Trick Or Treat Essay

1135 words - 5 pages

Trick Or TreatA blood curdling scream filled the room as a body fell through the doorway. Josh looked up, glad that he had made such an impression on the girls. He began laughing, while the girls looked at him and berated him for playing such an awful joke.Halloween was coming up and all the kids were getting exited, making their costumes. Josh, Corey, and Melvin were all in the 7th grade at St Jeffrey's Primary School. At school they were planning their costumes and what they were going to need for them. Melvin had planned to be a ghost, Corey was going to be a murderer, and Josh was going to be an evil clown or a murder victim!The class settled back down as the teacher entered the room and ...view middle of the document...

"What was that?" said Corey to the other boys. "I don't know, "said Melvin, "But let's go and find out!" Excitedly they ran as fast as they could to down the street and saw, what looked to be a small alien. But it couldn't be, could it?Melvin said, "It's just a person dressed up trick or treating." It was speaking English so the three boys figured it was human. Melvin turned to the alien and asked "Would you like to come trick or treating with us"?The alien made a weird squeaking sound and said, "Yesssssssssssssssss please," in a very raspy voice.So the three boys took the alien with them and began walking down the street stopping at houses for tricks or treats again. The whole time, the alien boy kept making raspy and squeaking noises. Finally Josh screamed to the alien, "HEY! Will you stop making that noise! It's fine if you want to do it while were at someone's door but you don't have to keep it up while we are walking!" After Josh yelled, the alien's eyes flashed red and it shrieked out an even weirder noise, and ran down the street. "Hey, STOP!" yelled Melvin, and they all chased him.About 10 minutes later they arrived at a dead end except for an alley way, which was surrounded by a lot of tall trees. The alley way was very dark and long. None of them knew where the alley way lead to, but they did not want to go though it unless they absolutely had to.All of a sudden Josh screamed out "HELP!!" Melvin and Corey turned around almost instantly, but when they turned around, what they saw was terrifying and unexpected. They saw the alien in the top of the tree; its eyes were glowing red. The faint street light was reflecting a pail light on its teeth, which were covered in blood. There under the alien's mouth, was Josh's head!The alien was holding it in its claw like...

Other Essays On Trick Or Treat

Ten things I hate about you character development - English class - Essay

1817 words - 8 pages stay. The sweet Kat is also found in her romance life with Patrick and also understanding that love is not just about talking to each other all day long or day and night but emotions and time spend together does the trick to hold on to the partner. This is also shown where after Patrick ran away from detention, they went for paintball Arena and that’s when Kat realized companionship is way better. It is evident that although we see how Kat has

Research Engagement for Linguistics - SFU - Assignment

2623 words - 11 pages “a”, similarly like “zig zag”, “flip flop” or “mish mash”, etc. This word might related to a noun “knack” which means somebody is good at doing something. It has many different meanings. In old English, “knack” means a trick in dishonest manner. Through the history, people used “knack” more positively to define a smart method or a clever skill. In Shakespeare time, “knack” indicates a toy or cheap things. Nowadays, “knick-knack

Reaching Self Actualization Through Healthy Relationships - English - Essay

3005 words - 13 pages locking him in there for days at a time, without food or water, and comes home after he has “traded fish and game for whiskey” (Twain 29). He also beats Huck as soon as he gets home routinely, creating a horrible environment for Huck to grow up in. Pap not being in a good mood “[is] his natural self” (Twain 30). Knowing that Huck has grown with Pap since he was born puts a new perspective on the way that we see Huck’s thought process. Several times

This Is A Screenplay That My Friend Gave Me. Love It!!

7950 words - 32 pages tell you to stop, tell them that you're trying to find out what they ate for dinner last night 53. Do your American Idol audition in front of the security cameras 54. Get a marker & go over all the barcodes with a line then go purchase your items... the person who is serving you will have to enter all the barcodes in by hand 55. Go up to some of the customers while your carrying a paper bag and say "trick or treat!" and if they

Polymer Mechanichemistry

265 words - 2 pages plain, it was understood that using mechanical force on the bonds, it breaks the polymer chain, generating a spontaneous response. Other results as followed when changing the physical force are the change of color (stretching) and the effect of the polymer glowing. Curious and eager to find out more about the behavior of the polymers, another experiment was conducted with elastomers, a synthetic or natural polymer having elastic properties, such as

the changing

288 words - 2 pages One hand Reaches out And pulls a lost soul from harm While a thousand more go unspoken for They say what good have you done By saving just this one It's like whispering a prayer In the fury of a storm And I hear them saying you'll never change things And no matter what you do it's still the same thing But it's not the world that I am changing I do this so this world will know That it will not change me This heart Still believes The love and mercy

The Importance Of The Act Of Reading” By Paulo Freire Essay

1423 words - 6 pages school that a teacher showed him that reading words, phrases or sentences never entailed a break with reading the world, but as to reading the word meant reading the word's-world. Freire compares the ways in which experience itself is read through communication of the self and the world. From reading Paulo Freire's "The Importance of the Act of Reading," and E.D. Hirsh's "Cultural Literacy," I support that rather than just reading the text, letters

American Dream

765 words - 4 pages The American Dream is the quintessence of a comfortable victorious life, which often includes material prosperity, a house, an improved life for one's kids, and sometimes; it means achieving any goals one may have regardless of what class he or she comes from (O'Connor, Sabato and, Yanus 19). In recent years, it has become more difficult to achieve the American Dream; this is mainly due various issues involving the relationship between the

adadwq sdadasd

504 words - 3 pages Dengan Smarty Ring, Anda bisa membaca notifikasi di handphone Anda melalui jariKetika semua orang membicarakan kecanggihan Google Glass atau smartwatch, tak banyak orang yang berpikir bahwa sesuatu yang ukurannya lebih kecil dari itu juga bisa berguna. Ide itulah yang diusung Smarty Ring, yang memperlihatkan semua notifikasi handphone Anda sehingga Anda tidak harus mengangkat handphone Anda untuk mengetahui apa yang terjadi. Smarty Ring, yang


519 words - 3 pages Related text: American History X Comment by George Moulos: You can't analyze a film the same as a book.If you re doing film you have to do film techniques, not literary techniques.-Derek Vinyard after going to prison and learning that his prejudice stemmed from ignorance he teaches his brothers Danny vineyard that his fascism and racism was wrong and ignorant.Movie Summary:Derek Vineyard begins in the movie as a troubled young man who due to his

Miniscribe Corporation

1685 words - 7 pages EXECUTIVE SUMMARYTerry Johnson, a native of Longmont, Colorado established the MiniScribe Corporation, a disk drive manufacturing company that would grow to be one of the largest producers and distributors of disk drives for personal computers in America.This report focuses on relevant facts and figures in the evaluation of MiniScribe's liquidity, profitability, and overall stability aiming to determine whether or not maintaining its stocks on

Similar Papers

Is The Character Of Malvolio From Shakepreares Twelfth Night 'notoriously Abused'? This Was My Courswork For As Level English Literature And I Achieved 81 Out Of 90 Which Is An A

2518 words - 11 pages scene also carries a moral message that the way you treat other people will eventually return to you. This would please the audience and allow them to enjoy and revel in the trickery on Malvolio. Malvolio is, however, is only enjoying a fantasy, which, however farfetched and delusional, is harmless. Malvolio's actions in this scene will have further outraged the member's of Olivia's household, which may have encouraged them to take their trick too

The Most Boring Thing Ever Written Psychology Essay

2381 words - 10 pages are children, who go from door to door in different neighborhoods to request candy from the people living there. They usually say “trick or treat” then receive a treat. Very rarely does the person in the house respond with a trick. Halloween has some sort of demonic origin that I am not quite sure about, but the name derives from “All Hallow’s Eve.” I will not say much about Independence Day, but it is the day Americans celebrate the anniversary

How Eating Disorders Can Effect Your Body Psychology Eating Disorders

1160 words - 5 pages without the person taking therapy also. Medication can’t treat an eating disorders all by its self. Eating disorders can cause many severe problems in life. there are a variety of factors that are thought to influence the development of an eating disorder. It can be biological, psychological, and/or social and cultural.

Case Conceptualization Of Batman Theories Of Psychology Assignment

1601 words - 7 pages crime fighting and in his personal life as Bruce Wayne which he spends every day fighting not to give in to. In addition, he spends most of his time trying to get Batman to break his one rule, do not kill. The general anxiety that Batman has is caused at least in part by this. He worries constantly about one day being forced to kill or even killing accidentally when he is out fighting crime. The villain Two-Face represents the dual identity seen