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Aliens Think We're Crazy

Article By: Artsie
Science fiction



Have you ever wondered what it's be like watching earth through a stranger's eyes? It all must look pretty stupid. Welcome to the aliens' world.


Submitted:Dec 31, 2009    Reads: 125    Comments: 1    Likes: 1   


We've all seen or heard about alien invaders either in a movie or on the news, right? UFO sightings are everywhere nowadays. And I know what you're thinking. Just a bunch of whack-job looney-tunes imagining brightly lit UFOs in the sky yet again. Who knows. Maybe you're right. But then again, maybe they're not as crazy as you think.

There are many theories as to why aliens have an interest in earth. I, for one, think humankind is just a pretty interesting race. I mean, if I was an alien, I'd sit up there with my space popcorn and enjoy watching humans destroy each other. But that's me. I have no clue what being a super advanced space alien is like.

Maybe they're just fasicnated with the things humankind has created. Like Disneyland. If the aliens didn't know who Walt Disney was, their first trip to Disneyland must've been confusing as hell. I mean, I think they already realize Earth is a small world after all. They've seen it from space. Teeny planet. There's also the Leaning Tower of Piza. I can't even imagine what kind of idiots these aliens think we are. A tower that leans?! What's the point?

The humans are a pretty complicated race. Some people say aliens have been observing Earth for thousands of years. Since caveman times. And they still haven't figured us out yet. So, either we're too complicated or overly simple and they're watching us for their own entertainment. The ultimate soap opera. Admit it, those aliens must be laughing their asses off at us.

But let's not forget that there are other beings on this planet that are deserving of super intelligent lifeforms' attention. Those pesky aliens could be here for the animals. The common platypus could be the result of some alien breed experiment gone awry. No offense to the platypus. I think they're wonderful. But think about it. Some animals on earth are just beyond explaining. And I'm not talking about Big Foot or the Loch Ness Monster. I'm talking about everyday animals. Chihuahuas. How do you explain the existence of this yapping little rat? How did it even survive evolution? I refuse to believe those little suckers made it but the dinosaurs managed to die off. It could only be the work of those fiendish aliens. I swear they saved the chihuahuas just so they could laugh at us for putting up with them. It's cruel, I tell you.

Anyway, I think aliens are out there somewhere. And who knows, they could really be observing our puny planet, gathering information and whatnot. But the next time you get that feeling you're being watched, you might want to reconsider your actions. We don't want those pesky aliens thinking they're better than us.





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