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by ur mom | Score: 4500

Peculiar couldn't describe the way Audrey was feeling, as this feeling was much more wonderous. I wasn't pondering, since this wasn't a problem she was dwelling on, it wasn't unexpected, there had been a pit in her stomach of the word she couldn't think of's nature. But here it was, this mysterious package, almost mocking Audrey's unknowing. She looked around her room, pushing anything of importance into a corner if this questionable package happened to be explosive. A toy plane from when she was younger, that had crashed into the side of a tree. A passive aggressive-looking nurse doll lied next to it. An almost...dentist stared back at her, another one of her dolls. It didn't quite look like a dentist, maybe a slight one. But back to the package, one corner of it was slightly sticky from her little brother Matthew spilling syrup on it. Its shipping label looked...why, it looked torn to shreds? the box was wallowing, withering with scratch marks. As Aubrey sunk closer and closer to the package, it started to shake. Aubrey jumped back with horror, as there were no breathing holes for the living thing that was in this box, (She cared about animal rights, for her mother was vegan, and quite an artistic career advisor). Aubrey being careful not to damage what or who was inside, shook the box, just slightly. Glass? A coffee mug? Why would she have been sent a coffee mug? Strange. Curious. Very curious. Peculiar. 

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Letter Use the letter A
Words Reach 50 words
Prop Include a toy plane
Event An airplane crashes
Words Reach 100 words
Character A passive paramedic
Event A package is delivered
Character A slight dentist
Letter Use the letter K
Prop Include a bottle of syrup
Letter Use the letter W
Words Reach 200 words
Character An artistic careers advisor
Event Your character sees something terrifying
Prop Include a coffee mug
Letter Use the letter U

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