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So much fun

by Robin Burkart | Score: 4450

The long cold winter was pissing Michael off. He always loved summer, but this shit thath just falls on his head? He never got it. Every day he had to go to the laboratory and fix things he never even imagined he would need to fix. Sometimes it was a cubboard, sometimes pippet, but never anything clever, that he loved. He was a zodiac sign, even though he did not know what that meant when friends teased him about that. His friends were more like other shit, but zodiac? Come on he always said. Anyway, in this laboratory he has been working in, he was actually zapped by an electricity. His zipper got stuck in a thing he did not know what was for and a light came out a minute after. BZZT. He wanted to turn on a radio i think. After work, Michael went home and even behind the front door, he heard his little son crying. What a day, he thought. Secinds after he closed the door a fundraising stupid guys were at the front door. So he opened the door and they stood there with nothing to say! So they stared at each other for a minute, so he clamped him on his shoulder, good bye man, good bye. Before he could close the door, he heard sirens and his phone rang. Oh mi god, he thought, not now. It was his coworker telling him their building cought fire. So he hopped into his slow mortician and drove to the building. After he got out of the car, his coworker excluded reversed card, uno bitch. You mother fucker he thozfgr. I will kill you-.

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event Winter is long and extremely cold
Words Reach 50 words
Character A touchy laboratory technician
Words Reach 100 words
Letter Use the letter Z
Prop Include a radio
Letter Use the letter I
Event A baby cries
Words Reach 200 words
Character An uncertain fundraiser
Prop Include a clamp
Event Sirens sound in the distance
Letter Use the letter E
Character A slow mortician
Prop Include a playing card

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