Six Dinner Sid

Sid lives at number one, Aristotle Street.
He also lives at number two, number three, number four, number five and number six.
Sid lives in six houses so that he can have six dinners.
Every night he has dinner in number one, then in number two and then in number three, four, five and six. Then he is really full.
The people in Aristotle Street do not talk to one another. So they all think Sid is their cat. So Sid has six names. And he sleeps in six different beds.
Life is wonderful for Sid, but one day he gets a bad cough and six people take Sid to the vet.
So Sid doesn't have just one spoonful of medicine. He has six.
The vet rings the people in Aristotle street and they find out that Sid lives in number one and two and three and four and five and six. They are very angry. They say that Sid can only have one dinner a day.
So Sid goes to live at number one, Pythagoras Place. And he also goes to live at numbers two, three, four, five and six.
But here at Pythagoras Place the people talk to one another. So they know that Sid has six dinners. But they don't mind.


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