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13 Confessed Essay

875 words - 4 pages

As i get ready for the *Solar Burn* the most famous sport in the universe. I heard a girl from Saturn whispering about me she was wondering why a *Demonished* girl playing an alien sport .Wait a minute since you are wondering what these words mean I will start from the beginning………..

‘‘Mom, where are the paper cup” I yelled. ‘‘There are in the basement .mother screamed from the top of her lunges. As I was walking down the basement stairs, I noticed an envelope with weird symbols. Heard what I thought was footsteps I ran when I got to the end of the stairs I heard ‘‘Surprise happy birthday “Rosa” joyfully yelled my friend & family.

I hid the envelope behind my back and smiled widely .As ...view middle of the document...

I went straight bed. As I woke up I barf when I saw my breakfast I think it was moving eww I whispered she giggled and whispered a better way of eating it. she filed school with her flying car It was so cool I even ask her for one and of course the answer was no .but I didn’t really care because how happy was for school.bye and she kiss me on the cheek and said
Mom: I love you and I hope you have the best first day at alien school

So did I crossed my fingers and wished myself luck and of course there is always someone that is mean and everyone worshiped and there group name was the three eyes and there leaders name was Tiffney three eye and her sidekicks names were suri and zuri the name is the tree eye because they all have three eyes also the letter “I” in their name. There this girl was who was nice the whole day showed me to class and we became bff I know first day but her and her best friend since kindergarten his name is zircon we all became friends plus we all like soccer there’s this game called...

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