Micro-Fiction: Going Crazy
Micro-Fiction: Going Crazy2 mins 142 2 mins 142
On my way to the office this morning, I was in for an utter shock. To begin with, I saw monkeys driving buses, a donkey was canvasing for votes, a young black buck was posing in bikinis, penguins were walking on the pavement, and an orangutan was selling candy floss at a red light. I thought I must be going crazy, and when I reached my office, my colleague told me we had a new CEO, and that he had called us all to the conference room.
Once in the conference room, I noticed that the new CEO was a middle aged donkey, and for no apparent reason, he started to loudly bray at me. By now my head had begun to reel and I thought I was even hearing ducks quacking in the corridor. I ran out of the conference room and rushed to my office, on the way I passed-by a leopard who was trying to take some prints from our xerox machine.
Once in my office, I bolted the door from the inside, quickly took an aspirin and called-up my wife, telling her that I was not feeling well. And then to clear the fog in my mind, I picked up the newspaper lying on my table, and my eyes immediately went to the headlines, which read - "Beware: All animals have escaped from the city zoo last night".