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I was getting tired. Mabye it was because I had drunk too much wine with breakfast.

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I was getting tired. Mabye it was because I had drunk too much wine with breakfast. Or mabye it was because I had stayed up too late the other night. The reason why I had stayed up so late was because Flip spent the night over at my house and Flip always told scary stories before the lights went out. So I spent half the night sitting up in bed. Jumping at each of the noises that I heard. Whatever had made me so tired I was getting even more tired still. Mabye Mr. Sarcroth wouldn't notice if I dosed off for a few minutes. Mabye...Mabye... Before I could finish that thought the urge to go to sleep became too powerful. So I gave in and fell asleep. I awoke a short while later to the sound of breathing. I imedietly thought it was Flip. Without opening up my eyes I said, "Flip leave me alone." The obnoxious breathing continued. "Flip, if you don't leave me alone I am going to whack you acrossed your head" I promised. The breathing continued louer. And thats when I whacked who I thought was Flip acrossed the head. But when I opened my eyes to see if mabye I had whacked Flip a little to hard I saw that It wasn't Flip who I saw down on the classrooms hardwood floor it was Mr. Sarcroth, my teacher. I had no idea how Mr. Sarcroth ended up on the floor. Uuntil I saw Flip sitting acrossed the room from me. Then I realized that it wasn't Flip who was breathing inside my ear but Mr. Sarcroth. Instead of running away like any other satyr would do after knocking his teacher out. I joned the rest of the satyrs around our teachers crumpled form. I had learned long ago that running away only added to the teachers suspsion. ...read more.

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When we left Ggargares called after us "Don't forget the autions tommorow." When we made it to the hotel that we were staying at it was near midnight. I went to bed instantly that night. I woke up late the next morning. When I finished eating breakfast I went over to Flip's room. Flip was already up and we rushed out of the hotel. When we arrived are egg was just getting bid on. The bidding was over are egg sold for five hundred maskins. After the aution was over we went to where creatures were paying for the stuff they got. The autioner waved us over to him. "Congradulations, your egg sold for more then any other thing at this aution" Ggargares said. "The seath who bought your egg paid me and I've already taken the five percent out of the amount that you made" he said. Flip and I decided to go to a bar to celebrate. We never drank to much. Two mabye three glasses of wine was all my system could handle. That was one thing that Flip's and my parents had taught us to know your limets, especily when it came to drinking. We entered a bar that looked ike it had had more then its share of fights. There were knife slashes on almost everone of the seats. And not to mention the stink of smoke and alchohol was almost unbearable. Flip and I would have left if it there if there wasn't a heavily musciled rethesrser blocking our path and a even more heavily musliciled btheatha blocking our way to the seats. "You little punks better find a different place. They serve drinks to babys" the btheatha, said giveing me a push forward into his jerk of a buddy. "Were not going to a different bar" I said, to my own surprise. "I think there trying to start a fight don't you" rethesrser said. ...read more.

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I turned over rocks and stiried up mud looking for crawfish and shellfish. I felt a pinch on my toe and saw that there was a crawfish pinching my toe. I plucked the crawfish out of the water and dropped it in a pouch and then continued on. Worth mean will was catching a fiddle crabs on the side of the stream. I had ten shellfish and five crawfish. I dumped them in a pot that Worth had set out to put our catchs in. Worth had ten fiddler crabs. He put them in the pot to. Flip was fishing still. We filled the bucket with water then we built a fire. I set the pot over the fire for thirty minutes. Flip was done fishing. He had caught two good sized fish and had begun gutting them. Worth and I were picking the meat out of the assortment of diffrent crabs and shellfish. When were finsihed we dropped the meat in the pot and Flip dumped his fish in the pot we added varies other ingrediants. We set the pot over the fire and waited. When it was done it tasted fabulous. After we were done we lay in the grass. A fiddler crab came up to me and pinched my ear. I flicked it away. When we begain moving again we didn't talk. We just walked. Until the silence was broken by a sigh. It came from Worth. "What's wrong?" Flip asked. "Oh nothing. I was just thinking" Worth said. "About what?" Flip asked. "Arn't I aloud to think?" Worth said. It seemed as if all of us weren't walking together. It seemed like each of us were walking by ourselfs. Though we weren't. Now it was my turn to sigh. When we made to the only city in the land of ------------ it was midnight. We were tired and cold. We went to a hotel and asked for a room. The man gave us our keys to our rooms. I fell asleep as soon as I steeped into my room. ...read more.

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