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Starting with the best combinations to use and ending with the worst.
Noggin & Rootitoot
Kayna & Pummel
Toe Jammer & Repatillo
Potbelly & Thrumble
Party: 630 Diamonds
The Edamimi is a saucy-sweet sprig of jingly-jangly cheer. Swaying blithely to the music, it shakes its curlicue boughs to produce an effervescent 'shikka-shikka' sound. Beaning itself on its own noddle evokes a subtler, more sustained rattle - and elicits fits of laughter from observers as its eyes rollick about in its head. Naughty sprouts risk a good shelling if they get too boisterous and are often told to 'mind your peas and cukes.
Percussionists are renowned for their well-developed forearms, but the Edamimi is not your garden-variety instrumentalist. Far from brawny, its forelimbs are delicate and twig-like, performing a balletic display that can only be described as ap-'pea-ling. Its sound is light and bright, with a metallic clarity that plays in sharp contrast to its organic nature. A precocious rascal, the Edamimi likes to contemplate the havoc that might be wrought by a single, rogue garden pea. Pet peeves include garden tools, insufficient drainage, and extended droughts.
This Edamimi returned from the Prism Gate forever changed! Its formerly fresh-faced, leguminous features have been altered at the molecular level to become a scarecrowy simulacrum, sporting flashy apparel and stuffed with straw - extraordinary!
All Monster Sounds
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