Sent down from the seas, a whale crashed down to the land below. Spinning uncontrollably “hark i am the beast from the seas” it belched.
The villagers ran to their huts fetching their harpoons, ray guns and nuclear missiles. They ignited the fuse of the nukes with the ray gun and rode them until they were within range.
The whales eyes spun round and round in his head and his grin grew wider and wider. “Nice to meet you all what a warn welcome”
One if the nukes accelerated without warning richocheted off the ocean and wiped the entire village out.
“Well now you absolutely have to join me in the ocean” the whale smiled. He scooped up the villagers in his hairy mouth and flopped back up into the ocean.
She pushed the fire exit open with her back shoulder muscles. The cool evening air seethed into her lungs which promptly converted into relief in her blood.
She playfully descended the short staircase, pivoting slightly on the wet metal steps.
“Going somewhere Miss. Pisco?”
The pot slipped out of Henrietta’s hand. Out flew the pasta. The tomato sauce dyed her hair an even redder red. Much to her dismay something else flew out of the pan. A carefully concealed bag of rat feces.
An unintentional sadistic smile brushed the health inspectors face.
“What’s this?” she squawked supressing the tone in her voice.
She picked up the steamy plastic bag with the end of her umbrella.
“Spices in a boil bag.”
“Do you flavour all your pasta dishes with rat feces?”
The health inspector rhythmically noted something on her clipboard.
Henrietta stood besmirched.
Once a purple strand of gold appeared in space. This space strand turned into the world. That world quickly spun into the Sun. Once the Sun had eaten it all we went to the village in the world. It was really really hot. I couldn’t make up my mind whether it was okay to take my shorts off but I did it anyway. We could not find any water or pieces of shrubbery. It was probably too hot for them. When we were really thirsty we resorted to eating sand because the sea might have been on it. Although salty it was better than nothing. Then I read my book and as it turns out it was in fact worse than nothing. Well that’s not so bad as the sand didn’t have water on anyway. In future I will remember to bring a water bottle when visiting this place.