730: The Road Less Travelled

Once upon a time there were three bears, and they stopped by the woods on a snowy evening where two paths diverged. They began to argue about which path would be the most advantageous one to take. “I think we should take the path most travelled.” Said the big bear. “I think we should take…

676: Star Car

I like to driveMy little carFrom town to townUpon the roadsBut sometimes when I’m driving soMy car ends up among the cloudsAnd if I travel really farI drive my car around the stars. Photo by Miriam Espacio on Pexels.com

665: I Took My Yacht To Tuscaloosa

Well, I needed to go to Tuscaloosa. “Maybe you should fly.” Suggested my Butler. I growled. What do I even pay this guy for? What a stupid suggestion. “Maybe you should take a bus.” Said the cook. Her chicken was never any good to begin with. “Maybe you should take a Limo.” Said my wife.…

640: The Way Out

Thank you for your insight, it has been most helpful. Now if you will just follow me. What’s that? Yes, this is the normal way out, nothing to be suspicious of here. You didn’t see these large rock walls on your way in? Strange. Well, people don’t always take notice of their surroundings when they’re…

639: Scraping The Bottom

Gerald didn’t have many friends. Well, not real friends. He hung around a couple of other guys, but they mostly just played pranks on him. One night they stuck him in a barrel, and screwed the lid on tight. Naturally, they put him in head first. He kicked his feet at the lid, and clawed…

603: I’ve Never Been To Europe (Hahaha)

This post is dedicated to the vice-president of the United States of America, who has never been to Europe. I’ve Never Been To Europe (Hahaha)  I’ve never been to Europe, hahaha I’ve never been to Europe, hahaha I’ve never been to Europe, hahaha I’ve never been to Europe, hahaha I’ve never been to Europe, hahaha…

591: The Portal Will Soon Be Closing

Sylvan backed onto the the street, and automatically reached for the garage door opener clipped to his sun visor. He didn’t think anything of it, he’d done it a thousand times before. His thumb was an inch away from the button when it happened. “The portal will soon be closing.” Sylvan slammed on the brakes,…

562: The Trolley Car Problem

When Carlos Adam Venturetti stepped outside his door he had no idea what was coming. He expected it to be a normal day, or at least bear some semblance to a normal day. He wasn’t counting on Mary Jean Alvin. Mary Jean was also expecting to have a normal day. She walked down the sidewalk,…

543: Why Spacesuits Are Racist

In 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first individual to walk on the surface of the moon. It’s an accomplishment that has been almost universally applauded by the pop culture establishment, but it might be worthwhile to consider the darker side of this story. When Armstrong stepped onto the moon he was wearing a spacesuit. Today…

535: Good Morning, Miranda

Felicia started her car, and stepped on the gas. The engine started to roar, but the car didn’t move. Felicia put the car in gear, and stepped on the gas again. This time the car moved. “How silly of me.” Thought Felicia, as she navigated to works. “Of course I had to put the car…