The Islamic takeover of 2013 by Rachel Pattycake
Rachel Pattycake consummates her marriage to one affable lad, Austin Islam. Right from the first page she proclaims they have staying power. The collage shows off their shared interests: ducks, lemons, and shoes. Obviously when those are brought together they engage in kinky, duck-petting, lemonade-making, feet-walking acts. Austin and Rachel are the ultimate Alt Lit couple and have a good chance at becoming the Alt Lit couple of 2013 if they play their cards right. Together the two of them play the most dangerous online card game, chat roulette. Deep in those cards is a sense of emotional and literal nakedness. Each of them bares their hearts to each other among other things.
Austin returns Rachel’s loving with his desire to look at her. Austin longs to be the baker’s man to Rachel’s patty cake. Parental guidance is no longer needed for the tech-savvy lovers. Good thing Austin exists. Rachel is happy with Austin’s ability to live on Earth with a minimum of difficulties. Thanks to his work he’s able to add additional insight into her heart, bringing light where there was once darkness. Innards generally lack proper lighting due to ‘evolution’ and the inability of fireflies to light up the dark parts of their minds. Rather the two of them have butterflies in their stomachs when they speak to each other for they care about each other. Sadly these butterflies lack the ‘wing power’ to help the two rises up into the air and fly to each other.
Deep in the recesses of the suburbs they hang out. Suburbs shelter them from the worries of the world like bumping into people. Right in the suburbs they own the sidewalks. Nobody ever uses sidewalks in the suburbs. Community planners put sidewalks in suburbs for show. Yet here Austin and Rachel share them together skipping ever merrily on the grey concrete. After a happy time hanging out on the sidewalk they decide to sleep together. Blank spaces bring happy faces together. Rachel and Austin discuss the importance of a blanket and its ability to hide while encouraging nakedness. Walls can’t see but beds can.
CSPAN brings the master plan for the two of them. Austin Islam watches CSPAN. The channel is his personal brand. Rachel tells him that nothing reminds her more of him than random live feeds of video from various government officials. No filter exists for CSPAN just like there is no filter for the two lovers. For they give each other energy. Love is one form of their energy. Another form is propane so they can grill up some veggies for the BBQ. Eating their grilled veggie love they live for the present since they remember their past all too well. Thanks to a healthy diet Austin and Rachel touch each other’s butts and are amazed at their firmness.
The two take long walks to get to each other. They are good. They share space together and unlike the 99% of people they’d meet while traveling, they like and care about each other.