Back in the day, there was no such thing

  • Back in the day, there was no such thing as Ephemerol to dull the mental noise of the ninnies. So when a great clamor arose over Shanyang's crusty boastings, Lao-tse headed for the

  • chamber pot to ruminate over the matter. He ruminated himself into a blockage of the yellow humors. It happened so fast that he was not able to rise from the pot and it was stuck

  • In a similar state of deep contemplation. Then after a gurgle and gulp the chamber pot boldly said "I cannot agree more my friend, time to make like a tree".This confused him so he

  • pooped out an acorn that rapidly established roots inside the chamber pot and within 10 minutes a sapling was already rising up through the hanging ceiling. The chamber pot was now

  • fully engulfed within the trunk of the mighty oak, which grew rapidly up through the Earth's atmosphere. Less than an hour later, it's leaves were tickling the moon. The squirrel

  • squinted up, past the leaves--or was it passed? He could almost touch the moon, but when he tried, his head spun like a top, "Mushrooms," the squirrel giggled,"You gotta love 'em."

  • "You fed me MUSHROOMS?!" Cold sweat was dripping out of him. Shivering he took a step towards the squirrel, and squinting his eyes he saw clearly it was not a squirrel, but a

  • small horse in disguise. The horse called Jared said: "I have some very important news to tell you about your life, future and past, but this is not the right place, follow me to t

  • o the pasture.That's right.Go on right through that gate there. Go on." The gate slammed shut & Jared turn & galloped the other direction.That's how it happens: Put out to pasture.



  1. PurpleProf Feb 22 2019 @ 20:39

    LAWDY!!! LOL!

  2. Woab Feb 23 2019 @ 11:36

    Who needs mushrooms when you can read stories like this?

  3. BlastedHeath Feb 24 2019 @ 08:57

    I think I can cross those off my bucket list now.

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