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Imogene's Antlers by David Small
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Feb 07, 2012

it was amazing

When Imogene wakes up on Thursday she finds she has grown a set of antlers. Although Imogene has some difficulty getting dressed and down to breakfast she is more intrigued than worried. Her poor mother takes it hardest and faints. Despite their best efforts, neither the doctor nor the school principal can figure out what’s wrong with Imogene. Although this makes her mother faint again, the rest of her family and their household staff find her antlers quite useful. Imogene falls asleep that night happily thinking of her eventful day. On Friday when Imogene wakes up her antlers have disappeared; only to be replaced by a full set of peacock tail feathers.

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