How to eat fried worms
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EEEEEEEEEEW salmon casserole!
I would eat fifteen worms if somebody bet me $100.
How to eat fried worms Written by thomas rockwell created by Zachaary Baker
ladies and gentlemen the moment you've been waiting for
In the beginning Tom wouldn´t eat his salmon casserole. And Billy said he would eat fifteen worms if somebody bet him $100 dollars. But then Allen came by and heard what they were talking about so he bet Billy $50 that he couldn't eat fifteen worms in fifteen days.
this is fake!!
Allen, Joe and Billy went to a baseball game and they planed to stuff Billy up so he would lose the bet. They thought he would fall asleep on the car ride home and in the morning he would forget all about it. And lose the bet because he didn't eat a worm that day.
When Billy was dropped off he went inside to brush his teeth but all of a sudden he realized that he forgot to eat the worm so he ran to Tom's house and he woke Tom and his little brother. When they were searching for worms they found one but Billy had to eat it raw. Tom's little brother got an megaphone and woke up everybody up in the neighborhood by Allen's house and Billy ate the worm.
When Billy was going to eat the fifteenth worm he realized that it was a bunch of beans glued together and then Allen came storming in and tackled Billy then Joe locked him in a closet.
At the end of the story, Billy's father came in he said that Billy couldn't eat anymore worms so he was sent to his room. But then Billy saw Tom outside and he had a box tied to an envelope. Then Tom threw it up and Billy caught it. Billy opened it and there was a worm inside. He held his head back and ate the worm. Billy won the bet and got the mini bike. The theme of this book is, if you work hard for something you will succeed.
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