An ET man, Gzrobzbe, was out space traveling to kill time while also hoping for some excitement. Sometimes lighthearted drabble is all we want to read.

The Black hole experience of Gzrobzbe the ET

A lighthearted sci-fi composition

Amethystah
Windows on the World
4 min readJun 2, 2024

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In a distant corner of the cosmos, between a spiral galaxy and a rubber-duck-shaped nebula, exists a rather bizarre establishment: The Black Hole Bar and Grill. There, the coffee is strong enough to warp spacetime, body parts, and many other things, and the pastries are renowned for their event horizon sprinkles.

An extraterrestrial. Image credit: Leo_Visions on Unsplash.
An extraterrestrial. Image credit: Leo_Visions on Unsplash.

On an otherwise uneventful day, an ET named Gzrobzbe wandered into the bar. Gzrobzbe had tentacles for arms (no, I said tentacles), eyes on stalks, and an endless craving for action. As he barged through the door, the hanging chimes tinkled, and the barista, a cute but eccentric AI named Hawking 3095, greeted him.

“Welcome to The Black Hole Bar and Grill, where the universe is profound but the coffee is straightforward! What can I get you today?”

Gzrobzbe, less than unintrigued by the menu, asked, “What’s your drink special?”

Hawking 3095 beamed, and at the same time, twirled his holographic moustache around a finger. “The drink…

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