Welcome to the 600th day in a row of Daily Writing Practice.
Let's celebrate with four lines of prose about: bumper cars.
In my wanders around the city, every now and again I encounter a car with an oddly placed or sized dent in its exterior. When this happens I'll usually stop and stare, trying to figure out how on earth a dent was made there and by what.
More often than not there's no logical explanation - which simply means an illogical one is required.
For example: "I guess that car got head-butted by an elephant."