The following nonsense is my attempt to create a short story to accompany my fellow bored co-workers desk doodles. If you enjoy nonsense or you are also bored at work please continue reading. It’s fun to follow along in the drawing while reading to see how many doodles I was able to incorporate into the story!
The sun was shining a unique bright orange and it shone through Jarea’s blinds waking her from a deep sleep. She yawned and stretched and put on her giant diamond ring which weighed nearly 2 lbs. It was the only thing she wore aside from her smile. Jarea opened her window and saw that a giant butterfly as big as a dragon was flying above the trees.
“I’ve got to get a better look at this!” Jarea said.
Jarea hopped into her little red doodlebug and decided to take a drive to see what she could see. On the way to see the giant butterfly which dwarfed the biggest pine tree, Jarea passed a broken heart. It was floating in midair and openly crying. Jarea felt compelled to stop.
“What’s going on?”
“Aw nothing. I’m just depressed because I got drawn into the air above this cemetery. Looking at dead people makes me sad.”
“Hmm. I can see that. Would you like to take a ride with me instead?” Jarea offered.
“Sure! That sounds great. I don’t have any feet but I can kinda float above this seat.”
“Just one thing, I’m going to need some gas money.”
“Alright, I’ll just pull this two hundred dollars out of the sky.” Heart handed Jarea two hundred dollars and she promptly stopped at the nearest gas pump.
“I’ll go inside and pay for the gas, why don’t you pump?”
Heart protested this idea. “But I don’t have any hands!”
Jarea walked inside to find that the gas station attendant couldn’t accept her money.
“I don’t have any change for hundred dollar bills. Don’t you have anything smaller?”
“I’ve got this book. Would you like that instead?”
“That’s a great idea! I haven’t read any books today. And since you’re so smart Jarea, I’m going to throw in a complimentary ice cream cone with your gas!”
“Um. Can I get two please? I need one for my friend outside.”
“Why sure you can have two! Ice creams are just falling from the sky anyways. What a thoughtful girl you are.”
Jarea skipped outside and handed the second ice cream to Heart. The two new friends continued on their trip enjoying their frozen treats. Jarea had nearly forgotten why she came outside in the first place when the butterfly flew over her car and went straight for the sun! Soon he was out of sight and Jarea and Heart were sad that they wouldn’t get the chance to see him up close.
“What a missed opportunity,” Jarea said. There are hardly ever butterflies the size of trees!”
Just then a weird rotary phone presented itself in the backseat next to Heart and started to ring loudly. “Should we answer it?” Heart asked.
“Of course we should! Hello?”
“Hey there’s a cool show happening just up the hill past that billboard, you might want to check it out.”
“Okay. What kind of show? And who is this? And also, how is there a rotary phone in my car that isn’t attached to anything.”
“Dude. I don’t know any of that. Just follow the sound of drums.”
Since they had nothing better to do, Jarea and Heart continued driving until they reached a clearing. They parked the doodlebug next to a set of drums that were busy playing themselves. Jarea and Heart sat down to listen to the magic drumset. The two friends swayed in time to the drumbeat and soon a gigantic shadow covered both of them. The butterfly/dragon was attracted to the sound of the magical drums and floated right above their heads. It landed a few feet away from them but took care not to squish Jarea or Heart.
“That’s nice music. I like things that are nice.”
“I like your wings!” Jarea said.
“And I like your smile,” Heart added.
“Thanks! I like that you guys are way small and you’re both naked. That’s funny. Would you like to ride on my back?”
“Of course!” they both said at the same time.
“Alright. Let’s go!”
“This is the best day ever!” Jarea said as they all flew away in the direction of the weirdly orange taffy colored sun.