Okay, now that attendance is taken, everyone gather your lunch sacks and get in line to load the bus.
My mom packed me some extra food that I’ll share with you.
This is the cloth that the deceased people get wrapped in. In other words this is what mummies are wrapped in.
Dude can we go?
Yeah, this is boring. Let's go.
Oh no! Now I'm stuck and this is not goo, this is quicksand.
Yeah, I guess you are right.
I will get you out.
Ummm, I think I'm stuck in goo.
Now we're doomed.
Man this is so much better than listening to Mr. Smith go on and on about mummy cloth.
Yes, Larry. Mummies are dead.
I think we are in an actual mummy tomb.
What even is mummification?
Wait. Mummies are dead, right?
Where are we and how did we get out?
That might also help you get a better grade.
They are supposed to be dead!
Wow. Maybe I should start paying attention in class because that is really interesting..
That mummy is moving! RUN! I thought you said mummies were dead!!
"They are supposed to be dead!"
Larry wake up before Mr. Smith sees you sleeping.
First, the embalmers would use spices to preserve the body. Next, the would remove the brain. Then, they would remove internal organs, such as the liver, lungs, stomach, and intestines. Next, the body would be laid on a slab with salt and tilted so the water would drain out. It stayed like this for 40 days. Finally, oils were put on the body and the body was wrapped in yards of linen.