Thursday, July 17, 2014

Chapter Three: What the Cell That Could Copy Itself Thought

(Okay, I know this is a little unrealistic.) The cell (Hiepoegof, Hiepo for short) was amazed at the Creator’s (Rego) work. Hiepo was fascinated by Glegb—the earliest form of matter, Hepzokswecoplub—the earliest sound processor (the ear being the most recent), and the one English word that does not have “qu”: qdfut—the first language. Hiepo, however, was not fond of one of Rego’s creations: the germ. The germ could copy itself as well (which turned into huge wars later).

Invader 3576 was the worst of the germs. Of course all of the germs were bad for almost anything except for each other. Invader 3576 was very very very very very very very very vain, cocky, arrogant, and evil. He also held the record for destroying the most things. The germs did take care of each other (most of them) in order to survive. Hiepo didn’t like them one bit. The germs only worked as a team so that they could live. The germs cared purely for themselves. When a germ copied itself it had to raise its copied self as if it were his/her young. The germs that had that experience were not happy. For example: first baby: “Man!” Second baby: “Not again…” Third baby: “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!” That’s why cells, especially Hiepo, hate germs.

If you liked chapter three you will like chapter four!
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1 comment:

  1. The part about the reaction to the various babies was really funny!