Priscilla and the Wimps

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A girl beats the crap out of someone

Storyboard Text

  • Who is she talking to?
  • They were Klutter's Kobras, a name spelled out in nailheads on six well-known black plastic windbreakers.
  • Then there was Priscilla Roseberry. She was kind of a loner but she had one friend, Melvin Detweiler who was tinier than Priscilla.
  • Melvin's head gets thrown against his locker by a Kobra and that catches the attention of Priscilla.
  • Let's see your pass. Oh and its a pass for short people like you.
  • The Klutter's Kobras ran the school in which Priscilla, Melvin and of course Monk Klutter the leader of the Kobra's. They sold passes that cost a buck and the Kobra's could just walk up to you and ask for a pass.
  • Priscilla then frees Melvin and then makes the Kobra go fetch Monk Klutter for her.
  • Bring this Monk Klutter to me wimp.
  • And then there was Priscilla Roseberry who was someone who wasn't inclined towards organized crime. Priscilla was a loner but she had one friend named Melvin Detweiler and they differed in size. They also had lockers next to each other! 
  • You will be sorry Prisc-
  • One day, one of the Kobra's who like the rest of the gang made sweeps down the halls of the school after it ended. And Mel
  • Can someone get me out of here?!
  • Priscilla then brings her hand down in a chop position and that breaks the Kobra's hold on Melvin's neck. The whole hallway goes quiet due to that no one has ever laid a finger on any of the Kobra's. Priscilla then asks the Kobra who his leader is and he responds by saying Monk Klutter. She then orders him to bring Monk to her. 
  • Monk then strolls up
  • Priscilla then throws Monk into her locker after she also put him in a hammerlock.
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