Pipe thought he was the most powerful body of water in the sea but Turner thinks he could beat him. Pipe glanced at the bright sky and calm seas, “Disgusting! The veterans keep saying we don’t have a stomach to create a tsunami.”
Turner said, “If you think you can create a tsunami like the boys did in 2004, let’s see if you can bring down that palm on the beach.”
Pipe charged with water rolling over the beach and hit the palm. He turned into a ball of bubble with his might on the bark at the foot of the palm but to no effect. Turner rushed with the following tide in enigmatic force. He crashed right over Pipe. But before the impact, Turner pricked Pipe with a needle and the bubble burst into tears. Instantly, Turner hit the tree, smashing jaw, and split into droplets receding back to water. The palm stayed still.
Pipe was beaten, “One day I’m going to bring down that house on the beach.”
“Why so?” asked Turner.
“That’s because little boy pees into the water.”
One day little boy ran down the shoreline. Pipe followed, sweeping on the water’s edge, just inches above sand, in tiny foam of bubbles. It was a day of still water. Pipe called, “When are you going to stop throwing pee into the water out of habit?” He popped a bubble-face out of water with his hands on the beach. Just then, little boy sprayed to his face. “Eek!” cried Pipe, “Bad boy!”
Quicksilver cut over Pipe and Tuner, “splash, splash, splash,” water hitting the bottom of the jet-ski. He beached on the shore and climbed without his toe in water. They cried, “He can’t get away with it.”
Pipe crawled up on the beach in an immense bubble of water. He stood like a blue bear behind Quicksilver, his weight forcing to draw back. Pipe dropped suddenly on Quicksilver wetting him through. Quicksilver threw a stick that squirm on the water surface splitting molecules.
Pipe said, “I know what he loves in water he’s so addicted that he can’t resist. Let’s show him, Turner.” They dived deep and turned up with a wall of water that created a huge wave.
Quicksilver saw a perfect wave stretched on the reef. He ran into the waters, pedalling on his surfboard to reach the rise. Little molecules slapped round him making wet but that brought no harm.
Quicksilver got hold of the wave, climbed the surf that carried him like a missile. Pipe and Turner held tight as the last souls in the bottom of the sea holding a body of water packed of molecules in stampede. It so did, the huge wave collapsed bringing down the wall on top of Pipe and Turner. Quicksilver surfed to the beach.
Pipe turned to Turner, decidedly to take lessons from Karl, the veteran of the Asian Tsunami who said once, “A tsunami is caused from landslide.”