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Who’s the Goodest Boy?

Mia Stolpe, Staff writer

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Who is the goodest boy?

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Hi, I’m Huckleberry and I’m a little chubby, but I wiggle when I walk and my best friend is a stuffed puppy I can’t go anywhere without.













My name’s Charlie and once I ran away into the mountains and came back home after six days.













Hello, I’m Arlo and I’m very fluffy and floppy and I have a fat head and small ears.















My name’s Cooper and I am magic.














Hi, I’m Bear and I’m a hurricane Harvey survivor and a very good boy.















My name is Rex and I can jump through hula hoops!














I am Bruno Bojangles Hand. I’m immune to chocolate and I love cheese. I give love to everyone and there’s a spot on my belly that makes my leg kick.









The name’s Osito and I am an icon.














My name is Missy and I’m 13 but I still think I’m a puppy. I’m up for any adventure!














My name’s Walter and I’ll understand you, make you laugh, bring you toys to play fetch, lick the tears off of your eyes and nap with you!

Mia Stolpe, Staff Writer

Mia is a senior at Rocky and doesn't really know what she wants to do in life but has lots of aspirations. She spends a lot of time in the art department...

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One Response to “Who’s the Goodest Boy?”

  1. Jackson Sutherland on March 27th, 2019 8:23 am

    You’ve asked an impossible question! making someone choose between all these good boys is impossible!

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