BC: Thats all folks. By:Sean Cogan 3rd
FC: JOSHUA JOKER 3RD BY: SEAN COGAN
1: Joshua Joker was indeed a joker. He loved to play and have fun. He was the class clown and rarely was serious. Josh was considered the king of pranks for the entire 2nd grade! Everyone laughed at his jokes, even the teachers, and more importantly Sally-Sue.
2: Joshua didnt pay attention in school. All day long he daydreams about pranks, and Sally-Sue. She was the prettiest girl in class, but that dumb, meanie-head, pretty boy, James White is always giving her cookies before nap time! How much i want to break his cookie!
3: One afternoon before nap time, Joshua walked on over, strutting his stuff, and took James' animal crackers! He stepped on them for a good 2 minutes. Joshua was immediately sent to time out, where he smiled for an entire 30 minutes. At the end of nap time, Sally-Sue came up to Joshua and gave him a smile and a kiss on the cheek!
4: His heart leapt out of his chest! Sally-Sue then said, "Thank you" and she grabbed a cookie and then went to play patty cake with James! Joshua threw a temper tantrum and crossed his arms and sat down in his chair. He thought long and hard like he hasn't before.
5: Joshua didnt know what to do, he had to win Sally-Sue's heart! He grabbed the 24-crayon box from the drawer and some construction paper, and began to draw a prank that would make Sally-Sue his! He began to draw then remembered he missed nap time and dozed off.
6: He awoke later and couldn't remember if he had finished his evil plan. He looked down and saw it there half drooled on. He could still see the crayon outline of his plan. He would begin operation: Milk and Cookies now!!!!
7: Joshua waited until recess before he start his prank. The bell rang, and Joshua stayed inside, forfeitting his chance to be king in four-square. Anyway, he took some glue and some popsicle sticks out of the cabinet. Then, he filled up a cup with water!
8: Everything was going according to plan! He spread the glue with the sticks all over blue construction paper. Then he put the blue construction paper (color of the seats) on James' seat. Then he got a stool and placed a water balloon in the cabinet above the sink.
9: It was right next to the cactus that hadn't seen light in days. The plan had been set and just as the bell rang. Sally-Sue and James came in together skipping, and then decided to switch seats on Joshua! Joshua's heart stopped! Sally-Sue was about to sit down! NOO!
10: Joshua quicky ran over and sat down in the seat. She looked at him and saw the glue on his pants and said "My mommy said glue can stain," and so she walked over to the sink and was reaching for the cabinet! THE CABINET! Joshua ran over as she opened the cabinet, and pushed her out of the way getting hit by the balloon in the face! He tried not to cry as he ran to the bathroom!
11: Joshua sat in the bathroom with his head down in his lap. Soon he heard a knock on the door and a sweet, soft coming threw the door, "Joshy are you okay, thanks for saving me from the balloon." Joshua's head lifted immediately and he opened the door and Sally-Sue kissed him on the cheek!! His heart skipped a beat. Joshua said, "Why do you always play with James?" Sally-Sue simply replied, "Cuz, he has better cookies." Then Joshua fainted!
12: Foreshadowing: In my story there has been a numerous amount of events that give away the story's ending. Its a series of connected actions that foreshadow the story's end. Joshua pranked everyone and usually got his way. It foreshadowed his prank in the end not going the way it was intended. Irony: My story uses irony to show the fact that Joshua was the king of Pranks and was never pranked himself. He consistanly enraged his prankee's. In the end irony truely showed, bringing Joshua's pranks to an abrupt end by one of his own pranks. Joshua's social death was by his own hand.
13: CURSORY: this term applies to the story because of the connsistancy of Joshua's thoughts going bad. He never thinks things through. Only seeing the positive outcomes and not the negative ones. That is cursory applies to my story