He led the entrants in to the hall which stretched out to infinity in each direction. Each sat in front of a keyboard eagerly awaiting the bell to start. A bell rang...
In row one the third participant began typing...
nvhuev ld v dv jvs jdjbv djnv
Row three wrote in much the same vein
bjdjsnh cs c skv kv sknv ,a
nsjd nmskv jj j VSD V jd
Each of the participants feverishly typed away engaged in the task in front of them. Some stopped for a quick snack of fruit, then began again that staccato like tapping that promised messages from some heavenly ether.
The invigilator walked down Row 2,994,531 shaking his head
“I can’t take much more of this. This is basically gibberish.”
As he walked back along the rows something made him pause. There was one experimentee who sat shaking his head looking as though he was struggling with the task. The invigilator stopped and walked over to the desk where the participant sat and peered into the screen.
He was astounded to read the following.
I know I am one out of an infinite number but I thought you might like to see this speculative entry of mine for your competition entitled experiment. I guess you could call this my experimentbdbhubshbb!!
He left the room to the sound of a flange of chimpanzees howling in derisive laughter in the way only they can. His experiment ruined, mocked by an infinite number of monkeys!!
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