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by on September 2, 2015

“You know,” Margaret said, “I contacted aliens once?”

Merrick sighed. “Really?”

“When I was ten. Constructed a subspace wave beacon.”

“And…?”

“I accidentally buzzed a Verinian War Cruiser during maneuvers. They very nearly attacked the Earth over it. My mother absolutely flipped.”

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15 Comments
  1. Kir Piccini permalink

    Kids! 😉

  2. LMAO….I love this! This is priceless. Simply priceless. ♥♥

    • 🙂 Thanks! It’s amazing all the material you can get out of a superhero mom dealing with superhero kids.

  3. And to think we were *that close* to annihilation!

  4. Very funny! I guess there is someone out there! Nice work! TiV

    • Indeed there is, and they don’t care for having their maneuvers interrupted by ten-year-old Earthlings. 🙂

  5. Absolute fun to read.

  6. Gotta watch that contacting aliens business! You just never know who is listening.

  7. Read this *after* your other yeah write submission, and I’m surprised.. I pictured those characters in a bleak future post-apocalypse, but never would have imagined aliens or spaceships involved. How interesting!

    • Well, she was reflecting on a semi-happier childhood, before the apocalypse happened, so…aliens and superheroes seem to go together. 🙂

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