Slowly Like a Snail


Snails don't have websites. They live in a moment. If they need to communicate with one another, they do so telepathically or leave each other coded messages on half eaten cabbage leaves. I recently read one of those messages. It said: - I, Snail Romuald the Great, have been here and I ate the softest part of the leaf. To prevent humans to finish my meal, I smeared my feces here, with that signature claiming my ownership. The squeamish critters won't touch it now. Feast, my fellow citizens, on this delicious cabbage. Engorge yourself until you drop onto the ground where you may replicate to your heart's desire. This cabbage will feed the army of snails."


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