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A little present from Dani and Deena to Cait on her birthday. Fiction K - English - Humor - Words: This is our overseas birthday present!
That Other Birthday Llama Part 1: The Llamalicious Tale Once upon a time, in a far, far away little village in England filled with old people and rich people, amongst other odd people, lived a girl named Cait. Who was sixteen, and legal, despite her rather childish sense of humour and appalling addiction to a terrible television show.
Cait was an okay girl, in the aweso way. She was rather quiet at first, then unbearable noisy once you got to know her. She was extremely short but liked to pretend otherwise by acting condescending towards other, taller and smarter people namely one of the authors of this and her constant use of sarcasm.
But there was more to Cait than her height implied. Because Cait was, in fact, a member of a highly secretive league of extraordinary people — she was an AH'er. An AH'er was someone who was so awesome — so powerful, they had a language unto themselves.
These people came from all over the world, with one solitary mission: How'd my History homework get in here? Unfortunately, these people were also quite mad, so they ended up being locked away in a very special Attic.
After a while, the Attic grew too mad to sustain them, so a few more prominent AH'ers put some sofas in another room and called it the Lounge.
In the sacred Lounge Of course, the fact that Cait lived in England meant that she had a lot to say about the weather. Most of it was, "It's raining She knew that weather like the back of But back to the tale at hand no pun intendedit soon happened that Cait ventured out of the Attic and the Lounge into Cue drum roll please.
In other words, she went for a walk around the village, decided it was okay-looking, walked into a few lampposts and decided that she should go home.
Unfortunately for Cait and quite a few bruised lamppostsshe didn't actually get home. Because, she got kidnapped! Nope, that's a complete lie. But things never go to plan for the llama-nappers.
Because, unfortunately for them, their llama-clavas had shrunk in the wash. I wasn't to know! So, she recognised them. Which made this llama-napping possibly the worst one in history.
Not counting that time we tried to take the legless llama — boy, that llama can run.
Other people that Dani, the person writing this section, can't remember! No wonder she recognised us! Finally, he said, "35, take it from here! Well, it's your birthday. And it felt good — until I hit that parked car. It was less powerful in real life.
And you better appreciate us coming, because I took a flight to be here and listen to your Hermione-Granger-like accent! Not unless she asked, anyway. Not much to do except —" "No Misfits!Nov 11, · By the light of two lampposts flanking its beveled side entrance on 89th Street.
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If you can see lightning or hear thunder, you are in an immediate danger zone for a lightning strike. It’s as if it belongs to a friend I grew up with, or someone I met at a bar, or found counting lampposts in my hometown — strangely familiar and wise beyond his years.
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These diaries take you through their life and the struggles they went through. Counting Lampposts As I Go Home. It is the one thing in my life that has always remained constant.
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