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Stinky Stick

Yesterday has passed but the more I see it, the longer it lasts. Whenever I see a stick, I could remember one of the most embarrassing experiences in my life.

One day, in grade school, our teacher scolded us with her long stick pointing us. Trying to escape her angriness, I remained silent, imagining if I would be a fairy and would turn her into frog to stop like the one in fairy tales.

Later, in the midst of my imagination, she lent me her stick and be the little teacher. Anxiously, I thought she was going to eat me! Hours passed and I felt like I was going to urinate so I asked permission to go out but she couldn’t hear me. Since she strictly told us that no one would go out unless permitted. I asked and asked and asked yet she never answered. Seriously, deaf or no care at all?

I couldn’t help myself anymore. I gripped on the stick like a lizard and my body seemed to be drifting in a flow of current. My legs began to shake. “God, what am I going to do?” To soothe my agitation, I put it between my legs then ooh my goodness! My sphincter muscles could not carry it any longer. Suddenly, already I felt my mess flowing in the floor. Wet! The stick got stinky.

I was like a star that day, the centre of attraction of my classmates’ big eyes, but really I wasn’t. I was in an unfavourable, wet and stinky skirt, socks, shoes and stick. #300

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