|yeti yettin sleeping two-headed|
|A yeti with two heads, one of which appears sleeping, sings a lullaby.|
|One of the parents of this Yeti must have been an ettin, thus resulting in |
a crossbreed commonly related to as 'yettin'. He, for it is definitely a
he, has all the typical features of a Yeti: the height and the brawn,
matched by the lack of brains in both his heads. The faces on the heads
are identical, only one of them is sleeping peacefully and the other is
singing a lullaby to it. Both heads and the body are covered in pure white
hair which allows for perfect mimicry.
A yettin is in an excellent condition.
|by Bazilus , 24.09.2002 19:41 MSK|