The Adventures of the Frog--Part 1

Fiction By Ariel // 12/22/2008

Once upon a time there was a frog named Fred. Fred lived in a glass cage in the science room at some elementary school in Florida. Every morning, when the students came into class, Fred would plop himself right smack dab in the center of his cage and give everyone of those poor unfortunate students a very nasty glare. Most of the students were too busy wondering what kind of torture Mr. Smapps had in store for them that day to notice the glowering frog, and some of the more observant children would take a quick glance into the glass sided cage to make sure that the amphibian wasn’t out of water or dead flies. If only those poor children had known why Fred was staring at them so intently, they would have run screaming out of that science classroom as fast as their short little legs would carry them. There were a couple children in-particular that Fred stared the hardest at. If they had only known the things that were hopping through the diabolical little toad’s head, they might not have done the things they did.
There was one very annoying child who Fred absolutely detested and stared the hardest at. His named was Jamison Jeffery Jenkins McMervey-- a name which was only invented to cause young boys much pain, misery, and an occasional trip to the nurse’s office. Jamison Jeffery Jenkins McMervey had two very large front teeth, straw like blond hair that never seemed to stay in its proper place. He liked to spend his time terrorizing the kindergarteners and knocking very had on Fred’s glass. It’s bad enough to be tortured by a little boy with a runny nose and oversized black glasses, but it’s especially bad when that boy has a mother, and that mother’s name is Agatha Agnes McFearson McMervey!
Agatha Agnes McFearson McMervey was the type of woman that enjoyed her time at the beauty shop so much that she decided, just to save time, she should just stay in her slippers and curlers all day. Her long plastic nails were always painted a rich, blood like red color and she never went anywhere unless she was wearing her purple, velvet exercise pants. She gave everyone that she met terrible nightmares, not because of her wardrobe (which did help in a way), not with her sequin covered purses, but with the awful, earsplitting, absolutely terrifying sounds that proceeded out of her lipstick smeared lips.
This particular day, as Fred sat frowning at the small people streaming through classroom door, a very terrible thing happened. Mr. Smapps, the science teacher, stood up and cleared his throat. When Mr. Smapps cleared his throat there was always instant silence. So between the ticks of the clock, the teacher made his announcement.
“My dear small annoying students, I have a very important announcement to make. Today I and my assistants will be teaching all you runny-nosed children the art of DISECTION!!!!” Mr. Smapps slammed his scalpel into the desktop as he announced the dreaded word. A few gasps a came out of the poor frightened children’s trembling lips and sound of chattering teeth filled the room. The dastardly teacher turned from the terrorized children on from of him with the smile of an evil science teacher still on his lips. The frog in the cage felt his already cold skin grow colder and the man pointed his scalpel in the direction of the cage.
“As our dissection specimen, we will be using the FROG”

DUN DUN DUN DA!!!!

Comments

Just so everyone knows, this

Just so everyone knows, this story was very spur of the moment. I just sat down and started writing.

You can probiably tell that I've been watching "A Series of Unfortunate Events" The science teacher is a lot like Count Olaf:):)
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"Pretty soon people are going to come to look at it. And some of those people will be... realtors!"--Klaus Baudelaire

Ariel | Tue, 12/23/2008

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

This was

This was funny!
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"Elves and Dragons! Cabbages and potatoes are better for me and you. Don't go getting mixed up in the business of your betters, or you'll land in trouble too big for you." — Hamfast Gamgee (the Gaffer)

Clare Marie | Tue, 12/23/2008

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"I don't know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve." -Bilbo Baggins [The Lord of the Rings]

Well thank

Well thank you:)
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Ariel | Tue, 12/23/2008

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

Great!

OH NO!!! What will happen next? Will Fred escape? Will he learn what it's like to have your innards studied intently by children? Oh the torture of being forced to use patience and wait!! Lol This was funny. The this i this up spur of the moment are never very good
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Keri | Wed, 12/24/2008

lol

..."My dear small annoying students"...

I love Lemony Snicket, he's amazing
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So as soon as the door of 27 closed on Mr. and Mrs. Darling there was a commotion in the firmament, and the smallest of all the stars in the Milky Way screamed out:
"Now, Peter!"
-J.M. Barrie

Anna | Wed, 12/24/2008

I have hated the words and I have loved them, and I hope I have made them right. --The Book Thief

thanks

I love Lemony Snicket too. There's just something about his writing that is so amusing to me:)
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"Pretty soon people are going to come to look at it. And some of those people will be... realtors!"--Klaus Baudelaire

Ariel | Wed, 12/24/2008

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Hee!

"Now it isn't that I don't like you, Susan, because, after all, in moments of quiet, I'm strangely drawn toward you, but - well, there haven't been any quiet moments." Cary Grant from 'Bring up Baby'

The Brit | Wed, 12/24/2008

And another Ha! "Now it

And another Ha!

"Now it isn't that I don't like you, Susan, because, after all, in moments of quiet, I'm strangely drawn toward you, but - well, there haven't been any quiet moments." Cary Grant from 'Bring up Baby'

The Brit | Wed, 12/24/2008

Oh, I'm sooooo glad you all

Oh, I'm sooooo glad you all like it so much:) It makes me joyful! That was for you, Brit!!! LOL
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"Pretty soon people are going to come to look at it. And some of those people will be... realtors!"--Klaus Baudelaire

Ariel | Wed, 12/24/2008

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

AHHHHHHHHHHAHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!
*screaming* No!!! not Fred!

Hannah | Sun, 01/11/2009

Gulp!!!

I love it!!!
Not the cute little frog!

I am Nate-Dude | Sun, 01/18/2009

Nate-Dude

Hey Nate-D, your back!!!!

Hey Nate-D, your back!!!! I'm glad you like the story.
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Ariel | Mon, 01/19/2009

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"To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. No great and enduring volume can ever be written on the flea, though many there be that have tried it." -- Herman Melville

Poor frog, poor public

Poor frog, poor public shcooled children, no wander Fred's so unhappy!

Luv the scary music at the end!

I like frogs... =)

Tayme | Sun, 08/08/2010

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