One day Tilly-Bear was driving down the highway when suddenly a rabbit began hopping across the road. She swerved to avoid hitting the rabbit but, before she could do anything, the rabbit jumped in front of the car and was hit.
Tilly-Bear pulled over to the side of the road and got out of her car to see what happened to the rabbit. Much to her dismay, the rabbit was dead. Tilly-Bear felt awful and she began to cry, "Oh, if only I had been driving slower. It's all my fault". Not knowing what else she could do, Tilly-Bear decided to called her brother, Theodore, on her cell phone to ask for help. A few minutes later, Theodore arrived and saw his sister crying over the dead rabbit lying in the road.
"I know what to do", said Theodore. He went to the trunk of his car and pulled out a spray can. Then, he went back to where the rabbit laid dead and sprayed it with the entire contents of the can.
Suddenly, miraculously, the rabbit came back to life, jumped up, waved its paw at the two bears, and hopped down the road. Fifty feet away, the rabbit stopped, turned around, waved again, hopped down the road another fifty feet, waved and hopped another fifty feet and waved again.
Tilly-Bear was so astonished she couldn't believe her own eyes. "What did you spray on that rabbit?" Tilly-Bear demanded.
"It's hair spray", said Theodore. "See, it says right here on the label: Restores life to dead hair and adds permanent wave."
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