Quinn yelled as he grabbed his friends John, holding him in his arms. He noticed the blood dripping out of his ears, knowing he had suffered injuries that may be very detrimental to his life.
John tried listening for Quinn's voice, but to no avail, he wasn't able to. Quinn looked around the kitchen to see if he can find anything to clean up the amounts of blood around them as an explosion went off just right outside their window. He grabbed a spice bottle and filled it with some water to clean up John's ear.
John just heard ringing in his ears and he wasn't able to get an idea of what was going on around him, especially why Quinn was moving around frantically. It was then that Quinn realized that not only was his friend deaf, but that they were going to war with the Americans.
John had picked up a coffee mug off the ground and saw that it was broken, however he knew it didn't particularly matter since it was a blank white mug. It had no sentimental value nor was of any significance. The only significance it had was the life that once was before the declaration of war and the ending of their lives as a plane
The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:
Begin Start typing to begin
Event Your character goes deaf
Words Reach 50 words
Prop Include a spice bottle
Character A talented sailor
Words Reach 100 words
Letter Use the letter N
Letter Use the letter V
Character A tolerant sports coach
Event War is declared
Letter Use the letter Q
Character A passive dentist
Event Your character travels into the future
Prop Include a coffee mug
Words Reach 200 words
Prop Include a soy sauce packet
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