After seven years she said, “Hi,” to him.
He danced like a dryer on spin cycle.
Fire rained down upon her sixth birthday party.
The Earth exploded into a million, tiny spores.
The zombie shuffled off into the nuclear winter.
The prince longed to be a frog again.
He poured it down his gullet, then realized.
The camel plodded, regardless of his rider’s whip.
The hunted ship turned and rammed the hunter.
The woman coddled her grown son into infancy.
“She said I smelled funny but wasn’t laughing…”
Alien circus arrived, thought humans were freak show.
“Macaroni and Cheese won’t solve life’s problems, Bob.”
Ironing his birthday suit was a bad idea.
The pirate host reported the robbery to police.
“I can be mythical. I swear I can!”
“Rumpelstiltskin!” the princess yelled at the confused giant.
The first starship, his starship, never returned home.
He fanned the flames until they consumed him.
The Tyrannosaurus Rex smiled hungrily at the alien.