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Yesterday all of us happened to meet online, anju, shil and me. And we weren't exactly in the best of moods ... we were all bugged with somethin or someone. Since we weren't exactly being rays of sunshine, anju said lets make up a story (each of us tells one line as the story progresses). And this is how it started ...
Anju : Once upon a time .... (yeah, anju is hopeful, she likes stories that start like that and end with happily ever after)
Shil : There was a handsome boy .... (and shil is a hopeless romantic! She's forever hooked on romantic stuff. Very soon she would have brought in a beautiful girl, and eventually love would follow along with babies!!!)
Me : Who was gay ... (I was in mood to listen to any romantic ... crap. Sorry shil! So I made the guy gay ....)
After that the story went downhill .... he eventually meets a penguin and the rest is not important. But since I screwed up the first attempt, I decided to try again .....
So we did try again and this is how the second rather inane story took off ...

Once upon a time there was a girl named Hay (shil insisted on it being only HAY and not Hayley. I bet its a name in some M&B that she is currently reading.) And her brother was named Fodder ( cause apparently he is elder to hay and 'old or dried up hay' is called fodder= food for farm animals). Anyway, these two get seperated , Hay grows up in her home town and takes care of the barn animals (especially cows, you will know the significance later on). While Fodder grows up in a rich tycoon's house, and becomes a famous comic book author of "Fodder the Super Horse". Meanwhile Hay goes into town one day and comes across this comic book in the store, but she has no money to buy it so she takes on a job at the store and reads in her spare time. But due to unfortunate circumstances, she gets fired just before reading the last chapter!

Apparently the last chapter contained some hidden code. So Hay being 'very smart' snatched the book and ran down the street. She falls into the ditch and before the book is destroyed by the swirling filth in the ditch she quickly reads the code : Moooo Moooo. Then she realises her calling in life ... she is actually "Super Cow!!! " Armed with super cow powers she enters the town nearby which is being attacked by an enormously huge evil penguin (somehow penguins seemed to be the theme that evening). As I said Hay being 'smart', starts shooting the penguin with milk pellets.The penguin eats the pellets and gains more strength. Hay is now terrified, but then something is seen appearing from the distance ...and what do you know, it's Fodder the Super Horse (yeah, fodder actually has super powers too!!! apparently it is revealed only in dire circumstances.) So Fodder arrives and saves the day, by slaying the huge penguin. And then they use the penguins hide as the Zebra crossing in town ( I am guessing the town was very colourful, all bright vivid colours ... but devoid of the two most basic colours black or white. So the penguin couldn't stand it and decided to wage a war against colour discrimination).

Anyway, it is later revealed that Hay gets the mad cow disease, from the evil penguin who had bird flu! And even worse we later discover that hay is now pregnant (I assume somehow during the fight with the milk pellets, she accidently gets inseminated by the penguin ... no idea how, but she must have employed the wrong orifice) with somethin that is half penguin and half cow! The half cow/penguin offspring Haylay, grows up to be a Super Somethin that saves the world from bird flu and mad cow disease.

Well, we may never be perfect candidates for "Whose Line is it Anyway" ... but it sure took our mind off stuff ...

Comments

Jane Hamilton said…
Oh God! Spare us will you?! This stuff is funny and outrageous all at the same time!! HAHAHA!
"Hay being 'smart', starts shooting the penguin with milk pellets." - HAHHAA Where do you pick up stuff like this?!
Karen Xavier said…
wow, a comment after almost 4 years!!! :D
Daemon Zak said…
A comment after 6 years

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