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7th grade math tests were a strain on my pencil. Halfway through, my pencil decided to give in, so I had to ask my neighbor if I could borrow one. Bad choice.
While working, I made a mistake. As I went to try and erase it, that puny eraser on that old #2 pencil also gave up on me. It made a mark like color on a white crayon when used right on that confusing problem. But I was idiotic that day, and kept trying to erase it.
Right when I was about to stop, I ripped my test. My problem concluded of eraser crumbs, dirty chalky-looking paper, and half my page hanging of my desk.
Staying calm, I asked my teacher for another test. Since I was about done with the test before that eraser happened in my life, she just said to use tape. Tape does NOT solve everything.
There was barely any tape and time left in class, so I rushed to put together my math test again. Once again, I had made a bigger mess than before. Black splotches, remains of poor erasers, and now tape to accomplice my messed up paper.
Lesson 1, don't borrow #2 pencils if you don't know where they came from. Lesson 2, don't keep erasing once the damage has been done. Most important lesson, tape does not solve your problem.
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