Who cares if the title is long? It wouldn’t be if Coincidence Shade had a shorter name.
One day, shortly before he ran for a long time, Coincidence Shade was emptying the trash down a metal chute when a Radda came sneaking up behind him and kicked him in the butt, sending him tumbling down the garbage chute. The ride was not pleasant.
Meanwhile, the three friends of Coincidence Shade were taking a new underground hovership, the Solo, for a test drive. Their names were John Social, Lucas, and Leah. (Yes, this is the part of the dream that went Star Wars. They looked a lot like Luke, Leia, and Han Solo.) The Solo had some major technical malfunctions: the control joystick had broken off, and the Solo was heading for the self-renewing garbage conveyor belt. In a sudden fit of fury, John Social slammed his hand down on the sparking hole where the joystick used to be, resulting in a large burn on his hand, which hurt a lot. Lucas thought this was very funny. Leah shouted,”Look! It’s Coinicidence Shade!” All heads turned and… CRUNCH. The Solo hit the conveyor belt and broke a large chunk out of it. Since the conveyor belt was self-renewing, another piece of conveyor belt appeared right through the Solo, forcing the door open and breaking a window. The Solo was right up against the Garbage Chopping Machine and the blade was actually barely stripping the paint off one side. Gargage continued to move along the conveyor belt through the Solo. Everyone aboard had spotted Coicidence Shade and were waiting for him to enter the Solo so the could help him off the conveyor belt, but several Raddas were spotted behind him. They were able to maintain their balance, and were running along the belt towards Coincidence Shade. So the Solo’s crew pulled out their ray guns and shot the Raddas dead. Then they saved Coincidence Shade, who was able to fix the Solo. The end.