Five-Hundred Word Challenge 621: Peel to Moon

Alright, now where was I?

I think I was looking to impress upon the dint of life, but I’m really not sure at the moment. All I know is that I’m armed with a banana and I can only hope the peel is as slippery as people make it out to be in the cartoons. If not, I can’t make the moon swing off its axis and thus lead it in a dance of dancing rather than a dance of stillness. Really not sure if this will work, but there is only one way to find out.

First, there must be a great deal of preparation. Planning is key, as well as making sure that there are more than enough supplies and redundancies built into the plan so as to be able to make it go off without a hitch. There also needs to be suits of space so as to protect the space within the suit, of which I would be situated within, from the space outside the suit, of which I would be situated without.

There also needs to be the ability to reach and grasp at things, which means that there needs to be some sort of transportation that can get me into the position that I need to be in in order to plant the peel of the banana (after the banana within the peel has undergone consumption, of course). If not, then the peel cannot be planted and there will be no way to jump to the results. Maybe there will be, but this isn’t some sort of montage situation, unless it is, in which case it should be cut well rather than poorly.

Once these have been acquired, a team of the best in their respective fields must be assembled. Of course they need a range of stereotypical personalities so there can be some sort of appeal to audience relation. This also needs to be so as to ensure that there is some sort of drama at some point and people can learn the importance of teamwork. However, in the end, as they are the best in their respective fields, everything will be successful; at least, up to the peel planting.

There are a number of other things that need to undergo the process of being accounted for so as to make sure everything goes well, but as there are far too many and they don’t make for good plot, they don’tr get discussed or taken into consideration. There is the automatic assumption that they are already accounted for, so instead of discussing those things this pointless paragraph takes their place as it allows space for briefing, or character interactions, or neither and instead something else that, depending on the day, could be interesting.

Once this has happened, then the final (or second-last, depending on how you want to look at it) step will take place. That step will be the commencing of the doing of the placing of the peel of the banana.

The time it took to write five-hundred words: 07:20:51

I don’t know what happened with this bit of writing.

I like the idea and imagery it puts forward, both for what I feel is a sense of clarity and a sense of ridiculousness.

Written at work.

About Stupidity Hole

I'm some guy that does stuff. Hoping to one day fill the internet with enough insane ramblings to impress a cannibal rat ship. I do more than I probably should. I have a page called MS Paint Masterpieces that you may be interested in checking out. I also co-run Culture Eater, an online zine for covering the arts among other things. We're on Patreon!
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