About an aeon ago, Alex and Amy arrived at an aged auntâ€™s abode and argued all afternoon. â€śArdvaaks are anteaters, Amy. And aardwolves are also anteaters.â€ť
â€śAardwolves arenâ€™t anteaters,â€ť Amy asserted.â€śAll adults accept an aardwolf as another animal altogether, Alex.â€ť
Alex advanced, animatedly against accepting Amyâ€™s answer as absolute.â€śAsk Alan. Alan agrees. Alan!â€ť
Alan â€“ another adolescent â€“ answered Alex and agreed.
Amy angered. â€śAlan also affirms alligators are alive around Antarctica. Absolutely anything Alan announces amounts as artificial. Alan and actual accuracy are always antipodes.â€ť
Alex abhorred Amy. â€śAbsurd! Antipodes? Alan ainâ€™t Australian!â€ť
Aunt Allison approached.â€śArguing? Again? Behave!â€ť