Baby Yoda woke up craving chicken nuggies. Meantime, the voracious chicken nuggies craving Baby Yoda woke up, too. Oblivious to the threat, the Baby Yoda craving chicken nuggies went to find the chicken nuggies with a craving for Baby Yoda. They encountered each other, of course, at either end of their respective sentences and there was some toing and froing between subject, verb and object, just as Baby Yoda might have planned the to and fro between nuggies and dips. And vice versa.
There was, of course, only one solution to the chicken nuggies threat.
Baby Yoda, craving, woke up.
Mike Hickman (@MikeHicWriter) is a writer from York, England. He has written for Off the Rock Productions (stage and audio), including 2018’s “Not So Funny Now” about Groucho Marx and Erin Fleming. He has recently been published in EllipsisZine, Dwelling Literary, Bandit Fiction, Nymphs, Flash Fiction Magazine, Brown Bag, and Safe and Sound Press. His co-written, completed six-part BBC radio sit com remains unproduced but available to interested producers!