By Christopher Munroe
The early bird, it’s been said, gets the worm.
The burly bird, then, presumably gets the larger, more muscular worm.
The Hurley bird? Dude, he gets the worm.
And the Mr. Furley bird THINKS he’ll get the worm, but finds out at the end of half an hour that it’s all been a misunderstanding.
The Larry, Moe and Curly birds attempt to get the worm, but fail due to a combination of incompetence and shenanigans.
And, obviously, the rural-ley bird absolutely crushes worm-getting.
Thus concludes my presentation. I hope you found it useful, though I suspect that you did not.