Dan’s heart started sinking. The red burning fire raced towards him.
He grabbed the last few coins from his bedroom and ran outside and opened his garage and walked in. Suddenly an idea sparked into his mind, so he picked up the ladder and climbed onto the roof.
On top he had these bright blue warning lights which he had never used before. He switched them on – the lights started flashing onto the pavement.
Dan turned the lights so that they were facing the house, and then he turned on the alarm and waited for the wail of the sirens…
Today I have had a very unlucky day.
It all started on my way to work...
I was walking along the pavement in a rush because I was late for work, when I came across a ladder. Everyone knows not to walk under a ladder but I had to get to work so there was no choice.
SPLAT!!!!!! A tin of red paint fell on top of me and I was covered head to toe in paint but I had to carry on because I was late for work.
I was still walking along the pavement when my feet felt a bit sticky, I looked down and noticed I was walking in cement and now I was stuck to it. I felt like I was sinking in quick sand. (When I got out) I had to carry on because I was late for work.
I carried on walking but then I realised there was a purse on the floor so went and handed it in to the police in rush because I was late for for work.
Guess what... the police said I could keep the purse because there were no takers but I had to get going because I was late for work.
While I was there I asked “where is PREZZO (where I work)”. “PREZZO isn’t open today it’s not open on sundays” they replied confused. Sunday. I don’t work on sundays I must of got the wrong day. “Right I better get going”. So I did but with my few extra coins I got a taxi.
It was the perfect time of year to perform the summer concert.
The sun was shining in the sky, and everyone was gathering in the school grounds to enjoy the annual outdoor concert.
There was to be lots of different types of music played including rock and classical.
Billy sat down and played his favourite song. He thought everyone would like it, but they didn’t.
He got up once he had finished and everyone moaned about how bad it was.
But then, it all came flooding back to him that he picked up the wrong note book so it was completely out of tune.
He sat down and just S I G H E D.
It was a dark sad day, what else could Jessica do? Her parents were on holiday her friends were moving house, she sighed and picked up her guitar. "This is for you Athena."
She sighed and played her best friends favourite song: Cry Me a River. She hummed the song, it seemed odd, no one to judge her talents, nobody to see her greatness.
She stopped, " Huh, it.." it was completely out of tune, that's what she was going to say but at that moment terry burst through the door.
"TERRY, where were you?" she said through tears.
Ella was walking to her Aunts for lunch.Wind kept on blowing in her face, knocking her fringe into her eyes.
When she arrived at her Aunts, her nose picked up the smell of cooked eggs.
"Want some lunch?" asked her Aunt.
So Ella washed her hands and sat down.Suddenly the lights flickered.One second it was light and the next it was black!What was happening?
When it finally stopped,Ella turned on the T.V.
A persuasive advert came on.
"Come and buy our BRILLIANT curtains! They heat up or cool down the room when you want! And they are SUPER COOL curtains designed for YOU!"
Ella rushed to the shop and brought them straight away.
Weird adverts are a very normal thing now...Here’s one I saw recently
Are you tired of plain old eggs that anyone can get? Well we are too, so we made BLACK EGGS! They’re exquisite new colour makes you start flickering with pure excitement!They’re also washed in unicorn tears (the very best thing to wash eggs in) It can’t get any better ? Well it can! You’ll never get eggy gack stuck in your fringe because of our lastest technology. And guess what! They only cost £999:87 each! Go buy them now.
I don’t think I can afford these “black eggs”...
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Sarah walked along the path at the end of the high street. The sky was black and the neon signs from all the shops shone out, flickering with colour into the night…
One of the signs read “It’s an egg overload! Scrambled, poached, fried – all you can eat for five dollars”.
And another read “Come and get your hair washed, cut and dried – all for fifteen dollars”.
Sarah thought, well I am hungry – and my fringe needs a cut, I’ll follow the signs to lead me there.
She walked in – suddenly a scissor dropped out of the air and hit her!
It was the holiday of a lifetime. My parents had been saving up for a trip to Australia. On the first morning, I decided to go for a walk whilst my mum and dad relaxed by the pool, but I was in for a big shock.
I went around the corner and there was an army of painted men. I walked over to one of them because I was a bit curious – and to my surprise, he raised his fist at me.
I got up and ran and ran and ran and ran, ‘til I couldn’t run anymore.
I turned around and they were G O N E…
Running, I was turning corners rapidly. The new species I’d been hunting was, instead of me chasing and catching it, chasing and trying to catch me. I was sprinting so fast that I didn’t know where I was going, nor did I care, I just wanted to be away from the man-eating dinosaur that was right behind me.
Stumbling and spluttering, I lost it but I was in a weird land. It looked like a theme park. But there were strange creatures that looked like Lego men mixed with Oompa Loompas! A man with a clipboard, who was wearing sunglasses, walked around and looked at each of the statues saying “ 1,2,3,4,5..” as if he was counting children in a classroom.
I’d rather be being chased by a unusually big dinosaur than be here!
Each week we are taking part in 'The 100 Word Challenge' to be creative and expressive with our writing.