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RiffClown
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An English explorer was taking part in an expedition
to the Himalayas. Led by a grizzled local guide, they
ascended one of the less frequently climbed peaks.
Roughly halfway up the side of the mountain, a member
of the expedition came across a set of large manlike
tracks in the snow. "Yeti tracks," the sherpa said
with a gruff voice as he passed them. "One thing you
must know before we proceed; do not, under any
circumstances, touch the yeti."

The expedition heeded his warning and continued to
climb the slope. Night fell, and the explorers set up
their tents. In the dead of night, the Englishman
awoke to the sound of his tent entrance unzipping.
Half-asleep, he looked up to see an enormous eight-
foot yeti standing above him.

In fear for his life the explorer jumped up and ran
out of the tent, banging into the yeti in the
process. The yeti, after being touched by the
explorer let out a deafening howl and began to chase
the explorer down the slope.

The explorer ran away from the camp as quickly as his
legs could take him, after he rounded a corner he
looked behind him to see the bounding form of the
yeti still chasing him.

So the explorer continued to run, reaching the bottom
of the mountain in just two days, exhausted he paused
to rest awhile. After just a few moments, the
explorer began to hear the soft 'thud thud thud' of
yeti feet on snow, he looked up the slope to see the
yeti still chasing him and only moments away.

The explorer took off again, reaching a supply shack
a couple of miles away, once there quickly buying a
mountain bike and pedaling his way to the nearest
town, some fifty miles away. The journey took him
several days over the rough terrain and after his
arrival he booked into a hotel to recuperate.

Two days later the man left his hotel to see about
booking transport back to England. As soon as he
turned around though he saw the form of the yeti on
the horizon, bounding towards him at great speed.
Horrified by this sight, the explorer hurriedly
bought a car and drove it away from the village all
the way to Delhi. Once he arrived, the man wasted no
time in getting on the next plane to London.

After his arrival back in London, the man went back
to his London home for a while to recover and to plan
his next expedition. He had been there less than two
weeks and was gazing out of a window when he saw a
familiar large bounding, manlike creature running
down his street; the man couldn't believe it --
somehow the yeti had followed him to England!

The man had little choice but to run away again, he
used any means he could, bike, car, or on foot to try
to escape the yeti, but each time he looked behind
him, it was just moments before the yeti came into
view.

Eventually the man made it all the way to Edinburgh
and from there ran into the open Scottish
countryside. He continued to run but the yeti just
kept getting closer and closer, and in the end the
man could run no more.

With the yeti less than a minute away from him, the
man finally stopped and turned around to face the
oncoming creature. With the last of his strength he
stood up straight as the yeti caught up with him. The
eight-foot tall yeti towered above the man, who could
only stare in terror. The yeti extended his hand and
poked the Englishman squarely in the chest with one
long finger and in a low rumbling voice the yeti
said, "Tag! You're it!"
Rob "Riff, the Magical Clown" Eubank aka RiffClown
<BR>http://www.riffclown.com
<BR>Magic is not the method, but the presentation.
johnnymystic
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Lol! that's great thanks for sharing it! Smile

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scott b.
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Smile Haha, good one mate.
Thanks! Scott B.

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That's one great shaggy Yeti story.
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