Enhanced Reality, The Hallway Adventure

The following story has been modified from it’s original version. It has been formatted to be more funny. The characters in this story are real people. There names have all been changed besides mine (Katie). It is your job to determine what is real and what isn’t.

Time: 8:15 AM
Place: School
Activity: Wandering the halls before class

          Walking through the halls, Katie and Ariana search for Lilly.  They travel to the media center, where Lilly can sometimes be found before class starts.  As they round the corner, Ariana and Katie run into some eighth grade friends of theirs, Shelby and Mackenzie. 

“Hi!” Shelby says, and hooks her arm through Katie’s.  
           Before Katie can object, she’s been  into the eighth grade hallway.  The eight grade hallway is filled with big, stinky kids.  They are so used to their own stink that they don’t even smell it anymore. 

“Where were you even going, anyways?” Mackenzie asked. 
          Katie is so frozen with fear of the eighth grade hallway that it takes her a minute to reply. 

“Media center.” She whispered. 
          Shelby let’s go of Katie’s arm, right in the middle of the hallway.  With no way to tell which way she had come from in the mass of smelly bodies, Katie had no choice but to follow Shelby and Mackenzie into one of their classrooms. 

“Oh look!  She followed us!  And so did Ariana!  Good puppies!” Shelby says. 
          In her fear, Katie didn’t even realize that an oblivious Ariana, absorbed in her book, had followed her into the eighth grade hallway.  When Katie looked back at where Shelby and Mackenzie were standing, she saw that they were no longer there.  Glancing out into the eighth grade hallway, Katie curled into a ball on the floor and wept.  How was she to escape? 

Lessons of the day:

  • Never go into the eighth grade hallway without an eighth grade guide
  • Don’t trust Shelby and Mackenzie
  • If you do find a guide to take you into the eighth grade hallway, keep track of that guide, as they have a knack for disappearing.   

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