Attack of the H2H's

Fiction By Kendra // 5/14/2009

The glob of colors was growing, it started moving, swirling and twirling, and becoming larger, in just a few minutes it was bigger than I was, and then for a few amazing minutes, I was inside the glob, and then I was sitting quietly in a barstool at a kitchen counter, doing nothing of importance with an old pencil and a piece of scrap paper. I saw my mom and sister sitting in a living room; they too were doing nothing of importance, the whole place was quiet, you could have heard a small mouse scurry across the floor. It seemed as though I was in a small, pretty house. Then, there was a loud scream coming from the living room, this is what it said:
“There are H2H’s in the living room! They’re under the piano bench, and there are a lot of ‘em too!”
I looked up, and quickly jumped out of the chair. I of course did not know what a H2H was, so I had nothing to be afraid of; or did I?
“What’s a H2H, Mom?” I said as my mom and sister rushed past me; trying to get to a safe place.
“H2H’s are little MICE that are DRUNK!” my mom explained as she found what she thought was a safe corner of the room. I looked into the living room, and sure enough, there, under the piano bench, were the H2H’s. They were trying to walk, but stumbling and rocking back and forth, you’d think that they had swallowed an apple because their stomachs were so big, their small beady eyes were turning around and around in their skulls, their gray old whiskers were bent and sopping wet, their long pink tails were sometimes as straight as a pin, others were as bent as a cursive ‘W’. Then, whilst I was still staring blankly at all of the tipsy mice, out of the corner of my eye, I saw a small H2H jump shakily onto our big dining room table. Then, it literally started jumping off the walls, that is, the INVISIBLE walls. It looked like it was in a small cage that no one could see. I turned around and said to my scared mom,
“There’s a H2H on the dining room table! LOOK!”
I shook my thumb in the direction of that which the H2H was bouncing off the invisible cage walls, and then my eyes grew to the size of saucers, as I felt a small wriggly, furry, THING snuggled down in my collar. I put my hand to the collar, and the H2H darted down my shirt. It was not a pleasant feeling, and I finally caught the mouse. The H2H and I had a terrible fight; a fight as would not be expected. The mouse wouldn’t let go of my fingers; even when I tried my best to shake him off. I shook my hands downward, but he still wouldn’t budge, I shook then upward, but to no avail. He just wouldn’t get off and he scratched and bit my hands several times. I shook and I shook, nothing would work. And then,
“Ahhhhhh,” I sat up in my bed, breathing hard, “and I used to think that mice were cute!”

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I had this dream a few weeks ago, and I have no idea where it came from. I don’t know why the ‘tipsy mice’ were called H2H’s, and I have no idea why they had to be drunk, I guess I just had a strange thought that started this whole story. Something that might be of interest to you, was that that day, when we were getting in the car to go to Bible study, was that one of our cats was eating a mouse! Think that through, if you want!

Comments

H2H Attack

Wow, what a weird dream!!! You tell it well. I'm still trying to figure out what H2H could stand for. Hallucinating, horrible, horrors,...

Anonymous | Thu, 05/21/2009

ha.ha

Very funny....I think too much strawberry ice cream mixed with your science homework brought on this "Attack of the H2H's" :)
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"Yes, words are useless! Gobble-gobble-gobble-gobble-gobble! Too much of it, darling, too much! That is why I show you my work! That is why you are here!" --Edna Mode (the Incredibles)

Ariel | Sat, 05/23/2009

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

Thank you!

Thank you so much for the nice comments!!!! I really liked getting to check the comments board and see the ones on my thing!
OFG: Thank you for the comment. Yes, I do think that my Science book was stuck in my mind, or else I was thinking about H2O, and I changed it to H2H, who knows what I was thinking about! So over all, I think that you had a pretty good idea about what was going on in my mind... but WHAT DO YOU HAVE AGAINST STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM?????
P.S. I don't know what H2H stands for.... hmmm.
:o)
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"Their most active years are the first six months"--Old Fashioned Girl, referring to cats.

Kendra | Sun, 05/24/2009

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"Are you sure this water is sanitary? It looks questionable to me! But what about bacteria?"--Tantor the elephant from Tarzan.

Drunk mice? That is

Drunk mice? That is hilarious....that is one of the funniest dreams I have ever heard of. Great job with this.

"Here are the beauties which pierce like swords or burn like cold iron." C.S.Lewis

airlia | Sun, 05/24/2009

"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived."
General George S. Patton

Poor little mice probably

Poor little mice probably got into the fermenting mulberries invading your backyard...mice suffer the mulberries wrath too.

"I decided to be sensible the other day and tore up David's picture. Could you please send me some Scotch tape?" Audrey Hepburn (Sabrina)

The Brit | Mon, 05/25/2009

Thank you!!!!!!

Thank you guys so much for the comments! I have so much fun reading them!!!!

Airlia--Yeah, drunk mice... I have no idea how I had a dream about drunk mice. *Still puzzling over the matter.*

Brit--Fermented Mulberries, Yickkkk!!!! Fermented mulberries are disgusting, maybe you're right about the poor mice!!!
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"Sweet dreams, Cupcake!"--Gus, (Also known as Mickey Rooney:) from Night at The Museum

Kendra | Tue, 05/26/2009

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"Are you sure this water is sanitary? It looks questionable to me! But what about bacteria?"--Tantor the elephant from Tarzan.

Ha Ha Ha! FUNNY!!! Oh that's

Ha Ha Ha! FUNNY!!! Oh that's funny. H2H's! That's FUNNY! Whoops! (Bang) Darn.
Sorry. I laughed my head off and I gotta go look for it.

I am Nate-Dude | Tue, 10/06/2009

Nate-Dude

WOW

  Golly, I've had wierd dreams in my time, but I think that gets first prize! ( I once had a dream where I could fly, and drive a car, but that does not compare to H2H's!! Drunk mice  I suppose those will really happen the day that pigs fly, eh?)

Jackie West | Tue, 03/02/2010

Thanks!

Thank you all for your comments! I love getting them!

Nate-D: I think your head is in that corner over there; thanks for--no, not that corner, that corner!
Anywho! Thanks for commenting!!!

Eirian: Last night (Actually, more like this morning :) I dreamt I could fly too! I love those dreams, except that then you wake up and you think, "I wish I could fly!"
Yep, they'll be real H2Hs when pigs fly! "Ah! A PIG FLYING!!!!"

Thanks for commenting, everyone!

Kendra | Wed, 03/17/2010

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"Are you sure this water is sanitary? It looks questionable to me! But what about bacteria?"--Tantor the elephant from Tarzan.

Hilarious!!! If it weren't

Hilarious!!! If it weren't for the fact that my sister is trying to sleep I would have laughed out loud. I would have laughed HARD!!! :) I really enjoyed it. :)
God bless!!!

Damaris Ann | Sat, 11/22/2014

I don’t thrive off of chaos: chaos thrives off of me.

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