An elephant taxi service, a water ride and a peanut allergy

Date: 2/20/2017

By amandalyle

I was riding on a large elephant with my friends Kylie and Robee. It was an elephant taxi service that was taking us to Sainsbury's. Robee jumped off and Kylie asked "should we get off here too?" But Robee quickly snapped, "nah, I'll go alone!" "What's her beef?" Kylie questioned. "I don't know?" I replied. "Maybe she doesn't like us anymore?" We waited for Robee to walk ahead and then we got off at Sainsbury's, regardless. As we walked towards Sainsbury's, we passed Tulisa (from Ndubs) she was wearing a chavvy shell-suit and was moaning about wanting to change her look. I kept my distance. In Sainsbury's, I was looking at pyjama sets for the boys, but when I looked in the bag at what I had just bought, they were pink "Oh shit! Wrong colour!" I thought. Next scene; I was in the school sports hall. Nothing had changed much, but the warm ups had gotten more intense. I remember seeing a girl I recognise from Instagram. She was pretty. A tomboy with shortish hair, but with stunning eyes and flawless makeup. She was about 10 years younger than me and she seemed overly keen to be my friend. She even pulled out a friendship necklace, which had a pink healing crystal attached to it. "Thank you, it's beautiful!" I lied. It was officially, we were friends for life. In the middle of the sports hall there was a large water flume ride. We had to ride around in rubber dingys. "This looks so much fun!" I said. "Let's go on!" Said my new bestie. Once I was being zapped around in the dingy, I realised that I still had my leather jacket on. "Damn it!" I thought. "It'll get ruined!" Next scene; I was at my mums house. She was busy cooking in the kitchen. There were loads of random emoji cushions on her sofa. "Interesting!" I thought. When I went into the kitchen, I saw that my mums tongue had swollen up 3 times the size and she was barley able to talk. Every time she tried to drink, she'd throw the majority down herself. "What happened?" I asked. "I ate nuts!" She said. "It's an allergic reaction!" I noticed that my dead father was in the room too, but I never saw his face. He had his back to me.