The School has issued a No Water Bottle rule as of Monday. No student is allowed to have a water bottle within the halls and classrooms. If any student is seen with a water bottle they will be asked to throw it away immediately. This story line is an example of Exaggeration Satire Writing. Exaggerating the effects of the no water policy.
Ma I went to the slammer today.
Baby girl why is that?
I was getting ready to leave class, so I was packing up. I had my water bottle on the desk. When the teacher walks by and asks "why I had the bottle on the desk?"
She was in possession of a bottle with a clear liquid in it!
What seems to be the issue?
This is outrageous!
Mr. Rip, with all due respect I don't appreciate Mr. Ackerman singling me out all because I was packing my things up to go to my next class, which Mr Ackerman has made me late for.
I bet she's been doing this for awhile.
I am going to ask you this once: Is what Mr Ackerman saying true?
While I'm in your gracious presence, I would like to discuss with you why you made it a rule that your students aren't allowed to have water bottles. The water fountain are hideously disgusting and possibly contain more germs than a daycare.
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