For the first time, the young and unblocked cookie clicker escapes the grasp of the evil mouses that keep clicking him. But he soon finds himself surrounded by the clickers.
I'm done with people clicking me!
DO NOT ENTER
Yet again the cookie clicker escapes and finds a cave.
You QUACK me up!
This looks like a good place to hide.
Something seems FISHY about that cave.
The cookie clicker thinks he is safe, but he gets frozen in ice.
30,000 years later
OMG this is the biggest scientific breakthrough since the solution to climate change
30,000 years later paleontologists from the future are brought to tears over this monumental discovery of the ancient cookie.
Looks like this fossil is in sedimentary rock that was eroded by water.
Science Stuff Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah
Seems like this cookie got a little stale during fossilization. But its hard chocolate chips seem to be untouched. the eroded rock in which it was found leads me to believe that the cookie died in ice and then that ice soon melted into water. This ice allowed the cookie to be protected for a while.
The cookie clicker now travels the world showing off its glory.