Q = Quicksand, A to Z Blog Challenge

First and foremost, my individual story is now up for sale, should anyone be interested. Here are the two links:

Torquere: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=79_93&products_id=4470

Amazon: http://www.torquerebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=79_93&products_id=4470

So, moving on to quicksand. I would like to know how many people out there are still pretending you do not have a list of jerks you would like to see nipple deep in quicksand. (Those people are lying, I assure you.) I’m all about being sane and wishing everyone well, and hoping that the world is happy. That’s great, but it’s not reality, and that’s why the gods gave us quicksand, karma, and cyanide.

*shove*

*shove*

Where was I?

Oh, yes, using nature to smite the wicked and immature. Since I’m not Storm from the X-men, I can only hope for a fissure to open and quicksand to aid karma. However, quicksand is very dangerous, but it’s not the 20 second killer we were lead to believe as kids (which changes my evil nature plans from karmic destruction of the wicked to merely making their shoes dirty).

Quicksand is caused by water and sand in which the water cannot escape. Unfortunately for my evil machinations, objects sink only so much, so a human would typically step in and maybe sink to waist deep. Of course, one could hope that he or she was alone and would thereby starve or at least get a really bad sunburn, because it’s apparently quite difficult to get out of quicksand.

Science stuff.

Science stuff.

Still, quicksand is dangerous, but not as dangerous as one would like when plotting terrible, terrible revenge upon those deserving. Perhaps different methods. Like the picture below, where someone seems to have hidden the Eye of Sauron in quicksand.

Surprise, bitches! Give me the Ring!

Surprise, bitches! Give me the Ring!

Alternate letter considerations: Quarantine, Quaker, quagmire, quetzal

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~ by Darren Endymion on August 20, 2015.

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