My co-worker and I were on our way to work when we saw the strangest thing floating in the sky above the warehouse.
"Look at that great big eyeball!" I exclaimed, pointing to the heavens.
"Wow! I've never seen anything like it!"
"What do you say we climb to the roof of that skyscraper and then shoot a water gun into the retina of the eyeball?"
"That sounds like fun, but do you think the boss will be ok with us ditching work?"
"You can ask him yourself- here he comes now!" I pointed ahead of us to where a man was riding towards us on the back of a large pig.
"Good morning, boys! Off to work?"
"Well," began my friend. "We actually thought that we might climb up that skyscraper over there and shoot water guns into the retina of that great big eyeball!"
The boss man's face became puzzled. He turned slowly to look over his shoulder. "That's our new surveillance system! You don'y want to be playing with that! It cost the company a lot of money!"
"But surely we can just have a few squirts? It looks like it needs a wash any how!"
The boss man grumbled under his breath. "Well alright then. Please don't fall."
"Thank you, sir! Enjoy the rest of your trot!"
The boss slapped the caboose of his hog. The animal let out a wild scream and began to march onwards.
"Come on, man! Let's go!" I whispered, grabbing the shoulder of my co-worker.
We ran like excited schoolboys over to the base of the skyscraper. We pretended we were spider man and started to climb the granite and glass surface until we reached the roof.
"I'll go first!" I cheered, removing my water pistol from my pocket and aiming it at the black retina.
A cloud of smoke blew away in the wind. The eyeball was twitching wildly as sparks flew from a gaping hole.
"What did you do?!" Screamed my friend.
"I went into the wrong pocket! I grabbed my pistol!"
"The army will be here soon! Let's get going Stanley!"
I put my pistol back into my pocket and ran back to the edge of the skyscraper. Again we imagined that we were spider man as we ascended the massive tower.
An army was beginning to form at the base of the skyscraper.