A Tumbler’s Journey
This is a tumbler:
It is going on a long journey on this really cool motorized scooter:
With this guy:
His name is Ed.
He has on a Nike golf shirt.
Ed owns the tumbler and the scooter, and likes Sumatra coffee in the tumbler:
Ed works as a security guard for Dell computers, in the office of the CEO, Michael S. Dell.
One day, Ed and Michael are talking about the future of computers. Ed thinks holograms.
Michael says something else. Ed says that Dell himself, thinks the future of computers is to print out things that you buy from the computer, making shipping instant.
And it has something to do with wrist devices, and weed.
Maybe a little holograms,
and the smiley face emoticon.
And special characters like this:
Michael likes to improve Dell all of the time.
Anyways, this is cool, Ed invites Michael to go the Grand Canyon with him.
They end up not going, anyways, Dell gives Ed a special secret pokemon tool that helps him find every pokemon imaginable.
He is now like, the most popular pokemon enthusiast in the world.
People now come to Ed’s neighborhood, because he has all of the Pokemon characters in the world.
Anyways, he decides to get an iphone instead of an android.
Anyways, his pokemon collection gets hacked by Dell.
And Dell gets all of his pokemon characters back.
Then Ed takes a retreat to the Caribbean.
Where he meets a Jamaican princess named Trisha.
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Trisha says that we’re all interconnected with karma, dude.
Ed and Trisha are my pals.
they become best buds.
Ed gives his tumbler to Trisha.
This concludes a tumbler’s journey.
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