A not very timely note

This was a blog I once wrote during my high school and early college years. I keep it around for nostalgic purposes, but it is quite obviously no longer updated. I am looking to make a more professional blog presence in the future, but I still like to look at where I was mentally at certain points in time.

- G. Jan 2013

Monday, April 13, 2009

Sir's Random Dashes of Inspiration - Fromager's Tribulations (Part 3)

As he arrived in the fields, John could see armies, wait, what am I saying? He could see hordes of mice running towards a far away building with cheese on their backs! It was obvious John should act… at least to feed himself. So he decided to take a stick and poke a mouse with it. Of course, his results hurt the mouse and got him all the attention in the world. As soon as he did so, the mouse released a piercing howl (don’t ask me how it did it), which alerted every other mice in a large radius. The mice were all looking at John, and John was looking at the mice, as Jordan was looking at the sky’s pale blue color. Suddenly, the mice started attacking John, who threw Jordan at them in desperate defence. Before he could even realize it, all the mice were laying flat. “How did you do that?” asked he Jordan.
- Eh, well, a magical pair of scissors has its benefits…
- Whatever you say…
Our heroes then crossed the field…

This one's also from Google.


Anonymous said...

Kind of reminds me of that one scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grail :p

zorlone said...

I read Fromager's from part one to three... I hope there's more action and magic in the succeeding parts.

Good job! Hey, it's your story, you can make anything happen, the line about the howling mouse is creative.


Sir said...

Oh dear, you remind me I still need to see that movie Anon... Hopefully the scene was full of win? :D

@ Zorlone
I'm actually amazed someone kept reading through, but, hey, your sanity is yours to do with as you please, haha.

But thanks for the hints and tips there, mate! I'll do my best not to disappoint.

Thanks for reading and commenting, guys!