I was just off floating around the Universe, as you do, when I noticed a flock of yellow feathery bundles on a passing asteroid. That’s very odd, I thought, and went over for a closer look. There, before my very eyes were several yellow canaries. They were all chirping merrily away, as if being on a lump of rock in outer space was the most natural thing to them. Naturally, I had to take a photo with my mobile phone, when one of them stood and proudly posed. The others looked on, as though it were a regular occurrence. Two quick photos later, the canary rejoined the others in the bundle, and they continued with their amazingly unique version of the dawn chorus. Well, it was more of a rock anthem, actually, what with them being on an asteroid.

My apologies. It’s them mushrooms, I tell ya!

Don’t forget: Party tomorrow! Open-mouthed smile

Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. Lol !!! Canaries in the cosmos – well, why not ?!

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    1. Raili, it’s odd, you know, the the things that turn up around here… one never knows what is coming next! 😉 🙂

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  2. Wonderful post, I would enjoy hearing that chorus.

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    1. Relaxing rock would be the best way to describe it, Hélène! 😀

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  3. Oh my….You not only licked your fingers after handling those mushrooms, you ate them! Hope you make it back for the party….VK 🙂

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    1. Almost didn’t make it back, VK… I got stuck in the Cellar – Luckily I’ve managed to get out now!!!

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  4. Still laughing!!! 🙂

    Rock anthem indeed!!! 😀

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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    1. 😀 Hehehe!
      It had to be done, Prenin! 😀

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