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The Mallow Men By Wafa Nurdin Procrastinations a favourite pastime of mine along with being lazy and slacking off I dont blame myself for these dastardly ways I blame my friends Okay I lied I blame the government Who glorifies indolence and being powerful Who can get away with murder and call it justice Who can unlock the secret of getting the caramel into the Caramilk bar Youre thinking Im probably some 17-year-old high school kid without a future I say youre right Im Wantony Nanderson I live to fail Rather my days revolve around having fun with the gang and eating We concoct crazy schemes and this heist was the biggest one yet Whore ya talkin to a shrill voice inquired Larry Shut up Cant you see Im trying to make history here No one cares Larrys face was blank devoid of feeling He was telling the truth I had to take desperate measures I took my pen and tried to stab his fingers It didnt work I gave up just like that one futile attempt was all I needed to be satisfied Damn you Larry Here comes Ms Linas shes fuming Did you poison her hamster again No that was last week Anyhow Ive moved up in the food chain Im on to my older brother hes been annoying me lately I menacingly tapped my fingers together Larry laughed I slapped him Mr Nanderson we meet again This time in less pleasing circumstances A shadow fell upon my open notebook it was she I looked at her willing myself not to break out in laughter I opted for a safer reaction Miss have you been watching The Matrix Your Agent Smith impersonation is just divine Is it really Ive been practicing all week Her pitiful face lit up Oh yeah Its great I gave her two thumbs up Why thank you She blushed and I knew I had averted yet another lecture
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