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Sara n’ Mic (what’s that noise?)


Mic: Eroding rocks.

Sara: It’s okay.


Sara: What’s that noise?

Mic: Eroding rocks.

Sara: Are you going to pieces on me?


note: the tops of waterfalls aren’t very moving usually.


Today #192

There were two Williams in the postbox when I got home today.
… I’m pretty formal when it comes to bills.



The complete adventures of Sara n’ Mic: how did you get up there?,  why are the gnomes outside?why are we here?, what time is it?, the phone’s ringing,  who’s winning?  ,  what a great cast!what’s this game about? ,  what’s your friend’s name? , what are you doing down there? , the chicken just shit on the book  , what’s suppose to happen next? and why do cats keep burying our shoes?  are still collecting dust.

Fish And Waterfalls Or Falls And Waterfish

ambulance chaser!


Fish must really hate waterfalls.

If they survive, it’s probably like waking up in a different country.


note: I’m not sure if fishing at the bottom of a waterfall is a good idea or not. Fishing at the top would be better: the fish would probably want to grab on to anything they could to save them … for the frying pan.

double note:


– “GeroNemo!”

“It was like the world dropping out from all around me!”

The situation rapidly declined.

– “I didn’t understand the gravity of the situation.”

“That scared the eggs out of me!”

– Death happened rapidly … or more than rapidly.

“That long drop was shitty.”

triple note: from what I could find on the internet about “fish and waterfalls”, it seems fish usually survive better than humans … but some waterfalls are deadly to both.

quadruple note: if the sea stopped moving, I bet that would be the equivalent to an earthquake in the fish world.

the sea didn’t care anymore and stopped waving



On Planetross: The Movesies and Nomovesies

movesies and nomovesies


On Planetross the movesies and nomovesies are very interesting.

There are waterclimbs and slowpids, small continents and large islands, tiny oceans and giant lakes, lush deserts and desolate sunforests, small mountains and large hills, barren jungles and outdoor caves, and many bottomless piles.

Zepanties and  goodbyepopotamuses roam free. 

Vegetable flies and manbugs buzz around rainflowers and dandetigers.

People plant trees in their gardens and harvest flowers to keep their houses warm.

Dragonwalks, grassstanders, cees and waterflies arrive in Spring.

Summer brings firemelons, cob on the corn, busrots, threematos, line-upcumbers, and something that looks like an orange but it’s blue.

Kangaroobarb, deflatekins, and chickenplants grow wild.

Fall falls and Winter wins.

There are 3 other seasons, but only people on the the small seas experience them; and they don’t talk about them much.

It’s all quite normal if you live here.


note: On Planetross is still orbiting.

double note: the spellcheck went crazy!!!

triple note: What came first the eggplant or the chickenpox?