11 August 2010

The Big Fat Monster

By Dash (an original story)

Oncea pona time there was a Big Fat Monster!!! his name was Mr John, he was very Fat! By eating losts of choclalte and pies he was to Lazy to chace peopole. he watched TV all day His house was a mess.

there was a Naber called cooper hat, he was sick of the mess!

there was choclate wrappers on his brocken trees, pie packets on his window sills. Stickey chomie gum all over his garden.

and cooper hat saide OUT!!! Out of here!!! you messie monster!!! Leeving guarebidge!

at the end, messie Mr John [went] cring all the way into a darck cave, he Loved it!

I thought I would share with you this too-cute story written by my seven year old last night (the one who used to hate to do homework). He has a presentation at school today, and came up with the "messie monster" idea all by himself. I suggested endings like "and then cooper hat helped him tidy up the mess and he learned to reduce reuse recycle!"

Nah mum, he said, rejecting my neatly finished green and moralising ending without a second thought. And he promptly wrote Messie John into a darck cave as quick as he could so he could go and join the nabers playing in the garden.

Playing with the Nabers in the garden, by Miss Fab

Spell check was not used in the above tale (all spelling is original to the author's manuscript).

Interpretations of spelling may be read as follows:
Chomie Gum = Chewing gum
guarebidge = garbage
cring = crying
Cooper Hat = The author's classmate/teammate (an abbreviated name, to make it funnier; his class will get it, and laugh)
Mr John = the author's teacher. I suggested just "John" but he insisted on calling the monster "Mister". At least he's polite, when giving stick, I spose!

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Lyn said...

hahahahaha. AWESOME story Dash!! And as for your attempt at 'garbage' - I think you are a cleverer speller than you actually realise, young man ;-) Lots of great thinking in your version!

Thanks for sharing Simone. Great to start the morning off with a giggle :-)

myletterstoemily said...

i used to LOVE their spelling. one of my sons still
finds it a challenge.

you're such a great mom.

Anonymous said...

That is a fantastic story. Way to go, Dash!! My boy spells exactly the same and I find it just as amusing! :)

Sammy said...

I LOVE it! So cute!

Saretta said...

That's a great story! And I love the way his original spelling is okay by you. Here in Italy they have such high expectations for perfection, it's annoying!
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Simoney said...

PS... Dash scored 7/10 for his story. The class loved it and roared with laughter; the teacher liked it too, but said the ending needed a bit more work... Ha! If only he hadn't been in such a hurry to play with the Nabers!

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