In which only one-syllable words are used. Except for the title and subtitle.
Hey Bad Guy:
You done bad stuff. Bad stuff is bad. So now I tell you stop. No more bad stuff. You stop bad stuff now. Stop bad stuff, stop.
I has law guy. Law guy says law on my side. Good on my side. Good is good. Bad is bad. If you no stop with the bad, then law guys does law stuff. Do not taunt law guy. Law stuff like law guy tell court, then you pay cash to me. Law stuff like law guy tell cops, then you go jail. Not with me. With other bad guys. You get clue?
So bad is bad and bad is you. Good is good and good is me. Stop, bad guy, stop.
Or esle. Dork.
Good Guy’s Law Guy
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