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An Extended Metaphor about why Math Class is Hell It glared at me mocking me jeering at me It silently screamed wicked taunts at my nervous gaze flawlessly manipulating what made me sweat the most It knew how to take advantage of my fear my dread of what awaited Standing high on the wall its demonic face of 12 numbers and twitching hands tortured me with a snide smile I arduously tried to avoid its evil glare and the way the spherical white face splashed with ominous black numbers laughed almost sadistically at my suspense 126 PM it shouted at me 60 seconds until I was devoured by HER This horrific face shrilled sharply in my ears and resonated throughout my body 127 PM it roared with unimaginable zeal It seemed to be only Friday afternoon deep in the foreboding section of the towers of the dreary Washingtonville Castle known merely as Room 321 but to me and the other 27 hostages it was undoubtedly the end of our lives The sinister numerical face laughed hysterically - it knew that this was the brief period of intense anticipation the everlasting minutes before the hostages were to be consumed in a whirlwind of confusion swept of their intelligence and thrust into a muddled and intricate world of bizarre trigonometry logarithms and mathematical induction SHE entered our prison quickly scanned the hostages - checking for any escapees - and proceeded to the central console The console which was black as night smooth as the blade of a knife and smelled of a chalky substance was situated in the front of the dungeon dead centered on the wall and blatantly visible to all the hostages The hostages and myself all felt the apprehension vividly by now It appeared to bubble and spout hot steam as boiling water inside a black tea kettle does Our imprisoner reached the grim black console and entered the simple code D-O-space-N-O-W
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