What Happened To All The Food We Banned?

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“What happened to all the food we brought?” asked Ted. “
“I don’t know, Barney stayed behind while we went hiking in the morning!” responded Marshall.

Before we left to go hiking that summer morning, Barney decided to stay behind he was complaining that he was sleep deprived, we didn’t care, we just wanted to go and see the waterfall, so off we went. As soon as we came back all the food was gone and there were holes in everything! Lily and Robin claim that Barney is the one to blame, because the night before he was complaining about how we hardly brought any food to last us the whole weekend. I didn’t want to believe them, but every clue led to it being him. However, Barney had a different story.

“After you guys left hiking I heard a rustling
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Come on, we should go wake the others!” “What if they don’t believe us Ted? They’ll think we’re just pranking them!” Lily responded panicky.

I went to go wake up Barney first and Lily went to go and get Marshall. We met up in the middle and we explained to them what happened to us, in that split second we all realized that Robin was nowhere to be found.

We grabbed our flashlights and our backpacks and went to go look for her. Marshall and Lily went by the lake, and Barney and I went up the hill, by where the market was. It felt like we had been looking for hours, when suddenly we saw Robin hiding behind a rock looking scared as ever. We rushed to her, “Do not make any sudden movements,” Robin whispered. Confused and a little astonished, we followed her lead, the curiosity was killing me so I peeked my head over the rock and I saw the cutest thing ever… or so I thought.

“Guys look at these cute otters! They look hungry, I’m going to give them some food!” I yelled back to my friends.
“Ted! Do not go near them!” shouted Robin.

She’s crazy, why wouldn’t I want to go up close to the four cute otters. I went over to them and as soon as they saw me take food out, the worst thing that has ever happened to me
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As soon as we made it to the car, the first thing everybody did was turned heads towards Robin. “What happened Robin? How did you get there in the first place?” I asked.
“I woke up because I couldn’t sleep so I decided to go out for a walk, I saw animal prints leading to the rock I was hiding behind and I decided to go and check it out…” began Robin.
“Why would you even think that walking over there was a good idea in the first place?” I snotted back at her.
“... I wasn’t finished Ted!” she responded, “as I was saying, I arrived at the last animal print and I saw cute otters. I wanted to get near them just like Ted did, but that was a bad idea. I ended up waking up the baby otters and their mother was furious, and she kept picking at my legs until I hid behind the rock.” We all laughed at her, and then we laughed at each other because as scary as it was, we were all physically bigger than all the otters and we were still able to get frightened and kicked out of our own

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