Da Flying Whale.

Well these two people must be having the time of their life. It just looks weird to me, I mean seriously? It’s literally the whale carrying the plane instead of the plane carrying the whale.

So how is the blue whale carrying them if blue whales can’t fly? That’s what i want to know. Wouldn’t the air be too thin up there? They must be freezing up there. I would not want to be up there probably. I wonder how high it is.

100 WC

prompt: we seemed to be on television…

I was just being ordinary watching TV or as they say television, I scrolled through the channels and I went on channel 8. All the channels were boring to me until I saw this.

I’M ON TV!!! No way this isn’t life. But I’m on tv.

This doesn’t really happen, it’s so weird.

I wanna go talk to the people who put me on.

(On the phone). Ok I’ve talked to them, now they are saying that I wasnt on tv.

I’m feeling creeped out now, I’m gonna watch it again.

I’m not there.

Poem

That giant globe. It just sits there. And that’s basically it. Its got all the countries and islands like Maui.

No – one really uses it. That must be why it sits there.

Ze End

Mario in Baldi’s Basics

Mario was so stupid in maths so SMG4 called BALDI.

Baldi picked up the phone and SMG4 said

“Someone needs to learn their Basics!

Mario was already getting taught by, but the teacher said he was too stupid to be teached so the teacher quit teaching QUICK MATHS.

Then Baldi was coming and Mario was sleeping on his chair with a damn book on his face.

It eventually fell off and Baldi was staring at Mario.

Baldi said,”Problem 1 8+2”, Mario answers,

“Dats easy for me, 21″

Baldi just goes to the next question.”Problem 2, 0-9”,

“Uhhhh 1?”

Then this is what Mario does next.

“I did it! I did it!”,

Quickly after Mario’s celebration Baldi says…

“WROOONG!!”

Then he slaps Mario away.

“Problem 3, 9+1”,

Then what Mario would usually say.

“Om 5???”,

Baldi got so angry he went to his desk and grabbed his RULER

100 Word Challenge

“Mum! Look what I found outside!” I said. “What did you find son?”

“I found this Lego guy and I want to get him.”

“Well get him.”

“I can’t he’s covered in ladybugs.”

“Oh well sorry i can’t.” Mum said.

“*sigh* guess I can’t get him… Oh wait! I can use gloves!

So I went to the kitchen and found the gloves I went back outside and used the gloves.

“Okay i’m not gonna like this but. If I want it i will get it.”

So I reach in and grab him.

“Ewww he’s covered in ladybugs!”

Guess I’m done.

Tsunamis

Tsunamis are giant waves from the sea and are very destructive. A tsunami is caused by earthquakes or meteors. Tsunamis are giant ocean waves caused by a large earthquake, they are also known as seismic sea waves.

The name “Tsunami” is Japanese and means “Harbor wave”, there also are tidal waves which are similar to tsunamis. Tsunami is Japanese but it’s now used in English. The term “Tsunami” is from Japan and means harbor (tsu) wave (nami).

Tsunamis occur by meteors or earthquakes. They are caused by sudden movement from the ocean, basically underwater earthquakes. Tsunamis happen mostly in the Pacific Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea and the Caribbean.

People measure tsunamis with a recorder. The recorder transmits with buoys, the buoys relay measurements of wave height to the satellites.

The maximum height of a tsunami is 1720 feet (543 meters) which probably was the highest tsunami ever. The normal height of a tsunami is 30 meters but 543 meters (1720 feet) is a whole lot higher.

Tsunamis are giant waves from the sea and are caused by underwater earthquakes.              

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Glossary:

Destructive: causing great and irreparable damage.

Seismic: relating to earthquakes or other vibrations of the earth and its crust.

Harbor Wave: tsunami

Underwater Earthquakes: earthquakes that are underwater in the ocean.

Meteor: a small body of matter from outer space that enters the earth’s atmosphere, becoming incandescent as a result of friction and appearing as a streak of light.

Transmit: cause (something) to pass on from one person or place to another.

Buoys: an anchored float serving as a navigation mark, to show reefs or other hazards, or for mooring.

Information about Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis

Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is a type of lung disease and also the longest letter in English. It is caused by inhaling very fine ash and sand dust, so be careful if you are near a volcano.

Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is a very rare disease, why because volcanoes are hard to find so Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is rare.

Now that’s all I can think for Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis the longest word in English.