Stinky Wind

Stinky Wind

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There were three girls called Megan,
Sally and Alec. They were mean girls. In the afternoon they’d meet at Sally’s
house. For fun they made lists of people they
didn’t like. If you had big ears or red hair, or a voice that warbled like a magpie, that was enough for them not to like you. The old people knew when the girls were
together because the sun grew dull and things
lost their colour. One day, Megan had a plan. “This is my brothers phone. Nobody knows
his number.” “Yes” “Awesome”. “Okay, let’s text someone”. “Let’s text Trisha”. “The girl with the smelly hair?” “Ew, I hate her hair, ergh.” “Okay what should I say?” “Write ‘Trisha, you stink'” “Yeah, send it.” Megan wrote the message and pressed send. The phone took the message to Trisha. Trisha
cooked the meals and did all the washing in her house because her mother was sick. Trisha didn’t mind. She wanted her mum to get better. Trisha’s
mothers slept in the afternoon so Trisha watched TV. Trisha loved shows
where people had adventure or cooked tasty meals. When Trisha was old enough she wanted to have exciting adventures and become a great cook. Trisha was
cooking when the phone message came. “Oh, who’s this from?” ‘Trisha, everyone at school thinks you stink.’ “I hate you.” ‘Whatever’. Having made Trisha sad. The phone left. She started to cry. She didn’t know who
had sent the message. Trisha’s mother could hear her cry. She called out but Trisha didn’t answer. “Trisha, what’s wrong?” Her mother was too weak to get up Both of them felt a big shame, and the
house became cold like a cave. Meanwhile the phone walked back to Megan. ‘She says ‘I hate you” “What a stinky loser!” “Oh my god, that was so much fun”. “Let’s do it again”. “Who else can we call?” A stinky wind started to blow around the house. The old people knew it was caused by the girls bullying. The girls were crossing a line. “Who else should we text?” “You know that girl who wears thick glasses?” “The ugly one – Rowena?” “Yeah, what should be say?” “She’s ugly and blind?” “That’s so funny”. “Hurry, send it.”
So the phone took the girls’ message to Rowena.
Rowena wore glasses. Sometimes it was a little hard for her
to see Rowena had a deadly drop punt and Leon would run after the ball like
a dog When Rowena’s brother Leon grew up he wanted to be a professional footballer.
When Rowena grew up she wanted to be an eye doctor. Rowena
got the message while she was playing kick to kick with Leon Rowena looked at her phone which was beeping. ‘Rowena, you’re ugly but you don’t know
it because you’re blind’. “I am NOT!” ‘Yes you are, you’re blind and ugly’ Meanwhile, Leon stood in the distance. He
called out to Rowena “Kick the ball, Rowena.” “No, Leon, I’m going inside.” Rowena went inside. She was sick with
bully poison. “You’re a bully” Whatever, bye” ‘Rowena says you’re a bully’. “As if”. “Bullies are boys, stupid.” “And we’re not boys, stupid.” “She’s so stupid.” “What do you expect from someone
ugly and blind?” Outside the stinky wind was blowing stronger. It was so strong colours started
blowing off trees even stinky bugs were leaving the house because of the bad smell. The old people called for the girls to stop. The girls were making a bad wind by being bullies. They didn’t care, and just laughed. (Old people:) “Stop it…” “Stop it…” “Stop it, don’t cross the line.” The girls ignored the warnings about
crossing the line “Who else should we text?” “Let’s text the new girl – Carrie” “Isn’t that that girl who stutters?” “Yeah, why can’t she speak normal? I know it’s not that ha-ha-ha-hard.” “What
should we say?” “Ask her why she talks like a fart”. “…Heh heh heh” “That’s so mean”. “No, it’s not, it’s funny” The phone then took the message to
Carrie. Carrie was new at school The family had come to town because her
father got a job as a park ranger Carrie had a stutter which meant some
words were hard to say. “W-w-w-wangarratta…’. But when Carrie sang she didn’t stutter, not
even on the hardest word. Her father said this was a mystery. (singing) ‘Wangarratta, you’re always on my mind…’ Carrie’s father sometimes took care of
sick animals. Carrie was hand feeding a wallaby when
the text message came. The phone whistled as it walked. (whistling) But this time something weird
happened. No matter how hard it tried the phone couldn’t talk. After trying and trying, the phone gave up and walked back to the girls “What did she say?” ‘Nothing I didn’t
give her your text.’ “Why not?” ‘I can’t give her your message because
she won’t take your call.’ Carrie had met bullies before. Now she only read messages from family
and friends. That way she avoided text bullies. ‘Coonabarabran, I’ll always love you’.
Carrie’s father helped program her phone Now it showed her who a message was
from. If she didn’t know the number she
deleted the message without reading it. Because she didn’t read the nasty
message she finished feeding the wallaby and
felt good about herself. She was happy not to get the girls’ nasty
message. Megan, Sally and Alec flew into a rage because Carrie wouldn’t
listen to them Megan threw her brother’s phone against the wall then she started being nasty to Sally
and Alec. The girls started bullying each other.
Outside the stinky wind grew so strong even the old people couldn’t help. The girls
became trapped in their own stinky world. As long as they wanted to be mean not
even the stinky bugs wanted to be near them. (didgeridoo plays outro…)

11 thoughts on “Stinky Wind”

  1. people who watched this video the wind was all the people farted in the wind
    altogether

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