But before we get to that, we need to clarify a few things. Ryan, being a boy that lived all alone on this... ice cube, didn't know much about the world outside. When his ice cube met up with the grocery store's ice cube, he was able to get newspapers and magazines, which gave him a glimpse into what lay beyond the seemingly unending water. But otherwise, he had no clue what the "real world" was like.
Anyway... On this fateful day, Ryan was supposed to meet up with his friend Eduardo's ice cube, but he wanted to stay warm in bed while he waited. Eventually, he fell asleep from the comfort of his bed and the gentle bobbing of his ice cube.
Suddenly the ice cube shuddered as it ran into something. Ryan was unceremoniously tossed from his bed and woken from his slumber. He rubbed the sleep from his eyes. That must be Eduardo, Ryan thought to himself as he picked himself off the floor of his icy home.
Ryan slipped out to see his friend, but when he looked over at the other ice cube, he was surprised. Instead of his friend Eduardo's igloo, there was nothing. Absolutely nothing. Interestingly though, this new empty ice cube was impressively large. At least five times larger than his own ice cube, which made Ryan very curious about it. So he moored the two ice cubes with the heavy rope, as he normally did when meeting up with other ice cubes, and cautiously stepped into a new adventure.
Ryan barely took three steps when he felt the icy snow beneath his feet give away. He was suddenly enveloped by darkness as he fell down, the daylight becoming a small dot above his head.
I love popcorn!!
"Stupid is another word for creative! ...I think..."