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The Fair Ground

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Introduction

The Fair Ground The magnificent lights captured every passerby's eye, until they had no choice but to allow themselves access to the spare ground that had never before looked so attractive. To the right of the car park was a tacky yellow neon light that once long ago spelt, "ENTRANCE". Instead it now merely spelt "ERAC". Underneath, a crowd was gathering. At the front of the crowd was a giant of a man who towered over everyone else in the crowd, especially the two young children he had in each hand. The children stared in bewilderment as the giant hurled a mouthful of abuse to the pathetic,defenseless acne-struck teen whose only protection was that of the plastic window of the ticket box the separated the two. ...read more.

Middle

It was soon established that she was in-fact underwear boy's girlfriend.She seemed less than impressed when he grabbed her arm, and sloppily smacked his lips on her. The sudden eruption of noise came as the intimidatingly high "Rocket Launcher" abruptly came to life. An accelerated scream came from above as bodies, all shapes and sizes, were shot into the air at supersonic speed. The bitter smell of sick became more intense as you passed the "exit" sign like a warning telling them not to eat before riding. The Burger Van was becoming increasingly busy as the night went on, the youth serving was almost, if not greasier than the burgers themselves. He occasionally wiped the sweat from his forehead and added that as a free topping to someone's burger. ...read more.

Conclusion

The other child stopped dead as he realized that the giant chasing him was far from a jolly giant that he had beenearlier on that day. The giant seized the dumbstruck child. Looking around to see in anyone had noticed his heavy handling of the children he calmly walked from the fair. Although the twitching in his left eye and hand warned everyone that the jolly giant was long gone. He effortlessly threw the petrified children into the back of the car. There was a sticker on the back window ..... that sticker read: "Best Daddy In The World". With that the car skidded out of the spare ground and was off into the black velvet night. Kiera Coyle Mr Grundy GCSE English Coursework - Descriptive Writing Kiera Coyle Mr Grundy GCSE English Coursework - Descriptive Writing ...read more.

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