BC: The End
FC: If You Babysit An Ogre...
1: By: Elizabeth Ross Geotrig-Period 3 December 10,2010
2: If you babysit an ogre, then your going to have a big mess. | In epilogue.
3: If you have a big mess, then the baby ogre will not be clean.
5: When your baby ogre wont help cleanup, then he is going to be in trouble.
7: If you put him in timeout, then he will cry. | In epilogue.
9: Once he is crying, then you have to get him to calm down.
10: When he calms down, then you can play a game.
11: When you play the game, then he will be happy.
12: Once he is happy, then you can clean up the mess.
13: Once the mess is cleaned up, then you can try to get the baby to relax before bed.
14: When you calms him down, then you can watch a movie with him.
15: When you put the movie in,then you can have some down time.
16: Once you have down time, then you can try to get him to bed.
17: Once he goes bed, then he wont be cranky.
18: Once he is asleep, then you can wait for his parents to get home.
19: Once they get home, then you can go home and relax.
20: The theorem that my syllogism proves is that when you babysit an ogre you are in for a long night.
22: Converse: If have a big mess, then your babysitting an ogre. Inverse: If you do not babysit an ogre, then you do not have a big mess. Contrapositive: If you do not have a big mess, then your not babysitting an ogre. | Epilogue | If you babysit an ogre, then you are going to have a big mess.
23: Converse: If he will cry, then he will be put in timeout. Inverse: If you do not put him in timeout, then he will not cry. Contrapositive: If he does not cry, then he will not be put in timeout. | If you put him in timeout, then he will cry.