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In the town of Batovia, nestled amidst rolling hills and lush greenery, there lived a peculiar little creature named Nugget. Nugget was no ordinary creature – he was a gobble-gobbling turkey whose noisy antics could be heard far and wide, much to the amusement (and sometimes annoyance) of the townsfolk.

From the moment Nugget hatched from his egg, he had a penchant for making the most extraordinary gobbling noises. Whether he was wandering through the town square or strutting down the cobbled streets, Nugget’s gobble-gobble-gobble could be heard echoing off the rooftops and bouncing off the walls of nearby buildings.

At first, the people of Batovia found Nugget’s gobbling quite amusing. Children would giggle and point whenever they heard him coming, and adults would chuckle at the sight of the noisy little turkey waddling down the street. But as time went on and Nugget’s gobbling grew louder and more incessant, some began to find it rather bothersome.

Despite the occasional grumbles and complaints, Nugget remained blissfully unaware of the effect his gobbling had on the townsfolk. He was simply a happy-go-lucky turkey, content to gobble-gobble-gobble to his heart’s content as he explored every nook and cranny of Batovia.

But one day, Nugget’s gobbling took on a new significance when a group of travellers passing through Batovia heard his distinctive noises and stopped to investigate. Intrigued by the source of the commotion, they followed the sound until they stumbled upon Nugget, gobbling away in the town square.

To their surprise, the travellers were not put off by Nugget’s noisy antics. In fact, they found his gobbling quite charming and endearing. They even went so far as to declare Nugget the “Gobbler of Batovia,” a title that filled Nugget’s heart with pride and joy.

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