When owl is said and done

Nell: What a charming owl.

Me: Yes. He seemed nice. Where is Dave?

Nell: Out checking the perimeters.

Me: What does that mean?

Nell: I have no idea, but Robin asked him to.

Me: Is a robin involved now?

Nell: No. Robin Hoot our owl advisor.

Me: Oh, is that his name?

Nell: Yes. I’m glad we decided to tell him the truth. We are far stronger working together.

Me: So what happened?

Nell: Apparently two of the younger owls, Tawny Tim and Barney, were out flying and noticed the hats. They reported back to HQ and Robin was sent to investigate.

Me: So where do we go from here?

Nell: Well, fortunately for us, the owls can’t stand the Beefies either, so as soon as they heard what was happening they offered to help.

Me: What did the Beefies do to them?

Nell: Stephen Seagull made disparaging remarks about their boss. A big mistake. You do not want to get on the wrong side of an owl and definitely not that one.

Me: Who is the boss then?

Nell: Owl Pacino. You must have heard of him.

Me: The name certainly rings a bell.

Nell: Anyway, Robin says it’s not a problem at all and in return for some of Poppy’s scones he can include us in their patrol.

Me: So owl’s well that ends well.

Nell: Enough.

Me: Sorry.

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