ET the Snowman An old friend I have not seen in a long long while <ul><li>Once upon a time in Penge 2009 in Feb-Roo-Arry, spelt February, an amazing sight took place. </li></ul><ul><li>This white stuff started falling from the dark roof of the sky, in fact, when you didn't know any better you would have thought the stars were falling in on you. This once vibrant little Village now a bustling Town filled with discontentment, hadn't seen the like in a decade plus eight years. </li></ul><ul><li>I was there watching them land. They kept coming relentless, impossible to count, more than the Hungarian who won the 100 Million B-Pengo* in the lottery. </li></ul><ul><li>* Worlds Largest Banknote </li></ul><ul><li>They lit up the sky like a Pengo lightbulb. </li></ul><ul><li> </li></ul>
The Landing <ul><li>They appeared with a prior warning, only a mild threat, was the opinion.The ones that should have known better, chose to ignore. Well... we've had these threats before and nothing came of it. </li></ul><ul><li>Only this was a massive Snowflake Formation invasion from an optical phenomenon, easy for you to say. </li></ul><ul><li>Their clever fluorescent disguising of their star shape ships and soft to the touch feel, as they land wherever they can, was deceiving. </li></ul><ul><li>Your immediate reaction is to touch and feel them for yourself, and sense you will come to no harm. </li></ul><ul><li>You'd be wrong </li></ul>
Grab an handful of snowflakes and they go into Dock and Lock Mode <ul><li>Their ingenious design and engineering is obvious they are from a different planet. You are then compelled to put together vast amounts of these tiny ships to form the flagship, a monument to their superiority. Once you have completed your task or even during, you start to feel the effects from the afterburners these Intergalactic travellers emit during docking. </li></ul><ul><li>On the journey across the universe you will encounter flocks like these, on their quest for settlement, and they come in droves. Well this Pengo plus fleet of tiny intruders were a bit off course, they were headed for the South Pole region and wound up in South London. Easy mistake to make I know. They have got their bearings and I have shown them the way to Jyvaskyla, where they should be....... </li></ul>
The Monument to ET the Snowman So much for my directions, totally ignored me and headed towards the North Pole and a stopover at Scotland (I had the map upside down). It was good to see my old friend materialise after all these years only trouble is he bought the country to a stand still. Best I visit him in his natural habitat next time where there is more space to settle and colonise with little or no disruption. Eddy Torr ET for short. Now he is definately from a different Planet The moral of the story is... Your not as big as you think you are.
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