Today I’d like to touch on the ugly topic of discrimination against interplanetary aliens. My sincere hope is that you, dear readers, will come to accept and, yes, perhaps even love the sweet and rather naive inhabitants of the planet Yaxilangah. When my little pink Yaxilangahan friend Gogee Grapula visited recently, she shared her observations and experiences involving interactions with Earthlings. The ways of Earth are understandably strange to Yaxilangahans, frequently resulting in spontaneous laughter, frustration and occasional fits of outrage.
To help enlighten you to some of the issues that confound our alien friends, as well as offering you some little known information about the customs of her people, here’s part of what Gogee shared with me on her last visit…
I believe it’s clear from this post of intergalactic importance promoting planetary alliance and comradery, that Yaxilangahans are more than worthy of our acceptance and understanding. Please keep an open mind about aliens. If nothing else, I sincerely hope you’ll remember never to skimp on saliva when serving soup to a Yaxilangahan, and to show them the flushing box if there’s a lull in the conversation. Thank you most sincerely for not discriminating against Yaxilangahans.
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--Daisy Dexter Dobbs a/k/a Super Earthling…roger wilco, over and out
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