There is this item called television in my house. It looks rather big and is very heavy. I placed a biscuit underneath the TV to check the heaviness of it and I was surprised.
I yelled “blasphemy, blasphemy!” immediately. My TV crushed the biscuit into pieces! I was thinking of placing my thumb underneath the TV but then my pet cat slapped me. It stared at me and said, “Look at me dammit! Look into eyes! I love you so don’t do anything stupid” and that was the first time my cat looked immensely sexy to me. The way it threw it’s paws to pause my stupidity (pun not intended). What a kitty! And no I don’t support bestiality. There is something called “animal love”.
But when I read the manual, I realised “this object is certainly not used for breaking things at all.” And that was when I promised myself to read the manual before trying to use a high-priced object. But frankly speaking, I rarely listen to promises that I make to myself.
A young man named “humer” was hardworking. He spent his days trying his best to work hard and live a happier life. One night, he went to sleep as usual and had a dream. In his dream, was a frog sitting on a green couch with a cup of tea in his hand.
“What is it that you’re sipping?” he asked.
The frog sipped his tea and replied, “My name is Polkapoop.”
“I did not ask for your name. What are you drinking?”
“You’re in my house,” replied the frog.
“Are you mad?” yelled humer in frustration.
“Would you like to have a cup of green tea?” asked the frog.
“Oh sure. Thanks. By the way, you look beautiful,” said humer.
“Thanks, now open your eyes.”
Humer woke up to see the morning light shine and shower on his face mellifluously through the glossy curtain.