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|next=[[*Holiday Wars Pawnz-week*]]}}'''The Orange Tomato '''is the continuation of [[The Unbearable Rabbit]] story.
 
|next=[[*Holiday Wars Pawnz-week*]]}}'''The Orange Tomato '''is the continuation of [[The Unbearable Rabbit]] story.
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
[[Zoë]] continues her narration to [[Min]] explaining that, after Torg's [[The Unbearable Rabbit|unsuccessful attempt to defend his garden]], he became more obssessed than ever with getting his revenge on the woodland animals and announced during breakfast that he would get rid of them with the "operation" ''Orange Tomato, ''much to [[Kiki]]'s horror. Fed up with this obsession, Zoë presented to [[Torg]] the internet game ''Hamsternom, '' in which the player feeds a digital hamster without overfeeding it, but the more friends the player manages to help feed the hamster, the more points and applications he gets. From this point in her narration, Zoë claimed to have made a grave mistake. Once again, the group became distracted by the internet and, to Kiki's chagrin, forgot to feed her. Also, as in [[The Shallow Beds|Shallow Beds]], Torg had little success in getting friends on the net while [[Riff]] and Zoë achieved several points in Hamsternom. Torg decided to get more friends and points for the game by sneaking to the market with the help of [[Bun-bun]] and [[Jessup]], but Zoë and Riff notice that and, suspicious, follow them.
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[[Zoë]] continue her narration to [[Min]] explaining that, after Torg's [[The Unbearable Rabbit|unsuccessful attempt to defend his garden]], he become more obssesed than ever to get his revenge on the woodland animals and announced during the breakfast that he would get rid of them with the "operation" ''Orange Tomato, ''much to [[Kiki]]'s horror. Fed up with this obsession, Zoë presents to [[Torg]] the internet game ''Hamsternom, ''wich consists in the player feeding a digital hamster without overfeeding it, but the more friends the player manages to help feed the hamster, the more points and applications he gets. From this point in her narration, Zoë claimed to have done a grave mistake. Once again, the group become distract with the internet and, to Kiki's chagrin, forgot to feed her. Also, like in [[The Shallow Beds|Shallow Beds]], Torg has little success in getting friends on the net while [[Riff]] and Zoë achieved several points in Hamsternom. Torg decided to get more friends and points for the game by sneaking to the market with the help of [[Bun-bun]] and [[Jessup]], but Zoë and Riff notice that and, suspecious, follow them.
   
Needless to say, Torg made a fool of himself in the market, but he did have some moderate success in get friends (for example, when a woman wrongly assumed that Torg was wooing her, she slapped him, but soon forgave him, even giving him her number, after Torg explained the true situation). There Torg met his internet friend the park ranger [[Shika Nogeyama]], also known by the alias Noogy, and Torg promptly introduced her to his gang. After hearing his problem, Noogy decided to take them to her friend, Harold Aitch, a nerdy, but friendly expert on computation and social networks. Before formally introducing him, Noogy showed him some animals rescued in human territory, including the bear from the previous story, who Noogy correctly suspected to have been beaten up by a mother bear and [[Bun-bun|a small rabbit]]. This led to Torg mentioning Bun-bun, making the bear swear revenge against the mini lop. After formal introdution, Harold Aicth claimed that he have created an internet game that would make them dropped the one they are currently playing, but when Torg ask how this game could be better than Hamsternom, Harold run away crying and revels, in anger, that Hamsternom ''is'' the game that he was talking about, and that the coorporation that he showed the game, Xployt-U-shoft, must have realeased the game without his consent.
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Needless to say, Torg make the fool of himself in the market, but he did have some moderate success in get friends (for exemple, when a woman wrongly assumed that Torg was wooing her, she slaps him, but soon forgives and even gave her number after Torg explained the true situation). There Torg meets his internet friend the park ranger [[Shika Nogeyama]], also know by the alias Noogy, and Torg promptly introduces her to his gang. After hearing his problem, Noogy decided to take them to her friend, Harold Aicth, a nerdy, but friendly expert of computation and social network. Before formally introduce him, Noogy shows some animals rescued in human territory, and one of them includes the bear from the previous story, who Noogy correctly suspects to have been beat up by a mother bear and [[Bun-bun|a small rabbit]]. This leads to Torg mentioning Bun-bun, making the bear swear revenge against the mini lop. After formal introdution, Harold Aicth claimed that he have created an internet game that would make them dropped the one they are currently playing, but when Torg ask how this game could be better than Hamsternom, Harold run away crying and revels, in anger, that Hamsternom ''is'' the game that he was talking about, and that the coorporation that he showed the game, Xployt-U-shoft, must have realeased the game without his consent.
   
 
Rushing to home, Harold vows to sue them, but when he reachs his computer, he learns that Xployt-U-shoft is ''suing'' him for "defamation" for accusing them in the internet of stealing the game (the topic become a hit in Bleater due to Zoë having wrote about it). During an argument with the CEO, Harold scolded him for stealing his life project and for faselly accusing him of lying, but the CEO simply mocked him, citting that he has no proof that the game was his original idea, and that the idea that it took his wholly life to create a game that consist in feeding a pet is too silly to be taken serious in any courty. Meanwhile, the Cub from the previous story encounters the bear and taunted him for being so easily beaten by his mother, but when he reveals that he knowns where Torg and Bun-bun live (due to his friendship with the squirrels), the bear quickly rip his cage apart and follows the cub to home. When it becomes clear that the bear isn't a good strategist (trying to openly challenge Bun-bun, despite the latter being far stronger than he is) the Cub suggests to the bear to wait for Bun-bun outside and attack him in the back to prevent a counter attack.
 
Rushing to home, Harold vows to sue them, but when he reachs his computer, he learns that Xployt-U-shoft is ''suing'' him for "defamation" for accusing them in the internet of stealing the game (the topic become a hit in Bleater due to Zoë having wrote about it). During an argument with the CEO, Harold scolded him for stealing his life project and for faselly accusing him of lying, but the CEO simply mocked him, citting that he has no proof that the game was his original idea, and that the idea that it took his wholly life to create a game that consist in feeding a pet is too silly to be taken serious in any courty. Meanwhile, the Cub from the previous story encounters the bear and taunted him for being so easily beaten by his mother, but when he reveals that he knowns where Torg and Bun-bun live (due to his friendship with the squirrels), the bear quickly rip his cage apart and follows the cub to home. When it becomes clear that the bear isn't a good strategist (trying to openly challenge Bun-bun, despite the latter being far stronger than he is) the Cub suggests to the bear to wait for Bun-bun outside and attack him in the back to prevent a counter attack.
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