Six True Stories about Fictional Creatures

April 15, 2010 § Leave a comment

Vampires actually love garlic. It feels pleasant on their fangs. The vampires started that rumor to mask the metallic blood flavour… and it’s not like they can just walk into a grocery store and pick up a few bulbs.

4 of 9 werewolves prefer shrimp lo mein to beef chow mein.

Ghosts don’t haunt mansions- they waft through the long corridors of memory.

The Jersey Devil was captured decades ago. His taxidermied body serves as decor in a dive restaurant. Children tap on the glass, wide-eyed. Their parents, waiting to be seated, sigh and roll their eyes at all the questions.

Money grows on a lot of trees, but humans and animals usually eat it all in the fruit stage. Every now and then someone finds $20 on the ground though.

We are actually aliens. The normal people live in an alternate universe.

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