Igneous rock forming into sedimentary rock
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Wee, oh wait, oh no AAHH!!!
What the heck, where am I!!! And how am breaking into smaller pieces.
Wait why the heck, what has happened to me, I'm so small and why is there so many of me AAAHHH!!!
The rock has be going through the water upon its will to stop going through the water.
WOAH, why am I going up all of a sudden. Its like Im flying, but in the water, WEE!
The igneous rock stays in the water for a long time and then sinks in the water and then goes through the process of erosion and weathering. It then gets broken into little pieces called sediment.
Finally, back on shore and now I can fully become a rock and not stay these little pieces of sediment.
The rock starts to sink. When it sink's, it gets breaken down and the sediment goes into the lake. There is weathering happening in the water as well as erosion.
Feel's good to be a rock. Even a sedimentary. You know what, I thought being a sedimentary would be like play-dough but this life kind nice no cap. I'm harder than Ive ever been!
The sediment uplifts after fully breaking and turning small.
The sediment then floats up to the top to land. The sediment then starts doing cementation and compaction.
The rock fully turns into sedimentary rock and is living the greatest time of his life.