The Explosive Cabbage

BOOM! CRASH! BANG! “Oh no. Has the explosive cabbage already exploded!?” asked JimmyNarrator: Let’s get back to the start so you all know what’s going on, okay?One rainy, cold day Jimmy’s mum, Mary Anne, took Jimmy to the grocery store.“Jimmy, do not mistake explosive, round cabbage with normal, healthy cabbage, okay?” explained Mary Anne.“By the way, make sure you remind me to get the rare, silver, grey apple because they are ninety nine percent off! Plus this is only a one time offer!” yelled Mary Anne.Jimmy went past the cabbages he gathered all the cabbages and apples without noticing, including the explosive ones!. What will happen if they plant the cabbages?

Haunted Halloween

BANG, CRASH, SPLAT! It’s Halloween night and vandals are throwing round pumpkins and pieces of cabbage at me. I’m running out of breath, my heart beating like a drum. All the witches, vampires and clowns are coming my way.My grey face paint is dripping off of my face because of my sweat. All the little kids with their little kiddie costumes are running nervously with their parents. This is the most haunted Halloween ever. I run back to my house, with no lollies. These odd strangers come into my house and scare the life out of me. The next day I awake in hospital …

The Grocery Store

Jack went to the grocery store. His mum specifically told him NOT to buy anything but a round cabbage. Jack looked around the store, careful not to approach the candy aisle because he knew he couldn’t control himself. Just seeing grey gumballs would send him out of control. Sadly, he couldn’t help himself.He nervously walked down the candy aisle and faced the gumballs. He reached for them and darted out of the store. He completely forgot about the cabbage. Suddenly, he heard a bang. It was a cop’s gun. I forgot to get the cabbage and pay. Mum is not going to be happy! Jack thought.

The Mystery

The only thing in sight was sand. Sand. Sand. And sand. The sun was burning blisters on my skin. The heat was unbearable, so I walked on, and on, and on. Climbing up insanely large sand dunes. My bare feet were on fire and I didn’t even care. I couldn’t even see my hands. I collapsed. The only thing is sight was-black. Black. Black, and a face? I was flying through the sky over the dunes and far, far away. I wake up. I’m not flying anymore but I’m at school and my teacher is speaking to me in a calm but serious voice.