Giselle the witch made some stocks that she wanted to have tested for strength. She asked her friend, Bullard the werewolf, if he thought that it would be strong enough to hold him, even under extreme circumstances. He didn't think it would be strong enough to hold a werewolf, just being made of wood. She said it's stronger than it looks. Bullard took this as a challenge and asked to be put into the stocks. Giselle locked him in and she asked him to pull on it as hard as he could. Bullard laughed at the thought of it knowing that he will break it into spinters, then he tugged at it as hard as he could. To his amazement he was still held firmly into the stocks. Then he tried harder and harder and the stocks wouldn't give. Giselle asked her assistant, Renaldo the goblin, to come in and help her with her testing of the new stocks. Bullard didn't see why this was necessary, but why not. Giselle whispered in Renaldo's ear. Then she told Bullard they where going to make the ultimate test of strength to the stocks because she didn't think that he was trying hard enough so she said that she was going to try something new at the count of 3 that should put the stocks to the ultimate test. This made Bullard a bit nervous, he would be surprised if they did anything to hurt him because they are his best friends. Giselle walked out to Bullard's bound feet and Renaldo walked over to under Bullard's left arm. Giselle counted "One, two, and three!" and both her and Renaldo started tickling Bullard like crazy! "No, not that Tee! Hee! HA! HA! HA! Please! HA! HA! HA! HA! I'm very TICKLISH! Wah! HA! HA! HA! HA! I can't HA! HA! HA! HA! BREAK FREE! Giselle just laughed about the situation "Of course you can't break free, it is made of wood, but I put a spell on it! Now the stocks are as strong as titanium, even your not strong enough to bust out of this one. Me and Renaldo thought it would be fun to make you laugh at your own expense after all the jokes you been playing with us lately. True, we would never hurt you, but we wouldn't mind tickling the living $#!% out of you! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!"
Media: ink, markers, and color pencils on drawing paper