Junior Earplug Adventures: Plunging into Peril (Part Thirty)


But when The Chosen One warmed them with his wondrous chemical reactions that used a combination of wood, oxygen, and a powerful heat source called friction…

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…they became the world’s first fan club. Though they did feel a tad cheated when it was discovered that the reaction could be halted by the addition of rain water…

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But, as the journey continued, the golden cable end would spend his time around the camp fire extolling the virtues of language, logic, and personal hygiene…

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..all to a rhythmic stamping of feet and clapping of hands. And when he broke wind loudly in an ascending scale he invented the concept of wind instruments, and therefore music.

Soon the party of enlightened cable ends encountered a grassy veldt…

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…where one of the younger cable ends hurried to catch up with his leader, and practise his new-found language.

“Where we go, Face Ache?” He asked.

The Golden Cable End responded by using our world’s first lingual contraction. He said: “You’ll see – Arse Features.”

A short while afterwards the group came across its first artificial structure…

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…though they had no idea what a structure was, or that the word artificial referred to something that wasn’t created by Mother Nature. The golden cable end then had them enter it…

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…whereupon they were all encased inside an energy field…

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…that when it had finished doing its pre-programmed work…

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…had brought them the concept of civilisation, an aversion to nudity, and toilets. In fact the latter was so successful that none of them wanted to be watched when…

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…they went for a pee. And others stood around feeling slightly embarrassed…

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…as someone farted when they sneezed.

But more was to follow. Much, much more.

© Paul Trevor Nolan

 

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About Tooty Nolan

Writer of silly tales, taker of pictures, and all round good egg
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