Speaking of being pushy, Fox requests a conversation about tweetle beetles or, if you want to use their scientific name, tweetalius coleopteran.
Fox asks what Knox knows about tweetle beetles. Not bothering to wait for a response, Fox informs his friend that when "tweetle beetles fight, / it's called / a tweetle beetle battle" (48.1-3). That seems logical.
And when they battle in a puddle? A tweetle beetle puddle battle of course.
What about when they battle with paddles? Did you guess tweetle beetle puddle paddle battle? If so, then you have pattern recognition skills. Kudos.
And when they have these paddle battles in a bottle, they call it "a tweetle beetle / bottle puddle / paddle battle muddle" (52.2-4). Deep breath… AND…
When the bottle is on a noodle-eating poodle? They call this a really bad idea. Just kidding, it's a "muddle puddle / tweetle poodle / beetle noodle / bottle paddle battle" (54.2-5). AND…
Knox has had enough.
Knox shoves Fox in the bottle and informs his friend that when a fox is in the bottle on the noodle-eating poodle with the tweetle beetles battling this is called "tweetle beetle / noodle poodle bottled / paddled muddled duddled / fuddled wuddled / fox in socks, sir!" (57.1-5). Boom! Has your mind just been blown?
Knox thanks a confused Fox for the game and all the fun. He walks away the winner. We assume, anyway. Remember: no rules.