The experience was both cute and terrifying
The experience was both cute and terrifying at the same time.2
Charles was stuffing his hamster's face with grenades, attempting a new world record.4
Ofcourse they weren't real grenades since a life size grenade is about the same size as a hamster, even Charles hamster Elmo. The "grenades" were possumwood fruit. Gingerly Charles3
picked one up and sensed seeds of doubt sprouting in his mind. These possumwood fruit-bombs were like dynamite! Charles dug his grenade launcher out of the closet.3
He launched possumwood fruit grenades across the chaotic scene. They landed, exploded and sent seeds of doubt flying. They landed in people's hair, ears, eyes, mouths, hand bags,4
planting doubts everywhere. Suddenly, nobody was sure of anything. Did they ever really love, or like jazz, or even adore the color blue? Were these their own choices or was the4
computer chip dictating their every desire? One man decided to find out. He enlisted his GP for assistance and had an illicit operation performed to remove the chip. When he woke,2
he had an urgent need to pee, but could not get out of bed. The GP was looking down at him with an intent look. Was the chip malfunctioning, or was2
he actually asking for a bed-pan in Swahili, a language that was foreign to him? Luckily, the GP was a native Swahilian, and the sheets stayed relatively dry. The nurse seemed to1
remind him of someone but he had no idea who. She might've been somebody famous but he didn't think so. Why would she be working in a psych ward? Then he remember he was a lunatic.2
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SlimWhitman Dec 07 2018 @ 03:57
He thought, "Ndio, mimi ni wazimu."
Woab Dec 09 2018 @ 14:22
Precisely what I was thinking!