How Yllus the king ruled the world

There once lived an almighty king named Yllus, which is Sully backwards. He ruled the whole world, which was a very excruciating job. He had to make sure that U.S.A was not trying to steal any land from Canada, and that Africa was not trying to take over Mexico, and so on. Yllus had an army of five-hundred cats, each which razor sharp claws and titanium armor. If a country refused to listen to Yllus, and challenged him to a war, Yllus would simply command his cats to attack the country, but Yllus was merciful. He didn’t kill people. The cats would just order the country up, and the president of that country would be so scared, he would forget his/her anger and back down. Then Yllus would call his cats back. It was the year 5067, and humans were just starting to make colonies on Pluto. Year by year, the humans conquered each planet. The moon was first, since it was so close to the earth. Then Mars, then Neptune, then Uranus, etc. Humans had even started to live on the sun! It may seem all science fiction, but Yllus had used several heat resistant glass sheets, which were about a half mile thick, and placed it over the sun. The glass was resistant to all heat, including the sun. Now the sun had a glass covering over it, which wasn’t even hot, since the glass was half a mile thick. It actually felt cold under the people’s feet. Everything on the sun was made out of glass, so the houses couldn’t block out any light from the sun, and make earth go dark. The glass also had a specially made tint, to make the rays of the sun darker, so it couldn’t blind people. But that had gone wrong, and people just had to wear sun-glass contacts, which were sunglasses simplified into contact lenses. Yllus wanted to live on the moon, but he couldn’t, because King Yllus ruled earth. So some scientists just captured a couple gallons of moon air and put it in a special space, so air wasn’t allowed in. The moon air was released into the room, and King Yllus could actually float in the moon air, but with a special helmet of course, so Yllus could float. Yllus treasured his “moon-air-room” he called it, which he bought for a hundred thousand dollars. In his free time, Yllus would practice doing back-flips and programming in there. King Yllus was thirteen years old, super young to be the king of the world, but no one challenged him, because he was the King. The FAA had also made a rule that only applied to him, that he had a private pilot license, even though you had to wait to be fifteen for that. King Yllus knew how to fly. He could fly a Boeing 747, an Falcon fighter-jet, a Cessna, a Airbus 380, anything.

 

How the sky fell down

Shooey (coward) Jackson was a odd little fellow indeed. He was a parakeet, and always imagined very weird things. Shooey’s brain was about as small as a penny, which was very small for a parakeet. One day, (it was very cold and windy) Shooey was walking across the street when a couple of small snowflakes fell on Shooey’s feathered head. Since the little coward had forgotten to put on his winter hat, the snowflakes felt very cold. Tiny Shooey looked up at the sky, while cars honked at him for being in the street. Then, it suddenly started flurrying huge snowflakes of all sizes. Shooey suddenly thought up a crazy thought. THE SKY WAS FALLING!!!!!!!!!!!!

Shooey runing
THE SKY IS FALLING!!!!!!

Shooey screamed so loud, that the glass in every car broke, but Shooey didn’t care. His crazy thoughts had gone too far. Shooey dropped his groceries (which contained bird-food and water) and flailed his hands up in the air, running away on his cowardly feet. Shooey thought that the snowflakes were part of the clouds that were circling the city that Shooey lived in. When Shooey got home, he was still screaming. All of the windows in Shooey’s shack had broken because of Shooey’s shrill yells.  Shooey cried himself to sleep slowly. It was still snowing when Shooey had gone to sleep, and the wind floated through Shooey’s broken windows. Snow slowly piled up on Shooey’s head and feet, giving him the shivers. He had absolutely horrible dreams that he was on the ground, while the clouds and atmospheres fell onto his head. You would almost feel sorry for the poor little guy. When Shooey woke up, he still had a pile of snow on his head. Shooey started up his screaming again that the sky was falling, and started running around the town, in his pajamas, at night. The police department had to lock him up in the local jail with a bunch of other guys who thought that the sky was falling. “THE SKY IS FALLING!!!” Shooey wailed in his cell. He sobbed in his jumpsuit that no one would believe him. When it was time to exercise outside, Shooey looked outside the cafeteria window. Wheww! It wasn’t snowing anymore. Shooey walked outside, his belly full. Shooey’s jail-mates started doing yoga. Suddenly, Shooey’s pants ripped and fell to the ground, showing his My Little Pony undies. HAHAHAHA!!! The whole yard of prison-mates laughed at the little coward Shooey. Then, Shooey though of up a very horrible imagination. MY PANTS ARE FALLING DOWN!!!!!!!!