An oyster bounced a beautiful pearl on her tongue. A nearby crab, disturbed by the sun glinting off the jewel, stormed over to investigate.
“Give me that!” The crab reached for the pearl.
The oyster clamped her mouth shut.
“Hey! What’s your problem? You almost caught my claw!”
She didn’t move.
“Fine, if you won’t hand it over then at least go play somewhere else. Some of us don’t want to be blinded by the sun.”
The oyster continued to ignore him.
“Ugh,” the crab folded his claws. “You’re being so shellfish!”
“No,” the oyster said, “you’re just too crabby!”