The rocks are endangered! What do you mean you can find them in your backyard? No! YoU aRe A lIaR!
As I said, :AHEM:, rocks are endangered. It is our duty to honor them! We must make sure they have a loving home!
Rock care guide:
Rocks like closets and paper.
Train your rock well. Some tricks they can preform include:
o Be quiet
It's a large variety of tricks!
Rocks love exercise. Be sure to walk your rock once a day. Don't worry, they don't mind being dragged.
Feed your rock. They like to eat dirt and sprinkles. Simply drop some on top of your rock.
Water your rock. Dropping him/her in the local pool is a good option.
Name your rock. Your rock needs a rock name. Like teddy or cake slice.
Pick the right rock for you. There is a big variety. Big, small, brown, black, darker brown. Wow, so many!
All rocks have a personality. Get them some things to match it! Like a punk rock I-pod! It's worth it!
Congrats! You have successfully made it through the school of rock care! A+! Now go play with your rock!
Going out for a week? Drop your rock off in rock day camp! We have lots of activities! Like sink in the river! Just ask and send your rock right over!
Does your rock need a buddy? Great! We have a rock hol-- I MEAN ORPHANAGE!
Don't forget to assign your rock to rock school! He needs to be educated!
Fred - light brown with some tan + a dash of brown - Round on one side flat on the other - Sedimentary
Fumio - Red and brown and red and brown and red and brown - Deformed oval - Metamorphic