søndag den 14. marts 2010

Does Humans Really Exist?

As humans we often wonder if fairies and such really exist, but now I have found evidence that the fairies also are wondering if humans are for real. In an article original recorded in The Nidlongdir Post by Weaving Flower, she asks the question; is it’s possible to prove that humans exist?

Does Humans Really Exist?
Nidlongdir Post, year of the frogs, spring issue
By Weaving Flower

I have never seen a human, and I very much doubt that many fairies in Leafenheim City actually have. My children ask about the humans all the time. They want to know about their magic called math, and to hear all the stories about all the monsters the humans are supposed to have, according to the famous whispering leaf, Fairy Tales of the Human Race, by Dust Cloud the elder.

Personally, I find humans incredibly scary! First of all, they are humongous. They are known to be very greedy, and the monsters they all have, are so frightening that I would rather go and live in a troll family, then have an encounter with a human. On the whispering leaf Fairy Tales of the Human Race, Dust Cloud tells about his adventures into a human's garden and house. I have been studying all the records by Dust Cloud the elder, and compared them with more reason articles about human encounters, and what struck me, was the fact that all the fairies that had a human encounter never had any evidence that could prove that it was a human they had an encounter with. In many of the cases I have studied, the fairies are known to be notarise liars. Some of the fairies are also known to hang out at the Apple Worms Tavern, and in the Dragonian Caves.

Rumours are that the new Dragonian Ambassador should be human, but how can that be? First of all, a human is much too big to go into the Dragonian Caves. Secondly, the Dragonians would risk that this human would bring some of the terrible monsters into the caves. According to Dust Cloud’s whispering leaf, humans sometimes travel into the Mist with the risk of ageing very fast, to get sizing potions from Mother Bog. They drink the potions so that they can enter our world. He even postulates that humans and gnomes some times get friendly, and in some cases gnomes live in the human’s houses.

Although gnomes are known to use the human magic called math, I find it very unlikely that they would dare to live among all the monsters that the humans create with their magic. I have found many stories in The Whispering Library that tells about a strange monster living in a special room in most humans’ houses. Most of these monsters are white, and have a big mouth.The monster's ugly mouth is kept open most of the time, so that it is ready to eat what ever comes in reach of it. In one of Dust Cloud’s fairy tales, he is nearly swallowed by this monster. He describes how the monster sucked him into its throat, and how he had to hold his breath, and struggle very hard to reach the surface of the water in the drooling monster’s mouth.

Dust Cloud tells, that he had seen these kind of monsters in many diffrent shapes and colours, but No matter what the monsters looked like the humans called them the toilet. The monsters have no limbs, and on Dust Cloud’s whispering leaf the monster is described as a very bad smelling monster. Perhaps that is why it is kept lucked up in a special room.

The fairy tale about the toilet monster is my children’s favourite, and I have heard that the new Beatle Theatre will set up the toilet monster story as a play in the upcoming season. I can’t recommend Dust Cloud’s fairy tales as good night stories, but as long as you keep in mind that it’s just good old fairy tales, I find the stories very amusing and especially small fairy knights will love them!

I haven’t come to a conclusion about the existents of the human race! It would make the universe very exiting if they did exist! I would properly be very scared if I had an encounter with one of them, and I would never ever tell a living soul about it, in the fear that they would regard me as a totally nutcase.

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