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Too High

by on June 3, 2015

Shelley, being poetic, said she wanted the moon. Frederick, being a mad scientist, took this literally. The Miniaturization Ray worked wonderfully well. Shelley was ecstatic. Then, an asteroid flew where the moon had been, and obliterated Shelley and everyone else on Earth.

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12 Comments
  1. Wow, guess she shouldn’t have asked for the moon!

  2. Kir Piccini permalink

    Be (very!) careful what you wish for. 😉

  3. I’m guessing things wouldn’t have worked out for the two of them anyway had the Earth somehow survived.

    • Probably not. Being a mad scientist probably puts a damper on the relationship.

  4. I know I shouldn’t laugh but I can’t help it. ❤

  5. Jennifer G. Knoblock permalink

    Humans, always mucking things up. Loved it.

  6. Yikes! That was unexpected 😉

  7. Those mad scientists: never knowing when to stop.

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