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1: It's the fourth of July, and a big group of friends had been planning to set off fireworks for weeks now. They have a pond they have in mind that is always empty, and in an area that nobody ever goes to. There has been two hundred dollars spent on all sorts of fireworks and everyone is excited beyond belief. During the day, the group is hanging out, making sure everything is ready, and anxiously waiting for the sun to disappear. Nearly every word is about tonight and not a single person could wait.
2: After hours that seemed like a lifetime of waiting. The sun was finally down and the setting off of fireworks could begin. The group makes their way down to the pond and begin choosing and arguing about who would set off what first. Through all this commotion and distraction, one friend, Kevin, was the first to notice that they had forgotten one important thing, a lighter. Being the one who had caught on to this, he agreed to go get it as long as he could light off the first one.
3: With so much excitement and fun, some people had become careless. Paul, unfortunately, became the first one to aim a bottle rocket wrong and ended up setting off a small fire close to the pond. The surprise of what had happened caused him to flinch, but Paul quickly ran to the fire and started stomping it out. The flames stopped easily, but surely after this had happen, more and more little harmless fires started being ironically started.
4: Forty-five minutes went past with little trouble and the night was as good or better than everyone had expected. There had been no serious issues until Sydney noticed a light from the other side of the pond shine around. After realizing it was a cop, she tried to alert everyone as quietly as possible to get back to the cars as fast as they could. Everybody tried to run quietly together but that was unsuccessful as it just turned into everybody for themselves.
5: When everybody had gotten to the two cars, there was a lot of panting and complaining. A tiring run like that led to an abundance of whining and desires to just go home. The hype of the night was over, but as Kevin tried to open up his driver's side door he found it to be locked and his keys not in his pocket as he had remembered. Ashamed, he announced that he had lost them and nobody had any idea on how to get home or what to do besides going to find them.
6: With phone lights and a group of eleven, the search for the keys was on. There was an idea of where they would be, but nobody was sure and not a single person would want to run into the cop that had disappeared and could be anywhere. It didn't take too long to find the keys, but when Brookley's excitement that caused a little yelp was heard, multiple sighs of relief followed.
7: The night went unexpectedly long and ended up being great at first but stressful and tiring by the end. To add to all this, Brad was the unlucky person to have to tell everybody that he had left three people's phones that he was holding on to. Though this wasn't much of a delay and he knew where they were, it was just another thing that added on.
8: It only took Brad less than ten minutes to find the keys, and when he finally returned with them everybody was just expecting another complication. Luckily, there wasn't one. Everybody piled into the cars and then finally went home after what had seem like a lifetime due to delay after delay after delay.
9: The moral of the story was to plan ahead and be responsible about what you do. If these friends had planned ahead and thought about things that could've gone wrong, they could have prevented them. They weren't responsible enough to remember the keys or the phones when they had gotten lost.