- Zou (Z/uri and L/ou)
- They sat next to each other during the campfire.
- Zuri thought Lou was weird.
- Zuri answered Lou's question about the campfire being so big.
- Zuri called Lou a "real" counselor and asked her if she could switch cabins.
- Zuri shouted Lou's name when they were in trouble.
- They were walking together.
- They were both affected by the bad luck.
- They sat nest to each other on the bench.
Similarities & Differences
- They are both females.
- They are both Wood Chucks.
- Lou is a teenager; Zuri is a kid.
- Lou is a counselor; Zuri is a camper.
Lou: Wow, last time the bonfire was this big, Gladys had dropped her canteen in it.
Zuri: That's because I threw in all of Tiffany's flashcards.
Zuri: Lou, you're a real counselor. Do you think you could transfer me to another cabin? One with less Emma in it?
Lou: Hey, Woodchucks also don't abandon each other. Unless their burrow floods, then it's every 'chuck for herself. Dr. Lou has a better idea. We're gonna settle this the Woodchuck way.
Zuri: Does that mean beat each other with paddles? Because I'll crack her open like a pinata!
Lou: No. And remind me to stay away from you on Cinco de Mayo. You're gonna do Canoe Therapy. It's my patented conflict resolution technique.
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