Favourite genre of music: Everithing
Favourite cartoon character: Erza Scarlet
Strange Happenings - Part 1Suzy, with her short brown hair, walks with her friend Thomas. Thomas jumps ahead past a log, entering the woods near their school.
"You know, i'm just waiting for you to trip and fall" Suzy mocks. Thomas replies with a mocking laugh, followed by replying with:
"Well I see you care about my well-bein-" the end of Thomas' sentence is cut off as he trips over a branch, followed by landing face first in a dirty pile of leaves with an impressive POMPF noise occuring. Suzy bursts into laughter at this fact as leaves rain down like confetti. "Hahaha! I knew that would happen!" Suzy manages to speak out through her heavy laughter. Thomas lifts his head from the dirt and leaves. His face covered completely in dirt, blending in to his short spiky black hair.
"You think it's funny, why don't you try it?" Thomas answers. He continues to chase Suzy through the woods with Suzy screaming "No! This is my only good pink jumper!" It was a gleaming Saturday. Sun beams pierced through the leaves of the r
The Hay Bale CrisisKate looked on to the bridge she always crossed to get to school. Her long blonde hair, drenched in the rain. It was not a good day to only be wearing a white shirt and black skirt. She makes her way down the steep hill with a dash towards the bridge to hurry to school. She was already late and none of the students were around. The stone bridge arched over a river that led into the whispering woods, as it was referred to by her friends. She dashed through puddles that drenched her laced matt black shoes. As she did so, a giant truck carrying many hay bales was driving down the hill towards the bridge. The truck as driving too fast, maybe too fast. Kate runs onto the bridge as she knew she was in big trouble if she was any later. Kate ran a fast as she could, so fast she could break the sound barrier. Kate slips on a puddle on the sidewalk and falls flat on her face. The truck carrying the hay bales makes a sharp turn, although this turn was way too sharp, especially considering t
The 'Crush' BookJax fiddles with his thumbs, lightly tapping them impatiently. He rustles through his black trouser pockets. He had finished all the work that had been put out for his Biology lesson. The clock ticks at the speed of a sloth, edging ever so closer to the most important time of the day... RIIIING! Jax rockets out of his chair and darts towards the door, his black blazer acting as a cape as the wind makes way for him. He runs like the flash out the door. Jax eagerly runs towards his locker. Number 909, how could he ever forget? He firmly grasps the PE kit that was locked inside and closes the locker. He readies his sonic speed again, but before he could, another biology class had just exited, flooding the hallway with students. He notices a little pink flower in one of the head of the students, before he knew exactly who it was, the pink flowered girl jumps almost on top of Jax.
"Jesus, Sophia. If you came at me at any more force you would have crushed me!" Jax exclaims.
"Sorry, let's wal
The Elevator Accident (Request)Emma and Annie look up at a building infront of them which reached into the heavens.
"So...the largest building in the world, huh?" Seems unnecessary." Em states.
"Who CARES! Let's ride to the top! I hear there's a really great view at the top!" An shouts, before dashing towards the building entrance. Em signs, loosening her shoulders. She continues to follow An into the building. An shoves the door open and her mouth gapes open. "Wooaaah" she exlaims. The entrance had a large red rug that led to the reception, beside that were two elevators. The roof had chandeliers dangling peacefully on the roof, which was incredibly high up. The room was filled with many people in suits, heading into other rooms and checking n the reception. Em walks casually into the building, before scanning her eyes around the room. "Sure is a large room" she pointed out. "Duh!" An replied. "It's the biggest building in the world!"
"That doesn't mean the" Em cuts off her own sentence. An had already started runn