100 Word Challenge Week 14

As the ship swayed, my stomach churned. I had massive sea sickness. “Why did we have go by ship. Couldn’t we’ve gone by plane?” I groaned. “You know we don’t have the money,” Dad explained. I steadied myself and limped to my cabin. I looked the frame of my mom. When she was here, everything was fine. A tear rolled down the side of the frame. I wish Dad died instead of her. “BANG!” I rushed to the deck and onto a lifeboat. Dad was drowning! His last screams was the last I heard of him. I love you Dad.

 

100 word challenge week 37

FIFA, FIFA, the FIFA world cup. Watching TV at home, I’m sure most of us are sad to miss all the action in South America. But truly, we should be glad. Last September, I got to know the most secret secret of Rio De Janeiro. The FIFA world cup, some may think, the best thing in Brazil. But that’s what happens in Brazil when really, something much worse happens…

In Brazil, those whom go for countries apart from Brazil, are attacked. Stabbed. Slaughtered. Raped. Strangled. Scarred for life. Murdered. So there you have it. The most secret secret of Brazil.

 

100 Word Challenge Week # 36

“Mike! Don’t start eating the chocolate mate! Could be pois-nous!” Gary warned. Mike instantly stopped. His chocolate plummeted to the ground. “Mitch, Mitch! I think I’m about to fa-a-” Mike says before plopping onto the ground. “Look where ya goin’ mate! You splashed us all!” Mitch says. Sagging Mike walks away, cleans himself up, and opens his lunchbox. “Lipstick! Ha. Interesting lunch,” Gary says.                                                                 “B-but! – O’ course!It’s me wife’s make – up bag,” Mike said. “Urgh! Why is life so hard?!”                                                                                                                               “It’s Friday the thirteenth mate! What do ya expect?” Mitch says a-matter-of-factly. “Urgh!” Mike groans heavily. “I hate life!”

 

 

100 word challenge week 35

I walked through the gateway scared and alone. No friend in sight. I sat down on the muddy bank, feet brushing against cold ripples of seaweed green water. My head throbbed against the ebony black rock as I clutched my stomach tightly. White light circled above me, like it was about to suck me in. I knew my world would be different from then on. Welcomed to a world of evil…

Thinking about my future of running away from villains and monsters made my stomach churn as though a metal hand just twisted my guts. What will happen to me?

100WC Week 34

A strong breeze heaved a huge rock and made it tumble making Lora and I stuck in the cave. I did everything I could to get us out of the cave. I pushed sharp rocks that made my hands bleed; I kicked rocks that made my foot ache, and I pushed rocks with my back which made it sting like fire. Suddenly, a bolt of lightning came streaking down at the floor. When I woke up screaming, my face was mess of blood and sweat. I stopped crying when I realised it was no use. I was trapped. I wanted food, but where could I go?

100WC Week 34

A strong breeze heaved a huge rock and made it tumble making Lora and I stuck in the cave. I did everything I could to get us out of the cave. I pushed sharp rocks that made my hands bleed; I kicked rocks that made my foot ache, and I pushed rocks with my back which made it sting like fire. Suddenly, a bolt of lightning came streaking down at the floor. When I woke up screaming, my face was mess of blood and sweat. I stopped crying when I realised it was no use. I was trapped. I wanted food, but where could I go?

100 Word Challenge Week 33

Dear world leaders,

Send my friend, Lucy to school. Not just Lucy, but also the 57 million children around the world who have the right to go to school.

By not sending these children to school, our world’s affluence and population is instantly decreasing.

A lot of these children have disabilities preventing movement. People just ignore this. Just because of a disability that prevents your movement to go to school, doesn’t mean something doesn’t need to be done about it.

A possible solution is for world leaders to take notice of this and give  travel vehicles to these poor children. So send my friend Lucy to school!

 

100 Word Challenge Week #31

Qualified astrophysicist, Mark Norton reports a UFO sighting in outer space.

“Hello. Crrr! (wireless problem sound). The UFO seem- Crr! To be a yellowi- Crr! Black colour. Crr! Looks freakishly- Crr! Like an alien- Crr! Shuttle,” Mark Norton reports.

5 mins later

“AAH! AAH! MAY DAY! MAY DAY! HUGE BEE ATTACK! AAH!” Mark Norton and his fellow colleagues chorused! An emergency space vehicle shot straight to outer space killing the vast bee in an instant with its super laser anti-animal spray.

The freakishly huge bee was analyzed and had a case of anti-minuscule disease. Soon enough, the contagious disease had spread…

 

100 Word Challenge Week #30

“Aah!” Kylie and Jaquie screamed ducking under the table. Seriously.  We were only watching an MA 15+ movie. After the movie was finished, Kyls (short for Kylie) and Jackster (nickname for Jaquie) literally broke out in cold sweat!

“Urgh!” I grumbled, “Thanks to you guys, I had to watch a boring old kids movie at MY birthday sleepover party.”

“Sorry,” Kyls and Jackster chorused.

“It’s okay,” I replied, “Anyways. Lets go to sleep. You girls really need it to chilax (a word meaning relaxed and cool)!

A few hours later, I woke up. I felt hungry, but when I opened the cupboard door, “AAAH!!”

 

100 Word Challenge Week 28

I sauntered home relaxed knowing that I had vacation. It turned out that vacation wasn’t until next week. I worked on my project which was due next term for three days straight until I received an email form my teacher saying that vacation was next week. It turned out that my project was due that day. I still had not finished. I was so worried. I had all eyes on me. “B-but,” I muttered. “But I thought I had enough time!” […]