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THE ROBBER

by Charlotte Demetrius | Score: 4800

She ran from the bank with the bags of money in her hands. She heard siren sounds in the distance and ran even faster. she faltered a bit and almost fell down. she regained her balance and kept running from the police. She did not even remember what got her in this whole mess. she remembered a fisherwoman woman who  had been miserable with her life so askeed het to help steal money so i geuss thats how it started. she ran into a store and heard the loud rrrrr of the air conditioner. with that she had an idea. the person that helped out with check out gave her a very odd look. her name tag said her name was Valerie. the robber smiled and said to Valerie, sorry Val, i am a managing director who is thinkong of some fun ides! do you happen to sel bows for a violin? " NO i aam so sorry we do not" Valerie said. but i am not feeling well so i have to go! can you please finish out my shift here? i got food poisoning and feel awful. the robber sighed and nodded. as soon as val left she zapped open the cash register and stoloe the moneuy fromn the drawer. a stoic school crossing warden walked in and saw her stealinhg the money. HELP HELP he screamed. he pulled a paint brush out of his pocket and threw it at her. she got hit and fainted. she woke up in prison the next day and when she relized it it was like everything had stopped. she was where she belonged and she herself knew it ver, very well!

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event Sirens sound in the distance
Letter Use the letter F
Words Reach 50 words
Character A miserable fisherman/woman
Words Reach 100 words
Event Civilization has come to an end
Prop Include an air conditioner
Letter Use the letter V
Character A thinking managing director
Prop Include a bow
Event Someone gets food poisoning
Words Reach 200 words
Character A stoic school crossing warden
Prop Include a paintbrush
Event Everything stops

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