Enhanced Reality

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: 1:40
Place: School
Activity: Lunch

          Katie daintily pulled the outsides of the corn dog off and placed them in her mouth.  Doing this, she had exposed the inside of the hotdog to Lilly. 

“Ewwwww!” Lilly exclaimed. 

“What?” Katie asked.
          In reply, Lilly pointed at the exposed hotdog.  Katie spinned the stick so the hotdog faced her and made a face. 

“Oh my gosh, that’s so gross!” Katie said. 
          Ariana and Alex of course had to look and see the hotdog.  Near the top and bottom of the hotdog the “meat” was a darker color than the rest, and it even had a green tint to it. 

“This is why I only eat the outsides.” Katie said, although she had lost her appetite. 
          Lilly grabbed the corn dog and peeled the rest of the outside off, then raised her hand.  A lunch lady stomped on over.  

“What do you want?” The lunch lady asked Lilly.  Lilly did not have a good reputation with the lunch ladies. 

“Is this edible?” Lilly asked. 

“What?” The lunch lady, apparently deaf, asked again. 

“Am I supposed to eat this?” Lilly repeated, louder.  

          The lunch lady examined it closely, pushing her glasses up higher on her nose. 

“Looks fine to me.” She said, and lumbered away. 
          Lilly dropped it on the table.  It bounced in a perfect arc and landed on Katie’s tray. 

“Looks like it’s made of rubber to me.” Alex muttered. 
          Ariana took the inedible hotdog and began to dissect it.  You don’t want to know any more. 

Lessons of the day:

  • Don’t eat school food
  • If you have to eat school food, don’t look at what you’re eating too critically.  You won’t like what you see.

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