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Holed up in their old decrepit warehouses and factories, away from the prying eyes of humans, they pondered. If there was one question that had plagued the race of Rugrats since the beginning of recorded history, it was this: "What do we call our young?" Given that the term "rugrat" colloquially referred to children in general, this was quite a conundrum. Plrato, Socratties, Democrattus, Aristratle- all had failed to shed light on this most perplexing of problems. The answer hovered out of reach even to the present day. In modern times, "flannelrats" or "tea-towelrats" were popular choices, while naughty children were often referred to as "snotty hankyrats".
Acrylic on illustration board, 50 x 40.5 cm.