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This is the story of Frances Farmer as told by her Samsung cellphone It might be a little unorthodox to be reading a story by acellular device but dont knock it just yet this one has got some goodstuff to say As said before this will be the story of Frances Farmerand the time she learned to never work at her schools footballconcessions while on her period The day started out normal The alarm went off and Frances woke upat six on a Friday morning to could visit her friends that morning Shehad signed up to work concessions earlier in the week and the day hadfinally come Concessions were usually a fun place to work at but thistime was different She slipped me in her pocket as always and was onher way to school Two text messages to her friends Aaliyah and Siggysignaled her arrival The ride was bumpy as she walked toward the gatesand all her friends The work began with filling French fries basketsstuffing popcorn into bags pouring cheese onto nachos and squirtingflavors in Slush Puppies Minutes felt like hours before she checked thetime and a glimpse of light at last entered her pocket where her phonewas nestled Everything seemed fine This order of business continued for sometime until the trouble began The smell of grease was becomingoverwhelming to Frances The incessant rays of light streaming into herpocket gave away that she wasnt working anymore Why not Her shiftwasnt up yet but her lunch was coming back up Ew right The thing isshe didnt throw up You cant just throw up in front of customersThats insanely rude Her pocket shifted as she walked outside toward atrash can The rumbling in her tummy wasnt a good sign and nothing madeit cease She tried and tried to get rid of it but to no avail so shestill didnt feel any
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