The Odd Object

Mum said she had ordered a parcel for me, “you’ll love it!” she said, I wasn’t quite sure though, whenever she wanted to order a present for me, she would let me choose, it was mysterious, very mysterious, until the parcel actually ARRIVED. I was up in my room, when mum called up to me, “your parcel has arrived!” I rushed down the stairs, to find a MASSIVE box, it was nearly larger than ME. Honestly, I was AMAZED… until I opened it, because then I was HORRIFIED… it was a-a p-pile of b-b-bones!! The next thing I knew, I was up in my bed, no bones at all…

To be Continued...

The Treat Traumatise

I was NOT excited about today, the weather report said it would rain! And it did, it had been raining all morning, raining TREATS!! I had my window open and heard a pitter, patter on it, I went to close the piece of glass and looked down, to my surprise I saw the ground COMPLETELY covered in chocolate doughnuts, fondant fancies, cupcakes, cans of coke, Dr. Pepper, 7Up, The LOT! I say! It wasn’t even just SWEET TREATS either, because I’m pretty sure there were some Xboxs and a few Playstations dotted around as well! I cleaned my wellies THOROUGHLY so I didn’t get icing on my legs! and bounded in to the garden… to see a DOG as well! It was a Labrador, I was SOOO happy! I’d always wanted a Dog, and instantly took him inside, cleaned him up and called him Flaps, I guess I didn’t need all those sweet treats after all! I still ate some of them though…!

Moral: never judge something before you have witnessed it!

The Twisted Trebuchet

The Twisted Trebuchet is an example of serenity. You could stand for hours marvelling the statue of tranquillity, a sign of peace and calm. It stands outside the the government blocks, New York, United States. It was a gift from the rulers to the people, a gift of quietude, a gift of silence. They gave it because they wanted a good place, a BETTER place. They dreamt of no more wars, they dreamt of a flood of peace, a flood of good people, where a sudden wall of gentleness hit the city, a much better place it will be, soon.

It’s a Mystery…

Once, in a nature reserve far from you, a couple of youths were walking down a muddy, sloshy path. They were admiring all the wonderful, colourful flowers and the emerald leaves. ” Oh! How nature is so wonderful!” exclaimed the first youth while sketching an allium on his pad, “It’s like magic!!” said the other youth, as he spotted something that hasn’t been spotted before, and then he started bleeding, and I hope you never spot it, because those things are deadly. They are armed with fifty razor sharp spikes that if you LOOK at them you will start getting wounds, and then there is the middle but I can’t bare writing about it…

The End…                                                                                                                                          (or is it?)

“Oh, no…”

That was the first bad sign… PINK DAFFODILS! Yup, you read that right, pink daffodils, it was funny at first but now it’s not, Humf… what kind of  town has pink daff-, oh, great, now the HUGE bridge is being sprinkled with, ARRGGHHH, turquoise chewing gum!! I’d better go and stop them readers, so bare with me for a second! “Hey, what on EARTH are you doing!” “Errrm, sprinkling turquoise chewing gum on the bridge.” “YES, I CAN SEE THAT, BUT WHY!!!!!” I shout “W-e-el-l it’s t-he l-l-lat-e-st f-fa-d, a-nd  so i-s pai-nt-i-ng  d-d-dafodils pink!” Uh, oh… I’d better call this off, see you guys later!