Tick tock turkey and the chocolate tree

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Tick-Tock were 30 by Milan Vohra

The clock is ticking towards Lara’s thirtieth birthday and the whole gang is coming together to celebrate it. It’s a pact they made back then to
meet when they all finally turned 30. So far, so cool. What isn’t cool is the other pact Lara had made one tipsy evening with Nishad. To marry each other if neither of them were hitched by then. The last thing Lara wants is to give Nishad the pleasure of knowing he was right—about Ranndeep being so wrong for her. Ranndeep, all-male, pro-motor racer who she’d been so sure of at the time. So there was only one thing to do. Lara would have to drum up someone else to pass off as her love interest for now.
Enter flamboyant Perzaan, Turkish dude full of surprises. With the reappearance of Ranndeep and the gang’s other quirky characters, it’s a week of audacious hookups and mix-ups. Chances are you’ll be guessing right till the end who ends up with whom.

‘Interesting, isn’t it, how someone is always utterly attractive to someone else? For every male tree frog, there is a female tree frog whose dry skin and warts and bulging eyes are the most divine. And to you, Lara Bagai, a karela is a thing of beauty,’ Nishad comments.

So he remembers I love karela. So what?

‘I take it your interest in frogs is purely academic?’

I snigger.

‘I promise you I am not in danger of being madly besotted by one anytime soon,’ he half-smiles.
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Chocolate Tree Of all the animals on Egg Island, none of them thought about food more than Tick Tock Turkey. He once made the Best Sandwich Ever, but you .
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Tick Tock Turkey and the Mysterious Egg

Tick Tock Turkey fans have been begging us for more tails of the time-travelling bird. We are pleased to say that Tick Tock's creator, Michael Brett has penned another story for us with a little help from Natasha. And here it is They have been planning a huge Honolulu style festival. The weather should be as perfect as it almost always is on Egg island. It seems like all is set for a wonderful party. In order to celebrate, the good people of Egg Island were going to put on a festival with a local troupe of dancers on board a giant Hawaiian boat out at sea.

Download the Audio. By Michael Brett. Continuing the adventures of the scruffy time-traveling turkey see The Disappearing Sandwich. We return to Egg Island to answer the age-old question: which came first, the turkey or the egg? On a sunny but rather cool morning on Egg Island, Tick Tock Turkey was thinking about food, as usual. He flapped up and down the beach, squawking and muttering and looking crossly at the sundial, where the long thin shadow of a stone egg pointed out the time.

Tick Tock Turkey and the Mysterious Egg

Download the audio of The Endless Pudding right click, save as. By Michael Brett The latest update from Egg Island, home to that greedy, time-traveling bird, Tick Tock Turkey, features Blobert, who on the face of it, is quite ordinary as blobs go. Like many blobs he is quite hard to see because he is often just to the left of himself. This particular blob happens to be a fabulous cook. His latest creation is a Very Filling Pudding, but it's not quite filling enough to satisfy a gobbling Turkey.

The Best Sandwich Ever disappeared and then reappeared, which was very strange. And once, Tick Tock Turkey was so desperate to eat that he invented a brand new meal that comes in between breakfast and brunch; in the process he managed to create a mysterious egg out of thin air. Now, why do all these odd things happen to Tick Tock Turkey? The answer is simple: Tick Tock Turkey, and his friend Future Dog, can travel in time, and it usually results in a lot of confusion. White, dark, milky, with nuts, with caramel, any way you like it, chocolate is the best. Tick Tock Turkey had spent the best part of the day in the jungle, steadily gobbling his way through all of the chocolatey bits and pieces beneath the Chocolate Tree.

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