Thor gets out of bed, with his hair in a mess and his eyes red from exhaustion. He opens the windows, only to squint as he looks upon the busy city of Philadelphia.
I wonder how many of these people believe in aliens. And how many of those people believe that there are good aliens out there.....like myself.
As Thor thinks about the nature of mankind, he superspeeds into the bathroom, grabs his hammer, and within moments, is standing in the mirror wearing his classic costume.
I need to wake up before I go to work, he thinks to himself while also wondering about the day ahead. I need to get a little action in the sun to wake up.
Seconds later, Thor flies from his house up through Earth's atmosphere and goes to the moon. He stares at the large, crater-filled rock of desolation and silence.
Space, he thinks to himself, it's truly breathtaking, even though there's no air. After mere seconds, Thor flies at a speed that is far greater than light-with a tired yet hopeful look on his face- to the Sun. The surface of the sun is 100,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Any human that gets within a few feet of something that hot will instantly get vaporized.
But luckily for me, Thor thinks to himself as he dives into the Sun, I'm not human.
He flies into the fire pit of hell the Sun is at all times of all days and all nights. If I am to get warm, I must feel a temperature that actually surpasses my invulnerability, and to do that, I need to go to where the heat is hottest, I need to go.....to the core.
Thor flies past the Photosphere, past the Convective Zone, past the Radiative Zone, and finally arrives in the hard working engine of energy and light that is the core of the Sun. He lets his body emerse in the radiation and 100 million degree heat. Ahhh, he thinks as his body finally becomes more aware, I feel more alive than when I fought the entire Frost Giant army for nine months straight. What I feel now must be what a human feels after they drink a warm cup of coffee.
Then, Thor hears the ringing of a bell in his hypersensitive ears.
"Uh no," Thor says nervously, "That was the late bell at work. I have only 10 seconds to get from the core of this star to my house to get dressed and into the office." He tenses his body, like a swimmer does before they begin a epic journey across an ocean. "Luckily," he says with utmost confidence in himself, "I'll do it in 2."
In the next two seconds, Thor flies all the way from the Sun to the Earth, changes into work clothes, brushes his teeth, straightens his hair, retrieves his suitcase, and arrives at the lobby in the office....mere moments before any of his coworkers do.
Phew, he thinks to himself as he has a sigh of relief. Now that the easy part of my day is over, I must prepare for the hard.
It's just something I had in my head that I wanted to share with you all. What do you think?