PROMPT: Bart the Bat got sick and tired of hanging upside down. He didn’t like living in a cave. He didn’t like eating flies. Now bunnies, they had all fun. So Bart that Bat decided to become Bart the Bunny. Here is what happened…
Bart was moaning and sobbing as usual in his damp, pitch black cave and everyday his friend Batty would try to cheer him up, but nothing seemed to work. Three hours later passed then Bart decided to be a bunny, but he didn’t know how to become a bunny. Then he remembered a story about a magician that transforms animals. The Bart set out to find him. Batty didn’t want Bart to go alone so he followed Bart. Bart let him follow because he thought he might need help finding the magician. Two days of eating nothing but bugs, they meet a lion named Chuck. Chuck (who wanted to be a zebra) went to look for the magician. Finally after 24 hours or searching they find a giant domed castle covered by gold and guarded by a cobra. As the party approached a small bad appears under a tree. “What is that, ” asked Chuck. “You touch it,” said Bart. As Batty picked the bag up he yelled “silver!” After that the party advanced toward the dome the cobra tells them they need five pieces of silver to visit him, so they counted the pieces of silver and paid him. “Thanks a lot,” said the snake. “You can come in now,” said the snake. “Ok,” replied Bart as they went into the 99 foot castle. 14 hours later, “I’m pooperd,” said Bart. “This guys is nuts,” yelled Chuck. “No, he is not,” replied Bart. “Does anybody have food,” asked Batty. After 20 hours later, they came across a great wooden door. When Bart was about to knock on the door it flung open. “Come in,” said a voice. As the party came in a worm dressed in robes appeared. “Do you want to be transformed,” asked the work. “Yes,but I have a question,” said Bart. “What,” asked the worm. “Would you turn Chuck into a zebra?” “Ok. Here eat this seed,” said the worm. Boom! Bang! Bart was a bunny. “Yaaay,” said Bart. Then he hopped away happiley ever after. “What about me,” asked Chuck. “Oh,” said the worm. “Here eat this one,” said the worm as he pulled out a white seed with black stripes. Then Chuck popped it in his math and poof he was a zebra. “Yippee,” said Chuck as he trotted down the stairs as happy as can be. The end.
My 9-year old brother wrote that. Haha, I was so amused by it. Let me tell you.
Anyways, Hooomecoming’s tomorrow night, guys. I actually really anticipate getting all pretty tomorrow, because my shoes are amazing, my sister’s jewelry that I’m borrowing are stunning, and my dress actually fits me now. I don’t know. I’m just really anxious to doll myself up tomorrow.
AND I’M GOING TO WEAR THE BELT REGARDLESS OF WHAT ANYONE SAYS, OK? OK.
Anyone want to see Elizabethtown with me sometime soon? Let me knows.