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My Most Embarrassing Moment Ding! Ding! Ding! It was everywhere, pen, pencil, papers, rubbers, sharpeners and games. I woke up

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My Most Embarrassing Moment Ding! Ding! Ding! It was everywhere, pen, pencil, papers, rubbers, sharpeners and games. I woke up in a room which looked like a recycling truck. I was so hooked up with my homework and playing my games to the next level that I didn't even know that I went to sleep. I wasn't in the mood to go to school. I just wanted to wake up when I wanted to, eat ice cream for breakfast, complete all my games, watch films and then go to bed when I got tired. But that never happened. My name is Mathulan and I go to the Heathland School. I also have a little brother Kohulan, he is the most annoying boy ever, and he tricks me and gets me into places where I fell like banging my head to a brick wall. I also had a dog named Bingo, he is an old dog who just sits there doing nothing except for walking around the house for food but it was a little bit over weight therefore I wouldn't tend to give him large amounts of food. ...read more.


I plonked my uniform on when I came to a situation where I was scuttling around the whole house once again searching for my bag. I asked my brother but he didn't say anything; just that I had to feed the dog. I was in a rush; I just poured some dog food onto a pot and left it under the table leaving the dog to come and find it. As he got up and ran for the food there I spotted in his basket a flat, Nike, blue bag. I was thinking, what bamboozle would do such a thing, putting my bag under the dog. "KOHULAN!" It was too late to beat him up; but he was in the shower. It was strange; he was actually going to be late for the first time to school. I was now relaxed so I sat down, was finishing my breakfast, but it then came to my eyes, the time on the clock. I was late and I didn't want to keep my friends waiting. ...read more.


Instead I was standing there looking humiliated and stupid with my school uniform on and ready for school on a Saturday. After they stopped laughing and calmed themselves down they didn't look at all pleased. This was because with the gate shut there was no chance of football, I had made them wake up early for no reason and make them walk and wait for me at school in the cold weather. As my punishment I had to suffer a few days at school of my most embarrassing moment ever! When it came to Monday my name was everywhere from the school newspaper headline to Graffiti on the wall. The question from everyone to me was "Is today the day you go to school or is it on a Sunday or a Saturday" or it will be " I'm Mathulan and I love school so much that I come to school on a Saturday" with a burst of laughter to go with it. All I had to do was live it. ?? ?? ?? ?? Mathulan Mohanan 10G4 ...read more.

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