What Once Was Lost

Long ago, back in the mists of Earplug Adventure time, there was a story concerning biological androids that fell in love, and who duly visited Doctor Snippentuck…

snippentuck hears knock

…for a bit of necessary cosmetic surgery in the eh-hem department  One of them called herself Princess Agatha…

wonky & android walking in park with girls flipped

There she is – at the back, with the pursed lips. She was probably best remembered for replying to the question: “are you a real princess?” with “No, I’m entirely artificial.”

Well when the decision to publish the early tales was made, all the ‘actors’ collected together for a book cover photograph. It was then realised that poor Agatha had gone missing. Following an extensive search that left no stone unturned or crate unopened, a replacement Agatha was created. But sadly the new arrival lacked the original’s perfectly formed lips; so she remained unused – though she might have appeared as an extra, I’m not sure. But today the impossible occurred: the real Agatha returned – from where I have no idea. Look, here she is…

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I found her hiding beneath a low shelf with a tall purple earplug whom I didn’t recognise (which is a bit worrying – are they breeding or something?) And she still has the lips and the manic stare too. Hurrah! Now to integrate her back into Earplug society…


About Tooty Nolan

Writer of silly tales, taker of pictures, and all round good egg
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2 Responses to What Once Was Lost

  1. Jayne Higgs says:

    Ah ha.A very interesting Earplug by the looks of it.And she Shaw as nice pursed lips

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