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Suffering in the classroom: a single sentence story

Popularity 1Viewed 408 times 2017-2-20 21:24 |System category:Others| Very, short, stories

  As the clock slowly ticked its way to noon, and the smell of the lunches cooking in the canteen began to ever so gently, waft into the classroom (today was Texas-food day, it must have been tacos), the girl, in quiet desperation, as if tortured by a thirst gained from sitting in the back of a hot car with the windows up while mom went shopping, finally couldn’t take the wait anymore and committed the most unforgivable of seventh grade classroom sins -  she reached for her cellphone...

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