posted on Jul, 11 2021 @ 12:49 PM
Joshua opened his eyes and was met with a thunderous noise. He slammed his eyes shut again and the sound immediately went away. “Opening my eyes
isn't usually that noisy,” he thought to himself. The noise had shocked him out of ten years of life he couldn't afford to lose at this point. He
decided to wait a few moments before trying again. Slowly he opened his left eye. Silence. Slowly he opened his right eye. Silence. Both eyes open and
no noise. Good. NOISE! It was deafening. That was because he had fallen asleep at a train station. Or, on second thought, perhaps while he was
sleeping someone built a train station around him. Without more information it would be hard to tell.
Joshua looked down and saw his feet at the end of legs that were extended out before him. “I should be using those,” he thought. Joshua wobbled to
his feet. Well, he hoped they were his feet but his weren't usually this wobbly. They were, however, the ones he was presently using so he forged
ahead. “Nice shoes,” he thought to himself.
An aroma crept silently into Joshua's nostrils and shook his brain violently. Coffee! He saw the vendor and wobbled over to the biggest cup the
purveyor proffered. Joshua inhaled it deeply and thought for a moment this is what coc aine addicts must feel like. He avowed to give it a try
Joshua peered over the rim of his giant cup of coffee and saw dozens of eyes peering curiously back at him. At first he didn't know what to make of
that. So he waited a moment, and at second he still didn't know what to make of that. He felt third was going to be a waste of time and skipped it
Joshua opened his mouth to yell something rude and, NOISE! “Perfect timing,” he thought to himself. In his mind he could hear himself saying,
“Fear me weakling humans – for I am the God of loud obnoxious noises!” He smirked at what he imagined their frightened response to be. In
reality he had been wetting himself for several minutes and frightened no one except the janitor waiting patiently for him to stop. A stray dog
wandered by and felt his presence was redundant so he left.
Joshua wobbled to a wall nearby and slid down it, his legs extending out before him. From his new position his eyes began to close as they swept
across the vendor's cart. “Now appearing at the Cafe Delirium – The Peyote Barista.”