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Bartholomew was so busy stuffing his expandable cheek pouches with nuts and corn that he almost didn't notice this hat lying in the leaves. From the hat's odd shape and color, he soon recognized it as belonging to the male species of little folk who inhabit his neck of the woods. At first, Bartholomew was going to leave it where it lay. After all, what use would a chipmunk have for such a thing? It certainly wouldn't look good on him and even if it did, would only get in the way when darting up and down his little underground tunnels. That was all before he discovered the hat's carrying capacity. When filled to the rim, it holds three times the amount of food his cheeks can, and that means fewer trips to and from the burrow. Thanks to this hat, Bartholomew is now a smart shopper and bringing home the groceries has become less of a chore. This doesn't mean he wouldn't return the hat to its rightful owner. Bartholomew would be more than happy to---if the price is right!
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