They say you fear what you don’t know. It’s true: I’ve always feared history class.
V. Shnodgrate, Renowned PL Poet
Which is kinda true. See, there’s a first time for everything, individualistically speaking, mind you.
For instance, the professor was on an intergalactic flight that was going down.
First time for me.
But I’m sure it wasn’t the first time something like this had happened.
(Real really quick: the professor actually search for “intergalactic flights wrecking” and the above picture is all I got. Possibly, then, this intergalactic flight going down was a first all around.)
Anyways and some, Flight #10 was going down.
And I was on it.
That was a dadblame problem.
The Briefcase Lady was gone.
And the briefcase was still there.
That was another dadblame problem.
See, she told me to take the briefcase if something happened.
Now, that’s really quite a thing. See, sounds like some sort of super-epic spy plot. And, of course, the professor wanted no part of it. (I’m boring, remember.)
So, I did the only thing that should be done:
I searched the briefcase quick as a non-wink–since not winking is faster than winking, you know–found nothing but a jar of sweet cherries, and thieved them right away.
It was a Score 1 for the professor. I love cherries. At least, I had something to eat before I died. Yo.
And I was about to start on those cherries, when Manly-Man’s voice blared through the speakers:
“Hey, we’s going to make a crash landing. Please hold on.”
And hold on, I did.
Now, the remarkable thing is this: Flight #10 did crash, but it wasn’t fatal. Points to Manly-Man on that one.
When we did sorta touchdown on Honi Planet, there were lots of celebrations (even some dancing) from the passengers.
The professor didn’t dance, mind you.
So, once the flight was landed and everything, all the passengers were taken into custody by the Honi Police to answer some “questions”.
See, here’s the thing: Apparently, you’re a villain if you survive an almost disaster.
I put the sweet cherries in my pack–for later.
Still, points to Manly-Man on saving the day, see.