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Thornbridge I got into the tent that our three man group had just made. It was dirty, uncomfortable, small and very hot.

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Thornbridge I got into the tent that our three man group had just made. It was dirty, uncomfortable, small and very hot. I was so annoyed. I had to change into some nice clean clothes in a tight space. I had got up after toppling over my sleeping bag. When I got up, I fell backwards and banged my head on one of the poles to keep the tent up. While the pain was going, I saw that my friends were playing football outside on the pitch, I decided to go out and play with them. After twenty minutes of shocking unsportsmanship, my team won. It was about eight o clock when we had our supper, which was spaghetti bolognaise. We had one hour to play outside in the night with our torches, nearly the whole of our year went outside to play. Many of us got injured because some of us thought it was funny to wear dark clothes so they can't be seen and rugby tackle other people without letting them having time to react. ...read more.

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We all said yes in a happy mood. He said: "Well you can't, you don't even know which team won yet." So he told us who the winners were: it was my team. We got given roughly five chocolates from a box of celebrations each. We had six people in our group. There was only a quarter of the box of chocolates left. We all went back to our tents and, as we were the winners, we 'stuffed' our mouths with chocolates. What I didn't like though, was sleeping in the small tent that we had made earlier that day. Mr. P told us to go to bed, but we had fifteen minutes to do whatever we liked. Some of us went to brush our teeth, some of us played with our torches again. I played with my torch with some other people. Then Mrs. M (S2M's mean form teacher), blew her loud whistle. Everyone made a rush to get into their tents; I was pushed over quite a few times. ...read more.

Conclusion

We told him to let us sleep before him so we could actually sleep without being awake all night listening to extreme snoring. It was so uncomfortable. We could hear other tents muttering away and eating sweets(well that's what I thought because their voices sounded muffled). So I thought that I would just rest my eyes. Then I heard a bang. I got up and looked out the entrance zip. I saw one of our teachers (Mr. S) shooting rabbits. I woke my friends up. They were complaining about why I woke them up. I told them to shut up, and look outside; we saw Mr. S carrying the rabbit and putting it on a nearby bench. We just slept again. But this time when I woke up, I saw a face looking at us from the entrance zip . I got up and shouted in a scared manner. I found out that it was actually my fellow student from a nearby tent. After telling him what an idiot he was scaring me like that. I got up and went outside. That had been a bad sleep, I was exhausted. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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