Our Journey To Earth Essay

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Today we journeyed to a distant planet known as 'Earth.' The main life form on this planet are humans, an organized group of emotional and vivacious individuals. Our crew traveled to a large building the humans named a 'Library.' This structure contains lots of information of the human's existence. During our mission we found a large assortment of writings which we could not translate, but we also unearthed pictures of humanoids in many activities they share with one another. The humans appear to be spirited and well-groomed and have established a successful civilization.We encountered a picture of humans with long, white sticks of some sort, sticking from their aperture on the front. The humans labeled these sticks 'cigarettes' and appear to be happy and carefree when they are 'smoking' them. In this illustration, there seems to be two species of mankind: males and females. The males seem to be physically superior and raw. The females appear to be sexy, seducing, and physically prepared. There also seems to be a strong sexual attraction between the two species. The setting in this picture is very relaxing and seems to be a place of excitement for the jovial humans. Cigarettes appear to be a source of absolute happiness.Another source of satisfaction for the humanoids are bottles of alcohol which seem to bring smiles to dispirited individuals. This picture that I'm looking at now has some type of amphibious creature saying the same word 'Budweiser'. This small creature is in the middle of a large humanoid gathering, where females are sitting on the laps of males, and everyone seems joyful. Everyone has their forelimbs risen, holding drinks, and there appears to be three females for every male. The location of the gathering is in a large structure on the edge of a very large body of water.As I look through the library, another ad catches my eye with the title of 'Olympics'. Humans in this picture seem to be having some type of competition. It includes many small pictures of these humans in different events....

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