Sunday, 25 September 9707

the relaxing summer poem

The grass is so green,
The sky is so blue,
Life is a dream,
And cows go moo

School as ended,
I jump in the pool,
Smile planted strong,
Heart beating on

Monday, 18 May 2015

Hello, It's me again!

Hey look, I can still write on this blog!

If anyone else from room 30 (2014) Is reading this, then comment below! We could keep this as a little 2014 room 30 chat room! :) I could just be talking to myself, but it's worth a try! XD


Monday, 23 March 2015

Sugar Coated

As I fell through the clouds I noticed these weren't no ordinary clouds, these were..
Yummy cotton candy clouds! They were all different colours!
 I fell to the ground with a thud
"Ow" I moaned
"That really hurt" I slowly tried to get up. I opened my eyes first I thought I was just seeing things, because all the buildings looked like they were coated in sugar and all bright colours. And the weirdest thing was that the grass that I had landed on was made out of silky smooth green icing. I saw little things running towards me, first I couldn't make out what they were, finally my eyes focused and I saw that they were rainbow coloured gummy bears.
"Awe you okay?" they asked in a worried tone
" Um I think s-"

I don't think I got to finish my sentence or hear what the gummy bears had to say, Because the next thing I knew I was in a brightly lit up room with sugary coating on top of everything. i heard the door squeak open,I was expecting it to be a gummy bear but instead something else walked in. it was a pegasus
"Hello, outsider." She said in a arrogant voice held up something, I caught a glimpse of something red spraying then everything went black. I never woke up.

Wednesday, 3 December 2014


"All right, bros," coughed the tough man.
The tough man, named Travis Cockle, loved to talk to his friends about every day stuff. He was tall and strong, muscled and fast. He was flexible, a daredevil, and a very humble and sweet person. He is happy all the time and is nice to friends. He loves chatting, and has a profession in boxing. He stood next to a short, chubby man who had a bushy, brunet moustache and auburn hair. His eyes were enchanted blue. Next to him stood a medium-built man who had glasses, a prickly goatee, ivory singlet, denim jeans and held a gun under his armpit, a long brown and ebony sniper, for some reason. They were walking across the street in the direction of their house mere meters away from Broadway. Right now they were going down Holy Trinity Church.
"Have you heard the new gossip? Prince Jordan just got murdered."
And Travis went on and on about gossip.
Prince Jordan 
Prince Jordan's Relatives
Prince Jordan's heir 
Religious Beliefs
World War II
Famous Movies
Old Movies
The Warehouse
Top Hats
We're not finished yet.
Five Nights At Freddy's
Horror Stuff
The Block
Harry Potter
Rainbows End
Roller Coasters
Parallel Universes
Sleeping Bags
Ten Years Later ............
Travis Cockle was walking home one day talking about stuff until his friend couldn't take it any more. He pulled out the sniper and cracked a bullet. Scarlet and Crimson blood began flooding out of his chest. His friends walked off like nothing happened and ten hours later in the middle of the night a car ran over his dead body and heard a gigantic SQUISH!!!!!!!!!!!!! and he was rushed to the hospital. But he was dead. And he was buried. But his friends could still hear his voice inside their heads saying, "So the cow squished out . . .  Oooh! The Pizza at the new pizza shop is amazing? Have you ----" And on and on.

Tuesday, 2 December 2014


All over the world rubbish is increasing slowly. If we don’t do something about the increasing rubbish soon, then the world will just be a barren wasteland filled with rubbish.

Reasons  Rubbish is Increasing
Rubbish is increasing for many reasons. Reasons include more products are being pre-wrapped in plastic or polystyrene boxes, wrappers or bags. Instead of fresh food, a lot of people buy processed food which is regularly in packages. Another reason is the increased population. More people equals more food bought which means more rubbish thrown out. Nowadays things are cheaper so people can upgrade things and throw out the old ones. Thing like technology is always evolving so people just buy the new ones and throw out the old.

Effects from Increasing Rubbish
The increasing rubbish is effecting the world a huge amount. Thing like this can be very harmful to plants, humans and other animals as well.The thing people are sending to the dump now are more toxic and diverse than before. Some dumps in New Zealand are even leaching into waterways that lead to the ocean. In New Zealand in 1995, 95% of waste went to landfills, or dumps. New Zealand, and lots of other countries too, ship a lot of their waste to Asian countries, and every three months, the Victorian economy produces enough rubbish to fill the Melbourne Cricket Stadium from the playing field up to the top of the stands.

There are lots of people can help to stop the increasing rubbish. Using reusable bags at supermarkets, instead of the plastic bags they have there. Recycling things like glass, aluminium and paper. Another good way decrease the amounts of rubbish you’re throwing out is composting. Composting is where you put your scrap food and rubbish into a bin. The scrap food and rubbish decompose slowly, turning into manure. But quality products so that they last longer and put your food into reusable containers instead of plastic wraps. Now, the best way to decrease the amount of rubbish you throw out is… Buy Less Stuff.

Rubbish is slowly increasing so much, that one day humans and other life will not be able to live here because of how much rubbish there is. If people  reuse reduce and recycle then we can stop that from happening. Save the world by reducing
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Electricity is one of the most amazing scientific breakthroughs ever. If electricity had not been invented imagine what the world would be like today.In this day and age we are dependent on electricity for nearly everything. Lighting, heating, cooling, cooking, entertainment, science, research, work and even schoolwork.

Electricity was first discovered by Benjamin Franklin in 1750 when he suggested that lightning was a form of electricity and sought to prove it with an experiment in which an electrical conductor could extract electricity from a thundercloud. Before he could do this a French experimenter named Thomas-Francois Dalibird, who had heard about Benjamin’s predicament conducted a lightning strike with a 12.2 metre metal pole in May 1752. In June that same year Benjamin Franklin flew a kite with a key attached to it up into the sky in the middle of a storm and the key got struck by lightning. Now electricity is used in everyday life, like lightbulbs.

Ways To Generate It
Many people have found many ways to generate electricity. Some variations include solar power, nuclear power, wind power and hydropower which is water generated power). The majority of New Zealands power is made by hydropower. When using hydropower, to make electricity, there is a river and it goes through a pipe and up to the turbine which is attached to a generator. The river flow causes the turbine to spin and sending the hydropower up to the turbine which turns it into electricity therefore generating power. Wind power uses the power of the wind to create electricity. The wind turbines, as opposed to windmills which are more commonly used on farms, spin because of the wind blowing on it. The turbines send the wind power down the pole to a big battery underground, this converts it into electricity. Solar power is harnessing the power of the suns rays. Solar panels take in the rays of the sun and sends them to a charge controller, which sends the power to a battery system, which converts it into DC power and then sends the DC power  to an inverter which changes it to AC electricity

The Lightbulb
One of the main uses of electricity is the lightbulb. The first lightbulb like we have today was made by a scientist named Thomas Edison. Before the lightbulb that we have today, the lightbulb evolved massively over time. The first lightbulb ever invented was created by Joseph W. Swan in 1850 who was working on an incandescent lamp using carbonized paper filaments. Incandescent lamps light p by using electricity to heat up a thin piece of material. In 8179 Swan started installing lightbulbs in homes and soon nearly everyone had a light in their home. After that, the lightbulbs like we have today were created. The first lightbulb like we have today was made by a scientist named Thomas Edison.

Electricity is now one of the most important thing in peoples lives for nearly everything. We would not be where we are today without the invention of

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The History of New Zealand

The History of New Zealand

The history of New Zealand is an amazing one. It being found by the Polynesians, then being taken over by the Europeans and the wars that followed.


New Zealand has one of the shortest human histories than any other country in the world. The first people in New Zealand were from East Polynesia in the thirteenth century, now called the Maori. The meaning of Maori is “normal” or “ordinary”. For food they hunted animals. Seals and the moa were their main targets. In 1642 the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman was the first European to find New Zealand. The country was mapped again later by the British Captain James Cook in 1769. It wasn’t until 1837 that the Europeans came to live in New Zealand. Until this time the Maori had not given themselves a name, but when the Europeans came this was when the name “Maori” was established.

The Treaty of Waitangi and the Maori Wars

The Europeans wanted the Treaty of Waitangi because they wanted have control over New Zealand.  The English version didn’t say the same thing as the Maori translation. The Maoris thought that the Treaty meant that the Europeans could live here, but New Zealand was still owned by them. The English version, however, said that the Europeans now ruled New Zealand and had rights to the land. When the Maori realised that they had lost control of their land, they went to war. This started what is now known as the Maori Wars which started in 1845 and lasted until 1872.



As more and more Europeans came to the country it was decided to make a government of their own in 1852. Initially the government was located in Auckland and moved to Wellington in 1865 where it remains.  In 1893 New Zealand was the first country in the world that allowed women to vote and in 1919 women were even allowed to run for parliament. In 1975 the Waitangi Tribunal was established to investigate the grievances by Maori resulting from the Treaty of Waitangi. The Waitangi Tribunal doesn’t make settlements, it make recommendations to the government.


For such a young country it has lots of rich history from the multiple discoveries to colonisation to war to a stable country where Maori and Europeans can live along side.

The History of New Zealand



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The Meteor That Killed The Dinosaurs

The Meteor That Killed The Dinosaurs

The Chicxulub Meteor hit the Earth 65 million years ago at the end of the Cretaceous period. The Cretaceous period was a time with very warm temperature, high sea levels and was populated with many species of dinosaurs. After it had hit, nearly all of the dinosaurs were destroyed, allowing the mammals and small animals to evolve.


Life Before

The Cretaceous period was the period before the Chicxulub meteor, the meteor that killed the dinosaurs. In the Cretaceous period there were millions of species of dinosaur including the Velociraptor, the Tyrannosaurus rex, the Triceratops and several species of Pterosaur. Also during the Cretaceous period there were marine dinosaur like the Tylosaurus, the Plesiosaur and the Woolungasaurus. There were also a few mammals, one of the most common ones was named the Eomia, a large rat-like creature with a big opening around its pelvic area. Preceding the Cretaceous period was the Jurassic period and following the Cretaceous period was the Paleogene period. The Cretaceous period ended with the massive dinosaur extinction which is now called the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event caused by the Chicxulub Meteor.


The Meteor

The Chicxulub Meteor killed the dinosaurs in various stages. The first was the impact of the meteor on earth and the tsunami that it caused. Secondly, the skies rained nitric and sulphuric acid causing fires, poisoning the water, and destroying all of the plants. Finally, the herbivores would die because of the lack in plant life. Then the carnivores would be killed too, because they would have had nothing left to eat. Lastly, the carrion eaters, the dinosaurs who fed off the rotten flesh of other animals and dinosaurs, will die of starvation just like all of the other dinosaurs. Millions died and the lucky ones who managed to survive have evolved over time into the things we see today.


How It Effected World Today

Dinosaurs dominated the world for over 180 million years before they were wiped out by the Chicxulub Meteor. And so the Age of Reptiles ended and the Age of Mammals began.  Before the dinosaur extinction, any mammal that came out of its hiding place was nearly instantly eaten by either a larger animal or a dinosaur and because of that, wasn’t able to evolve. It didn’t take very long for the small animals and birds and reptiles to thrive amongst the new soil and the new plants. The animals grew larger and larger, some even bigger than the average human. As time went on, the animals and mammals that ruled the world evolved. The giant birds shrunk to what we see now, the primates evolved into us, even the few dinosaurs that survived changed into reptiles and lizards.


If the Chicxulub Meteor hadn’t crashed into the Earth nearly 65 million years ago, then we would not be here right now. If the devastation of the meteor had not occurred we would not have the beautiful world we have today. The human race may have never existed without

The Meteor That Killed The Dinosaurs





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 Greece is a European country located in the Mediterranean Sea and has a rich history going all the way back to 1500 B.C. It is made up of a mainland and lots of little islands around it with Athens as the capital city. Greece has many famous landforms and structures such as the Parthenon, Mount Olympus and the Acropolis.



Greek Mythology consists of how the Greeks thought the world was created and how it works. There are lots of gods and monsters and mythological places and lots of stories about all of them. Here are some of the gods in Greek mythology: Zeus, god of the sky. Poseidon, god of the ocean. Hades, god of death and Lord of the Underworld. Aphrodite, goddess of beauty and love. Apollo, god of music, arts and the sun. Artemis, goddess of the hunt and the moon. Ares, god of war. Athena, goddess of wisdom. Demeter, god of agriculture and harvest. Dionysus, god of wine and festivals. Hephaestus, god of fire metalwork and crafting. Hera, goddess of marriage and women. Hermes, god of travel, thieves and messenger of the gods. Hestia, god of homes and children. This is a list of some famous heroes in Greek mythology: Perseus, Heracles, Jason, Daedalus, Odysseus and Theseus.


The Parthenon

The Parthenon is a famous Greek structure and has stood for centuries. Work began on the Parthenon, built in Acropolis, in 447 BC to replace another temple that was destroyed by the Persians in 480 B.C. The name of the building most likely came from a cult statue of Athena, Parthenos, housed in the eastern room of the building. This amazing structure was built of ivory and gold and was sculptured by the sculptor Phidias. As with most buildings in Acropolis it was dedicated to Athena to thank the Goddess for their success. The Parthenon was finally finished in 432 B.C.


The Olympics

Based on historical records, the first ancient Olympic Games was in 776 B.C. They were dedicated to the Olympian gods, and were set in Olympia. At this Olympic Games, a naked runner, Coroebus, who was a cook from Elis, won the main event of the Games. It was a 192 metre sprint. Winning this made Coroebus the first Olympic champion ever. The Games grew and grew and were played every four years for about 1200 years. In 393 A.E, Emperor Theodosius, a Christian, banned the games because of all of the paganism in it. Around 1500 years later, a young Frenchman, started them up again.


Greece is an ancient and amazing country rich in history and has affected and created a lot of the things we have today. The world would not be the same today without Greece.



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The Great Pyramid of Giza

The Great Pyramid of Giza

The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and has amazed people for centuries. It was built in 2560–2540 BC and still stands now.



The Pyramid of Khufu (more commonly known as the Great Pyramid of Giza) was named after and the tomb of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, Khufu. It was 146.5 metres tall, the tallest man made structure for over 3800 years but is now, because of erosion, is 138.8 metres tall. The Great Pyramid is made out of about two point three million stone blocks and took about 20 years to build. The mass of the pyramid is approximately 5.9 million tonnes. Based on these facts, that would mean that the ancient Egyptians would have had to build 800 tonnes of stone a day. You would have to be very strong and patient to do that every day.



The construction of the Great Pyramid took around a 20 year period to make. It is said that about 5.5 million tonnes of limestone, 8,000 tonnes of granite and 500,000 tonnes of mortar were used to create the Great Pyramid. Generally, ancient Egyptians cut stone blocks by hammering wooden wedges into the stone which were then soaked with water. As the water was absorbed, the wedges grew, causing the rock to be cut in half. Once they were cut, they were transported by boat to the Great Pyramid on the Nile River. The biggest granite stones in the pyramid that are found in the King’s Chamber weigh

25-80 tonnes and were transferred from Aswan which is more than 800km away.

King’s Chamber

The King’s Chamber is 54.8 m2 and has a flat ceiling 5.974 metres above the floor. The King’s Chamber is completely made out of granite. Above the roof, which is formed of nine slabs of stone weighing about 400 tons, are five chambers known as the Relieving Chambers. The first four, like the King's Chamber, have flat roofs made by the floor of the chamber above, but the last chamber has a pointed roof. An Egyptologist found there were more chambers above the King’s Chamber, when he found that he could push a long reed through a crack in the ceiling. From lowest to highest, the chambers are called Davison's Chamber, Wellington's Chamber, Nelson's Chamber, Lady Arbuthnot's Chamber and Campbell's Chamber. The only object in the chamber is a granite sarcophagus.


The Great Pyramid of Giza is an amazing and historical place. I have learnt lots from this report and hope you have too. This has been a report on the

Great Pyramid of Giza.




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David Attenborough

David Attenborough


David Attenborough is a man that has been to lots of different places, seen lots of different animals and became one of the most famous wildlife presenters in the world.

Early Life

David Attenborough was born May the 8th 1926 in Isleworth, London and is now 88 years old. He grew up in the University College, Leicester where his father, Frederick Attenborough, was principal. In world war two, when he was thirteen to nineteen years old, his parents looked after two young Jewish refugee girls from Europe. As a kid, David was really into stones and fossils, so he collected them. At the age of seven, he got encouragement in this pursuit from a young Jacquetta Hawkes who admired his “museum”. A few years later one of his adopted sisters gave him a piece of amber filled with prehistoric creatures, which in fifty years’ time would be the focus of his program, “The Amber Time Machine”.



David’s father, Frederick Attenborough, was the principal of the University College Leicester and lived to the age of 86 (4 April 1887 – 20 March 1973). His mother was called Mary Attenborough. His wife, who is now dead, was called Jane Elizabeth Ebsworth Oriel. He had two brothers named John and Richard. Richard (his older brother) was an actor. And John (his younger brother) was an Italian car manufacturer. David and his wife had two children (before she died) named Susan and Robert Attenborough.



David Attenborough is one of the most famous people in the world. He is a naturalist/environmentalist and a television wildlife documentary series presenter/producer/narrator.  He actually got into it by accident. David’s career in television series producing started when he made a three part series called “The Pattern of Animals”. The program showed animals from London Zoo, with the naturalist Julian Huxley discussing their use of camouflage and courtship displays. Throughout the program he met the keeper of the zoo’s reptile house, Jack Lester. Together, they decided to make a series called “Zoo Quest” about animal collection. Sometime through the program, Jack Lester got very sick so David had to become the presenter for a while. He loved it so much that he decided to become a nature documentary presenter. His major series’ are; Life on Earth, The Living Planet, The Trials of Life, Life in the Freezer, The Private Life of Plants, The Life of Birds, The Life of Mammals and Life in the Undergrowth. In 1985 his services to television were recognized. He was knighted and became Sir David Attenborough.


Thank you for your time and for reading this speech on this amazing man. This has been a report on David Attenborough.






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S.U.M.M.E.R. the Syringe of the Ultimate Mooing Monster of the EggplantRace: Part 2

'Summer shall never exist again! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAA!!!' Doctor Superfluousness cackles evilly. 'Now my U.M.M.E.R. begone! Go and destroy Summer!'
'Alright, boss.' So the U.M.M.E.R. flew off into the distance to suck the life out of everything in the world with it's S.U.M.M.E.R. It had arrived at the tippy top of the world. The Antarctic. The U.M.M.E.R. pulled out the S.U.M.M.E.R. and brought it out. Then, the U.M.M.E.R. hesitated. He thought, Why should I be destroying Summer. I'm just an Eggplant. I love Summer. It's fun and... fun and lots of fun in the sun. In fact. I'm going to stop Doctor Superfluousness once and for all. I'm going to save SUMMER!!! 

The U.M.M.E.R. flew back to the evil Doctor Superfluousness's laboratory. He smashed through the wall.
'You know there's a door right,' Doctor Superfluousness mutters. 'What are you doing back? I don't think the world is destroyed yet.' He looks out the window. 'Nope, not destroyed.'
'I like Summer and I'm going to stop you from ruining it!!'
'Okay.' Then Doctor Superfluousness fell to the ground, unconcious. Then the police came and got him and he went to jail and got the cell with the Summertime music and movies. The police forced him to go outside every day to torture him because they knew he hated Summer so much. Soon he got a very good tan.


Monday, 1 December 2014

S.U.M.M.E.R: Super Ultra Magnificent Marvellous Era of no Rain

Verse 1
Summer is Super Ultra Magnificent Marvellous Era of no Rain. Join, it's no pain! Go to the beach, get tea-ached,  get some hot dogs, get some ice cream, go to the beach, swim, go on a holiday, or invite all your relatives to stay! Maybe you could go to another famous bay, or eat some pizza today!

Because It's SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER!  SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER SUMMER! HEY! Super Ultra Magnificent Marvellous Era of no Rain, maybe you can come to stay! Maybe we can have a slumber partay or look in the sun, ay? We could go sailing or eat some fantastic food, cause it's . . . .

Verse 2
Summer so cool, don't be a fool! Eat some Ice Cream or go ride a bull! Doesn't matter if you're ugly or small, cause it's all for all! Maybe you can watch some baseball! Cause It's . . . . .

Christmas Verse
Christmas, ahoy! Get the boy --- a present! That's right, don't turn on your lights, cause santa's coming to town. Become a clown, but don't drown! Merry Christmas everybody! Eat your berries!

Christmas Verse 2
Santa comes with his reindeers. Rides into town. Looks around, and there's no sound! Get the kids some presents, before leaving--- cause it's

Christmas Chorus                                                                                                          
CHRISTMAS! CHRISTMAS!                                                                                                          

Summer Chorus (at the same time)

The End 

S.U.M.M.E.R. the Syringe of the Ultimate Mooing Monster of the Eggplant Race: Part 1

It was finally summer!!! Oh yeah!!! First of December baby!!! Summer. The season with lots of hotness, and a boiling sun, and it's hot, and the beach, and water, and... Christmas... and... it's hot. Anyway. The first of December was the day when the evil Doctor Superfluousness was going to launch the U.M.M.E.R. The Ultimate Mooing Monster of the Eggplant Race and it's S.U.M.M.E.R. The Syringe of the Ultimate Mooing Monster of the Eggplant Race. The U.M.M.E.R. will destroy the whole world in this universe except for his creator, Doctor Superfluousness.

'Mwa hahahahahahahahahaaaaaa!!!' laughs Doctor Superfluousness. 'I will destroy the world!!!'
Uh,' says the U.M.M.E.R., 'I thought I was destroying the world, boss?'
'So, I'm destroying the world while you're destroying the world at the same time?'
'NO, YOU- actually. You know what?
'Rhetorical question. I'm not even going to bother to explain to you. You're just too stupid.'
An alarm clock beeps. BEEP BEEP. 'Oh would you look at the time. It's the first of December. U.M.M.E.R.! It's time to destroy the world so that Summer cannot exist! I HATE SUMMER!!! Use the S.U.M.M.E.R. to suck the life out of everything and destroy the world! And Summer shall never exist again! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAA!!!


It is summer, the COMPLETE opposite of a bummer
Go to the beach, eat a leech(or not! Personally I'd have a hot dog)
The grass is green, the pohutukawas are red and the sheep are white*
  And Christmas is in summer which is the best time of the year
Cause kids write their wishlist and hope they get what they want
The holidays are in summer, oh the wonderful summer
Where children play in the park and parents are thinking Oh what a wonderful day
And horses go neigh and gamblers play
And kids open their advent calenders and say
Oh what a wonderful day

*Christmas colours

Roses are red violets are Blue...

Roses are Red Violets are Blue oops I am Using caps Lock so I will Start again.

Roses are red violets are blue it is summer but I am colour blind too.

Roses are brown violets are purple I forgot to put on sun block so I am burning like a prune.

Roses are red violets are green  I am in the sea and I am drowning

 Roses are red violets are blue I think Sarah needs a massage so I sent her to the dentist.

Roses are red violets are blue I am dumb and Britta needs the loo.

Roses are blue violets are red ducks go moo and cows go quack. 

Roses are green violets are purple I am mixed up help me please

Thursday, 27 November 2014


Either by yourself or in groups of 2 or 3 click on the link below and work your way through the maths problems.

Remember to READ them CAREFULLY and make sure you show your working in your answers. 

You can either record your answers and working in your maths books or you can get a big  bit of paper for your group and record them NEATLY on there. 

Click on the picture to find the problems! (... and yes I know it's not September)

The three elephant friends

Elizabeth the elephant ran through the jungle with her friends Evie and Ellen (the elephants)
"So where are we running to?" asked Evie the eager elephant 
"Doesn't matter it's going to be elephantastic" replied Elizabeth. They kept on running to until they got to the edge of the waterfall.
"It's beautiful" exclaimed Ellen 
"I know I have been coming for the past month" Elizabeth told her friends
"So that's why you've been missing lunch" they said simultaneously. They stood there for a while admiring the view. They ran back and had food then had a nap.

The End 

the man

The bell chimed through the streets of montid as a small man dressed in a suit and tie rushed to the government building. He ran through the door and came to a halt at the front desk.
"You're late." Came the voice of the receptionist.
"I'm sorry, I just had to-"
"Never mind. Your conference is down the hall, two rights, and the third left." The receptionist pointed in the general direction of a long looking passage. The man said thank you and headed off. When he arrived at the door, he knocked cautiously and let himself in. He sat down, looked around and wondered if anyone noticed that he had come in. They hadn't. The rest of the meeting was quite boring and the man wished he was back home, in the warm of his living room cuddled up with his cat and reading his latest book. The man was still daydreaming when the meeting ended, therefore, he did not notice when he accidentally got himself locked in by the janitor, a man of very little brain. 

the clock struck twelve.
the man woke with a start. he looked around, and saw that he was in the conference room where he had fallen asleep quite a while earlier. he got up, and tried the door. it was locked. now what was he to do? he had no food or water, and if he remembered correctly, the next booking was in two weeks! and what was he going to do for a toilet? who would feed his cat? oh no.
he could either try and escape, or wait until someone found him.
he decided to try and escape. hmm... there was an air vent in one corner, but it was probably too small to get through. he looked in the janitors cupboard... there were a couple of brooms, a bucket, three mops and a bottle of ajax. he couldn't necessarily do anything with them, but it gave him an idea...

About half an hour later, our protagonist had managed to fancy himself a ladder made of mops and brooms. It reached up to the window at the top of the main door. The man started to climb. Once he reached the top, he looked down. It was a vertical drop. The man climbed back down the ladder. Once he was back down. He took a seat at the conference table. And started thinking. How could he get to the ground on the other side, without hurting himself? oh well, he would just have to wait...

Wednesday, 26 November 2014

World war three

There was smoke coming out of the volcano and I knew it was something bad. Suddenly out of nowhere mummy's started flowing out of the mountain. Everybody ran as fast as they could but me Maz and Oliver. We grabbed our epic blue flame swords and started what the people call world war three which meant bye bye. The Mummy's were hard to fight but I could hold them back from the towns secrets because I'm pretty sure that was what they were after. Maz wasn't really fight he just rammed them over with his spikes helmet, Oliver was the mad scientist that he was creating spells and killing all the mummy's and I was just normally fighting. Suddenly an explosion happened and there was more mummy's we could not fight them off so Maz me and Oliver performed a circle and started saying trijerijghrksjnvfdefijgrhgerfnojebukomdwfoijfegjinerojfnwdjfodiamonfegjinfeiugnreiundouwnoiwmejfnerigjneriugnreuifreijfndeijnfjwodnfjsodnvkjndejivnfeijnvjekfnvkjdenivjnwdijvndjkvndwkjcnjwkdnckdjwmcskwncojsw  and that blew heaps of blue lightning which killed all the mummy's and the battle was over we had won. The end