By The Allengator
Petey was hanging up the final streamer on the gazeebo. The town was getting ready to have their annual town-finding parade, and he was placed in charge of decorating the nearby buildings. The parade would be soon, and Petey was excited that people would see his handywork. This could be his big chance for a good job, to get his name out there, to have people appreciate his talents, and maybe to have someone really special know he's out there. In order to seal the deal, he put his signiture on every piece of decoration there.
The parade begins, and the master of ceremonies flew ahead of the crowd. He sees Petey's handywork. The master was a lady who worked as an interior decorator and cringed at the sight. She saw Petey's name on a banner. She finds him and invites him to join the parade. "Here, stand between the Jr. marching band and the next people." she said. "Finally, a woman notices me!" Petey thought, though it was his last, as a troupe of horseriders trampled him, making him, as you guess, pass out.
Moral of the story: Feng Shui rules over all.