“I’m telling you, man,” Humpty told Tweedle,” the guy at the door looked just like Alan Napier’s portrayal of Alfred Pennyworth”.
“Do tell,” his befuddled friend said.
The former went on to explain, “All I did was take a swig of me daily pint while putting away me sleeping bag. Next thing I knew Alfred showed up and I followed him.”
“Careful what you drink, bruh,” was Tweedle’s response.
“Within minutes we were marooned on a desert island, surrounded by deranged octopuses.”
His friend simply gazed at him in amazement, breathlessly taking it all in.
“We wanted to run,” Humpty said, “But you know how molluscs are. We were terrified they might chase us.
“Hey”, his friend couldn’t resist telling him, “If you had to get stuck like that with a character from a ’60’s super hero show, it’s too bad you couldn’t have been with Bruce Lee’s Kato from ‘The Green Hornet’. Now There’s a guy with fists of steel! He could have taken those octopuses but good!”
“Oh well”, Tweedle continued, “I’ll say one thing for you. At least you’re not some kind of a total wastrel who should be locked up in a metal cage. Your imagination alone more than keeps things hopping around here.
Here’s yet another excursion into Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie ,a work of fiction based upon ten relatively easy vocabulary words.