the other.
‘La la laaaaaaaaaaaaaaa….’ They waved their wobbly bottoms in time and began to sing in a deep baritone.
WHAT MAKES THEM SMILE
Dancing a very bottomy dance brings a smile to their face and watching other people belly laughing. There is nothing better really. Their ultimate joy would be to be present in a room full of people laughing and laughing and then delivering their perfect putrid pong. Bottomy putrid pong production is in their genetics. They can’t help it because that is what they are designed to do.
THEIR FAVOURITE FOOD
Quite often the Little Stinkers’ favourite foods relate to the smells they make but the Hippobottymous are different. They like food that wobbles. There is something in that wobbling that inspires them. When we talk wobbly they like blamange, jelly and trifle. They do have a sweet tooth. Sebastian Stinkworthy tried to get them to eat salad but they refused. They said to have the ultimate shaky wibbly-wobbly bottom they needed to sit down a lot and be able to eat food that supported the ultimate bottom wobbliness. That was when they started eating jelly, trifle, blamange and thick custard.
A LITTLE BIT OF WEIRDNESS
The Hippobottymous were designed to dance and they like to start their dance with one bottom cheek higher than the other. It is just something they developed and when they are about to deliver a massive pong they do the same thing. They tilt one bottom cheek in the air, as if poised for pong pleasure and then the undulation begins.
THEIR PART OF THE RASPBERRY RHAPSODY
The Hippobottymous have a prime role in the Raspberry Rhapsody and as mentioned before, Sebastian Stinkworthy would have loved to have such a trembling bottom talent.
He soon realised that the world could be… His perfect stinking opportunity…’ Sebastian turned and wiggled his bottom. In doing so twenty wobbly-bottomed Hippobottymous took to the floor and wiggled their wobbly bottoms in time with the music.
By that point Tingle and Josh were crying with laughter. They couldn’t believe how shaky bottomed the Hippobottymous were.
WHERE YOU ARE MOST LIKELY TO FIND THEM
The Hippobottymous do like to have baths and bathe. When they are not wobbling their bottoms to a tune they will find every opportunity to dunk themselves into water. They love the beach, they love lakes and they love baths… Sometimes they like to bubble their bottoms while bathing and that was what made Sebastian Stinkworthy realise that he needed to create a duck-billed-splatterpus that was specifically designed to create brutally bubbly bath bandits. He liked the concept of bubble bath gone bad.
ADVICE FROM THIS LITTLE STINKER
There is joy to be had in all things and laughter is the best remedy for all ills. So why not make a fart fun? The more one shakes their bottom before a burpy bottom belch, the all the more satisfying. Imagine there could be wonderfully wobbly build up before a ginormous rectal release.
THE DANCE OF THE LITTLE STINKER
Well the Hippobottymous are elaborate. They like to form a line and wobble their bottoms in time. They can hypnotise, mesmerise and make tears fall from your eyes.
HOW THEY LULL YOU INTO A FALSE SENSE OF STINKING SECURITY
They will make you laugh and make you cry all in one wobbly bottom waving sitting. They really will cause you to experience a whole range of extreme emotions.
STAND OUT MOMENTS
The Hippobottymous dancing stands out; although they also like a good bedtime story. So when the Hippobottymous joined Tingle and Josh in listening to Sebastian Stinkworthy’s bedtime story, that was quite a lovely moment.
THE MORAL OF THE STINKY STORY
Fun and laughter can be found in all festering fragrances.