George snuck into the cookie jar. He was going to feed his dog, Buddy Rusty, but Cindy's Chocolate Chip cookies tasted so good. George was out riding his bike instead of going to Sunday School. He has his Sunday shirt and shoes on. He's going to be in trouble because he skipped church and his jeans are ripped. He's sucking his thumb. Actually, he's licking the jam off of his thumb from breakfast.
George comes from a divorced family. He is spending the week with his dad. You can tell because he is all grubby and his mom would never let him go to church looking like that!
George's dog, Buddy, is sure friendly. He is thinking, "I want some too!" George will be in trouble if his dad catches him, or maybe he will decide to sit down and have a few cookies himself. George might give Buddy some cookies so that he can blame the dog for eating all the cookies. George will claim that he was just cleaning the cupboard and grandma's cookies jar fell and broke and spilled the cookies onto the floor. Buddy came along and ate the cookies!
The kitchen looks like it is from the 1950s. You can tell because of the floor and the wallpaper.
George sure needs a haircut. He looks like a little ragamuffin with grubby hands. His hands are dirty because the chain fell off of his bike and he had to put it back on.
George doesn't have any siblings because if he did, they would be helping him eat the cookies. His mom is going to be mad when George comes home as a mess!
George and Buddy are best friends. They get into lots of trouble together. This morning the cookies jar seemed more interesting to them than Sunday school. He is washing the cookies down with a glass of coca cola. Chocolate chip cookies and coca cola, what could be better?
Regardless of the situation, "George doesn't get in trouble."