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story writing The girl who gets bullied 6 hours a day 5 days a week.

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English coursework 7/10/2005 The girl who gets bullied 6 hours a day 5 days a week. It was that morning again after a hot summers weekend. Its time for that boring old week at school. As the time approaches 7.00am a voice shouts up the stairs "Becky wake up, its time for school". Then a tired voice shouts back down the stairs "I am getting up now". Fifteen minutes later Becky still has not risen from her pit, with her face flat down on the pillow. Her mum already walking up the stairs "Come on now, you don't want to be late for school", Becky mumbled to herself "I think I do". ...read more.

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However, no one else knows apart from her, not even her mum. Thirty minutes later Becky walks out the door and up to the bus stop, the red bus shoots round the corner like a rocket blasting up into the early morning sky. By this time its 8.15am the sun is still shining onto her face, through the PVC window of the bus. DING! Another student presses the bell before their stop to get off. The bus stops and the doors slowly open, she steps off the bus and onto the pavement. Becky looked up and then down the street. There is no one to be seen, it was like a empty graveyard in fact there was more life in a graveyard, she figured she was early, so she walked up the road to the shops to buy some confectionary. ...read more.

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She can see people looking at her as she opens the old wooden doors to the foyer; the other people get a whiff of her B.O and a urine smell coming from Becky, as she makes her way down the corridor, she turns to her form class but she hears something behind her "What a disgusting smell". She glances at the door to her form takes one deep breath, and walks in. As she opens the door and walks into her form room they all start laughing and start to chant, "Hey fatty boom boom have another cream cake." Then in no time 'brrrrinng' the bell goes for the start of the day. With that she knows she has to put up with it 6 hours a day, 5 days a week. By Bethan Langdon ...read more.

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