The Monkey's Truth

Okay. There’s this chick who works for NASA.

she looks after the monkeys there.

Names one ‘God’ because she’s religious,

The monkey is a pregnant female.

NASA says they want to see what space does to pregnancy or something and sends the monkey into space…


the shuttle drifts into a black hole

the hole takes her to an alternate universe that’s empty and it multiplies her intelligence by hundreds n thousands and awakens that other percentage of the brain that we apparently don’t use.

so to kill time, the monkey decides to make a planet ! clicks her fingers.. BANG

then populates it with animals, and makes monkeys the highest species. in her image.

but the bang that was her making the planet sets off evolution

and the monkeys evolve into people. and these people invent religion. And she saw that it was bad.

so to straighten em out the monkey, God, sends her baby, ‘Jesus’ to tell them to go away n leave the monkeys as rulers of the planet but Jesus evolves and is brainwashed into religion

then the people kill Jesus the monkey boy for being too good at their religion

that pisses monkey off , She punches a hole in the wall and leaves.

then the people decide to explore space n send a monkey who drifts into a black hole that monkey god made when she punched the wall in anger over the people…

a monkey called god.

The Monkey's Truth

Paula Stirland

Bellevue, Australia

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A short and twisted comical theory story about a Monkey.

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