July 4th, 2006

writing: it never killed anyone

Teeny Tiny Tony and Teeny Tiny

Happy Fourth of July to those in the States. Happy US Independence Day to everyone else.

Once again, Mum has been cleaning out her file cabinet and taking a trip down Memory Lane. This means that every now and then I hear, "Sujin, come look at this!" and I get to see some fragment of my past that I hardly remember. Today she found a short story that I wrote sometime in elementary school. I'm guessing second or third grade because my writing was legible and I was actually writing short stories, not rambling on until I find a plot. Anyway, here's the story:

Teeny Tiny Tony and Teeny Tiny

Once upon a time there was a teeny tiny boy named Teeny Tiny Tony. He lived in a teeny tiny house with teeny tiny parents. He also had a teeny tiny dog named Teeny Tiny. Teeny Tiny was very playful.

One day Teeny Tiny Tony went outside with Teeny Tiny. They played fetch with a teeny tiny frisbee. Teeny Tiny was very good at playing fetch. He was the best player in the neighborhood.

Teeny Tiny Tony threw the teeny tiny frisbee very hard. He threw it so hard that the teeny tiny frisbee landed at Teeny Tiny Elementary School. He decided to get it the next day.

The next day was Saturday. Teeny Tiny was following Teeny Tiny Tony to the teeny tiny school. A very hard wind was blowing everything away. The teeny tiny wind blew Teeny Tiny Village away. That is the end of Teeny Tiny Village.

Now for the real challenge: reading the story as fast as you can.
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