Prince Oscar sniffed the smell of guffers (small black creatures with one red eye and one purple eye), which smelled like freshly scythed grass and petrichor while in Lawmaking class.
"Do you smell that?," said Prince Oscar to his friend Prince Zachary.
"Yes.," said Prince Zachary.
"You're smelling guffers! See, I told you guffers are stealing the cows and food!," said Prince Oscar.
"That's impossible! That smell is from the school gardener working in the rain!," said Prince Zachary.
"Boys! Listen up! Now, you all learned lawmaking techniques and sensibility, two elements essential to making laws, for the past years. But as we move into this new unit, we will be working on creating your own laws. Your laws must be sensible and legible. But first, we will look at different law codes used in the history of our kingdom. The first law code used in our kingdom's history will be looking at today is Xavier's Code, which was written by which of our kings?," said Professor Pollock.
Prince Oscar raised his hand.
"Yes, Oscar?," said Professor Pollock.
"I smell a guffer.," said Prince Oscar.
There was much giggling to this response.
"Guffers are fictional! To the principal's office for creating such an unnecessary distraction!," said Professor Pollock.
"Principal Ernswire, I came to see you for causing a distraction in class.," said Prince Oscar.
"And what was that distraction?," said Principal Ernswire.
"I said I smelled a guffer.," said Prince Oscar.
"Oh no. The kingdom wide food shortage must be giving you hallucinations! I will take you to the school counselor.," said Principal Ernswire.
"But I really did smell the smell of a guffer, Mr. Torrins!," said Prince Oscar. Mr. Torrins was the school counselor at King Elmer's Academy for Princes.
"The smell of guffers occurs in nature....you are probably smelling today's wet grass.," said Mr. Torrins.
"Oh. Well, all right then. I'm all fine now. Goodbye, sir.," said Prince Oscar. He left.