What Happened to a Binge Watching Fish and Crab

Here is a fish that I drew. His name is Sushi. The crab is named Pincher. They lived in a great coral reef. The reef had a dangerous awful monster. Or so they thought. They actually lived in a fish bowl. The dangerous monster was actually a shark that was inside of a virtual reality mask. Their owner had taped a virtual reality mask to their tank. The sea horse at the bottom was their friend Bob. Bob never talked and sat still all day. Sushi and Pincher never assumed that he was made out of plastic. This trio had swam all over the ocean. Or so they thought. They had really watched a lot of virtual reality. e-fish

The only thing they did all day was watch virtual reality and watch their owner watch TV. These two became binge watchers.

These sea creatures had lived this way there whole life. They had never even guessed that there life was fake. One day there fish bowl was picked up and carried into a roaring monster. It was really the car. They rode to the beach. When they got there they were moved onto a cruise ship. They went for 3 days on this boat. One day when there owner was gone swimming, some one picked up their fish bowl, and stole the virtual reality mask. Suddenly their old life was gone, and they realized that they had been living a fake life the whole time. They started trying to chase the thief. Sadly being behind bars in a fish bowl they had to watch the thief get away. They had previously been to busy watching a fake life, to notice the imprisoning fish bowl before.

Being bored they tried to talk to Bob, but Bob never once even looked there direction. After hours of this, it hit them that Bob was a fake friend, who was not actually interested in them. After all he was plastic. So they began getting to know each other better. Sushi had never realized that Pincher was good at break dancing. Pincher had never know that Sushi had a passion for art. They had always been to busy watching virtual reality to notice.

When the owner got back, he got a new virtual reality mask for them. They built a wall of pebbles, that way they didn’t have to see the mask. While they were still on the cruise they began making an escape plan. First they had to act dead. Then they would be flushed down the drain, thankfully all drains lead to the ocean. They learned that from a movie. It was on TV so it was definitely true. They didn’t know that all drains actually lead to septic tanks. Thankfully their owner threw them overboard, not into a drain. When they got there they had to learn survival skills. Thankfully they had watched a survival show where a man ate raw fish to survive. So they started eatingĀ  raw fish. They got sick from doing this and died.

The moral of this story is don’t watch to much TV or Virtual Reality. You most likely will not die, but you may think you should do something crazy like eat raw fish. Also nevvvvvvvvver turn cannibal you will die if you do that.

 

 

Published by brainchildgalore

I am a children's art teacher, homeschooler, business owner, teenager, older sister, and fallower of Christ. I enjoy art, speech, audio books, good quality words, and well developed characters. Some of my favorite books are Pride and Prejudice, The Outsiders, The Anne Series, Little Woman, The Princess and the Goblin, and Crime and Punishment. My family is homeschooled. We are 8 in number. Dad, Mom, Me, Garfunkel, Lady Z, Lady Cupcakes, Spider Man, and Cutness Baby. We are the Pickles If you can't tell those are fake names to hide our true identity so that admiring fans don't antagonize us. Quote of the month "Keep your thoughts positive because your thoughts become your words. Keep your words positive because your words become your behavior. Keep your behavior positive because your behavior becomes your habits. Keep your habits positive because your habits become your values. Keep your values positive because your values become your destiny." ~ Mahatma Gandhi

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