You approach a large brick wall. You were drawn to the wall by a high spirited song, sung through an obnoxious voice. You look around the wall without finding the source. Finally you gaze upwards upon red and brown speckled structure to see the source of the song. An all too familiar egg sits atop the wall rocking around to his tune.
[[Speak to Humpty]]
[[This isn't my problem]] You once again disregard your personal policy of not causing your own headaches for the millionth time and speak to Humpty Dumpty.
[["Please come down"]]
[["What are you doing up there?"]] You look around the area to find out how he could have gotten up there. You quickly find the rickity ladder propped up against the wall. You could go up after him, but it is awfully high...
[[This isn't my problem]]
[[Speak to Humpty]] (text-colour:cyan)[*"HaHaHaHaHa!"*] he laughs, (text-colour:cyan)["It's always going to be squares like you who try to stomp out the good vibes of guys like me!"]
He's such a racist.
(text-colour:cyan)[What does it scare you when I do stuff like *this?*] he rolls around precariously on top of the wall just to spite you.
[[He's made his choice]]
[[I'm leaving]] You've decided to leave the annoying egg to his own devices. It's his buisiness why he's up there and you're perfectly happy to leave him to it.
Written by Hunter Skapura
[[Restart->Start]] The ladder rumbles and scrapes around the brick as you climb it, making you cling to it's wood as hard as you can for all the good that will do you. You've never been very good with heights. At the apex of the ladder you make the daring decision to grip the wall and hoist yourself up to a sitting position. Why did you come up here again? Humpty either didn't notice all of that or deliberately ignored it, either one would be like him. His back is turned to you. The devil creeps onto your shoulder with an idea.
[[Sit down with him]]
[[Push him off]] You shake away the devil's offer and swallow hard. Your mom always told you that you could make a friend out of anyone if you just tried, but a bad egg like this? Still... If you never tried you would never know. You sit down next to him. His song suddenly cuts short as he notices you for the first time, giving you a look of shock, confusion and fear.
[[To both of your horrors, he tips->Egg Drop]] You went and actually did it. He let out a yelp as your hands shoved him into the cruel hands of gravity. He fell fast and hard like everyone always warned him that he would, shattering into a gooey paste at the bottom. Your heart pulses in your ears accusingly for your crime, but it's an exhilirating emotion. You fear for the consequences and yet feel a sense of strength and satisfaction that you have never felt before. Finally someone gave Humpty Dumpty what was coming for him, and not a person saw. Humpty wouldn't be talking either, from the looks of it, all the kings horses and all the kings men wouldn't be enough to put that egg back together again.
[[I'm leaving]] There's no time to do anything. No sound escapes his petrified lips as he enters gravity's suction. Before your eyes he drops all too fast. Humpty Dumpty's body shattered into a gooey mess on the ground. You feel numb but you know you have to get away from this scene. Nothing good will come of you staying here. The king's horses and the king's men aren't very nice people.
[[I'm leaving]] You have successfully disengaged yourself from the situation. Perhaps this is what you should have done all along.
Written by Hunter Skapura
[[Restart->Start]] You call up your question. He doesn't respond with words. You're sure he heard it though, because he's singing louder now. He's so annoying and frankly, you have better things to do.