I was walking down the street minding my own business, checking out the talent in the window of the local fitness club (it was yoga night) when I started hearing weird noises from the street below me. Normally I tune out all the bells and whistles of the city on a Saturday afternoon, but there was something different about these sounds. A normal person hears sounds with their ears and the brain processes it to make sense of them, but imagine if it was the other way around...the brain making noises that the eardrum interprets and then recreates outwards for the rest of humanity to hear. You know how in the beginning of computing there was just that awful, eye frying green text for monitors but nobody realized how bad that was until color computing hit the scene with like 16 colors? It was magical! I'd invite friends over and mock their ghetto welfare green pixels with my.....wait for it......RED ones! and then I'd change them blue! hahahaha chumps! I AM THE FUTURE! Suck it bit***s!!!....about a month later they all had computers that did 64 colors and I was still stuck with my 16 color poop box, but I digress. Just think about the changes that we went through with colors that were presented to our eyes and now imagine the same thing happening with noise. Like I said, there was something different about these sounds and it put me on alert that this day was about to get much more interesting.
Turns out I was wrong. One of the fatties in the yoga class downward-dogged into the wall radiator and started screaming. But I swear it was noises I'd never heard before, and it scared me, so I decided to get out of the city and go home and try and jump my car into random people on forza horizon 4.