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(inspired by The Twits)

Lawson and his friends Gelman, Mundy, Skeens, Lazy Kid, Sue Bob Murphy, Kurst the Worst and Clyde Philmore were annoyed about the Metal Punks. 

Lawson: Man! We hate the Metal Punks so much!

Gelman: I know Lawson! They're the worst punk band ever!

Mundy: They're nothing but ugly geeks!

Skeens: Yeah, they whomp! 

Lazy Kid: I know! It's getting on my nerves!

Sue Bob: I know guys! How about we prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside down? We got our friend Kurst to join us!

Clyde: That's a good idea Sue Bob! We got the idea from the Roald Dahl book called The Twits. 

Kurst: Yeah, this is going to be the biggest prank ever!

Lawson; Yeah, let's go get some powerful glue so we can attach the Metal Punks' furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and their ceiling is actually their floor. 

Gelman: Yeah, let's go to our garages and fetch some powerful glue! 

So Lawson and his friends went to their garage to fetch some powerful glue. Later, Lawson and his friends had brought in the powerful glue, and they reached the Metal Punks' house. 

Lawson: Oh great! There are no Metal Punks around! Let's get inside!

Lawson and his friends went inside the Metal Punks' house, and then they entered the living room. 

Lawson: This is the living-room. The grand and glorious living-room where those punks eat! They also eat mince pies!

Gelman: Mmm! Mince pies! Yummy! 

Lawson: We mustn’t waste time! Hurry up, hurry up! Now the first thing is this! I want everyone to paint sticky glue all over the ceiling! Cover it all! Smear it in every corner!

Mundy: Over the ceiling!

Skeens: Why the ceiling?

Lawson: Never mind why! Just do as you’re told and don’t argue!

Sue Bob: But how do we get up there? We can’t reach. 

Lawson: Simple! You guys are in luck! We got ceiling brooms! 

Lawson was in a frenzy of excitement now, waving his ceiling broom and his glue bucket and leaping about all over the room.

Lawson: Come on, come on! Jump on the table! Use some ceiling brooms to spread some glue all over the ceiling! Don’t stand there gaping! We have to hurry, don’t you understand that? Those punks will be back any moment and this time they’ll detect us! Get on with it, for heaven’s sake! Get on with it!

Mundy: Right, let's do it!

And so the great glue-painting of the ceiling began. Lawson and his friends were dipping some brooms on the glue pots and kept on spreading glue all over the ceiling. Everyone was splashing away like mad and with some helpers, the job was soon finished. Lazy Kid looked at Lawson.

Lazy Kid: What now?

Lawson: Ah-ha! Now for the fun! Now for the greatest upside down trick of all time! Are you ready?

Clyde: We're ready. 

Lawson: Pull out the carpet! Pull this huge carpet out from under the furniture and stick it on to the ceiling!

Kurst: On to the ceiling!

Clyde: But that’s impossible, Lawson!

Lawson: I’ll stick you on to the ceiling if you don’t shut up!

Gelman: He’s dotty!

Mundy: He’s balmy!

Skeens: He’s batty!

Lazy Kid: He’s nutty!

Sue Bob: He’s screwy!

Kurst: He’s wacky! Poor old Lawson has gone off his wump at last!

Lawson was catching hold of one corner of the carpet. 

Lawson: Oh, do stop shouting such rubbish and give me a hand. Pull, you nitwits, pull!

The carpet was enormous. It covered the entire floor from wall to wall. It had a red and gold pattern on it. It is not easy to pull an enormous carpet off the floor when the room is full of tables and chairs.

Lawson: Pull! Pull, pull, pull! 

Lawson was like a demon hopping round the room and telling everyone what to do. Lawson couldn’t wait for the Metal Punks to be pranked. At least that’s what he hoped. With his friends all pulling and puffing, the carpet was dragged off the floor.

Lawson: Okay guys! Get the ladders ready!

Gelman: Right, the ladders!

So Lawson and his friends went off to fetch the ladders, and they placed the ladders all over the room. They lifted the carpet up on to the ceiling. Then they used the brooms to poke the carpet to keep it stuck to the ceiling. And there the carpet stuck. All at once, the whole ceiling of the living-room was carpeted in red and gold.

Lawson: Now the table, the big table! Turn the table upside down and put a dollop of sticky glue on to the bottom of each leg. Then we shall stick that on to the ceiling as well!

Hoisting the huge table upside down on to the ceiling was not an easy job, but they managed it in the end.

Gelman: Will it stay there?

Skeens: Is the glue strong enough to hold it up?

Lawson: It’s the strongest glue in the world! It's the greatest trap in the world! It's as good as my other action: putting superglue on my dad's hat.

Kurst: Oh boy! That action's funny!

Lawson: Yeah, I’m so excited I hardly know what I’m saying. Now the chairs! Do the same with the chairs! All the chairs must be stuck upside down to the ceiling! And in their right places! Oh, do hurry up, everybody! Any moment now, those punk band freaks are going to come rushing in to find us!

Lawson and his friends put glue on the bottom of each chair leg and they used to ladders to climb up and stuck the chairs up to the ceiling.

Lawson: Now the smaller tables! And the big sofa! And the sideboard! And the lamps! And all the tiny little things! The ashtrays! The ornaments! And that beastly plastic gnome on the sideboard! Everything, absolutely everything must be stuck to the ceiling!

It was terribly hard work. It was especially difficult to stick everything on to the ceiling in exactly its right place. But they got it done in the end.

Kurst: What now?

Kurst was out of breath and so tired she could hardly moved her arms.

Lawson: Now the pictures! Turn all the pictures upside down! And will you go out on to the road and watch to see when those punk band freaks are coming back.

Kurst: I’ll go, I’ll go to the front yard and keep guard. It’ll give me a rest.

They had only just finished the job when Kurst came running in, screaming.

Kurst: They’re coming back! They’re coming back!

Lawson: Oh good! They're coming back! Let's go put some powerful glue on their heads!

Sue Bob: Yeah, it's glue time!

Quickly, Lawson and his friends gathered all their stuff and went out of the house, taking their glue pots and paint-brushes with them, and they hid behind the bushes. A moment later, the Metal Punks came marching into the garden.

Kosta Karatzovalis: Aaah! What a great time before Abba songs!

Salli the Popstar: It sure is.

Ken the Emo: Let's go and cook some pizza.

Eric the Punk: And besides, we're hungry.

Just as the Metal Punks were about to enter the house, Lawson called to his friends.

Lawson: Okay guys! Now!

Lawson and his friends popped out from behind the bushes. They carried paint-brushes and paint-brushes were smeared with sticky glue. They sneaked behind the Metal Punks and they brushed a streak of sticky glue on to the tops of the Metal Punks’ heads. They did it with the lightest touch but even so the Metal Punks both felt it.

Salli the Popstar: What was that? Some beastly guy has spreaded some dirty stuff on my head!

Kosta Karatzovalis: On mine too!

Ken the Emo: Mine too!

Eric the Punk: Mine too!

Paul the Mosh: Mine too!

David the Screamo: Mine too!

Joey the Metal: Mine too!

Brian the Headbanger: Mine too!

Kosta Karatzovalis: We felt it! We felt it!

Salli the Popstar: Don’t touch it! You’ll get it all over your hands! Come inside and we’ll wash it off at the sink!

Kosta Karatzovalis: The filthy dirty brutes.

Eric the Punk: We’ll bet they did it on purpose! Just wait till we get our hands on those creeps!

Salli the Popstar got the key from under the doormat (where Lawson had carefully replaced it) and into the house they went. They went the living room and they were horrified.

Kosta Karatzovalis: What’s this?

Salli the Popstar: What’s happened?

They stood in the middle of the room, looking up. All the furniture, the big table, the chairs, the sofa, the lamps, the little side tables, the cabinet with bottles of beer in it, the ornaments, the electric fire, the carpet, everything was stuck upside down to the ceiling. The pictures were upside down on the walls. And the floor they were standing on was absolutely bare. What’s more, it had been painted white to look like the ceiling.

Eric the Punk: Look! That’s the floor!

Paul the Mosh: The floor’s up there!

David the Screamo: This is the ceiling!

Ken the Emo: We are standing on the ceiling!

Kosta Karatzovalis: We’re upside down! We must be upside down. We are standing on the ceiling looking down at the floor!

Salli the Popstar: Oh help! Help help help! I’m beginning to feel giddy!

Kosta Karatzovalis: So am I! So am I! I don’t like this one little bit!

Ken the Emo: So are we! We're all in great danger!

Brian the Headbanger: We’re upside down and all the bloods are going to our heads!

Joey the Metal: If we don’t do something quickly, we shall die, I know we will!

Kosta had an idea.

Kosta Karatzovalis: I’ve got it! I know what we’ll do! We’ll stand on our heads, then anyway we’ll be the right way up!

Salli the Popstar: That's a good idea! Let's stand on our heads so we can be the right way up!

So the Metal Punks stood on their heads, and of course, the moment the tops of their heads touched the floor, the sticky glue that Lawson and his friends had brushed on a few moments before did its job. They were stuck. They were pinned down, cemented, glued, fixed to the floor. Lawson and his friends looked through the window, and they looked satisfied. Lawson and his friends cheered.

Lawson and his friends: Yay yay yay yay yay yay! Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha! That was funny!

Lawson: Hahahahahaha! Yay, we did it! We pranked the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside down. And what's best, the Metal Punks are turned upside-down! They'll be getting the dreaded shrinks like the Twits! Hahahahahahaha! Take that, Metal Punks! They can't get off the floor that is upside-down now!

Lawson and his friends: Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

Lawson and his friends went home. Back inside the Metal Punks' house, the Metal Punks were still stuck upside down to the floor of the living room. Kosta was very angry about Lawson, and was thrashing his legs in the air.

Kosta Karatzovalis: This is so stupid! It’s all your fault, Lawson! You and your friends are the ones who are responsible of turning our living room upside down! We’re upside down! We’re upside down! Get us right-side up, you idiot!

Salli the Popstar: We were forced to stand on our heads so we'd be the right away, and it's your fault, Lawson!

Ken the Emo: Now we’ll never get free!

David the Screamo: We’re stuck here forever, because of you and your friends!

Kosta Karatzovalis: We may be stuck here forever. But no way! We’re going to get away!

Kosta Karatzovalis wriggled and squirmed, and he squiggled and wormed, and he twisted and turned, and he choggled and churned, but the sticky glue held him to the floor just as tightly as it could. He was still as upside down as ever, standing on his head. But heads were not made to be stood upon. If you stand on your head for a very long time, a horrid thing happens, and this was where the Metal Punks got their biggest shock of all. With so much weight on it from up above, their heads began to get squashed into their bodies. Quite soon, they had disappeared completely, sunk out of sight in the fatty folds of their necks.

Kosta Karatzovalis: I’m shrinking!

Salli the Popstar: So am I!

Eric the Punk: Help me!

Paul the Eric: Save us!

David the Screamo: Call a doctor!

Joey the Metal: We’re getting the dreaded shrinks!

Kosta Karatzovalis: What?! The dread shrinks?! This is terrible! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Ken the Emo: This is the end now!

Brian the Headbanger: We're getting the dread shrinks now! We're doomed!

Kosta Karatzovalis: Goodbye, cruel world!

The Metal Punks were getting the dreaded shrinks! And this time it wasn’t a fake. It was the real thing!

Their heads shrank into their necks... then their necks began shrinking into their bodies... and their bodies began shrinking into their legs... and their legs began shrinking into their feet. Until that last, all was left was eight bundles of clothes and eight pairs of shoes. There was nothing more left in this world of the Metal Punks.

(We see Lawson's dad angry with a firey background surrounding him)

Lawson's dad: (Scary voice) Erwin, Erwin, Erwin, Erwin, Erwin, get over here right now!

(We see Gelman's dad angry with a firey background surrounding him)

Gelman's dad: (Scary voice) Gelman, Gelman, Gelman, Gelman, Gelman, get over here right now!

(We see Mundy's dad angry with a firey background surrounding him)

Mundy's dad: (Scary voice) Conrad, Conrad, Conrad, Conrad, Conrad, get over here right now!

(We see Skeens' dad angry with a firey background surrounding him)

Skeens' dad: (Scary voice) Greg, Greg, Greg, Greg, Greg, get over here right now!

(We see Lazy Kid's dad angry with a firey background surrounding him)

Lazy Kid's dad: (Scary voice) Richard, Richard, Richard, Richard, Richard, get over here right now!

(We see Sue Bob's dad angry with a firey background surrounding him)

Sue Bob's dad: (Scary voice) Sue Bob, Sue Bob, Sue Bob, Sue Bob, Sue Bob, get over here right now!

(We see Clyde's dad angry with a firey background surrounding him)

Clyde's dad: (Scary voice) Clyde, Clyde, Clyde, Clyde, Clyde, get over here right now!

(We see Kurst's dad angry with a firey background surrounding him)

Kurst's dad: (Scary voice) Kirsten, Kirsten, Kirsten, Kirsten, Kirsten, get over here right now!

In Lawson's house, Lawson's dad scolded Lawson.

Lawson's dad: Erwin, how dare you prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside-down?! That is very unacceptable! Why did you do that? Huh? Where did you get the idea from?

Lawson: I got the idea from the Roald Dahl book The Twits. This is where the Muggle-Wumps are fed up of being forced to stand on their heads, with the help of the birds use Mr. Twit's powerful glue to attach the couple's furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and that their ceiling is actually their floor. The birds also smear glue on the Twits' heads, which permanently fixes them to the ground when a panicked Mr. Twit suggests that they stand on their heads so that they are 'the right way up' after they first walk into the upside down living room. Stuck on their heads with all their weight pressing down on them, they catch the dreaded shrinks which are a disease that Mr. Twit had convinced Mrs. Twit that she had earlier in the book as one of the aforementioned pranks, their bodies compressing downwards so that they eventually shrink away into nothing, leaving the Muggle-Wumps free to escape. So that's why me and my friends have to turn the Metal Punks' living room upside-down, and then spread some glue on the Metal Punks' heads so they can suffer the same thing the Twits do. The same thing is to get them stuck on their heads on the upside-down floor.

Lawson's dad: That was a very bad thing to do! You should be ashamed of yourself! That was a very dangerous prank! That's it, you are grounded, grounded, grounded for a month! Go to your room now and think about what you have done!

Lawson went to his room, crying.

Lawson: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

In Gelman's house, Gelman's dad scolded Gelman.

Gelman's dad: Gelman, how dare you prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside-down?! That is very unacceptable! Why did you do that? Huh? Where did you get the idea from?

Gelman: Lawson got the idea from the Roald Dahl book The Twits. This is where the Muggle-Wumps are fed up of being forced to stand on their heads, with the help of the birds use Mr. Twit's powerful glue to attach the couple's furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and that their ceiling is actually their floor. The birds also smear glue on the Twits' heads, which permanently fixes them to the ground when a panicked Mr. Twit suggests that they stand on their heads so that they are 'the right way up' after they first walk into the upside down living room. Stuck on their heads with all their weight pressing down on them, they catch the dreaded shrinks which are a disease that Mr. Twit had convinced Mrs. Twit that she had earlier in the book as one of the aforementioned pranks, their bodies compressing downwards so that they eventually shrink away into nothing, leaving the Muggle-Wumps free to escape. So that's why me and my friends have to turn the Metal Punks' living room upside-down, and then spread some glue on the Metal Punks' heads so they can suffer the same thing the Twits do. The same thing is to get them stuck on their heads on the upside-down floor.

Gelman's dad: That was a very bad thing to do! You should be ashamed of yourself! That was a very dangerous prank! That's it, you are grounded, grounded, grounded for a month! Go to your room now and think about what you have done!

Gelman went to his room, crying.

Gelman: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

In Mundy's house, Mundy's dad scolded Mundy.

Mundy's dad: Conrad, how dare you prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside-down?! That is very unacceptable! Why did you do that? Huh? Where did you get the idea from?

Mundy: Lawson got the idea from the Roald Dahl book The Twits. This is where the Muggle-Wumps are fed up of being forced to stand on their heads, with the help of the birds use Mr. Twit's powerful glue to attach the couple's furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and that their ceiling is actually their floor. The birds also smear glue on the Twits' heads, which permanently fixes them to the ground when a panicked Mr. Twit suggests that they stand on their heads so that they are 'the right way up' after they first walk into the upside down living room. Stuck on their heads with all their weight pressing down on them, they catch the dreaded shrinks which are a disease that Mr. Twit had convinced Mrs. Twit that she had earlier in the book as one of the aforementioned pranks, their bodies compressing downwards so that they eventually shrink away into nothing, leaving the Muggle-Wumps free to escape. So that's why me and my friends have to turn the Metal Punks' living room upside-down, and then spread some glue on the Metal Punks' heads so they can suffer the same thing the Twits do. The same thing is to get them stuck on their heads on the upside-down floor.

Mundy's dad: That was a very bad thing to do! You should be ashamed of yourself! That was a very dangerous prank! That's it, you are grounded, grounded, grounded for a month! Go to your room now and think about what you have done!

Mundy went to his room, crying.

Mundy: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

In Skeens' house, Skeens' dad scolded Skeens.

Skeens' dad: Greg, how dare you prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside-down?! That is very unacceptable! Why did you do that? Huh? Where did you get the idea from?

Skeens: Lawson got the idea from the Roald Dahl book The Twits. This is where the Muggle-Wumps are fed up of being forced to stand on their heads, with the help of the birds use Mr. Twit's powerful glue to attach the couple's furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and that their ceiling is actually their floor. The birds also smear glue on the Twits' heads, which permanently fixes them to the ground when a panicked Mr. Twit suggests that they stand on their heads so that they are 'the right way up' after they first walk into the upside down living room. Stuck on their heads with all their weight pressing down on them, they catch the dreaded shrinks which are a disease that Mr. Twit had convinced Mrs. Twit that she had earlier in the book as one of the aforementioned pranks, their bodies compressing downwards so that they eventually shrink away into nothing, leaving the Muggle-Wumps free to escape. So that's why me and my friends have to turn the Metal Punks' living room upside-down, and then spread some glue on the Metal Punks' heads so they can suffer the same thing the Twits do. The same thing is to get them stuck on their heads on the upside-down floor.

Skeens' dad: That was a very bad thing to do! You should be ashamed of yourself! That was a very dangerous prank! That's it, you are grounded, grounded, grounded for a month! Go to your room now and think about what you have done!

Skeens went to his room, crying.

Skeens: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

In Lazy Kid's house, Lazy Kid's dad scolded Lazy Kid.

Lazy Kid's dad: Richard, how dare you prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside-down?! That is very unacceptable! Why did you do that? Huh? Where did you get the idea from?

Lazy Kid: Lawson got the idea from the Roald Dahl book The Twits. This is where the Muggle-Wumps are fed up of being forced to stand on their heads, with the help of the birds use Mr. Twit's powerful glue to attach the couple's furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and that their ceiling is actually their floor. The birds also smear glue on the Twits' heads, which permanently fixes them to the ground when a panicked Mr. Twit suggests that they stand on their heads so that they are 'the right way up' after they first walk into the upside down living room. Stuck on their heads with all their weight pressing down on them, they catch the dreaded shrinks which are a disease that Mr. Twit had convinced Mrs. Twit that she had earlier in the book as one of the aforementioned pranks, their bodies compressing downwards so that they eventually shrink away into nothing, leaving the Muggle-Wumps free to escape. So that's why me and my friends have to turn the Metal Punks' living room upside-down, and then spread some glue on the Metal Punks' heads so they can suffer the same thing the Twits do. The same thing is to get them stuck on their heads on the upside-down floor.

Lazy Kid's dad: That was a very bad thing to do! You should be ashamed of yourself! That was a very dangerous prank! That's it, you are grounded, grounded, grounded for a month! Go to your room now and think about what you have done!

Lazy Kid went to his room, crying.

Lazy Kid: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

In Sue Bob's house, Sue Bob's dad scolded Sue Bob.

Sue Bob's dad: Sue Bob, how dare you prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside-down?! That is very unacceptable! Why did you do that? Huh? Where did you get the idea from?

Sue Bob: Lawson got the idea from the Roald Dahl book The Twits. This is where the Muggle-Wumps are fed up of being forced to stand on their heads, with the help of the birds use Mr. Twit's powerful glue to attach the couple's furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and that their ceiling is actually their floor. The birds also smear glue on the Twits' heads, which permanently fixes them to the ground when a panicked Mr. Twit suggests that they stand on their heads so that they are 'the right way up' after they first walk into the upside down living room. Stuck on their heads with all their weight pressing down on them, they catch the dreaded shrinks which are a disease that Mr. Twit had convinced Mrs. Twit that she had earlier in the book as one of the aforementioned pranks, their bodies compressing downwards so that they eventually shrink away into nothing, leaving the Muggle-Wumps free to escape. So that's why me and my friends have to turn the Metal Punks' living room upside-down, and then spread some glue on the Metal Punks' heads so they can suffer the same thing the Twits do. The same thing is to get them stuck on their heads on the upside-down floor.

Sue Bob's dad: That was a very bad thing to do! You should be ashamed of yourself! That was a very dangerous prank! That's it, you are grounded, grounded, grounded for a month! Go to your room now and think about what you have done!

Sue Bob went to her room, crying.

Sue Bob: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

In Clyde's house, Clyde's dad scolded Clyde.

Clyde's dad: Clyde, how dare you prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside-down?! That is very unacceptable! Why did you do that? Huh? Where did you get the idea from?

Clyde: Lawson got the idea from the Roald Dahl book The Twits. This is where the Muggle-Wumps are fed up of being forced to stand on their heads, with the help of the birds use Mr. Twit's powerful glue to attach the couple's furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and that their ceiling is actually their floor. The birds also smear glue on the Twits' heads, which permanently fixes them to the ground when a panicked Mr. Twit suggests that they stand on their heads so that they are 'the right way up' after they first walk into the upside down living room. Stuck on their heads with all their weight pressing down on them, they catch the dreaded shrinks which are a disease that Mr. Twit had convinced Mrs. Twit that she had earlier in the book as one of the aforementioned pranks, their bodies compressing downwards so that they eventually shrink away into nothing, leaving the Muggle-Wumps free to escape. So that's why me and my friends have to turn the Metal Punks' living room upside-down, and then spread some glue on the Metal Punks' heads so they can suffer the same thing the Twits do. The same thing is to get them stuck on their heads on the upside-down floor.

Clyde's dad: That was a very bad thing to do! You should be ashamed of yourself! That was a very dangerous prank! That's it, you are grounded, grounded, grounded for a month! Go to your room now and think about what you have done!

Clyde went to his room, crying.

Clyde: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

In Kurst's house, Kurst's dad scolded Kurst.

Kurst's dad: Kirsten, how dare you prank the Metal Punks by turning their living room upside-down?! That is very unacceptable! Why did you do that? Huh? Where did you get the idea from?

Kurst: Lawson got the idea from the Roald Dahl book The Twits. This is where the Muggle-Wumps are fed up of being forced to stand on their heads, with the help of the birds use Mr. Twit's powerful glue to attach the couple's furniture to their ceiling while they are away to trick them into thinking that they are upside down and that their ceiling is actually their floor. The birds also smear glue on the Twits' heads, which permanently fixes them to the ground when a panicked Mr. Twit suggests that they stand on their heads so that they are 'the right way up' after they first walk into the upside down living room. Stuck on their heads with all their weight pressing down on them, they catch the dreaded shrinks which are a disease that Mr. Twit had convinced Mrs. Twit that she had earlier in the book as one of the aforementioned pranks, their bodies compressing downwards so that they eventually shrink away into nothing, leaving the Muggle-Wumps free to escape. So that's why me and my friends have to turn the Metal Punks' living room upside-down, and then spread some glue on the Metal Punks' heads so they can suffer the same thing the Twits do. The same thing is to get them stuck on their heads on the upside-down floor.

Kurst's dad: That was a very bad thing to do! You should be ashamed of yourself! That was a very dangerous prank! That's it, you are grounded, grounded, grounded for a month! Go to your room now and think about what you have done!

Kurst went to her room, crying.

Kurst: Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

CAST

Eric as Lawson, Mundy and Eric the Punk

Joey as Gelman, Joey the Metal and Sue Bob's dad

Brian as Skeens and Brian the Headbanger

Duncan as Lazy Kid

Kendra as Sue Bob Murphy

Steven as Clyde Philmore

Kimberly as Kurst the Worst

Russell as Kosta Karatzovalis

Salli as Salli the Popstar

Dave as Ken the Emo and Lazy Kid's dad

Paul as Paul the Mosh

Evil Genius/David/Zack as David the Screamo

Wiseguy as Mr Lawson (Lawson's dad)

Simon as Gelman's dad and Mr Skeens (Skeens' dad)

Alan as Mr Mundy (Mundy's dad)

Diesel as Clyde's dad and Mr Kurst (Kurst's dad)

Scary voice as Lawson's dad's angry voice, Gelman's dad's angry voice, Mundy's dad's angry voice, Skeens' dad's angry voice, Lazy Kid's dad's angry voice, Sue Bob's dad's angry voice, Clyde's dad's angry voice and Kurst's dad's angry voice

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