Night of the Were-Ed Novel - 1Night of the Were-Ed
Written by Tdraw202
Original Plot and Comic by Nintendo-Nut1
Revised by Tdraw202
Danny Antonucci, AKA Cartoon, and Cartoon Network own Ed, Edd n Eddy, and Nintendo-Nut1 owns Night of the Were-Ed. I only revised the story.
Eddy had a scam planned for tomorrow. The scam involved a Lemonade Stand, and they would sell not only Lemonade, but soda such as Danny Cola, Dr. Miller, and Erin Dew. 25 cents a pop. Things would go well if the Kankers dont get involved.
Before they got started on the stand, they had a break while Eddy got the soda. Ed was busy running around like an idiot.
Hello, Tree, Ed said to the tree. Hello, lane, Ed said to the lane as he walked down it. Hello ground and dirt, said Ed to the ground.
Ed continued running around until he ran right into a wall. Running into a wall would be painful to a normal kid, but to a kid such as Ed, it didnt faze him. He simply opened an imaginary door using an in
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