Kevin. If he was really little.
Image via WikipediaIt's wet outside. Sitting in the kitchen, drinking some tea, I reflected on that. You may think it's boring, but they were my thoughts, and you have no claim over them. If you're so upset, why not fuck off, back to your fascist thought factories, you scum.
"Anyway, now I've insulted my readers, I can move on at last." I quipped smugly.
"Yes. That is often the way" Kevin the snail replied.
I wondered, briefly, why he was now living in my house. I wasn't surprised though - whenever I meet any character with certain odd traits, they seem to move into my house. I guess its the same for everyone, yes?
"Do you have anything profound to say?" I asked Kevin over my refreshing peppermint tea.
"No." He replied. "I'm feeling a little under the weather, to be honest."
Kevin was right, of course. High above him, the weather continued to do its thing. I was despondent though - between us, we had nothing intelligent to say. And that severely damaged my ability to be pretentious.