Going for a Walk
Thomas Neal was a predictable guy. At A NUMBER years of age, Thomas had developed the habit of waking from his daily TIME OF DAY nap and going for a walk.
He'd take NOUN Lane to NOUN Street, admiring the PLURAL NOUNs growing along the sidewalk. He liked that the ADJECTIVE little things reminded him of the PLURAL NOUNS that his A NUMBER wife A WOMAN'S NAME used to fuss over every SEASON. He missed her...and his walk made him miss her even more. But still, he took his walk every day. On this particular day however, Harold was stopped in the road by something that looked like a ADJECTIVE NOUN.
Thomas frowned and scratched his head.
He approached the strange thing, peering over his BRAND NAME glasses and wondering if it might be one of those A TYPE of ELECTRONIC DEVICE that his Grandkids often talked about using.
Shrugging, he VERB(PAST TENSE) it and out VERB (PAST TENSE) a small TYPE OF ANIMAL-like woman with COLOR eyes and hair as ADJECTIVE as a ADVERB NOUN's.
"Hey there lucky!" She beamed with a ADJECTIVE smile.
Thomas scratched his head yet again.
He wondered if he'd taken too much A TYPE OF MEDICATION OR DRUG with his TYPE OF FOOD.
"I'll grant you three wishes." The strange being declared, her ADJECTIVE eyes and ADJECTIVE smile giving Thomas a bit of a start.
He backed away, wondering if he should VERB or perhaps call A TYPE OF GOVERNMENTAL OFFICIAL.
"Come on!" She urged, placing an ADJECTIVE hand on her ADJECTIVE hip.
Thomas frowned, and after a moment's hesitation, mumbled, "I wish for a NOUN."
His wish appeared, ADJECTIVE and ADJECTIVE, but still...it appeared. He gawked like a ANIMAL in a NOUN and excited, said, "For my second wish I'd like a NOUN within a NOUN, you know, the kind A FAMOUS CELEBRITY has in his PART OF A HOUSE. I saw it on television."
The creature nodded, "Got it."
Thomas looked around and nothing new appeared.
He VERB(ED) at the creature.
"It's at your house silly!" She said with a ADJECTIVE laugh.
Satisfied, he said, "And for my last wish..."
He paused, VERB(ing) around, deep in thought.
He could ask for A NUMBER bucks, ADJECTIVE PLURAL NOUNs like the ones those A FAMOUS CELEBRITY FAMILY reportedly ask, he could even ask for a NOUN.
Thomas took a deep breath and said, "What I'd really like is a TYPE OF FOOD and a TYPE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE."
The creature laughed and granted his wish.
And then Harold woke up in bed, because, apparently he HAD taken too much MEDS MENTIONED EARLIER with his earlier meal.
Sighing, he went to his PART OF THE HOUSE MENTIONED EARLIER and found a NOUN MENTIONED EARLIER.
Thomas stared at it for a very long time, slow smile VERB(ING) into his lips...
My First Date...and Why I Don't Date Anymore
When you've never been on a date before, the idea of that first ADJECTIVE VERB, let alone the VERB at the end of the evening can be fairly ADJECTIVE and fill you with a most ADJECTIVE type of AN EMOTION.
My first date was with a guy named Mark. Here's what happened.
I had on my best COLOR TYPE OF CLOTHING and my hair was washed and styled into something that resembled the shape of a NOUN. I felt like A FEMALE CELEBRITY. As I walked into the restaurant, all eyes were on me and I blushed like a NOUN in AN IMPORTANT PLACE.
Mark was ADJECTIVE and I immediately liked him because of this.
His ADJECTIVE glasses were made of some kind of NOUN and behind them were a lovely set of COLOR eyes that sparkled like two PLURAL NOUNs in a ADJECTIVE NOUN.
I gulped, hoping he liked me too.
"You look ADJECTIVE." Mark said with a deep blush.
I VERB(ED) and awkwardly pointed to our reserved table, "Shall we sit?"
We sat and the conversation began with a brief discussion on Plural Nouns as Mark was a TYPE OF PROFESSION. I have no idea what one has to do with the other, but I was riveted by the way Mark ate his TYPE OF FOOD. He picked it up with his BODY PART and then literally VERB(ED) it into his mouth the way an exceptionally ADJECTIVE ANIMAL VERB(s) a NOUN.
After finishing our main course, I looked into Mark's ADJECTIVE eyes and said, "I wasn't planning on saying this but I'm looking at you and I feel AN EMOTION. That's something I've never felt before."
Mark turned A COLOR.
He glanced down at the remnants of his TYPE OF FOOD and said, "I'm sorry I made you feel such ADJECTIVE emotions, but I think I should tell you that I'm moving to A PLACE in A NUMBER days. So..."
With this, I began to VERB. He comforted me by VERB(ing) and offering to VERB me a NOUN. But I shouted, "This entire evening was a NOUN! I shall never do this again, not until the sun becomes a ADJECTIVE NOUN in the sky and the moon is as COLOR as a NOUN!"
With this, I left the resturant and fell into a puddle.
I think it was, honestly, the falling into the puddle that sealed the deal for me.
Never again would I date. Not even the ADJECTIVE "Mark's" of the world.
Going to a Club Story
YOUR NAME's phone emitted a shrill TYPE OF NOISE and YOUR NAME woke with a start.
HE/SHE wiped sleep from HIS/HER eyes and glared into HIS/HER phone.
A NUMBER minutes after A NUMBER.
S/HE smiled like a NOUN in a ADJECTIVE NOUN with a ADJECTIVE PART OF BODY.
Club NOUN was scheduled to open that evening. Located in AN AMERICAN CITY's NOUN district, it was housed in the basement of a building shaped like a NOUN that had been PAST TENSE VERB by a NOUN with a NOUN and it was said to be the hottest place in town.
YOUR NAME hurried to get dressed, grabbing HER/HIS COLOR top and ADJECTIVE ARTICLE OF CLOTHING that S/HE'd come upon in a NOUN that S/HE'd mistakenly thought was a NAME OF A STORE. Now, though, this lovely garment would come in handy.
YOUR NAME knew S/HE'd have all eyes on HIM/HER when S/HE walked in with this outfit and a TYPE OF ANIMAL trailing behind HER/HIM.
"PROPER NOUN!" YOUR NAME shouted, looking around for HIS/HER pet and clapping HIS/HER hands.
But the animal was no where to be found.
YOUR NAME rolled HIS/HER eyes at the ADJECTIVE animal.
"You're such a stubborn beast," YOUR NAME mumbled as S/HE decidedly headed for HIS/HER front door, "You're probably too busy VERB(ING) your A BODY PART or VERB(ING) after ADJECTIVE PLURAL NOUNs to come to the most important club opening in town!!"
With this, YOUR NAME slammed the door behind HER/HIM and VERB(PAST TENSE) off to the new club.
HIS/HER friend YOUR BFF's NAME met up with HER/HIM along the way, clad in a ADJECTIVE COLOR TYPE OF CLOTHING with ADJECTIVE gold earrings in the shape of ADJECTIVE PLURAL NOUNs.
YOUR NAME gasped at the sight of YOUR BFF's NAME's outfit and declared, "You look like A CELEBRITY that time when ANOTHER CELEBRITY VERB(Past Tense) HIM/HER with A NUMBER PLURAL NOUNs. You are basically a NOUN!"
YOUR BFF's NAME blushed in delight and the two of them entered the club PART OF BODY in PART OF BODY.
As they stepped into the darkened room, the smell of PLURAL NOUNs and PLURAL NOUNS that had been doused in NOUN hit their noses and they turned to each other, giggling in delight.
"I love that smell." YOUR NAME whispered, "I live for that ADJECTIVE smell!"
"Me too." YOUR BFF's NAME quickly agreed.
"Hey LADIES/GENTS." A strange voice declared and the two friends turned around to find an ADJECTIVE DUDE/CHICK with ADJECTIVE COLOR hair and ADJECTIVE COLOR eyes staring at them the way a ANIMAL eyes a ANIMAL.
YOUR NAME and YOUR BFF's NAME turned to each other and YOUR NAME was prepared to laugh until S/HE noticed that YOUR BFF's NAME looked as though S/HE'd seen NAME OF A CELEBRITY, HIS/HER favorite celebrity.
BFF's NAME's skin was ADJECTIVE and flushed while HIS/HER normally ADJECTIVE smile had become ADJECTIVE, as if HE/SHE'd been VERB (PAST TENSE) in the PART OF BODY with a ADJECTIVE NOUN.
YOUR NAME sighed and tried to ignore the twinge of jealousy in HIS/HER gut.
Tonight was supposed to be about the two of them VERB (ING) and acting like PLURAL NOUNs in front of all of these PLURAL NOUNS, not about finding something as ADJECTIVE as...love.
Resisting the urge to VERB, YOUR NAME forced an ADJECTIVE grin and said, "My friend BFF's NAME is really great at VERB(ING), so you two should totally make like ADJECTIVE(PLURAL)s and VERB."
YOUR BFF'S NAME's face lit up like a NOUN's and S/HE VERB(ED) YOUR NAME with ADJECTIVE glee.
YOUR NAME continued on into the club on HIS/HER own, alone but ready to meld into the crowd of VERB(ing) PLURAL NOUNS, ready to fit in, stand out, and VERB like no one had ever VERB(PAST TENSE) before.