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The Cookie Conspiracy A place of eternal happiness so it seems Though looks can be decieving we have never seen this place It is a place we have only heard of heard of the positive things heard of nothing but good and fuzzy stuff But beneath the blanket of the fake lies the real side of this hellish port A conspiracy so huge on its own people that it is truly unfathimable to us as humans I am talking about the Cookieland Government and the genocide they are performing on its own citizens Citizens who thought they were seeking a new beginning are in reality meeting their painful doom Cookies so it seemsare a tasty way to snack But in the text ahead you will read why those cookies really got to you and where they thought they were going If you have paid attention to the news lately you will know that many bad things have been happening recently in Cookieland Keebler Elves have been on strike Oreos arent just fun to twist and Little Debbie has been on the rise and is taking away a majority of business from these wonderful people So like immigrants back in the 1800s the cookies want to get out of their homeland and onto a better place So this is where the Cookieland Government comes into play They have proposed a plan which reads as follows All cookies wanting to move away from Cookieland at this time of hardship are to apply at the Central Government agencies Upon approval your cookie family 3 generations Will be put in a three part boat each part for a generation From there you will be shipped to a secluded place which we have designated for cookies at this time Cost is small and you can stay as long as you want So apply today Up until now many cookies have applied for what has been called a
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