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  • Exposition/Introduction
  • Main Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • One chilly night a few weeks before Christmas, I went to a holiday boat parade with my best friends Madeline and Tate. We didn't want to go in the first place, but Tate's mom wanted us to and we figured and we figured we would enjoy each other's company.
  • Climax
  • The boats were pretty, but there was nowhere to sit down and we could feel ourselves gradually getting bored of the slow-moving parade. So, we did what every early middle school group of friends does: we started a game of truth or dare.
  • Falling Action
  • Some mild dares were exchanged. It was Madeline's turn to ask the question. Tate chose a dare. Madeline proposed her next dare to Tate: "I dare you to act crazy in front of a stranger watching the boats!" I giggled with delight and Tate gasped with horror.
  • Resolution/Conclusion
  • Finally, after some ideas were tossed around between us, Tate approached a middle aged man with gray hair. Madeline and I stood off to the side, laughing as Tate stood on one leg, thrashed her arms around, and shouted nonsense. The man adopted a concerned look on his face and walked away.
  • Soon after the incident, we got back in the car and headed home. We were still laughing about it like crazy in the backseat. Tate's mom dropped Madeline off, dropped me off, then drove away. 
  • Once I was back at home sitting in my bed, I thought about my evening. We had taken a boring event and had a lot of fun with it. Our games had been very fun for all of us, and I was just glad it wasn't up to me to do the dare. 
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