Saturday, December 31, 2011

Shamaka Life Complex

Eepee-Hrosh-Ma, a Shamaka Life Complex, and her slice-offspring, as they march to the nearest sleeping human. They will make a temporary nest near the sleeper's head, and generate/store energy by symbiotizing the human brain metabolism. At the same time, they will produce a smell very similar to that of liverwurst, and Eepee may slice off another child. 

As a Shamaka Life Complex moves, it excretes Hwangia turds, which are initially visible but quick fade out to the point that they are difficult to detect. Whenever a waking human steps on one, it initiates a process in them which causes the transmission of brain energy to any nearby Shamaka.

It also imparts to the person a feeling of extreme well-being for about 2 minutes, followed by a single occurrence of incontinence.

Source: Sex Dog

No comments:

Post a Comment