You can’t even trust the ground you stand on.
Here’s something for my bucket list. I don’t actually have a bucket list, but if I did, this would be close to number one:
Have lots of money.
Rent an airport for a day.
Invite everyone you know and play the world’s greatest game of hide and seek.
It’s a dream of mine. The Chicago O’Hare airport is one of my candidates — I think about it every time I fly through there.
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I hate teddy bears. They stare at me when I sleep. Actually, I hate most things with eyes in my room, including paintings and figurines. I’m just waiting for one of them to blink. Actually, I wouldn’t mind a Pirate doll. Wonder if I can get one made…?
She’s cuter than the bear.
How good at you are hide and go seek? Pirate’s the master of masters. I like to think that I’m not bad at hiding and scaring people, but only Pirate can hide with balloons.
Pirate can hide in midair too!
Pirate’s a jerk. No question about it. She’s also really good at hide and seek. But how and why does she have a secret room with TV in it? Actually, the real question is why doesn’t everyone else?
Play the game, Pirate.
The world is filled with amateurs. Sometimes talented amateurs it’s true, but it’s time to learn from a master at hide-and-go-seek. It’s all about the element of surprise. Duct tape helps too, of course.
Always look up. Important rule, that.
Some people hide in corners when playing. Some people play at night. Pirate and Knight play without rules, light, or mercy.
There is no mercy in hide and go seek!
It’s the second part of this strange, scary story. Both parts are posted here. Watch out, Pirate! Don’t get caught!
When the lights go out, the monsters start to play…
Hide, Pirate! Hide and run away!