A long time ago, before the age of humans. Lived giants. Don’t think that giants did exist-well try and prove this.
One year, 3 billion years ago, a group of giants from Ireland were bored. They thought ,”Hey, why don’t we make a game up to play!” (Giants acted like children all the time so this was common). So they thought and thought.
They worked for a week until they made a whole set of dominos to play -first of there kind- each one was hand crafted from cliffs and painted with ink of many flowers.
Each giants loved to stack them; then let them fall down. But something happened that scared
The giants too running away: the ice age.
So now in Ireland, if you go to the place of the giants. You can see those frozen dominos in the act of falling.
It was a very normal world. With normal things happening, but no one expected what was about to happen…
One evening, Dan and his friend Kian were playing dominoes on the living room floor - when suddenly, the dominoes started to increase in size.
They increased until they were about 5 times the size of their house.
Suddenly, Kian tripped over a TV remote that was left on the floor - sending him straight into a domino.
One by one, the dominoes fell onto each other, crushing most people in their city.
After the last domino had fallen, a rescue mission had started to save the survivors from under the wreckage.
The massacre left 186 people dead and 392 people found alive…
My granny was horrible. She hated me - I hated her. She always would put oozy dog poo in my sandwiches. But I wasn’t ready for what she was about to do…
This morning, I went to stay at her house because Mum and Dad were at work. She gave me a glass of water – at least that’s what I thought it was.
But then I had a second look. Maybe it was poison?
“But it looked just like a glass of water,” I thought whilst worrying. I picked it up and took a sip…
I was walking through the streets when all of a sudden a man in a black top hat jumped straight out of an open window, followed closely by a gang of police.
I was shocked and highly surprised; that didn't happen everyday. 'Oh well!' I told myself, putting it to the back of my mind while resuming going to work.
When I got there I sat down as usual, began my usual work and then I realised something was wrong ... normally people would be making a racket and shoving past but...
No one else was here just me and,
I looked around the room again,
...and a black top hat, hang on, why was that hat on the table?
My name is Gunther, I was a German soldier in World War Two.
In 1944, I fought in the D-Day landings as a Nazi.
But I remember leaving my helmet on a table in a bunker on Utah Beach, as I ran away in terror when I saw the ships approaching.
A few months ago, I went back to see if there was any chance that it was still there.
I found the bunker, and then I found the helmet on the table lying exactly where I put it.
I thought to myself, “Why was the hat still on the table?”…
The man had a hat which his wife would love on a lie. She hated that hat with no reason why. She said it it was ugly and made a bad statement, but that was just a cover up and her being blatant.
While she worked at her job in the centre of town, her husband Larry had to sit down. He was tired from working the day before and wanted to sleep, snore. His wife worked hard to keep up their life but the hat Larry had given her strife. So while Larry slept in she crept. As she didn’t tell her husband she had half a day, she took the hat and threw it away. She cut it to shreds and let it lay in its grave like bed. On the table it was laying there still and when Larry awoke he said “Oh no, my hat Bill!” He thought to himself, why was that hat on table not any other and then he said to himself that one was from my mother.
Each week we are taking part in 'The 100 Word Challenge' to be creative and expressive with our writing.