Etta and the great race

Etta and the great race
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  • I wish it was always like this.
  • Today is such a nice day.
  • Sure, that would be great fun!
  • Do you want to have a swimming competition, I am a very fast swimmer !
  • I need to win this, I have to!
  • I will go easy on her, but of course, I will win. I am the best swimmer, king of the sea!
  • It is a warm day in March and Etta and Neptune are hanging out at the beach together and everyone is having a very good day. There is no conflict yet.
  • Etta, Do not be upset you did very good in the race and you where a very fast swimmer. 
  • I should have won! I am the best swimmer of all, and you are a horrible swimmer. I was the one who should win! ME!
  • Soon after they talk for a bit Etta asks Neptune is he wants to race and she is bragging that she is a very fast swimmer and is implying that she is going to beat Neptune in the race.
  • Very well then. Because you where such a sore loser and for your boastfulness, you will be turned into plankton.
  • No! I'm telling you, I am the bes.....
  • A few moments later... Neptune is ahead of Etta by a lot. Etta is becoming really upset and mad that she is losing
  • I should have won! This is not fair at all. I will still race and I will win!!!!
  • After the race, Neptune sees that Etta is upset and he tries to calm her down and congratulate her, but Etta is not happy and is very mad she lost.
  • Once trying to congratulate Etta Neptune has had enough of Etta being a sore loser and saying that she is better so he turns her into plankton and puts her into the ocean.
  • Later that night... Etta turned into plankton. Whenever Etta loses an imaginary race it makes the Bioluminescent waves glow and light up.
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