The Hidden Evil – Part 2

Approximately 73 years ago, I posted a blog about socks, and their attempts of world domination.  My thoughts have not changed on this subject, but I did receive information today that they are not acting alone in this elaborate plan.

It seems that flies are also assisting with this plan to take over the world, and in a way that is so strange, and so gross that it makes it all the more disturbing that we don’t realize that it is going on in front of our very eyes.  The connection between the flies and socks is quite complex, but it does fill in some of the mossing gaps – the biggest being, ‘how do the socks eat during their master-plan to take over the world?’.  The answer – fly vomit.  This evening, a fly made a huge mistake by being witnessed vomiting on my arm, and the vomit was in fact strands of what appeared to be blue fluff.  Blue fluff-vomit to feed the socks.   How do they usually do this without us noticing?  Simple – while we sleep, they vomit into our belly-buttons.  We wake up, see strange blue fluff in our belly-button, never fully questioning why it’s always blue when we weren’t wearing anything blue, then we pick it out and toss it on the floor.  Do you ever see that belly-button fluff again?  Of course not, because it is eaten by our conniving socks.

I know what you’re thinking – it’s just so obvious now that it is spelled out in front of you.  And you’d be right – but a word of warning: there is probably more to it than just this feeding relationship: let’s face it, what’s in it for the flies?  While I put scientists hard at work to discover what else could be happening, do what I do and save all of your belly-button fluff in a plastic bag.  After a few years you’ll have quite a nice pillow stuffing.  And a lot of anorexic socks.

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~ by eddie on August 18, 2010.

2 Responses to “The Hidden Evil – Part 2”

  1. I don’t wake up with blue fluff in my belly button. So, there’s that.

  2. Well, obviously your socks eat the blue fluff while you sleep. Super-efficient socks.

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