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Dream of Meteor

by Haydn Perish | Score: 4450

  I looked up at the sky. I saw what looked like a ship, or rather a dark cloud. I went inside, googled the radar. I couldn't believe what I saw. It was a large meteor approaching earth. The next day, everyone was talking about it at school. We went inside, and our quarrelsome teaching assistant explained it. A large meteor was going to land on our school. We went outside to investigate. Planes were swerving to avoid this object, and one crashed just a mile away from our school. All of the students ran to go see the plane. Many passengers were filing out, with all sorts of weird accessories, skin colors, and numbers of eyes. The main pilot came out holding a bottle of syrup and a mini radio. He had an idle bodyguard near him, also trying to connect to their home planet. He said he was from the planet Xxorxet, trying to chase a runaway meteor that exploded in one of their labs. Many other aliens started panicking once they realized they would never get home. They had to get used to cell phones, electronics, and those little soy sauce packets given at chinese drive thrus. Many children at school met the childish astronomers from space and started running away. When I realized I was hearing a strange beeping noise, I woke up and started laughing. 

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event A meteor approaches Earth
Words Reach 50 words
Character A quarrelsome teaching assistant
Words Reach 100 words
Letter Use the letter M
Event An airplane crashes
Prop Include a bottle of syrup
Prop Include a radio
Letter Use the letter B
Character An idle bodyguard
Event Something explodes
Words Reach 200 words
Prop Include a soy sauce packet
Letter Use the letter J
Character A childish astronomer

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