I walk into the back, but not before I notice a book on the floor.
"Hello, where did you come from?" I ask, as I walk into the back. It's a cookbook! And a cookbook for making a cake for a king and an emporer! Just what I needed! Activating the dough machines, frosting blasters, and batter mashers, I quickly skim through the book for about an hour.
"But wait!" I frantically tell myself.
I rush towards the Storage Room, and pull out an old chest. Blowing away the dust, I unlock the chest with the secret code. And that code is... psych! I open up the chest, and some Cosmomoths fly out. Inside of the chest are an ancient Terran music-playing device known as a "boombox", and various primitve storage devices known as "cassette tapes". I found these when I traveled to Terra's Armstrong Moon Base in the Milky Way Galaxy. Oh, and I also assassinated a traitorous United Galaxies official who defected to the Shadow Agreement. But that was a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...*
I pull out the boombox, and pick out a cassette tape labelled as "Beloved Musical Jams". Walking over to the cooking counter, I notice that the room is very quiet. The only sound here are my boots walking over the stone floors in this massive cooking chamber. I'll make sure to change that soon enough.
Placing the boombox on the counter, I press a button on it, opening up a little slot on the front. Inserting the cassette tape, I close the slot.
"This is gonna get messy," I tell myself, as I place on my cooking goggles.
I press a button labelled as "Shuffle", and I soon get to work. A song started to play from it, a very old song from decades ago. I don't remember the name of it, but it has something to do with running away from a girl that he likes, and that girl gets abducted. Probably by those darn Greys. They always abduct everyone, thinking that they're the "archaelologists of space." They should really get a life, instead of kidnapping other alien species. And the poor lad cant even get along with his own feelings, and now he never can. Sort of reminds me of my time at the Space Academy. But that's a story for anther day.
The song is pretty catchy, though.