"In the summer of 1987," writes Harrison Scott Key, "my father tried to murder me with an alligator."
Go," Pop said.
What if I didn't get in? Would he throw me? Would he know true things about me, that I was still a child?
I jumped in.
Immediately, I formulated a plan, which involved surrounding myself with a protective cloud of urine.
Animated illustrations by Erin Wilson are an extra treat (for the reader, not the alligator)
“The alligator’s coming, Connor! The alligator’s coming!” (Bass Masters and Fish Experts)
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“Putting a blanket on this alligator’s head will render it helpless.” let me catch that pokemon…. Full video here.
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