SIT DOWN KIND FRIEND AND LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT THE STRANGEST DAY OF MY LIFE, IT ALL STARTED WHEN
I walked out the front door, after hearing a thundering noise. I was shocked when I looked up to see a meteor, hurtling through the air. Suddenly I felt the force of it, as it landed and demolished a building a few blocks away.
Sea monkeys emerged from the meteor, and started trampling people. The sea monkeys were looking for their prized possession, the golden banana, which had been dumped on earth by the small meteor that has hit a kids head a week ago.
Little did I know that this golden banana was in my Wiggles lunch box. Not fazed at all by this meteor (as it seemed to be happening a lot recently) I sat down on my lunch break. It had been a long hard day of working at Transgender Awareness Association. I opened my lunch box and began to peel the golden banana. To my shock, what I found inside the skin of this strange golden fruit was not a banana at all but some sort of sea monkey device. It was then that I noticed I was surrounded by them. The sea monkeys had me.
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