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  • Dreadful seemed to be a compliment compared to the current situation I was in. It seemed to be hours since I last saw daylight, and I knew there was no easy way out of this ghastly dungeon. I looked around for a way to escape, but to my dismay I had only found old cards, some string, a few puzzle pieces and about 67 cents in loose change.
  • Desperate to liberate myself from this cramped room, I walk to the door I had originally entered to see if there was any chance of leaving this clammy chamber, but before I could get my fingers around the knob I heard the soft crescendo of steps from the “Punisher.”
  • I scramble around the room looking for something that could possibly be used as a disguise, and hidden amongst the dirt and the bugs behind the sleeping quarters I have been given was a mask. This would be the perfect cover to allow myself to easily fool the Punisher and set myself free!
  • Right as I had put it on, the door swung open and I saw him standing there. Nearly 12-feet tall, he towered over me, with no weapon aside from his bare hands. Upon his first glance of the room, he seemed to have look right over me, but when he looked closer we met eyes and soon my confidence turned to fear.
  • With no time to wait, I did my best impression of an Englishman who had lost his way and somehow ended up in this dungeon. After a few moments of silence, I heard a low chuckle bellowing from him. . He walked closer to me, and without any warning swiped my mask right off my face! I had been exposed, and now there was no way of fooling him!
  • With tears running down my face, I beg for mercy. He stops, and asks me one simple question. “Do you know why you’re in timeout?” Looking up at him, I say “I didn’t let my little sister play in the sandbox with me." My dad lowered his hand, and with that I felt instant relief. ” He steps away from the door, clearly a sign telling me to apologize. I walk out of the door with a feeling of both victory and defeat. I got lucky this time, but that wasn’t going to stop me from protecting MY sandbox.
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