Tuesday, September 6, 2011

The Bottle Apocalypse

Plastic Bottles are not just your regular inanimate objects. In fact I would have to argue that they are not inanimate objects at all. These plastic containers are not only alive, but they have consciousness, minds of their own, and may even be able to move great  distances on their own. I know for a fact that these bottles can indeed talk to each other. For example, I was sitting in my living room drinking water from a plastic container. It made the normal cracking noise that a bottles tend to do when you lightly squeeze them as you drink water. When I finished my long swallow the bottle was a little more than half full. That's when it happened. I was lightly holding the bottle when it made a cracking noise and then my mother's untouched water bottle sitting on the coffee table responded with a pop of it's own. I suddenly had an eerie feeling that a secret conversation was going on. 

Ever since then, I have not been able to shake the feeling that I am being watched. I always thought that bottles just made noise because that was the sound of bending thin plastic. But I do not believe that is the case anymore. I think they're planning an uprising, waiting for the perfect moment to strike. The bottles already know we think their kind are just things to drink out of and then be recycled or thrown away, and they will use our ignorance to their advantage. I am warning you now, and begging you to listen before it's too late, please do not turn your back on any empty plastic container. Your life may depend on it.


  1. LOL...this is awesome. The pictures are amazing, great job!


  2. Thanks! I'm really glad you enjoyed it. :)

  3. Plastic Bottles kill, I've been trying to tell people this from day one.

  4. There is a documentary about how plastic bottles will take over the planet. I can't recall the title, but when I do, I will let you know. Its definitely worth watching!

  5. Brian- Yes, plastic bottle do kill... in a horrific and torturous manner.

    Madison- I would really like to see this documentary, it sounds very entertaining.