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Fairy Tale

June Essay

Fairy Tale

There are so many different fairly tales to pick from, so I decided to make up my own
version of ABobby and Steven Up The Bean Stock@.


Once upon a time there was a 15 year old boy name Bobby who was extremely bored. Bobby was
out building his motocross track and a bean fell from the sky right in front of him. He
didn=t think anything of it, so he just kept building his jump, and he buried it over the
jump. Bobby was getting thirsty so he went in the house to get a drink of gatorade. When
he came back out to the jump he saw a weed sprouting out of the jump. But as usual he
thought nothing of it and kept building. When he was done, he watered the whole track, and
then got ready to ride. When he got geared up and ready to go he started going towards the
hill and noticed a huge bean stock shooting out of his jump. He went into shock, he=d
never seen such a thing.


Since Bobby is a very curious person he hopped off his bike and called his friend Steven
to tell him. But of course he didn=t believe Bobby. Steven came over anyway expecting to
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