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The Day I will Never Forget.

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The Day I will Never Forget A punch a shove, "where is the money she boomed characteristercally. I was now in a tornado of perplexity .The situation was to ghastly to contemplate, "Our father who art in heaven, I made a silent prayer. It all happened during one sunny and fine Saturday on the twenty fifth of May two thousand and three when l woke up to the most annoying voice in the whole world that of my crony Matt who was barking and shouting all over face. After miserably managing to struggle out of bed with Matt throwing pillows at me l headed for the bathroom. There l remember fully waking up after the cold water roughly touched my face. After slowly completing my morning chores, l set out to conquer the kitchen. With Matt by my side anything edible greatly depleted in its numbers. Just as Matt and l finished eating my father called me in a somewhat calm voice, which got me thinking a lot of things. Just as I was leaving the kitchen Matt made a big burp, farted and laughed at the same time, which got me making a quick exit to avoid his almost toxic smell he had unleashed. ...read more.


After she had finished what she was doing she started coming towards us, I had one thing on my mind and that was to pedal as fast as l could out of the place. On the other hand Matt was looking happy to see her and all l could see on him was a big smile which he always put on if he wanted something. As she got closer and closer l felt my whole body go numb and somehow froze there as if l was a staffed dummy. A few seconds later she was standing in front of us with that evil grin still projected on her face. At last it spoke, she spoke in a suprisinglingly spine chilling deep voice, "hello Matt", "it's been quite a long time handsome". Matt just replied by saying, "it's been indeed Miss Man". Just then she turned her ugly face to me and said, "What is your name handsome"? I did not answer her. I remember her slowly turning and saying, "the strong silent type huh?" Just then the grin was off her face as she asked us, "do you have the money boys"? So Matt and l answered back by just nodding our heads. ...read more.


Just as we reached the exit Miss Man appeared right in front of us and said in a nerve ripping voice, "going somewhere boys". Just then l received a massive right hook to my chick and a shove, "where is the money," she boomed characteristically. I was now in a tornado of perplexity. The situation was ghastly to ghastly to contemplate .Our father who art in heaven, l made a short prayer. Slowly l opened my eyes to see what she was up to. There here it stood right in front of me laughing as if it had been suddenly possessed by a great evil. Just then l remembered Matt. As l turned my head my head l saw him just behind the giant, just lying there as if he was lifeless, and blood was gashing out his nose in it's rawest form. Time simed to move slow. As l tried to reach for door, it grabbed me again and this time it threw me back in as if l was weightless. To my horror she produced a samurai sword from the long leather jacket .As she lifted up the sword l made a silent prayer and closed my eyes and laid there in front of it. Just then, l heard three gunshots and as l opened my eyes the gigantic Miss Man was lying in a massive pool of blood. . ...read more.

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