Katamari: Bye Bye, Stars
I still remember the faithful day Dad went on a drunken rampage and destroyed the stars. Just an hour earlier he had been buzzed on several pints of Intergalactic Space Gin. Dad's always been a bit of a drinker. When I was 5 years old, he had completely ruined my birthday party. Him and several stars decided it would be funny idea to bomb my party. Literally. Bomb. It. Ignoring the fact that every one of my friends had been incinerated to a pile of dust, I forgave him. Then, 5 years later, Dad got bored and demolished the Andromeda Galaxy. Earthlings could be heard gasping in astonishment, fear, and fascination over the sudden disappearance. I shrugged that one off as well.
He's never done something this large scale, though. Each and every star in the sky disappeared, one by one, before my eyes. The normally lifeless Space was bursting with shades of red, green, blue, and yellow. Boom. Ker-Plow. Schplooong. The Universe wa