A Cooper's hawk has been treating the in-laws to a slasher film set on their own front porch. Little birds pop their heads out of the hedge, Cooper's Hawk eats them, Ken swings his cane at them. This has happened before, and we got them a fake goose to scare the hawk, and then the goose was raptured along with the Jesus sign.
The replacement for that goose is gone too now. Of course, Gary ordered a new goose on-line. It arrived in a comically enormous box.
Gary dragged the box in the house. "This is so heavy."
I said, "Maybe it's an animatronic goose."
He opened the box and cried, "Look, it's two geese!"
He pulled out a goose, exposing a third goose hidden below. And it was a box of chocolates, with two layers of geese, and an additional bottom layer of heads and legs, and it turns out there were four geese in all.
Gary said, "Oh, that's why it cost so much! I thought $130 dollars was a lot for one goose."
Gary assembled the geese at his parents.
He screwed a lot of geese that day. But now the in-laws are set for geese. They have a flock.
All flocked up, as it were.