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Bestest FriendI have a little Ant named Fred,he is my bestest friend.He lives inside a potted plantthat he and I both tend.You'd think that because of his small sizethat we can't have much fun,but actually, by the end of the day,there's much that we have done.We run and bike and scuba dive,build castles on the beach.And go to many restarauntswith buffets that he can reach.We've parachuted, built a house,and detailed thirteen cars.And frequently go golfing,I get birdies, he gets pars.And though Fred's lifespan's really short,I know that, in the end,I'll always remember Fred the Ant,my very bestest friend.