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Food for Thought

by Alissa Sage | Score: 3450

A Economist by the name of Doctor Grant was studying the length of a human life. "So, if a person would eat healthy stuff like Tomatoes, they would live. But if they eat stuff like friends chicken and brisket, they would die quicker?" Grants lively son Quniel asked. "Exactly Q! Healthy people tend to live longer! Most athletes are becoming vegetarians because it gives them energy. One person did a three day marathon and broke records. He was also vegetarian. Most strong people have healthier diets too." Grant explained. The air conditioner blew air on them. "Summer's been hot, right?" Grant asked his son. "Yeah, and Mary had trouble getting around yesterday." Quniel was referring to his blind sister. "A man bumped into her." He frowned. "Oh, never mind that. Mom already told me. But back to facts. A man lifted over 5,000 pounds and he was a vegetarian. He is now one of the strongest men alive. Most athletes think they need meat to be strong, but your teeth are made to chew veggies! Cool, right? We are not even supposed to eat meat. People will have short lives waiting food they are not supposed to." Grant smiled. "Yeah, cool!" Quniel replied. The two continued to study.

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Prop Include a tomato
Event Someone passes away
Character A distant economist
Words Reach 50 words
Character A mature bailiff
Prop Include an air conditioner
Words Reach 100 words
Letter Use the letter Y
Letter Use the letter Q
Character A snobby clockmaker
Letter Use the letter C
Words Reach 200 words

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