You know Kuri as an at home robot that can help you with trivial things around the house. But what you don't know is that Kuri comes from an undiscovered planet. The planet is called Kuricon in the alternate universe referred to as Janeesi. This universe is not like our own. Oh no! It is much more futuristic than ours. You think having iPhone's and cars with automatic doors is futuristic and fancy? Janeesi is a hundred times more futuristic.
The darkness covered the vast jungles of Peru. The blackness was intensified by the large leaves from the trees blocking out the light from the stars. "Let's set up camp here," Levi suggested as he bent down to check the dryness of the dirt in the clearing.
Eleven year-old Selah Addison stirred fitfully in bed. She could hardly believe the weird events in her life lately were not part of a science fiction story. Giving up on sleep at last, she padded over to a softly lit nook just below her window. She crouched down in front of an odd-looking white robot. It sat enthroned comfortably on its docking station and judging by its lack of lights, it was having no trouble recharging in peace.
It was the third week of the excavation. Dr. Everett Williams was looking down on the digging site, his confident facade kept his workers inspired they would find something, or he prayed it would at least. The crew of diggers were hand-picked by Williams, lots of them being friends and long-time work associates. They had a great relationship with Dr. Williams, and he wanted to keep it that way.
Over the hills and through the terrain to the origin of Kuri we go. It all started long ago and far away, in another dimension, rather, where time and space meet and we have ourselves a three dimensional picnic. Within this locust-free dream there resides a flock of penguins. They were all jolly good until one wretched heap of indescribable goodness popped out of mother pengy faster than you can say #HeyKuri.