Alice Dryden (huskyteer) wrote,
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Alice the Platypus



Since I don't own any children of preschool age, the Koala Brothers phenomenon had passed me by. But I have to approve of Alice the scooter-riding platypus and her choice of red and orange as a stylish sartorial combo. Here is one of her outback adventures summarised for Australian television:
Alice Rides Again

One day, Alice is a bit shaken when she falls off her scooter. Frank [Koala] suggests that the best thing to do is to get straight back on her scooter again, but Alice is frightened and decides that she'll walk from now on. With the Koala Brothers' help, she might overcome her fear and ride again!
A lesson for us all.

Alice rides off into the sunset
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