Alright just felt like writing a story down all characters are fictional except maybe Suki, Steath, and me since I still havent come up with a cool protagonist name. Anyways off with the story I think it's gonna be third person. Also this idea is still a baby so Ill prolly add more to it in the future.
Ah heights high an odd little school filled with mystery and adventure along with the interesting students who go here. Our story starts off with Jose the hero of this story; he's an odd fellow but jolly. Today he's monitoring the 3rd graders at lunch, a job he enjoys actually. "Alright alright guys settle down you can reminisce after you finish eating"
"So controlling Jose when are you going to stop being such a bossy boots" sneered Suki. Suki was a year younger than Jose and she somewhat despised him at the same time had a love for him that no one could describe HA! well anyways today she was monitoring the 5th graders who thought they were hot stuff since the were almost 6th graders.Well Jose ignored Suki's taunt and began talking with the 3rd graders.
"Jose do you think the kappas exit?" One of the third graders asked.
"Well of course they do!" said Jose with a big a** smile on his face,
"In fact story has it that there is kappa in this school hidden deep within the depths of the old playground."
"I heard they eat children" Shivered one 3rd grader.
"Ha where did you hear that kappas are cute gentle creatures who only want your cucumbers." Jose said with a laugh, the children awed in Jose's knowledge of the kappa. Suddenly Suki and her posse of 5th graders threw an uproar as they butted in the conversation of what the kappas eat.
"Jose you idiot! they obviously like pickles!" Exclaimed Suki "YEAH!" Said the 5th graders
"Suki who's the Kappa expert here clearly its me so mind your own business and tend to your flock." Pouted Jose as he poked Suki's face. Suki pushed Jose and said "Pickles!"
The 3rd then started crying "Cucumbers!" as the 5th graders yelled back "Pickles!"
This went on back and forth until suddenly from out of the blue a banana flew and struck a 3rd grader. He was out for the count but instead of anger every 3rd grader's face lit up, filled with excitement and adrenaline as Suki yelled,"FOOD FIGHT!"
"Wait! What!? No!" Cried Jose, but it was to late the scene was tremendous as food glided from side to side as the 3rd and 5th graders fought on. Some 5th graders would just fly from there seats from the explosion of the apple grenades the 3rd graders threw; others cowered in fear as they covered from the blast of peas. The 5th graders hadn't no idea what they had gotten into when they engaged the fight with little effort they were easily buried by food.
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