Sunday, April 10, 2011

Bugs A-Z Adventure



Well as promised, here is the collected tale of Bug on his A-Z adventure.  Hope you guys had as much fun as I did.

Bugs Blogging Alphabet Adventure

---Bug put on his slippery glasses and ran up the tree just in time to see the brown patch fall from the sky. He was really getting sick and tired of listening to the noice it made as it fell, and how it made his feet itch.

Putting on his saucepan hat, he waddled on his back for a few miles until he fell over a tiny planet. He picked it up and threw it back into space, where it bounced up and down every time bug sang.

Bug's singing was beautiful, his voice spiralled upwards, perfectly in tune. The tiny planet soared up up up,

until it splat, raining debris all over Bug and making his feet itch again.

With those itchy feet bug ran down the tree. When he did Bug landed right smack dab in the middle of a boat.

Bug wanted to eat toast so he searched for someone to make it, an elephant, maybe, but he could only find a frog in the boat. Now he needed a toaster.

The boat sailed along a river of chocolate, past shops filled with blenders, espresso machines, and food processors, until it ran aground onto a shore of toffee chips.

The toffee chips were playing musical chairs, so bug stood on his head. His itchy feet danced and it inspired the goblin to sing.

Bug loved the song. It inspired new feelings in his heart and that's when the transformation began.

His arms began to spasm and one shrunk into his body while the other one grew twice the length. His face contorted into a mask resembling a witch doctors.

His crabby mood he had been in since that morning started to slip away and a grin started spreading from one side of his face to the other. But that grin was cut short when he heard something startling from across the room.

No...No, not possible - the gremlin couldn't have found him . He'd laughed his sides a-splitting, no more tickling!

Bug grabbed a feather and off he ran after the gremlin who was afraid to be tickled and terrified of feathers.

 He ran straight into a rift in the spacetime continuum where he got tossed back and forth in several dimensions, landing, finally, in the home of the gremlin. And in his home was

the frog. It had been in the boat, but then it wasn't in the boat. It was in a dream. No. It was in the gremlin's home screaming "Wake up, wake up, would everybody just wake up!" But only the snark sniveled and sidled, sipping and salivating and sipping some more.

He took his sticky pad out to catch the sky. and then he trampolined out of the way before it hit him on the run.

Bug decided his adventures would make a good story so he posted it on his blog for the A to Z Blogging challenge.

Many people saw the blog and a strange thing happened--as they read it, their feet began to itch.

The itching was so intense that he

morphed into flame. His skin crakled and sizzled. When it stopped, his body felt different

and as he looked down at his feet he saw the most beautiful rainbows where his toes used to be. The itchyness was gone but he was completely exhausted and still in need of toast. Bug flew over his rainbow feet and catching the Gremlins icy fingers he flew them both up to the top of the tree to search for more frogs and maybe a toaster.

 -------------Ended, or not

Gibberish written by controlled patriots of standard word abuse, in order from top to bottom of the pile:

Me, Ellie , Sue, Martha (MM), Laura Eno ,Gregg , damyantiwrites , Rachel , Hart Johnson, Elisabeth Hirsch , Craziness abounds , Debbie , Hilary Melton-Butcher ,N. R. Williams, The Golden Eagle, Lucy Adams, Emily Rose , Luana Krause, Linda H., Bossy Betty, M Pax  and finally me again to tie it all up.




Here is a badge I made for all of the above named Controlled Patriots of Standard Word Abuse. (CPSWA) I think I just made a new group. Ha ha, such fun. Put  your badge proudly on your page or just toss it.

16 comments:

Ellie said...

'Wow,' sang Ellie. 'Bug's A to Z adventure just made my day. I'm off to pin my shiny new badge somewhere daft and silly.'

Ellie Garratt

sue said...

hehe, that was so much fun, thankyou. It was a great antidote to my depressing topic of workplace bullying, just what I needed :)
Sue@JumpingAground (alliteration & drabbles)
Sue@traverselife(Workplace bullying)

walk2write said...

I hope it's not done. I want to read more Bug adventures. Doesn't he want tea with his toast? Hope you're having a delightful weekend.

Elisabeth Hirsch said...

Wow! Epic LOL!

N. R. Williams said...

Great fun! Thanks for the award.
Nancy
N. R. Williams, The Treasures of Carmelidrium.

Craziness abounds said...

I love gibberish and nonsense! Thanks for the fun!

Craziness abounds said...

Yes they did boot me for two days but they but me back on! So whoever did only got a minor victory! Butt faces that they r I hope their noses start running non stop for the entire summer! Grrr

Craziness abounds said...

Found you and tried to add you but there's no friend request button on your page and it only shows your interest page. So weird. I sent you a message maybe if you click on my picture it will let you send a request. You bet I'll add you!

Lynda R Young said...

lol, so funny!

Jeff said...

I used to speak gibberish all the time...oh wait I still speak gibberish...buy never with a wink of the eye like you :-)

Bonny said...

Thanks for following!
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Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Siv .. I collected it - just posted under my Insects post - seemed appropriate - but just spotted I used the mug & not the award .. oh well too late now!

Credits give to you .. at bottom of post .. appropriate timing .. well done!! Cheers and enjoy today .. Hilary

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Most humourous thanks for sharing this impressive post.

Thanks for your comment which I value.

Yvonne.

Laura Eno said...

Awesome! I think that's the best badge I've ever received. I also want to thank you for my new rainbow toes *she says as she snacks on toast*

Susanne Drazic said...

Found my way over from Hilary's blog. What a fun Bug Adventure!

renate said...

:)