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Upon arriving at the umpteenth straight weekend birthday party for a play-group friend of his offspring, Neanderdad did what he always did. He released his two wards into the intense gravity of the nearby Bouncy Castle and watched them get sucked inside. The boy went first, not even bothering to struggle. The girl did at least look around; at the food, the table full of presents and at the few kids who weren’t yet inside. But she quickly succumbed as well, crawling through the flap door and onto the inflated inner surface.
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Why is it mkinag those “clicking” noises when the two bigger girls were bouncing on it? Were they too heavy for it?