The True Story About How JoJoBell Hatched From An Egg-Corn
Did you hear the story about the turtle and the oak tree that fell in love? No? Well they did and from that beautiful friendship the oak tree dropped a 6 ½ pound egg-corn. (That’s right I said egg-corn.) It fell to the earth with a boom-thud, landed on top of the turtle and cracked open its shell. Needless to say the romance was over. When the egg-corn hit, a small ripple radiated out and across the land, summoning a squirrel-crow named Rodger to investigate. Rodger could not believe his eyes when he saw the giant treasure. He rolled it off the dead turtle and into a hole that took him 3 days and 3 packs of cigarettes to dig for his monumental cash. However, when he got home his wife did not believe this story, she thought he was cheating on her and fed him poison ivy for dinner. The egg-corn incubated in the earth for 9 years until a storm with a vengeance, threw a lightning bolt straight into the ground where the egg-corn was incubating. A small ripple radiated out and across the land, summoning the egg-corn to crack open and push out a brown headed, half turtle, half oak tree girl. Like a mushroom, she emerged from the moist electrified dirt with the song “Glorious” by Macklemore playing over and over in her head. The oak tree looked down and declared her his little JoJoBell. He knew she would be a great artist one day so she needed a simple catchy name.
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