"'I look and smell,' Aunt
Spoiler Warning! This poem is spoken by Aunt
Sponge and Aunt Spiker as they admire themselves on a hot summer's day.
Aunt Sponge thinks she looks and smells as lovely as a rose. "But don't
forget," Aunt Spiker cried, "how much your tummy shows!" Aunt Spiker
thinks she's is more beautiful, but Aunt Sponge tells her she's only bones
and skin. Sponge thinks she belongs in Hollywood in the movies. "I think
you'd make," Aunt Spiker said, "a lovely Frankenstein."
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