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When I was younger, I used to write stories that'd feature my entire class. I'd kill off all the people in the class I didn't like, in the stories.

I found the teacher's comments of the story. My story was "great" and I should "keep up the good work".

Looking back, something about those comments irks me. Does this mean my teacher was enjoying my methods of killing people?

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No. They were just scared of becoming the next subject of your murderous stories and so was trying to divert your thoughts away from them.

Today, they'd call the cops on you.

It'd help if you were to live in the American Midwest, though.

Help you get in trouble, I mean.

Which isn't all that helpful, if we want to be straightforward.

How... patronizing? >>;

That or she wasn't really reading them. In which case I would be jealous because teachers like that = easy A's.

I feel like writing a lot of nostalgic things about school in my journal. The times I was a nasty git.

Your poofy hair icon is scary.

I dunno.... How were you killing people?

Well, I wouldn't directly kill them. But we'd, say, be on a boat and the fat kid would be thrown out of the boat to keep it from sinking. Then we'd hit Morocco and one kid would be cut up for an exotic meal, a few would get lost, a few would become slaves.

By the end of it there'd just be me and the HOT LADIES.

Brilliant. Thanks for the much-needed laugh. :D

Maybe you were right in your analysis of who deserved to die.

"Dean - excellent use of imagery! You really brought a tight focus to the scene where that bitch Jenny has thousands of scorpions burst out of her skull. Very vivid! I also loved how you captured Fatty's utter fatness.

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK - A++ [smiley face]"

I'm sure someone must have linked the fat kid and the slopes we had for people on wheelchairs, to Indiana Jones and the infamous boulder chasing him.

It was odd, given that the slopes were too raised an angle for anyone on wheels to be able to get up any of the slopes, making them useless unless someone was behind pushing them up.

Made for good slopes for the miniature cars we all loved in that day and age.

Thank you - Now I have an image of me as Indy and the Professor starring in a special role as The Boulder. XDDDD

Haha, I did the same thing. I was in the 7th and 8th grades. Not so far into the future was Columbine, so I was damn lucky I didn't get hauled off to jail or anything. :O

As I just said to someone else, after more thought...

I think I know why I did it. I wanted to write about certain people in the group but I was scared of not including some of the others. Also, it was my way of taking out some of the frustration of getting bullied by some of them, and from Mum's boyfriend at the time. I think the comical ways the people disappeared and the fact they were never declared dead, just thrown out of the stories to make things simpler, made the teacher just react in a positive way, that it was just silly.

I don't think it was silly, I wouldn't have hurt any of those kids, but I did wish I never knew some of them. The fact I had the ability to put them into a story just to get rid of them pleased me, it was what I wished could happen in reality.

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