Read that as a story, stealage?I had a fridge box, I made it into a time machine.
I was king of the cul de sac, until it rained and ruined my box.
Kids are like cats. They love to be enclosed, they love to get into a box and peer out.In my house a cardboard box was occupied by a cat as soon as it was put down on the ground. . . .
This thread makes me sad, I wish I had large boxes, and friends. (When I was younger.) Mainly friends in the large boxes of course.be·reft
1 a: deprived or robbed of the possession or use of something —usually used with of<both players are instantly bereft of their poise — A. E. Wier> b: lacking something needed, wanted, or expected —used with of<the book is…completely bereft of an index — Times Literary Supplement>