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Boom!!! "What was that," asked Tina frightenedly. ", Oh, never mind that was my tummy." I thought I could trust you in every way but looks like I was wrong (No one said that, just a thought...). So when I went to New York City, there were chocolate covered balloons everywhere. I tried to eat one but found out the chocolate were a century old. I always wanted to fly, and I did!!! But I randomly flew into everything. I was in kind of in a mess, but never fear, Emily Wang is here!!! She flew out of nowhere and pulled out her very awesome, spectacular, and legendary vacuum cleaner. Also bringing out her…(very awesome, spectacular, and legendary) DUST CLEANER!!!

Find out what happens next on episode 2.

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