Penguins and PEONs

by Alan Dewar, Jeff Dewar, Bob Dewar, David Dewar, Megan Dewar, Doug Dewar, Shane Dewar and Mary Lou Dewar

It was time for the penguins to set out for the ocean, before they got frozen out.

Normally, this would be a simple task, but the Puffin Elite Order of Nations (PEON) were blocking the path!

But the penguins had a simple solution to that, since they asked the leopard seals to clear the path by scaring the PEONs.

"Stupid puffins don't even know the difference between a leopard seal and a hungry leopard," the penguins chuckled, as their plan came to fruition.

Little did they know but the penguins didn't know the difference either.

So they cohabitated in the long winter, resulting in a new race of pufpards, a.k.a. leopins.

They had small brains.

So small that all they could think of doing was breathing.

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