The Simpsons Stories: Bart and Milhouse Have Chicken Kickers by Darcy May Partridge -
My name is Darcy. I am a grown up pretty girl. My birthday is 5/5/2004 and I am 14 years old. I have one pet lizard left called Rexy, a hamster called Clive and two rabbits called Thumper and Gizmo. I am Aimee's best friend and I have a trampoline in my…
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The Simpsons Stories: Bart and Milhouse Have Chicken Kickers

by Darcy May Partridge

One evening at dinner time, Bart and Milhouse are so excited to share their 32 chicken kickers coming from the Domino’s Pizza delivery. “I’m so excited to have the chicken kickers!” he said excitedly.


The delivery man from Domino’s Pizza came at 6pm to give Bart and Milhouse their 32 chicken kickers to share for them. “There, you are.” he said.


“Let’s eat our chicken kickers now!” said Milhouse, and he and Bart ate their chicken kickers. “Remember, I don’t eat meat anymore, boys, okay?” asked Marge.


Maggie cried as she wants a chicken kicker. “I don’t think you’ll like them, so no, Maggie.” said Milhouse. “Maggie has four baby teeth at the top middle and top bottom together, that’s why.” said Bart.


“We forgot some ketchup and mayonnaise! Can we have some please, Marge?” asked Milhouse. “I’m sorry, yes, you can!” said Marge, and she got the ketchup and the mayonnaise from the fridge.


Marge put some ketchup and mayonnaise on the big bowl with the chicken kickers. “Thank you, Mum.” said Bart. “You’re welcome, boys.” she said.


“Oooh! I love the mayonnaise!” said Milhouse. “I like both of them. Do you still like ketchup?” asked Bart. “Yes, I do, but I love the mayonnaise.” he said.


“We’re finished!” shouted Bart and Milhouse. “Whoa, that was nice, wasn’t it?” asked Marge. “I especially love the mayonnaise and the chicken kickers.” he said.


“I love the chicken kickers too.” said Bart, and Luann came to pick Milhouse up. “Well, see you any time, Bart. Oh! See you on Monday!” he said.


“Bye, Milhouse!” said Bart. “Was it nice to share food with a friend?” asked Marge. “Yes, I did. I think I should share food with another of my friends.” he said, and he enjoyed sharing the chicken kickers with Milhouse, so he should share food with another friend at some point.


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