The first morale patch on the moon.

by Steven Bartholomew | January 10, 2023 | 0 Comments

(I asked an AI to write me a story about the first morale patch on the moon but told in the voice of Vince Vaughn. Vince Vaughn did not actually plant a morale patch on the moon.)

Alright, alright, here's a little story for ya. So, you know them moon walks? Ya, well, I was an astronaut back in the day and let me tell ya, it's a pretty big deal. But you know what's even more of a big deal? Planting a morale patch on the moon. That's right, you heard me.

So, we're up there on the moon, walking around and collecting samples and whatnot. And I'm thinking to myself, "Vince, you're the man. You're walking on the moon. This is something special." But then I thought, "Wait a minute, it's not just special for me, it's special for all the people back on Earth too. They're all looking up and seeing this big, big thing and thinking, 'Wow, that's pretty cool'."

And that's when I had an idea. I said to my fellow astronaut, "Hey, man, we should plant a morale patch on the moon. You know, to give all the people back home a little something to cheer about." And he's like, "Vince, you're a genius."

So, we found a good spot on the moon and I pulled out this morale patch I had brought with me. It was a little patch with a rocket ship on it and the words "Up, Up and Away!" I dug a little hole in the moon's surface and I planted that patch in it. And let me tell ya, it was one of the proudest moments of my life.

We stood there for a moment, admiring our work. And then my fellow astronaut turns to me and says, "Vince, you know what this means, don't you?" And I said, "What?" And he says, "It means we're the first team to ever put a company logo on the moon."

Now we're laughing, since it was a patch from the company they worked at. We were a true trailblazer in both Space, and Corporate advertising in a way.

But the real kicker came when we got back to Earth. We were being interviewed by all the news stations, and they're asking us, "What was it like to walk on the moon?" And I'm like, "It was out of this world, man. But you know what was even cooler? Planting a morale patch on the moon. That's what I'm talkin' about."

So, you see, there's more to being an astronaut than just walking on the moon. It's about leaving a little piece of yourself behind and giving people back home something to cheer about. And that's the real reason we reached for the stars.

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