Five Fast Facts

This article is brought to you by the thirteenth Blaugust 2020 Promptapalooza topic presented by the awesome blogger Jen over at Book of Jen: Tell us 5 facts about yourself.

Pretty self-explanatory prompt so let’s jump right in, eh!

  1. I live on a planet called Earth. I would love to move anywhere else, though. This planet seems to be going up in flames due to a bad human infestation. A shame, really.
  2. I need oxygen in order to live. I know. It’s weird… I always have breathe that invisible gas in, else I cease to exist. Seems like a personal design flaw to me.
  3. I was born on my birthday, of all days. What a coincidence!
  4. The sky above where I live always seems to be blue when the sun is out. Why blue? Why not pink, or green, or orange, or yellow?
  5. I can be incredibly sarcastic sometimes.

#StrengthInSarcasm!!


This post is proudly part of the Blaugust Promptapalooza 2020 blogging community event created by the badass Belghast!


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8 thoughts on “Five Fast Facts

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  1. Have to agree with you on fact 1 humans have really cocked this one up

    What’s up with oxygen anyway

    I was also born on my birthday, so many coincidences

    What’s a blue sky we don’t have those in England

    Ahh sarcasm where would we be without it

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