Me: Watcha doing, Oreo?
Oreo: Trying to figure out how that door clown got in there.
Me: You are just seeing your own reflection.
Oreo: Bandit told me you would say that. He also told me all about the refrigerator clown incident.
Me: You mean when he saw his own reflection in the steel refrigerator and thought it was a clown?
Oreo: Bandit said you call clowns a reflection because you don’t want us house rabbits to be afraid.
Me: Regardless what Bandit told you, there are no refrigerator clowns or door clowns in this house.
Oreo: The Littles might be afraid of clowns, but I’m not. I know a door clown when I see one.
Me: I see. Well, I really don’t think —
Oreo: Seriously, human. The door clown is RIGHT THERE. Can’t deny what we see with our own eyes.
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