The Silly Putty Monster One day, I brought my Silly Putty to school, but Mrs. Dekalb saw me taking it out of my backpack, so she took it away [into her office]. [The next day] I brought more to school, but then she put those on her [office] desk [too]. As the days went by, Mrs. Dekalb had 21 Silly Putty eggs on her [office] desk.
Then a kid got in trouble and [so he] was forced to go in her office, where he found the Silly Putty. He mixed all of the 21 eggs together. The more Silly Putty I brought to school, the more Silly Putty was on her desk. And the more the kid got in trouble, the more the glob got bigger. Soon, the glob of Silly Putty was 74 inches off the ground.
This time, a student brought his remote-controlled army tank [to school, and it was] taken and put into the office. The kid got in trouble again [and was sent to the office, where] he put the Silly Putty onto the army tank, and the putty hardened up. He hid the new toy and pretended to be bored.
The Magic Window (2005)It was a chilly Friday in my bedroom. I was as bored as a starving pig. This is the day that I noticed the window [had] opened by itself.
I was playing the game "Zelda: Majora's Mask," [and] I was in the fairy fountain on the game. [The] last time I checked, my window was closed, but this time, it was open! I went to take a peek out. I shoved my head out, but it's more like my body, because I [was forced] out [of] the window!
I fell, but before I landed, I managed to catch myself. I looked forward and saw a fairy fly past me! I was sad, and began to cry because I didn't have anything to catch it with. But there was a puddle on the floor, and my tears made a song as they fell into the puddle. The Great Fairy appeared in front of my eyes.
This wasn't the type of fairy that heals me, instead it granted me a wish. I wished that I was back home, and POOF, I was back in my bedroom, and on the game the Great Fairy
House of the Birds (2005)One day, a little girl saw a bird, and she had birdseed with her, too. So the girl fed the bird and every day, more and more birds came to get food. Until one day, the backyard was full of birds, and the little girl walked outside with a bag of birdseed she had been using. She stuck her hand inside the bag and said, "There's none left."
The birds got closer and closer to the girl and the girl backed up a few a steps. The birds got [even] closer and jumped on her and pecked her brain out.
Another day, a fancy old woman came to the very same house and got a broom and shooed the birds but they just backed up a bit but got closer, however. The birds jumped on her but the lady still had the broom and hit the birds. They ran away and never came back until one day...birds ate every single humans' brain [to the point] that everyone [still alive] became the birds' slaves.
The birds got bored [of the humans' cooperation as their slaves] and attacked eac