For Lo! It came to pass that while Sparketta was with child, father unknown, all the inhabitants of Sparkyville were required to go to the place of their birth to register their guns and religion, their political theories, and their national origins. So JoSparky loaded up his wife and the necessary supplies for a trip to Vancouver.
There was no room at the Motel 6 in that city. JoSparky asked at the first bar they came to, and MoSparky, a trucker from Ontario, said he had a place where they could stay. JoSparky said that was good, because Sparketta was about to push the bun out of the oven.
But when they got there, the cupboard was bare. Still, it was free, in really good shape, and bigger than their whole apartment in Sparkyville.
free kitchen cupboard in really good shape. 13″ x 20″ x 30.5″
And Sparketta brought forth her son and laid him in the cupboard so that visitors could leave the gold and other gifts on the upper shelves. Thanks to NinjaChow, submitter, who says, “In Vancouver’s real estate market this could probably be an entire kitchen.”