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Week 5 100 word challenge.

  • 4th Feb, 2015 at 10:09pm

“Now would you look at that!”
What would buildings say if they could speak?

 

Comments

  • Gino
    1st Mar, 2015 at 1:36pmm

    One morning my school looked like this: the windows looked like lolly pop eyes and the door like a gigantic mouth ready to shout. The door was closed so I knocked and I knocked until it opened and exploded with a BANG noise. When the noise stopped there was a black hole looking at me. I looked in to it with my heart beeping madly. Then I jumped in to it saying goodbye to the world as I knew it. As I was jumping I kicked the door handle , I fell backwards and the door closed on my face.

  • callum
    8th Feb, 2015 at 8:04pmm

    It was a cold,bleak, winters morning. I went to church, and before I walked in, I saw an eye blink. I went closer towards the face; I heard breathing that was getting louder and louder. Then I stepped really close and a voice said who is there in a really loud voice. But as soon as he said any words I ran into Church, saying to my mum & dad a face on a wall spoke to me but nobody believed me. So I tried to show them outside but the face had disappeared.

  • Laura
    8th Feb, 2015 at 7:19pmm

    I was walking down the street as normal, when I saw a funny thing. I saw some eyes and a mouth but this time no ears on a building. The building was shouting because he could not hear.
    The building was shouting “Come here child!”
    I went over to see what he wanted.
    He asked me “What is your name.”
    I answered Its Eric, what is your name”
    He said “I’m the Vincent Van Gogh Museum.”

  • Harry 1
    8th Feb, 2015 at 5:08pmm

    There was a building which was about two hundred years old. The building was so old it was starting to fall down, so the builders came along and planned to knock it down! It started to get so mad that it shouted at the builders. “I’ve been around for centuries and survived so why are you going to knock me down now?!” The builders were shocked and started to get scared. “You’d better be scared!” the building shouted. The men packed their bags and ran like there was no tommorrow! After that day nobody ever touched the poor building again!

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