don't call me Ishmael
By yware, Updated
Barry bagsley and his group had left James Scobie alone for a week. But I wasn't fooled. Knew something was brewing. It was too different. The was a scrawny year ten kid that was hanging around with that I saw a few times giving boxes to Barry that they quickly stuffed in there bags. Yes, coming was diffidently fishy.
prepare for James scobie to regain his fear!
On Monday the scrawny year ten kid that had been hanging out with Barry, came up to me and haded me a note as I was walking to class. It read, go to the library. When I asked him why he wanted me to go to the library, he mumbled something and walked away. I could tell this was weird. when I made my way to the library, there was nothing there. So I made my way to class.
As I was looking through the window, I could see Barry bagysley was in deep conversation with James Scobie. It seemed a lengthy speech coming from Barry. They then turned and walked towards class with Barry's arm slung around Scobie's neck.
it' only a Mexican bird-eating spider, quite harmless really
before Barry and James came back into class, Danny sat on Scobie's desk and raised his voice so everybody could hear. "prepare for James Scobie's fear to return!" He hopped off and joined joined his usual seat. Scobie came in and sat down at his desk. I tried to make eye contact with him to tell him something was up, but he simply smiled and went on tidying he books.
James went to lift the lid on his desk to get his books out, and I knew thats were the trouble would be. he opened the lid and hundreds of insects and spiders poured out in a cyclone of wings and legs. everybody screamed, and just them miss tarango walked in the room and let the loudest shriek anyone had heard from anyone.
just then, Mr Barker, the vice princaple walked in and imeaditly saw saw James Scobie sitting there with a tarantula the size of a dinner plate crawling across his face. James sat, unnerved about what was happening, ' its actually only and Mexican bird eating spider, which are completely harmless"
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