I know I'm performing an arcane bit of necromancy here, with bringing this topic back from the long-dead, but people suggested I write more.
Of course, they suggested it a year ago, but that's beside the point.
I actually haven't written more since it was suggested, but there was this leftover bit hanging around in the text file.
The next bit, hopefully, won't come a year later, though I'm not entirely sure where to go next. We'll see how it turns out.
He disposed of the floating midget immediately, and tried again, this time placing the midget on one of His many juggling balls. The midget didn't asphyxiate.
This was a good thing.
In his glee, the Flying Spaghetti Monster created a fluffy green object on top of the midget. The midget died. Frustrated, He created a third midget, and placed it next to the green thing, which He decided He would call "tree".
But now He was stumped. What else could He create? Bored once more, He plucked at the meatball.
It rose in a peak.
Intrigued, He extended His Noodly Appendages around the entire ball, plucking at segments here and there, and creating many peaks. He knew automatically what their name wasâ€“ "mountains".
Suddenly, in a fit of Inspiration, with His Appendages whirling faster than ever before, He created. He created jellyfish in His image, and Rubik's Cubes not. He made keyboards and He made plants, He made scissors and animals and coasters. In His divine inspiration, He created everything in the world, and let it run its way for a little bit.
And then He got a devious idea.
To give His people something to do, and to enlighten only those with a sense of humor, He touched the ground. From the tip of His Noodle sprouted the remains of creatures, aged to appear much older than His world was. In His omniscience, He created many bestial remains, some designed to look as if they were in some way related to others. He fabricated an entire logical-seeming system, and left it right where His people would find it, to mess with the scientists.
Then, after creating the universe, the world, and everything, He took a much-deserved nap.