There is this kid in my AP English class who really seems to like writing mini stories on the class Wikispace's discussion page. Enjoy! (will be updated when there's more)
Him: Ethan is awesome
Once upon a time, there was a bright young boy named Ethan. This boy was so amazing that he would go onto his class wikispace page and write tiny stories on it. Luckily, (uber mormon AP english teacher), the teacher, never caught Ethan.
Some other kid: I am Confused and Mistakes Lead to Adventure
One day, a fellow third period student wandered onto the class Wikispace page to improve her grade. As she was trying to figure out how to post a new discussion topic, something she had forgotten how to do because her computer screen has a black crack on it that conveniently covered the correct button, she accidentally clicked on the "edit" button. She discovered the mystical Ethan's tale and her life was changed forever. She will now be forever confused questioning where exactly this text is placed. The end.
Him: But Alas! Ethan's epic story has vanished when the new term swooped in! Will the story ever be found again? Or shall our dashing hero go on another quest, one full of glory, fame, and a whole lot of syntax?
Me: ....Dude just click on the "Pages and Files" link near the top if you want to find your story.
Him: Due to an unlikely friend, Ethan is able to once again remember his epic adventure! Even though this is great news to the hero (and his amazing followers) he feels the need to travel somewhere else? Shall it be a 1963 Birmingham Alabama? Maybe mid 1800s to meet a boy named Huckleberry Finn? TUNE IN NEXT TIME TO FIND OUT WHERE OUR COURAGEOUS HERO WILL GO NEXT!!
How do I admit to my good folks that I failed a class? I plan on retaking it for a better grade but I feel like they hold me to high standards since I'm in college, and thus I'm afraid of spilling the beans since I betrayed that.