Last week we read a book Call It Courage. Our teacher decided to make some activities with it. Here is one of them!
“Fluffy, come here!” said my owner, even though I was way more clever than this kid.
“Who do you think you are?” I asked. The worst thing is that humans interpret my speech for meowing. Who invented that? We cats have power! I wanted to go to the backyard but later that day my “owner” went out and shut the doors closing me in this cell. This was looking at me funny! No one would treat me like this. My owner stared at me slaughtering the couch. Stupid peasant closed me in the cage. Today the sofa, next time the entire world...
“But dad! I will study better when you will buy me a new console!” I shouted when my dad refused request for the christmas present.
“Yeah… I bought you the keyboard and your learning did not improve at all.” responded dad with a big smile on his face.
“Yes I did, I mean, sort of!” I said while slowly falling from the chair.
When mom walked into the room I knew what is going to happen. “Well, at least I tried.” I thought.
We decided to visit our house in Poland for Christmas. I had to pack-up everything I thought was important. I mean, my phone and my laptop is way more important than underwear and clothes, am I right? Me and my brother decided to take my screen to Poland because we can watch films on it.
“Jack, come here for a moment.” said my mom
After I went upstairs I saw my mom next to my dad with their jackets on.
“We are going shopping,” said mom, “do you want something?”
It sounded normal and nice, but really it was like:
“We are going to waste our money on clothes that we already have a ton of, so do your homework even you already did it and clean the house.”
The punishment was painful but worth it. If we wanted to take the screen with us we had to find the box. We spent all day looking for it and in the evening when we finally decided to check our other basement. We reached our goal. The box was in the box of a tv. When I was about to clean- doorbell. I couldn’t play computer games for two days, actually two weeks but I was nice and they forgot about it, lucky me!
Me and Peter stood right next to each other.
“You ready for this?” asked Pete.
I shook my head and he opened the doors. As I joined the queue I could not hold myself.
“It’s a robbery!” I shouted as I pulled out an 1911 ASG pistol.
“Keep calm, I know the drill.” said quietly shop assistant.
Pete was taking money from the cashier and putting it into a bag. I saw red and blue lights shining through the window.
“Everybody act like nothing happens, or I’m going to hurt you!” ordered Pete.
As the car passed we began to run away from the shop.