Toadette and Daisy continued exploring the haunted barnyard, having completely recovered their wounds. The two young girls were wondering if it was such a good idea to come to the barnyard in the first place.

"You know, Toadette, I don't recall this actually being a good idea," Daisy commented as she trembled, holding her arms together.

Toadette had her arms arund the back of her head. "Well, you wanted to go inside. Just remember that."

Suddenly, the two stopped as they heard a loud, low pitch noise. Toadette and Daisy screamed as they hung onto each other.

"Jinkies! What was that?" Daisy gulped as she trembled more.

Toadette held on tightly to Daisy. "I don't know, but I don't wanna find out!"

The low pitch noise got louder, and both Daisy and Toadette started whimpering, both of their eyes closed. After several seconds, the two girls opened their eyes, looking at each other.

"I don't think that was a monster," Daisy remarked as she felt something.

Toadette tilted her head to the right. "It wasn't? Then what was it?"

Princess Daisy's stomach growled loudly, it being the source of the low pitch noise. Toadette giggled as Daisy blushed in embarrassment.

"Well, that certainly explains everything," Daisy retorted as she let Toadette down, putting both of her hands on her stomach. "I don't think I even had breakfast..."

Toadette shrugged as she placed her hands behind her back. "Don't worry, Daisy, I'm pretty hungry too. 'Cept my tummy isn't as loud as yours!" Toadette's stomach growled just as she remarked, though it was higher pitched than Daisy's stomach. "Whoops..."

Daisy couldn't help but laugh, and Toadette eventually started giggling again, the two heading down the dark hallway with growling stomachs as they laughed it off.