The story so far:
while evil and good fought like crazy to get the upper hand on each other, dan had been fixing a few errors that he had seen in the ripples and even in the reflections of the crystals deep in the lake. but then he found something that simply took him by surprise, he wasnt worried about running out of air because he could breathe air as well as water, kind of like a fish. it was a gray metallic skull with one red light that kept blinking on and off. "well this is certainly strange," he said to himself. "id better go tell evil about this, maybe she knows something about weird anomalies.
evile had her brother in a wispy headlock when dan stepped out of the lake, sopping wet to the core as the diamond like liquid feel and splashupon the multicolored grasses that had been growing along the random bits of data that had made there home in the erronious sectors of data that oculdnt be repaired. "i was wondering if you could tell me what this was? you know, since your evile and all that." dan smiled as she tried punching in the face, but her fist onlypassed through his face without any damage whatso ever. "you shut up good, i can still hurt you plenty. anyways, this would appear to be a..." her voice trailed off as her purple energy brushed acros the forehead of the skull, revealing all that it had held secret to mortal eyes.
"a robot sent to the past to protect some kid named john conner, on a planet named earth... but it took a wrong turn at calcutta and it lost its head here, and now humanitys exctinct." dan was taken aback a bit. "humanity huh? what are they?" this time good was the one who answered. "humans are people who evolved from monkeys, who were extremely facinated with masterbation, and flinging dung at each other." dan smiled at the thought of the images that were passing through his head. "so... theyve evolved since then?" "yeah... but apparently most of a place called congress still likes flinging there own dung at each other, and the masterbatings still going on even today." dan took a step towards the wall that had seemingly cracked in half. "wow... what a weird species.dung flinging is such a primitive way of communicating with one another. but im really ocncerned about that skull, is it any danger to us?"
evile tossed it behind her with out so much as a care in the world. "nope. not one bit. anyways, lets get back to repairing the wall of data here..." the skull bounced down the road, through the grassy plains and off a tremendously high cliff, into the boiling candy lakes, down the river and plunged down a giant waterfall where the force of the impact activated its repair sequence. evile stopped fixing the crack in the wall, as she thought she felt the wierdest of sensations. "i.... never mind. back to the wall!"