Digital Media Interactive Storytelling Exercise A: Memory Narrative
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My best friend, Kye, and I had always been troublemakers in school. Almost every week we were found in the principal's office. One day at recess, Kye and I were talking and he noticed something.
He noticed a dead animal on the playground! Now you can ask anyone to this day what kind of animal it was, but everyone has a different story. So, now whenever anyone talks about this story, we call it the "unidentified dead animal."
Flirting in first grade meant you were mean to the girls you liked, so thats exactly what we did. We decided we were going to chase some girls with this "unidentified dead animal" to "flirt" with them.
We snuck up on the girls very "ninja" like and started chasing them with this "unidentified dead animal."
We would run around chasing them, passing this "unidentified dead animal" back and forth. Eventually, the screaming and running alerted the teacher on recess duty and unfortunately, we were caught.
Our principal was mad at us, of course, but we had been there a million times before, so it didn't bother us at all. We had thought that we sent a good message to those girls we were crushing on and we had a blast doing it. Mission accomplished.
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