The boys are on the beach in Rio de Janeiro.
“Don’t you talk about my father like that”
They can’t be serious as they are smiling said John.
Look out or my big brother will get you too!
They might have the same father or same mother.
There is a little boy in the background watching the two boys, looking forward to a good punch up.
Maybe he is a younger brother or a stranger looking on or he wants to get into the fight.
Gwen feels that the older boy in the background is being told to “butt out”, but he wants them to fight and he is egging them on.
The names of the two boys fighting are Pablo & Juan and probably age between 8-10 years old.
Their parents have sent the children out to play, as they wanted to have time together.
Maybe they are only playing and skylarking around.
The stickybeak in the background is a lot older.
Pablo & Juan are facing up but no punches are being thrown as yet.
Pablo & Juan decided perhaps it will be easier to share than to fight.
The little boy on the side said ‘Break it up fella’s.
The older boy realises there is not going to be a fight and decides that he will shout them all a ice creams. Shake hands and be friends said Gladys.
Mum & Dad are in the house looking out the window and saw all the boys having ice cream.
But Pablo & Juan decide to meet again next week to continue the fight and eat a Triple treat ice cream.
Storytellers: Phyllis, Gwen, Terry, John, Gladys, Jill, Fay, Dorrie, Val