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The Invisible Ugly Monster at School

A myth submitted to the site by Ellie

Wales, Wales

One day I was in the park, just then I turned my head and I saw a slobby, sticky, gewy creature it had hairy feet, spiky legs, long toe nails and a mashmallow round stomach.
I started to walk over to the slobby creature and whispered, " Who are you and what are you doing here " and she replied " I have ran away from my parent's and my name is lexi. I have no friend's so i wanted to now will you be my friend please ? "
I wanted to say no but i could not say that so I replied "yes no problem " just that moment my friend's ran over and weadly shouted " why have you got you're hand up in the air " and i replied " meet lexi she is my friend and I told her that she could play with us today " but my friend's just stood there and laughed ,laughed ,laughed and then whispred , " there is no one there" .
I replied "yes there is girl's look " but just then I knew that I could see it and it is invisible to all the rest of the people in my school. Then I fort that they won't see it.

Just then it was school time and I was woried if I take it in to school I don't now what it could get up to so I took it in and sat it down next to me where no one sat. Then it was English, then math's then dinner then sience then biography then it was home time.
I asked it " do you want to come home with me and then she replied "yes please" so then we stepped onto the bus and showed him my card . I was so lucky that it was invisible so it can get on for free so then we went home and I told mam . She whispered "yes no problem it can stay with us" and then we stayed best friend's forever and ever .


By Ellie
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