He saved her for last. She was delicious.
On an alien planet he longed for her.
Her ray gun trumped his dagger yet again.
The angry chihuahua barked at the giant spaceship.
From one alien to another, humans taste good.
He flew back in time to miss her.
The alien chronal-bombardment ended with humanity’s time out.
The alien laws superseded man’s laws, including Newton’s.
She smiled, pushed the button on our extinction.
The robot butler served his master with arsenic.
He smiled wide and stepped into the void.
The aliens decloaked ships while the humans gossiped.
The spacesuit wouldn’t fit his “not dying” plan.
Their date went worse than alien mind probes.
The aliens bled soda. We conquered them quickly.
The robot found life as its battery died.
“Humans do not seem to enjoy our probing.”
He uploaded his consciousness to a faulty drive.
Skynet resulted from the focus on cloud computing.
“‘Alien slime clouds’ just can’t mean anything good.”