Glumdalclitch's TravelsbySoviet Hybrid2 long years after Gulliver had disappeared from her life,Glumdalclitch, now aged 18, found it hard to live her life withouthim. Many restless nights as she tossed and turned in bed, wonderingif Gulliver had made it home or if he was in trouble. She thoughtabout going to search for Gulliver and to bring him home but herparents thought otherwise.
CHAPTER IA new year had begun at the crack of midnight and the land ofBrobdingnag rejoiced in celebration and festivities.
â€œYou are always sad Glumdalclitch. Can't you once be happy for amoment and stop thinking of that thing?â€ asked Glumdalclitch's fatherâ€œGulliver isn't a thing, he is a great man and he is my best friend,â€replied Glumdalclitch with an angry look towards her father,â€œGulliver and I were going to go back to his home where we would havegreat times together.â€Glumdalclitch's father got up and walked to the door and looked backwith a depressed sigh, â€œYour mother and I want you to cheer up, atleast come down for a small bite t eat won't you?â€Glumdalclitch looked out the window and her father sighed again andclosed the door when the door was opened again moments later byGlumdalclitch's friend Belinda.
â€œGlummy are still wrapped up with Gulliver even on a festive eveningsuch as tonight?â€ asked a concerned Belinda, â€œWe miss the oldGlumdalclitch who used to have a smile and who used frolic with herfriends in the long grass and help with the berry pickers during thesummer.â€â€œI'll smile when I see Gulliver again either him being here with meor me with him where he lives,â€ replied Glumdalclitchâ€œLet's say you do find Gulliver at his home can you imagine how bigyou will be compared to the rest of his land?â€ asked Belinda, â€œ Thetallest of trees would only graze your waist and the tallest ofpalaces would only tower a few inches above you, you would become afemale mountain.â€â€œI don't care, spending time with Gulliver had made me realise thatsize isn't important it's the person inside that counts after all,â€replied Glumdalclitchâ€œIt may not matter to you or Gulliver but what about the otherGulliver's and the people from Gulliver's home? Most of them wouldcome up to your ankle and you would be like eighty or ninety foot andyou wouldn't probably see them. They would be like rats or ants downat your feet making you feel even more alone than you are now becausethere are no other people your size,â€ explained Belindaâ€œHow do you think Gulliver felt when he was here, he had no one hissize yet he coped and managed to deal with it,â€ Glumdalclitch saidâ€œYeah but if Gulliver got bored or angry he couldn't crush a villageif he got mad or stepped on people if they annoyed him, just thinkabout it and just think about what you are missing here, at home,with people your own size,â€ explained Belinda as she walked towardsthe door, â€œIf you change your mind I will be at the boat house if youwant to catch up what you have missed.â€The early hours fell across the city and silence could only be heard.
Glumdalclitch was again tossing and turning in bed then suddenlyawoke. She got dressed and ran silently into the main room. Sheopened a tin and took some of her father's money, she then grabbed abackpack and put some food in she was saving for the winter months.
Her bag was packed and she put her cloak over herself and crept outthe door. She walked hastily to the docks where she stole a smallsail boat and set sail towards the night horizon hoping she wouldsomeday soon meet Gulliver again.
Morning had broken and the golden sunrise had woken Glumdalclitch upfrom her quiet sleep. The water was as calm as it was the night sheleft a few hours before. There were no signs of storms and no signsof cloud yet a cool breeze managed to blow the ship through the waterwith speed.
She had only been travelling for a few hours but she could see asmall white haze in at the top of the horizon. She thought to herselfthat it could be a coastline, she thought to herself that she may offound Gulliver's world. Much to her disappointment she had only founda huge thick fog covering the huge expanse of the ocean.
Glumdalclitch didn't want to turn back so she headed onwards in tothe fog feeling that fog would only last a few hours. Those few hoursturned to an entire day and Glumdalclitch found it hard to stayawake. She eventually fell asleep to much of her struggling to keepawake.
She awoke the next morning to find that most of the fog had dispersedand most of the ocean's horizon was visible once again. She lookedfor hours on end looking for land where she may get more food andclean drinking water. Then out of the corner of her eye she saw acoast.
This wasn't another cloud of fog this was a real coastline. Whitecliffs then seemed to fill her field of view as she set a course tohead for the coast. After some nifty sailing through some shallowrocks she managed to reach the coastline. The boat came up on thebeach, just near enough for Glumdalclitch to walk back to the boat.
Glumdalclitch gathered her bag and left her cloak on the boat sincethere was a high sun with a blistering heat. She jumped off the boatin to the warm shallow water. Glumdalclitch was still wearing whatshe left in. She lifter up her long and bulky pink dress so that itwas not soaked by the time she got to the beach. Her silver buckledshoes where soaked as the walked through the shallow water that cameup to her white stocking ankles. She got the beach after a fewminutes in the shallow.
She started to walk closer to the cliff fearing she may have to climbsome distance in order to get to the top. It then came to herattention that shouldn't have to climb far, in fact she wouldn't haveto climb at all.
â€œWhat an interesting illusion, the cliffs seemed far bigger when atsea but up close they are less than a foot high,â€ Glumdalclitch saidwith a smile as she started to giggle at the small cliff side.
Glumdalclitch lifter up her foot and stepped up the small cliff sidewith ease. She let down her dress and started to walk forwards.
â€œThis grass is interesting as well, the grass seems to be in severalcolours and a chequered patter much like a chess table.â€Glumdalclitch was fascinated on the amount of detail put in to thefield she was walking through.
Glumdalclitch then stopped and looked down. There was a small yellowbox that only just caught her attention. It was no bigger than herlittle finger nail. She stepped back and got down on her knees totake a close look. Even though she was kneeling she still couldn'ttell what it was she was looking at so she shuffled back on her kneesand laid on her front to take an even close look.
Her face was right in front of the small yellow box, she squinted hereyes to get focused on the box. She finally got focused and realisedwhat it was with an astonished look.
â€œThis can't beâ€¦â€¦.this is impossibleâ€¦â€¦â€¦thisâ€¦â€¦thisâ€¦â€¦â€¦I'mâ€¦â€¦.â€Glumdalclitch was speechless at what she had found, â€œ It's a tinyfarm houseâ€¦...oh myâ€¦â€¦.this can't be Gulliver's home because this isfar too small. Oh my, a people smaller than Gulliver himself,Gulliver being the smallest man have ever known is now a giantcompared to this house and Iâ€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦I must be the size of an islandâ€As she was talking to herself her thundering voice had and gale forcewind breath blew down the house. Glumdalclitch noticed the housebeing blown away so she reached out with her hand to try and catchthe house but she ended up crushing the tiny house under her giganticfingers.
Glumdalclitch stood up and looked around, she saw what appeared toher as green moss but was in miles up on miles of forests and trees.
She looked around again and saw a grey and white field a couple ofyards passed the moss. She then looked at herself.
â€œI don't feel any different. I haven't grown at all to my knowledge.
I feel the same I was when I left the port of Brobdingnag. Maybe Ishould go than trying to contact the tiny people of the land in caseof any accidentsâ€¦â€¦â€¦â€¦or maybe not!â€Glumdalclitch unzipped herself and slipped out of her bulky pinkdress and down to her white silk undergarment, white panties, whitestocking and silver shoes.
â€œIf I'm going to say hello before I go wouldn't want to destroyanything with the bottom of my skirt dragging behind me,â€ thoughtGlumdalclitch as she undressed.
Glumdalclitch started walking towards the grey and white fieldthrough the green moss. She knew by now that everything here wasmicroscopic and the green moss was a grand forest. Glumdalclitchgiggled as she could feel the tips of some of the taller trees brushagainst her ankle and she walked through the forest making hugefootprints the size of lakes taking out tress by the hundreds.
She reached the city walls which were over a hundred feet high forthe tiny people but for Glumdalclitch it barely reached passed thebottom of her buckle on her shoe. She looked and a smiled.
â€œNow I know what Belinda said, but in this case I am beyond the sizescompared that of Gulliver. This city is like an ant colony, lots oftiny, microscopic ants living their lives day to day hoping that onceday they don't get squashed. Wait a minute this must be the placeGulliver told me about, where he himself was the size of me back inBrobdingnag and the size of him were the size of the little people.
Oh my I must be miles high, miles too tall for the emperorofâ€¦â€¦â€¦.erâ€¦â€¦.what was that placeâ€¦â€¦.oh Lilliput!â€ said Glumdalclitch toherself and anyone else that heard, â€œhe also told me that they triedto hurt him because he made water in the royal grounds trying to savethe empress's life. Ungrateful little ants, well their tiny stick andstones can't brake my bones, neither can anything else in this worldâ€As Glumdalclitch was talking to herself she heard what appeared to begunpowder echo's coming from somewhere. She looked down and saw tinylight spots coming from the ground. She knelt down on her feet totake a close look and saw thousands of Lilliputans shooting at hergargantuan foot.
Glumdalclitch laughed as she felt nothing and knew that this was thebest they could do to her. She stood up to her full height andthought of what she should do. She knew that she could just step onthem and that would be that on the other hand she sould play alongand pretend that she has taken a hit, after all they wanted her shot!Glumdalclitch playfully raised her arm to her forehead and shouted,â€œOW! YOU GOT ME! I FEEL LIKE I AM DIEING.â€ The soldiers rejoiceduntil they realised that she started to fall forwards. They ran asfast as they could but the gargantuan Glumdalclitch was too big torun from. Her fifty mile high body was falling in some what slowmotion as the Lilliputans could only watch as parts of her bodyshadowed the surrounding parts of the city.
Her feet stretched out and crushed the hundred foot wall, her legsand knees impacted in to the houses and streets, her upper torsoflattening a huge chuck of the city and several monuments, her armscame down first and then her head on top of her hands as theyimpacted feet away from the Lilliput Palace.
Smoke had risen and fires started, hundreds if not thousands deadunder her fifty mile high long body. She raised her head and saw whatappeared to be the palace since it was the tallest building around.
Glumdalclitch playfully smiled at the occupants in the palace eventhough her eyes couldn't see anyone. She sat up and curled her legsand demolishing any house and building that survived the initialimpact and shockwaves that followed. She opened her mouth wide, aswide as she humanly could and lowered it over the entire palace.
Her teeth grinded into the concrete ground and she started to closeher mouth slowly. No one in the palace stood a chance. She thencompletely close her mouth with the entire palace inside which wasstarting to dissolve in her saliva. The surviving Lilliputans watchedhelplessly as the gargantuan girl started to chew the palace.
â€œInteresting this building taste a bit like chalk and a bit likebread,â€ Glumdalclitch thought to herself as she chewed the palace.
She then spat the palace out as she couldn't stand the taste anylonger,â€ Urgh that tasted bad!â€Glumdalclitch stood up and surveyed the damage she created. A hugebody shaped crater had formed where she had fallen. Glumdalclitchlaughed and knew that this is what she had to do, these people triedto hurt her Gulliver and there was nothing that should stop her fromgetting back at them.
Glumdalclitch began to think of new ways in when she could quench herthirst for revenge until her stomach made her decision for her. Allthat salty and stale water had built up and she needed to relieveherself. She looked around for a place where she couldn't be seenuntil it stuck her of the perfect revenge.
Glumdalclitch lifter her leg up and pulled one side of her pantiesdown, and the same with the other leg making deeper depressions inthe ground as she stepped back and forth. Her panties her now off,her womanhood was exposed to an entire nation.
Glumdalclitch walked to a part of the city she hadn't crushed andstepped as far and as carefully as she could into the middle. Shecrouched waited for a few seconds, she could feel it coming out,through her organs, she spread her legs out wide and then she let itrip.
The piss demolished buildings up on impact and any building in thesplash area. The piss then streamed down streets not flooding thetiny buildings but not demolishing them. Glumdalclitch stoppedpissing after about 30 seconds and stood up quickly and stepped backa few feet so that her shoes didn't get wet from the piss.
She looked down as looked at yet more damage and but it wasn'tenough, it couldn't of been enough, Glumdalclitch was sure thatGulliver would of wanted her to wipe out their entire civilisationfor what they were going to do to him.
She was so sure she walked a few feet to the tallest mountain inLilliput and kicked it with her foot. With that almighty kick totallydemolished the mountain sending thousand of tons of rock and dirtover the city of Lilliput. Yet it wasn't enough to quenchGlumdalclitch's revenge. 70% of the nation of Lilliput was wiped outin less than hour after continuous crushing and trampling over allthe cities and villages in Lilliput.
Glumdalclitch became tired and very bored after crushing millions.
Her feet were worn out and she decided to get back to the boat andset sail for Gulliver's home land once again. To finish the job shedanced carelessly and playfully on the last remaining city ofLilliput and then she ran slowly back to the boat.
Every thunderous step she took filled her with happiness and almostsexual excitement as she now knew that she dominated the Lilliputansand anyone on the island. She picked up her panties from the capitaland picked up her dress from the countryside fields, and continued tothe cliff where her thunderous running caused the cliff to landslideas soon as she stepped on it.
Glumdalclitch finally got back on to the ship and casted off to findGulliver's home and Gulliver himself.
CHAPTER IIDays went passed since Glumdalclitch left Lilliput as she travelledthrough the vast ocean and the infinite horizon. Glumdalclitch wasfairly low on food and even learned how to catch and cook fish fromthe sea but after several days of stale bread and fish her mealsbegan to taste stale altogether.
It was near the end of another warm bright day when ships weresighted in the distance, some distance from the Glumdalclitch's ship.
Glumdalclitch stood up and walked to the front of the ship to get abetter look.
She counted ten ships in all and possibly a few smaller ships aswell. As the ships got closer she noticed smoke bellowing from mostof the ships as they headed straight for her. Glumdalclitch got backto the wheel of the ship and kept on course even though she knew thatthe ships may not see her.
Glumdalclitch wondered if this was the fleet of Lilliput and if theyhad set sail to revenge their losses. Thoughts and fears ran throughGlumdalclitch's mind as the ships drew nearer and her heart waspounding faster and faster until they were in blind sight on eachother.
Glumdalclitch's fears were much worse, these were full sized ships,warships to be correct and they had looked like they had taken quit abeating. Glumdalclitch stayed on course as more thoughts and fearsran through her mind; wondering if these may have been pirates and ifshe got taken prisoner.
The ten ships sailed right passed Glumdalclitch's ship with absolutesilence and no signs of life on either of the ten ships passing herby. She then looked around to see the ships hadn't changed course,they didn't, they kept heading straight forward. She turned backaround to see something of the almost impossible.
A floating island about two hundred feet above her and moving closerby the second. Glumdalclitch stood still in awe as she saw the entireisland move over her ship.
â€œHello down there, do you need assistance?â€ asked a voice from way uphighGlumdalclitch replied shouting at the top of her voice, â€œI could dowith some food and clean water, and maybe some directions.â€â€œGotcha we will send down our rope and you will be pulled up, youwill have to leave your ship,â€ the voice repliedGlumdalclitch looked at up then back down and got her bag and thensaw the rope being lowered. She grabbed on tight and was pulled up ina great amount of speed, too quick to even loose her grip.
Glumdalclitch was pulled up into a hanger similar to a sea port. Shewas helped up by an Indian looking woman wearing a purple and reddress that dropped to her bare feet.
â€œWelcome to Laputa. I am Sosonkrattez; the leader of the above andbelow on land and air,â€ said Sosonkrattez with a warm welcome toGlumdalclitch as she was helped up through the hole.
â€œThank you Sosonkrattez. My name is Glumdalclitch, I am currentlysearching for a place and my friend named Gulliver lives at thisplace, has he passed this way?â€ asked Glum as she stood up and thenlooking down on Sosonkrattezâ€œGlum I have seen one they call Gulliver and heard of people speakhis name alas he left here almost two long years ago and we have noword from him since he went to England. Please stay and enjoy thedance and the theatrical performances taking place every minute ofthe day very day until the sun goes does and rises again,â€ repliedSosonkrattezâ€œThankyou Sosonkrattez I think I may explore your wonderful islandbefore I leave. Oh by the way where you I acquire food and water?â€asked Glumâ€œUp the stairs through the streets and into a vast granary withinfinite food for all and magic magicians as you see them performmagic like your eyes won't believe,â€ replied Sosonkrattez as shewalked offSosonkrattez walked deeper into the hanger until she couldn't be seenany more. Glum looked around and at herself.
â€œThis is strange the physics of size change and the size of otherpeople, it seems that I am one the biggest of all people in theselands far from Brobdingnag. It is curious that I should be the onlyone to be looking down and not up everywhere I go. I have almostforgotten how tall I was last home since leaving, I have been becomemiles high and now I am about eight foot high. What's next? Is theworld going to fit on my finger? Am I going to be able to move myfoot and crush an entire country?â€ Glum thought to herself as sheapproached the stairs leading up to the streetShe walked up the stairs and found a golden sunset resting nicelyover the island giving a golden haze that was pleasing to her eyes.
She walked towards the granary, walking passed houses only a few feettaller than she was. Finally she reached the granary which wasimmense in size yet only had a door a fraction of the building'ssize.
Glum saw people entering the granary with nothing and leaving witharms full of food and bottles. Glum bent down and squeezed throughthe door not trying to bang her head against the top of the doorframe. She then entered a corridor the height as the door frame inwhich she still had to bend over to walk through it. Finally she hadreached what she was looking for and found food piles up on foodpiles and no sign of law enforcement or people giving order to thechaos around Glum. People coming and going, grabbing what theywished, then running out with their bags full. No matter how manypeople grabbed all the food they could, the piles of food neverseemed to go down.
She used her large hands to grab a huge handful of food and sheplaced the food in her bag, she grabbed more and more until her bagcouldn't fit anything else. She noticed the water was neatly placedon shelves and new bottles kept coming out as soon as the ones infront were taken. Glum walked over and grabbed a couple of bottlesand headed back to the hanger.
Glum asked one of the workers if they could lower her to her boat andthey were reluctant at first but they were eventually persuaded. Glumgot back to the boat and caste off once more heading for England. Sheopened her bag and was shocked at what she saw, all of her food wasgone, there was nothing there just the emptiness of her bag.
Glum couldn't believe her eyes at what she saw, her huge handsgrabbed huge handfuls yet the handfuls of food were not there. Glumsoon realised why the food hadn't gone down and remembered of whatSosonkrattez said about the Magicians. She fell to her knees andbegan to cry, she cried for the rest of the day, tears streaking downher she steered the ship as her hunger grew until it began to hurt.
Through her tear stricken eyes she saw land. She wiped away her tearsto make sure she wasn't dreaming but she wasn't. After a few minutessailing she reached the grey cliff side. Glum lifted up her pinkskirt and ran through the shallows of the water. She got to the beachand the cliff was well away from where she was standing, so shewalked to the cliff hoping she could find some food before shestarved to death. She was so hungry she laughed about saying shecould eat a horse at that moment, she was that hungry.
She reached the cliff only to her surprise that it was several feettaller than her. Glum sighed and wondered if she would ever see apeople the same size she was. She slowly climbed the medium sizedcliff side with some difficulty from her dress. Glum reached the topto find several horses in a field then they all looked round at Glumas she stood up. The horses only came up to Glum's ankle but Glum wasalmost going to eat her own words of what she said moments earlier.
One of the horses galloped up to her and sniffed around the bottomtrims of her pink skirt and then looked up. Glum got down on allfours not trying to crush the small horse. She then heard a voice butshe didn't know where it was coming from.
â€œHouyhnhnm,â€ shouted a voiceâ€œWho said that?â€ asked Glumâ€œâ€œHouyhnhnm,â€All Glum could see was trees, fields, andâ€¦â€¦..
â€œDidâ€¦â€¦did you say that horse?â€ asked a very puzzled Glum but wasrudely interrupted by her stomach growling pain, in hunger. Therumbles of Glum's stomach scared off the horse. Glum was in pain andreally needed to eat something before she starved to death.
She stood up and looked around, trees, fields, and lots of horses.
Horsesâ€¦â€¦â€¦.Glum was going to feel bad of what she was about to do inorder to stay alive. The horses were fast as she saw a herd of themgalloping around a field. Glum unzipped herself and slipper out ofher bulky pink dress and down to her white silk undergarment, whitepanties, white stocking and silver shoes. She draped her dress overthe grey cliff and headed towards the horses.
As quick as the horse are they were not expecting to be picked up bya colossal hand. Glum managed to grab one of the horses as the restscurried away as fast as they could, she raised the petrified horseto her mouth. She was hesitant at first until another sharp hungerpain hit her. There was nothing left to do than eat the horse.
To save it squirming around in her mouth kicking and screaming Glumbroke the horses neck and then opened her mouth and dropped the tinyhorse in. She chewed and chewed until she was able to swallow thehorse.
â€œTHE HORSE TASTES LIKE CHICKEN,â€ said Glum as her voiced boomed overthe green valley, â€œI'm still hungry though, I need more horsesâ€Glum saw many of the horses enter the forest, so Glum headed into theforest to get more horses to eat. The trees came up to her waist andall she could hear was the sound of crushing under her shoes andfeet, the sound of trees being knocked down as she walked over them,the sound of branches snapping as she brushed passed them.
She walked, what seemed like hours, until she got to a huge cavernwhere twenty of the fleeing horses were trapped between the rocks andGlum. Glum looked down, her eyes widened and a huge grin filled herface. She crouched down to get a better look at the horses and toblock their only way out.
Both of her hands expanded ready to grab as many of the horses as shecould before they tried to escape passed her. Glum made her move andgrabbed four horses each hand yet the other seven horses didn't movea muscle and didn't even try to escape.
Glum looked at them still with a grin. She then paid attention to thesquirming horses in her hands as she felt her hunger increasing, â€œI'mreally sorry but I must eat something. If I don't I won't findGulliver and I won't be happy. You understand don't you?â€There was no answer from the horses but Glum ate each one at a timeanyway. The horses could only watch as their friends were being eatenby a gargantuan beast. Every horse she ate gave her a feeling ofhappiness. The happiness grew into pleasure, the pleasure then grewinto sexual excitement. Glum felt warm and light headed as she ateall the horses in her hands one by one.
She became warm around her pussy and she felt like nothing she hadfelt before from eating an animal for food. Glum wanted to make thefeeling last as long as she could so she picked up the remaininghorses in her hands, she stood up and took off her panties and walkedto the cavern wall and sat down with her back pressing against it.
She circled her legs making a huge fence so that the horses couldn'tescape as she put them down. She started eating the horse once by oneonce again and her sexual pleasure grew to beyond of what she thoughtshe could do.
Glum noticed in the corner of her eye what appeared to be a smallfemale. Glum reached over and managed to pick up the small female andshe placed her in the area within her leg sized fence.
Glum was down to the last horse and could feel her juices ready toexplode out of her, she picked up the final horse and smiled so bigand then placed the squirming and kicking horse into her mouth. Shecould feel the horse kicking her teeth but it wasn't any use. Thehorse was then eaten which then triggered Glum's juices to explodeout of her, Glum could only moan and scream in sheer pleasure as thejuices came gushing out of her.
The tiny women in the area of the leg fence got a full on wave ofGlum's juices without time to react. A few seconds passed and Glum'sjuices had stopped and Glum could only sit back in silence and smileat what she had just done. A few minutes passed and Glum wanted toeat more horses again experience the pleasure she just got fromeating them.
She stood up to her full height. Glum looked down at her juices andsaw a tiny figure rolling around in her juices. She picked up thetiny women who managed to survive and looked at her, wiped her clean,and then placed the tiny women in her cleavage. Glum walked throughthe forest looking for more horses and wondering what she should doto the tiny women she had in her cleavage.