Wednesday, 27 June 2012

My Shoes are Haunted!

Chapter 3
 So I go out with a gourgeous girl called Jessica.
We were at the movies one day and I was still wearing the shoes because I still couldn't get them off and they made me stamp on her foot!
"What'd you do that for?" she asked me.
"I am so sorry!" I answered.  "It's these stupid shoes! I swear they are haunted!"
"Oh?!" She exclaimed. "Tell me the whole story."
So I told her it all right from the moment I bought the cursed shoes.
"Why don't you just polish the tips of the shoes and say those funny words?" She asked.
Untitled"I can't believe I didn't think of that!" I exclaimed.

So I set about polishing the shoes and reciting these words; 'take this curse and be gone messengers of evil!' Then you have to say it in Afrikaans because they are African shoes; 'hierdie vloek en weg is boodskappers van bose!'
You have to do it for how ever many days otherwise it doesn't work.

Look for the next chapter soon.

Thursday, 14 June 2012


The Government are cutting funding for SPEC and so many children are devastated because of it.

Class sizes will be increased by at least four students and will make classrooms to noisy and each child won't get enough attention from the teacher.
Too Many Hammers
There are so many Intermediates in New Zealand that approximately 1122 teachers will lose their jobs, causing the unemployed population to grow, there for making more people hungry or homeless.

Children in the 21st century need to learn more than just reading, writing and maths in order to get a better job in the future.  SPEC gives us lifelong skills that help us to develop and grow.

So, now I am really glad that the Government has decided to keep funding SPEC because we all really enjoy it.