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Heather Locklear and Kermit the Frog

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)

 Heather Locklear was feeling down in the dumps. Her last relationship had ended badly, and she was feeling lonely. As she walked along the riverbank, she saw a green figure coming towards her.

"Hey there, little lady!" Kermit the Frog said, tipping his hat.

Heather couldn't believe it. A talking frog? But she decided to play along.

"Hello, sir frog. What brings you here?"

"Well, I was just hopping along, minding my own business, when I saw you looking so sad. Is there anything I can do to help?"

Heather laughed. "I don't think so, Mr. Frog. My problems are a little too complicated for a frog to understand."

Kermit's eyes widened. "Complicated, you say? Why, I'm an expert in complicated problems! I've dealt with Miss Piggy, after all."

Heather chuckled. "Well, I don't think Miss Piggy would like it very much if she knew you were talking to me."

Kermit shrugged. "Oh, she'll never know. And besides, you're much more interesting than she is."

Heather blushed. "Well, I don't know about that."

They chatted for a while longer, with Kermit telling jokes and Heather laughing. Suddenly, a fly buzzed by, and Kermit's tongue shot out to catch it. Heather was startled, but couldn't help but laugh.

"Sorry about that," Kermit said, wiping his mouth. "Old habits die hard, you know."

Heather smiled. "Well, I think it's kind of cute."

Kermit's heart fluttered. "Cute? You think I'm cute?"

Heather nodded. "Yeah, I do. I think you're kind of charming, in your own way."

Kermit blushed. "Well, thank you, Miss Locklear. That's the nicest thing anyone's ever said to me."

Heather grinned. "Well, maybe we could go out for coffee or something sometime."

Kermit's eyes lit up. "I'd like that very much."

As they walked away, Heather couldn't help but wonder how this would all turn out. But for now, she was just happy to have made a new friend.


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