Critique of Zolkabro's My Life as an Earthling

The first thing I noticed, and this is just kind of a thing for me, is that the narrator's writing skips from using contractions to not and back again. If he really isn't all that familiar with our language(s) I don't think he'd be mixing contractions, he'd probably wouldn't use them at all.

Overall, I laughed a bit. I think that there's a potential for a bit of fish-out-of-water satire here: poking fun at the strange things we do because, to an outsider, they really would be strange (the bar).

I think that you could also expand on what's actually in his handbook. I couldn't help but wonder what's in a book titled "Horrible Humans and How They Live." Especially when it seems like everything in it is actually accurate.