So there was this guy,
who was a surfer that lived in-land. Well, this guy developed a very unpopular extreme sport called rock surfing.
What you’d do in rock surfing was grab a surf board and ride down the side of a cliff or rocky hill. People called this guy dangerous while dogs called him a word that meant “human” in dog language.
So, this guy was out rock surfing one day and he fell really hard onto a bunch of terrible rocks. This was not an infrequent event in rock surfing. So, he was bleeding from a large gash on his ribs and his buddy is like, “Dude let me take you to this barn like factory I know of.”
Confused and in pain, this guy responds by saying, “I should totally go to the hospital.”
“Yeah I’m whack,” says this guy’s buddy, “you should totally hit up the hospie before you die.”
The tricky part about this response was that the guy’s buddy wanted to emphasize the bit about death. See, he had this thing where he wanted to kill the rock surfer because he thought the rock surfer was hurting the rocks. He also believed that rocks were beautiful silent creatures that would one day speak to him if he was good enough. This belief drove him near madness because the rubric for “good enough” had never been laid out by himself or the rocks.
During the car ride to the hospital the rock surfer’s buddy was like “I just love rocks so much.”
The rock surfer agreed and then started talking about nature and this idea he had about extracting citrus from limestone. He was like, “if we could just get the citrus out of the stone then people could cook their fish Ceviche-style using natural rock-based citrus instead of farming lemons and limes. Then all the citrus fruit would be free to do whatever.”
This idea made the rock surfer’s buddy really mad because he was afraid it would catch-on and decrease the limestone population. Citrus also made him sour in general.
Anyways, they got to the hospital, the rock surfer got fixed up and then they went to their separate homes because they were just wiped-out.
So, the next morning the rock surfer’s buddy rolled up to the house and was like, “Sun is out bro, blue skies are the best conditions for rock surfing!” and the rock surfer was like, “right on.”
Their excitement was a little misguided however, because the best condition for rock surfing was during, or a split second after, a ton of rain.
See, rain made the rocks more slippery, increasing the chances that a surfboard would slide over them. In their defense, these two gentlemen had a limited understanding of both friction and gravity.
So, the two of them jump in the car and are heading towards this sweet new cliff when the rock surfer senses that something is not right. Suddenly, a giant old tree beside the road comes crashing down.
Fortunately, it fell away from the road so they were completely unaffected. But after about 6 minutes of driving, the rock surfer’s buddy stops the car in front of this barn like factory.
Ever so slowly the rock surfer’s buddy leads him into the factory and up some stairs. Curious, the rock surfer follows closely behind.
“What is this place?” He asks.
Ignoring the question, the rock surfer’s buddy says, “You should grab your board and jump into that machine.”
“No way,” the rock surfer says, “I don’t know what’s in there, it could wreck my board.”
So, what the rock surfer does instead is he stretches out his lats and hammies and then jumps into the machine without a board. Well, turns out that machine was a grinder and it grinds him up and turns him into non-toxic (technically edible) surfboard wax.