This is a cheese boi. A big ol cheese
boi’s called a plague boi. But not all plague bois are bad boys. In fact they’re
good boys. To understand cheese bois you have to understand rat-natomy.
First, there’s the sniffly wiggler. Also called the snoot. Give it a little boop.
Then there’s a radar dishes, beady peepers, whippy bit, little grabbies,
and the chomper. Nibble, nibble, nibble. Nibble, nibble, nibble. Cheese bois have many relatives, like the tree rat,
the ouch mouse— also called the spiky floof— the furry potato, the guinea pig, and mouse. Cheese bois have to watch out for lots of predators, like birbs, sneks, and
danger cheese. But the most lethal predators are cattos. And the more fatto the catto, the more dangerous. He chomnk, he dangerous.
A h*ckin chonker is h*ckin dangerous, and then if it’s a MEGACHONKER… megadangerous. There are lots of clever names
you can give your cheese bois. Like Julius Cheeser, Roger Chedderar, and Rat. It’s short for Ratthew. He’s a gouda boy. visualize your cheese boys, and anything else, with Lucidchart.