Five Card Story: Killer Balls from Outerspace

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a Five Card Flickr story by Edberg created Dec 03 2013, 07:35:15 pm. Create a new one!

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When I was a young strapping boy I took a drive down a winding road. After being on the road for a while little balls seemed to be falling from the sky and landing on the windshield. Then the balls seemed to be crashing on to the car. The force was such that we had to take cover. When we left the car and ran into a strange ladies house who was dressed up as some kind of superhero. We observed the balls and saw that the balls were eating the car, but left all the plastic. The lady of the house had a boyfriend or something that was a scientist. He froze one and studied it. He figured out the inner workings of the balls and concluded that it was definitely alien in origin. Since the balls were eating everything metal we had to get rid of them or it would eat everyone's car and tooth fillings. We don't want that. I suggested to just freeze them all and then cook them. I thought that it looked so much like cookie dough that it might taste like it too. Needles to say, they just thought the first part was a good idea, but the cooking them was just weird. So we went and carried out our plan and them delivered them to the Antarctica. Where they would be frozen forever. When all the people were celebrating our victory I was by myself with one of the balls and a frying pan (I couldn't help myself). I looked with wonder at the ball and then tossed it into the pan. When it was golden in color I took it out and tasted it. It was delicious, but something was wrong. My stomach started to rumble and I had to really go. I ran to the bathroom and drop like seven little balls that started to grow. The scary music started and the story was over.

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