Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Argument

We trudged into class. Today would be no different. We start with handwriting.
“Ok class,” announced Mrs Campbell. “Today we will learn about when to use capital letters. Firstly, we need to use them at the start of someone's name.”
“I already know this,” groaned Ruby.
“Anyway, let's use Sophie as an example, Sophie, what's your last name?” asked Mrs Campbell.
“Watt.” I mumbled.
“Why are you asking me what your last name is!?”
“My last name is Watt.”
“Why are you asking me?! Just tell me what you last name is!” By now Mrs Campbell must have been screaming inside. But on the outside she was a giant tomato, bursting to let go. Luckily Anya came to rescue both of us.
“Mrs Campbell” Anya calmly said “Sophie’s last name is Watt, W, A, T, T.”

I know the problem was solved, but it's been 3 years and I still remember this moment. So maybe I have some sort of allergy to people starting that argument. That's why I always say to people, “My last name is Watt, W, A, T, T, and if you want to argue with that, then ask Carys Evans what my name is, she'll tell you.”

P.S. No one actually asks Carys.

9 comments:

  1. Very funny Sophie! I thought it was funny when Mrs Campbell thought you were saying 'what' instead of 'watt'! Very funny! And I like the word 'trudged' and the discription 'giant red tomato'! Extremely good story!

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  2. Hillarious Sophie great story, the writing made me feel like I was you and visualising the whole expeiance through your eyes I like the part where you said Anya came to the rescue what if she didnt, what if she was sick that day what would happen then.
    Keep up the good work;)

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  5. Haha, so funny. Nobody actually asks me, but oh well. I love this story, although I can not remember that day. (But I can remember how we did handwriting to start everyday). Great story Sophie!

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  6. This is very funny Sophie and great that it is based on personal experience. I love the metaphor of Mrs Campbell being a tomato. You incorporate so many different styles of writing into your blogs. It is fantastic to see.

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  7. This is a great piece of writing you have here Sophie. I like the bit were you said was a giant tomatoe I can relate to that almost every day because of my rascals of a little brother. Kind regards, Mason

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