#1
I realised I'd eaten all my biscuits.
And there was wasnt much milk.
I needed tea. i was very stressed out at that point.
I did the only thing i thought someone could do at a time like that.
I took the easy route,
and devised a way to travel back to when i had biscuits,
persuaded myself to pop the kettle on, and settled in smiling.
I asked myself what the weather was going to be like tomorrow
I didnt have a clue.
I told myself it would rain, and ate all my biscuits and used most of my milk.

It appears, just as parallel lines can never meet,
the universe remains unaccomodating for counterfeits and copies.
Mostly to ease confusion, although brutal as it may seem one of us had to be destroyed.
Or thats what i remember from the burst of clarity i felt when the boiler exploded, to act out some form of cosmic justice.
The world was pin sharp as i watched myself get vaporised and then watched the vapors implode into non existance as they wafted towards me
but the clarity quickly faded out as the real world faded in and i realised i was alone in my kitchen
with a gaping flaming hole in my wall and antimatter in my hair.
and then i realised id eaten all my biscuits.
and there was wasnt much milk.
i needed tea. i was very stressed out at that point
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#3
thanks, i hope your wife enjoys it.


cheers.
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