Swirl’s Chewed Things: Moola

Hello. I am Swirl.

I have eaten a lot of money in my time.

If I am careful, I can pull out the bills without eating all of the leather thing they are in. I eschew leather. It reminds me of animals. It is too animal-y for me.

Money is different. Money is like paper. I love paper. I love books, newspaper, post-it notes, receipts, bills, checks, first drafts, and small boxes.

I like money. Very much.

This is the second time I ate money.

It is hard to process. So, I don’t recommend it.

I think I ate about a hundred dollars.

6 Comments on “Swirl’s Chewed Things: Moola

  1. I’ve been “SWIRLED” but I couldn’t answer his question “why is Hamilton on a bill if he never was president?” Thought it best not to tell him about the musical. Didn’t want to start him down the path of DVDs & CDs.

    • Swirl had a momentary episode of shame after eating your wallet but appears to have moved on to his usual response of complete entitlement.

  2. Oh Swirl, that was a lot of kibble your family could have bought for you if you hadn’t eaten the money.

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