window five

Dear Diary, today the eave elves brought me a bag of intestines! How did they know? I've always wanted a bag of intestines. These were dark gray and foamy.

Later that evening, the bag of intestines was gone, and instead there were a pair of pods clinging to the scaffolding. Egg sacs? Perhaps the intestines were not intestines after all, but larvae of some kind! I wonder what sort of urban industrial nightmare will hatch from them.


7 Responses:

  1. See, now I've lately been wishing that my landowner took a bit of more interest in repairing things about my apartment (like the back door that you can see through in places where there isn't any glass, nor supposed to be any), but I haven't made much noise about it because I'm not paying for the heat.

    But this window escapade you're having makes me feel like perhaps being ignored is for the best, even if it is less exciting.

  2. giles says:

    What is the Matrix, Alex?

  3. lifftchi says:

    "I wonder if it will be friends with me?"

  4. violentbloom says:

    maybe tomorrow they will have wings. Or fangs!

  5. fantasygoat says:

    You're the only person alive who could make bags of random crap interesting.

  6. tsk tsk
    somebody left that little intestine-bag out in the rain and fed it after midnight.

  7. movingfinger says:

    Looks like giant Gypsy Moth caterpillar sacs. The construction work must be nearing its end; presumably the caterpillars will emerge in short order and eat all the plastic off the scaffolding.

    You are strongly advised to keep all windows closed and tightly sealed.