Thursday, 8 October 2015

A Typical Order Birthday

The order members celebrate their birthdays in a completely different way than humans do. For a member of the order a year in their native world is the equivalent to 10 years in the human world and this means that when a human year passes they pretend to have a birthday like all humans and celebrate in a human style, but every decade they travel outside of planet Earth and visit their own planet in order to celebrate with their kind.

The birthday of a member of the order is a huge event on their home planet, but they do not celebrate with drinks, music and food. Their celebrations are a series of rituals that are far beyond the comprehension of a human being. The order are never going to celebrate their birthdays on Earth because the planet doesn't have the conditions for this to take place.

8 comments:

  1. No cake???? If I'm aging 10 years every single year and not gettin' any cake, life ain't even worth livin'.

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  2. I think I like our birthdays better.

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  3. how about birthdays after age 30, are they depressing too?

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  4. Just like Cats, 6 yrs to a human year. Do they look like one too?

    Hank

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