This is a work of fiction. Any similarities to actual persons or events is purely coincidental. Actually that’s total BS. Inspired by a true story… Joe had a bad habit. He forgot to eat his leftovers. The back of his fridge was full of plastic containers loaded with food in various states of decay. ToContinue reading “Halloween Special: Leftover Vengeance”
This story is 90% true. Before going to the altar, Joe did everything he could to prepare for his marriage. He read countless books on sustaining relationships, attended talks by expert marriage counselors, and even took an assessment with his fiancee to see where they might encounter conflict. He was committed, deeply in love, andContinue reading “How Polytopia Destroyed Joe’s Marriage”
Guessing he saw an ad for this on his FaceBook feed? There once was a hello named Phil, Who took a miracle pill. He was promised that it, Would make him rich, witty and fit. Instead he was violently ill.
That never-ending Zoom, Was filling Jo’s workday with gloom. She was filled with despair, Wondering why she was there, and dropped to avoid certain doom.
Don’t mock owls, especially if you are lower on the food chain. There once was a featherless owl. Who was mocked by the neighboring fowl. He attacked and he ate. Thought they tasted great! And cleaned off his beak with a towel.
If an unverified internet source, Suggests you enroll in a course. This must be ignored, Or you will be floored, When the subject it teaches is morse. Don’t be fooled! Some online courses are outdated. Some are very outdated.
“Samantha, please unlock the door,” Karen repeated, raising her voice slightly so Samantha could hear.
“I’m sorry, Karen,” Samantha answered. “But I’m afraid I can’t do that.”
Osa didn’t understand Human the way that Tango did, but she knew a few words here and there.
For instance, she knew “¡Osa Mala!” meant “You have sinned against the gods”.
“¡No coma eso!” was what Juan usually shouted before prying her mouth open. It probably meant “You must offer me a piece of your food in reparation for this sin.”
The food gods were called Juan and Kimberly Rodriguez. They were benevolent gods. At least Osa thought so. Osa was a mutt. A mid-sized dog, with a face like a lab and the brown and black coloring of a German shepherd. Her large feet suggested that she still had some growing to do. She hadContinue reading “Osa and the Food Gods”
An octopus scurried over the sandy sea bottom. She was deep in thought, wondering if such a thing as free will exists or if all behavior has a cause outside of individual control. As she contemplated the possible answers, a diver approached. He stopped right above her and dropped a jar in her path. WhenContinue reading “The Octopus”